Question about Panasonic HDC-DX1 DVD Camcorder
I think that in this case, as your camera doesn't have a firewire connection (as you mentioned), the best solution would be to use it's HDMI connection, in combination with a HDMI capturing device (for example: Blackmagic Design's Intensity/Intensity Pro) and a special video capturing software such as Blackmagic's own software, Adobe Premiere Pro, the freeware VirtualDub (a little complex to use and configure) or any other HD supported video capturing software of your choice.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
Right well, if you have a USB output on your camera, then you can get converters for that firewire, you can get USB 2, to Firewire, as an aside Firewire IS USB, more or less, just differing plugs/sockets. IEEE 1394 standard.
Also if your camera has a Video/Audio out, either HDMI, Component, or Composite, then anyone of these too can be used to get Video/Audio into the PC. With suitable input hardware, which usually is a USB Video Dongle, or TV Tuner card, these take the Output from the camera, into the PC, Then a signal can be streamed to the PC, and digitized for use in Corel.
It also may be possible to use Corel directly, with the USB Dongle(s), as all installing the dongle does, is, it install a Driver, Now, Corel should be able to use that.
Otherwise one would still be able to use it to digitize the incoming signal, and save it as a suitable file, for later use in Corel.
Have a look below at the Firewire to USB dongle.
Have a look here below, for the Video input dongle.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
DVD camcorder is not suppose to hook with PC as movie files can easily be transferred by putting recorded dvd disc from camcorder in dvd rom of computer.
Make sure to finalize dvd after recording in camcorder so computer or other dvd player can read its data.
IEEE1394 cable used with hard drive camcorder or those used Video-8 or MiniDV tapes as data storage medium.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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