Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
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I asked the HDTV to DVD question Sorensen itself; So I understand as soon HDTV content is brought to your HD, say by using the fire-wire port of a DVHS player, it can be compressed to the Sorensen format and be played back by a Sorensen sofware player, even if the contend is put on a DVD medium.
Is there anybody who has done this or willing to do?
perhaps Mpeg4 will work too.
I can not do the experiment by having no HDTV footage until yet here in Europe (I consider to buy a DVHS recorder and purchase some movies on DVHS tape in the US), but it is expensive for I look mostly one time one movie.
From: Bote Klop [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 10:09 AM
To: Ansje Blanchard
Subject: SHDTV on regular DVD by Sorensen?
You are Dutch too? I have the next question,
If you have a HDTV recording on harddisk or from broadcast/cable/satelite, besides any copy protection and legal stuf, could it be converted ordirectly be put on a DVD-rom or ram by a regular DVD recorder on computer,
and indeed be read by a Sorensen-3.1/Sqeeze software-player I suppose?
So no blue laser or D-vhs medium needed?
And Mpeg 4 can it be used in case a regular chip has a regular (Mpeg-2)
Please let me know
Thank you for your question and interest in Sorenson Video. As long
as you can put the Disk content on your hard drive you can compress the
content with Sorenson Video 3 Pro. Yes you can put a regular DVD onto your
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