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Thanks FX1shooter! I will try that out this week. Question: why does it work fine at my set up at home (the ONLY thing different is that I have a way smaller sound board). could it be that i need a DI box or isolator going from the board to the camera? or just the camera to the tv…
a di box to send the camcorder feed to a tv?
yes, i used the same cords. the only time there is a hum is when the cable is connected to the tv.
could the tv be sending a signal back through the cables? like maybe its a cheap tv?
so i tried to recreate the setup at home, and there is no humm. The hum only comes around when the camcorder is connected to the tv at church. Could the tv be the problem? unfortunately i only have access to the church set up on Sunday mornings.November 9, 2010 at 11:47 PM in reply to: Canon HF200:Most user friendly PC software to edit movies and burn/write DVD? #190144
i had the same problem, vista, hf200, etc. I downloaded the new windows live movie maker, which a lot of people say can edit AVCHD. Well, it didnt for me. I had to download the K-LITE-CODEC-Pack and install it. Now I can edit with Windows live movie maker.