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PostPosted: 02 Jul 2002 02:20    Post subject: Video Editing Question without DR? Reply with quote

Hi,
I was wondering if someone could help me out, I was wondering if there is any I can
edit video on my computer without a Digital Recorder, heres is my objectives and what i
have:
I have an old panasonic recorder (liquid crystal video recorder, Hi-Fi Monaural, model
VL-335)and want to take my recorded video from that and put it on my computer and edit
that video on my computer so i make a mix tape, I have been told i have to havwe a Digital
Recorder but is there any other way I could do it without a Digital Recorder is so reply
back or email me: Angels02@fastmail.fm

-Thanks

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Pete Sparks






PostPosted: 17 Aug 2002 19:54    Post subject: Re: Video Editing Question without DR? Reply with quote

You can always get someone like DVD Infinity (Australia) or YesVideo(USA) to transfer the
video to DVD and then edit.

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John Strickland






PostPosted: 18 Jul 2003 09:54    Post subject: Re: Video Editing Question without DR? Reply with quote

I used YesVideo in the USA. They claim to have this great technology that makes your video
more watchable. I put a video in at one of their shops. I thought this is great -
automated technology that creates a great DVD.

I was really let down for a number of reasons.

Firstly, I found that the video was sent via post from the store. My precious tape was
sent through the ordinary mail - what if it had been lost. Probably not that important
with this tape as I had the original on my computer.

Then it came back. The index pictures were all in the middle of special effects that I
edited into my video. They looked terrible.

Next, I couldn't find a player that would play the DVD. I tried 6 players. I rang YesVideo
(the shop couldn't help) and they said that it would work in a Pioneer. great it works in
one player I thought. At last I found a Pioneer DVD player that it worked on. I tried a
computer and it didn't work. When I got through to the customer service area, I was told
that I needed to setup stuff, which I did. It still didn't work. YesVideo response was
"Tuff".

When I did actually play it, it didn't look as good as when I played it on my computer or
through my digital video camera. The scene selections were all over the place. Nothing at
logical points which is what I understood they claimed.

If anyone knows anyone who does a professional job. please let me know.

I feel very deceived by their slick marketing.

John Strickland (LLB)


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