Question about Panasonic SDR-H80 (60 GB) Hard Drive Camcorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Successfully got the VideoCam Suite running on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. Step by step instructions follow.
Insert the program CDROM.
Don't use autorun - Cancel autorun popup.
Right click on CDROM drive in "My Computer" and select 'Open'.
Right click on Setup application & choose 'Troubleshoot Compatibility'.
Select 'Troubleshoot program'.
Select "The program worked in earlier versions of Windows but won't install or run now' & click the "Next" button.
Select 'Windows Vista (Service Pack 2)' & click the "Next" button.
Click on "Start the program..." button.
Installation will start.
VideoCam Suite will probably be flashing on the taskbar so select it.
The window will show: 'This application does not support this 64-bit operating system. Are you sure you want to install?'
!!! Click the "Yes" button !!!
Proceed with program installation.
When installation finished cancel out of the 'Program Compatibility' window.
Panasonic VideoCam Suite 2.0 works just fine on my laptop.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
SOURCE: i am a mac user
You can't use their software on a Mac. Too bad, but alas.
I borrowed a Panasonic SDR-H40 to make a video reportage about my best friend's wedding, so I really had to find a way to make it work.
This is what I did to work around it. There is actually a topic about this problem in the apple support site here - the solution they offer comes down to:
You will need to convert that format into a DV format that imovie can use.
MPEG Streamclip (http://www.alfanet.it/squared5/mpegstreamclip.html) is free and Apple's QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component http://www.apple.com/quicktime/mpeg2/
is about $20.00. They are the tools that you need to download to convert these files.
Once you have done that, export to DV Stream (.dv) and import it into iMovie.
I think that, if you look a bit further, there will surely be free alternatives; for instance, you could give 'ffmpeg' a try. I have never been very lucky with that tool. This MPEG Streamclip, however, works very well.
A hint: I noticed that the video that I import from the camera looks jagged around the edges, especially when the image is moving fast. You can eliminate this by checking the "Deinterlace Video" option in the DV export dialogue. I also checked the "Split DV stream in segments", because I will be using it with iMovieHD v.6
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
NO, you need to re-master the Video, and then save as say in an MPEG4 format, then using a Movie making software, edit the "Movie" and "Add" the sound tracks etc. You could either save it to a Memory stick, or stream it to the PC, via, link, and save it. Then do as related above.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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