When i record video the sound is behind. say i record some soccer game. they kick the ball, and like a second later you hear the sound of the ball being kicked(on my camera that is). what can i do to fix this problem?
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Soccer balls are also
referred to as a #5 ball. The ball
itself must have a circumference between 27 and 28 inches. When filled with air, it should weigh between
14 and 16 ounces. They are made of
leather or a like material.
I was ion touch with the Sony tech dept. If you get a C13 error it's because of dust on the lense. I didn't have any compressed air in a can so I used a soccer ball hand pump and pumped a ton of air just inside the door of the unit. 2 seconds later it worked fine. No cleaner needed.
Rugby games are unique in that each one consists of two
forty minute halves to make a total of eighty minutes game time. Like in soccer, some games can go slightly
longer if no one has scored or if there are penalties.
To watch an instructional video on how to pump up a soccer ball follow this linkhttp://youtu.be/SK1PohTCJj8
According to FIFA the pressure inside a soccer ball must be of a pressure equal to 0.6 -- 1.1 atmosphere (600 -- 1,100 g/cm2) at sea level (8.5 lbs/sq in -- 15.6 lbs/sq in) When inflating the ball, use a small pump and pressure gauge. Avoid using high pressure pumps made for cars and motorcycle tires, which can easily over-inflate and damage your ball.
The only trick I know is to pre-focus. The release button has a 2 step process on cameras like yours. Pressing the button halfway sets the focus. Soccer will be tough to do this with since you never know where the action will be. If you know the spot, you can hold the button down half way on that until the action occurs then take the shot. I have used this on baseball, but the batter doesn't move so that makes the technique work
the light under the usb is fine don't worry about that i also have a PS3 but left that and bought a xbox 360 but i cant say it does not break much either but I'm not sure what is wrong with your PS3 try entering it in to google and see if someone else has had the same problem and check that out if not then you may go to a shop and see someone ?
This is a known issue (though Aiptek might deny it) with this model. Check out this forum at Steve's Digicams for posts on the MPVR and the lag: http://forums.steves-digicams.com/forums/view_forum.php?id=92
It can be fixed with video editing software. I use Windows Movie Maker to copy the audio track from the video and paste it back in as a separate audio track. Then I mute the original and cut very little snips off the pasted-in audio track and slide it over until it matches the video.
It's supposed to be possible to fix this problem with software that will reduce the framerate from 30fps to 29.97fps or 25fps (don't remember which), but I haven't had any luck with that method so far.
Your digital camera is not a professional recording device.
A live gig, especially indoors, or if you're close to the stage, means very high decibels, and you need something more serious if you really want to hear it later.
You should get a recording device that can tune to different sensitivities. My old mini disc was great for this before it died.
You also need a decent mic.
Better luck next time! who was performing btw?