Posted: Tue, 7th Dec 2010, 3:42am
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Hey my camera has great quality. but i dont know how to get it into Vision Lab with out distorting the picture... i want to buy a file transfer that i can plug my camera into and transfer the file it to my computer into the correct format and do it that way.. its just i dont know what those are called or where to find one.. haha help?
Posted: Tue, 7th Dec 2010, 4:13am
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Normally the way to transfer a file from an HV40 to a computer would be HDMI cable (if I'm not mistaken). For that you would need an HDMI port on your computer and a HDMI cable. Plug them in, turn your camera onto playback mode and open your NLE. From there you would "capture" your footage to your computer, use your NLE to convert it to a AVI or MOV file and put into vision lab. Did I misunderstand something?
Hopefully Axeman will be able to clear this up if I am no use.
Have a wonderful day/night!
Posted: Wed, 8th Dec 2010, 10:45pm
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Haha sry but whats NLE?
Posted: Wed, 8th Dec 2010, 11:57pm
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Non-Linear Editor basically refers to any software for editing video.
Speaking of which, what editor do you use? It likely has a capture function built in, which would allow you to transcode the footage to a decent codec while copying it to your harddrive.
Posted: Thu, 9th Dec 2010, 7:52pm
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i use Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0
Posted: Wed, 22nd Dec 2010, 8:12pm
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can someone help me?
Posted: Wed, 22nd Dec 2010, 8:28pm
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Hey man, sorry you sort of slipped through the cracks there.
So is Premiere Elements what you use to capture the footage to your computer? Or which software do you use? If I understand correctly, you want to transcode the footage, while copying it to your harddrive, to a good editing format that is already compatible with VisionLab, right? If so, this is absolutely the best way to handle this. While the HV40 produces beautiful footage, it won't stay that way if you don't convert it to a better codec before you get into editing.
Relatedly, how does the footage distort, exactly, when you import it to VisionLab?