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post #1 of 4 Old 11-21-2006, 09:47 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello. I am currently using DVHS Capture to get footage from my HV-10 to my computer. Here are my settings:
Is this what everyone else is using?
Please let me know if you have any tweaks or tricks.
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missed those Dvhs capture settings you referenced?
also, thought this was a 1920x1080i camcorder; seems to capture only at 1440x1080i?
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1440x1080 is the HDV standard. Any other size will be resized to that spec if its stored as HDV.
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I tried to use Ulead to capture from the HV10 and frankly, it sucks. Thats when I grabbed CapDVHS and it works great. I thought some of you would have some tweaks and tricks when using CapDVHS.
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