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Old 2003-11-10, 10:31   Link #1
Wirbelwind
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Question Question about digital camera

I was just wondering are there any software for getting the video recorded, from the cassette(sorry just spell wrongly) out and save as .avi or .mpeg
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Old 2003-11-10, 11:12   Link #2
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You'll perhaps need a video capture card?
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Old 2003-11-10, 11:16   Link #3
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VirtualDub (or one of its descendents) will do you just fine. However, as AST suggested, you will need extra hardware; a video capture card of some sort if you don't already have one.
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Old 2003-11-10, 13:56   Link #4
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If you want good quality, and a high resolution, then I'd recommend a TV capture card with hardware MPEG2 encoder (Like the Hauppauge PVR series). With a hardware MPEG2 encoder, you can encode the incoming video signal to a high quality MPEG2 files, without using much or any CPU power. Then you can convert that file to DivX or XviD with virtualdub. (Those cards cost something like $200)

You could choose software encoding, but then you'll need a big CPU if you want to encode at a high resolution (720 x 500something).
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