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When I convert my old VHS and Video8tapes to digital, they look fine on a regular TV but when viewing
them on my 42 inch HDTV, they don't look very good.
I use a Toshiba DVD/VHS player (modelSD-V296KU) hooked to a Canopus ADVC 300 to convert from analog to
digital. From the ADVC 300, the signal goes to Sony Vegas Proediting software in the PC. After some editing, the result is burnedonto a DVD.
JVC has added a new high definition camera to its recently-announced 2010 Everio line, giving the series three HD models priced under $500. The new Everio GZ-HM340 features 16GB of internal flash memory plus an SD/SDHC card slot.
I am looking to upgrade from a sony pro-sumer mini dv to a professional model Canon BUT as technology seems to be moving away from tape, I was hoping to find a model that would record to hard drive. Canon does not seem to offer the pro models with a hard drive, only mini hd tape. What would be the best route for me to go to get high quality images with ease of inputting for editing?
There are many different codecs/compression formats and options for HD, so I'm hoping you can give me your input on the best/most universally compatible format for distribution of HD clips on data DVD.
I am going to be shipping 20 HD clips (about 15 seconds or so each) to hundreds of people, all on a variety of editing systems. So I need to pick a good intermediary codec that is very compatible with most systems, maintains high quality, and balances a file size that isn't too out of control.
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