If you cannot find the i. Link conversion, don't worry about it. Greetings, I saw your replies and it seems like you know a lot about connecting firewires on an IMAC.
Like I said both are DV. The hub is connected to my IMAC. However, for some some reason it is only recognizing one of the DV cameras and not the other. Can you assist me? I'm not too sure why the IMAC isnt recognizing the other camera.
I can get the videos to sit on my computer, but cannot get them to play. I have tried using video converters but the quality is greatly reduced. Is there anyway to fix this.. I have a macbook from , and the camera is brand new. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. You will need to add some software to your Mac. WHich converters have you used and what file type did you same to The giveaway is smaller file size of the converted file.
Video compression discards video data and reduces video quality. As a point of reference, low-compression DV format files are imported to the computer and 60 minutes of this video on the computer hard drive is around gig. You're right, they don't! My recent experience with Sony video was a wake up call at how screwed up read 'uncaring' the computer programer guys are. I recently bought and took to Europe, a middle to high-end Sony digital drive camcorder, where I recorded 4 hours of irreplaceable shots. Imagine my dismay when I loaded them into my MAC; all without audio.
The geniuses were at first stumped, and I later spent 2 hours on the Sony customer service line with 2 very helpful techs. They remotely took over my computer, and at last, they surmised that there was something amiss with Apple; it didn't seem to want to communicate with the Sony. Another trip to the Apple store where I found a genius who knew a lot about iMovie.
To the shame of both, or either, programmer, the consumer camcorder that Sony made and sold to the public knowing the vids would have to be loaded eventually into a PC or Mac was platformed at. I am now faced with 40 hours of converting each shot individually I have over Where is the corporate flaw here where your off-the-shelf camera and your expensive 'magic Mac' can't be simply plugged in together and it downloads immediately; ready for edit. It would appear neither programmer was interested in a compatible compromise.
Sd news; Marc It seems we have to pin the Best Buy clerk to the counter and grill them if the Sony will record in m4v; or at least will this work with a MAC.
I think I was assured "yeah, it'll work with any computer". I get the same conversion job on PCs running Windows too. And it does work with any computer.
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But I find many are not ready for the work. Just so you know. Thanks for the reply. Why should either of us have to do a conversion? My still camera plugs in and immediately goes to the iphoto and bang, they're there. That's a great question worthy of a Cnet Forum poll question. I'll send that up to see if it will be put up for everyone to comment on. Just remembered an experience I had with a Sony Hard Drive. Mrmac, Interesting, all my stills went out from the camera first thing and were deleted, then I turned to addressing the videos.
Who knows what's going on in any hard drive; possibly one or two stills may have remained, but out here in the real world I had deleted them all. I am absolutely paranoid about anything on the hard drive that's not necessary. Your explanation brings up another programming foilble; why would a still picture screw up a whole load of 4 hours of raw video. Sounds like a design flaw to me.
Quite a convoluted way to get these machines to talk nicely. I've been waiting 8 months to even begin to edit. Your last sentence ran counter to my and the techies' experience. Otherwise why am I having to convert video shots to. I appreciate everyone' attempt to explain this phenomanon but It appears that these two devices have separate dedicated platforms that are not design to be compatible.
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It's too bad that dvd camcorders don't have firewire. I meant from memory and I meant iMovie. Thank you so much, the hand brake works really well, but I am unsure of how to use the others..? Kundenzufriedenheit ist das oberste Ziel von mSpy. In dem Moment, wo ich mSpy probiert hatte, wurde das Programm für mich als Elternteil zu einem unverzichtbaren Helfer im Alltag. Gut finde ich auch, dass ich genau einstellen kann, welche Kontakte, Websites und Apps okay sind, und welche nicht.
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