Video goes green and extremely jumpy around lighted objects
The other day I was recording a stage production for a local theater group and halfway through Act II my video turned greenish and was extremely jumpy when it came to the anything to do with light (in this case the actors on stage). I turned the camera off and played around with it until it went away. It reoccured the last 30 seconds of the show (which was them singing at the conclusion of the show). When the curtain closed, it continued though not as bad since the theater spotlights were turned off and the regular house lights were brought up.
Can someone please help me figure out what happen (I have 2 more nights to try to record the show)? I think my camera might of overheated, though that is only a theory. It is not the tape since I after I stopped recording the problem was still there.
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Re: Video goes green and extremely jumpy around lighted...
Is the green color apparent in the recording if played back on something other that the camcorder? If it's simply there in viewer (ccd) then you might want to know that Sony is more than aware of ccd problems with that unit and there is an active recall on that cam.
You can call Sony at 1-866-703-7669 and if they determine that the ccd is the problem they will even send you a prepaid shipping lable...
If the color variation is also there in the recording - played back on something other than the camcorder - then the optic sensor, logic board or something else is the culprit.
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I don't think that cord will work. HDMI carries video and audio signals, you might get video but probably no sound. You might as well try anyway though so here goes... The red green and blue plugs are your video and the other red plug and the white plug is for stereo sound. The yellow plug is just a lower quality video plug. So plug in the red blue and green plugs into the component video inputs on the TV then the red and white plugs into the audio inputs. DON'T plug in the yellow plug. If this doesn't work go to your local home theater store and ask for a receiver or switcher that will downscale high def HDMI to component video and stereo audio. You can probably pick up a cheap one for around $100. Good luck!
The software is too heavy for your machine . You can record at a lower quality and the video will run smootherly but the image will be less sharp of course .
The best results are obtained with a stand alone DVD or Blu-Ray recorder , unless one uses an extremely powerfull computer .
The TV is under a LG factory 1 year warranty.
Unless you bought a refurbished unit which has a 30 day warranty.
Contact LG @ 1 800 243-0000 for warranty repairs.
Be sure to have the...
Date of purchase
And Product code.
The information is on the back of the TV or on a small white tag
on the side of the TV.
"stage lights" may still not be enough- there should be alow light indicator in the viewfinder (amoung the many things being displayed)- Also, the camera manual should tell you the minimum illumination that the camera will record in (usually listed as LUX or Footcandles, or sometimes in EV), but unfortunately you would want an old fashion light meter to check the light level of the stage ahead of time