Question about JVC Video Cameras
Hope that you can assist me on what im encountering,
I had used a JVC camcoder model GR-D200AS for
some video capturing and used the provided software
to download the video chip to the PC.
I had burned a DVD using Ulead DVD movie factory 2 software,
using window vista and the result of the video chip is blur, kind
of having **** motion and the video chip frame is small.
It's i got to do some setting at the beginning when im downloading
the raw video chip?
In the settings for video type check what you have picked cause well if its mpeg1 it will be pretty poor and big where as you can prob set it to divx or xvid and select a higher compression rate, all really depends on the qaulity of the video you first captured before shoving it into ulead
you could try adobe premier elements, just a trial to see if it helps then you will know if its ulead.
or when captureing it from your cam check and make sure its set to mpeg2 (dvd format) capture means that there will be vvery little conversion to do to dvd.
anyway hope any of this helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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