Question about Cameras
The software iVerio might help you. It transfers and converts automatically all your videos from your HDD camcorder.
Have a look on the site http://www.convertmod.com
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
SOURCE: "No Everio connected to PC"
Under Windows XP, be sure you have upgraded to SP3. Then with the camera connected and Backup selected go into device manager t5hen disk drive. Find the drive, mine had two, uninstall them. Then turn off camera. Restart camera and select backup on the camera screen and let windows reinstall it. Should work fine. It did for me anyway.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
.MOV is a QuickTime file
Tools: You need Rad Video Tools (freeware) to encode mov files made by Quicktime 4.0 / 5.0!
Install Quicktime and Rad Video Tools.
Launch Rad Video Tools
1. Select the Quick Time File you want to encode
2. Click on "Convert a file"
1. Select under "Output type..." the type "Avi-File" and click on browse to select the output dir/file
2. Hit Convert.
1. Now RAD Video Tools aks you for the compression format. I prefer Pic Video MJPEG Codec with quality 20 because it take not much webspace and have good quality, but you can of course use another.
Now you have the AVI File and you can encode it to VCD or SVCD
No audio in the AVI File:
Some Quick Time Movies have audio copy protection. A solution for it to download the application Total Recorder 3.0+. After starting this application you must press the recording button and start your Quick Time Movie. Total Recorder will only record the sound that come from the Quick Time Movie. After recording, you have to save it as wav and multiplex it for example with TMPGEnc.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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