If I really mess this up I'm sorry but it the big 39 for me today since this is true I felt you annt drink sll day if you don't start in the morning. No I will not be driving or running the chainsaw
Ok here goes. A dvd
holds 4.7 gigabyts a cd
holds 650 megabyts or about 8 times the information
so eaven though you can get around the copy R a cd will only hold 15-30 minuts of video.
Do you need a video card
mabe depends on your camcorder. and computer. Any digital video camra should output strait to your computer.
1/ your computer needs a USB or Firewire port (inhole)
2/ your camcorder puts out either a USB or Firewire signal
3/ most newer computers have USB ports Firewire is usually an option or you can have it installed. It also is on some sound cards like the soundblaster audigy
4/ I don't know yet but a USB may not be able to to make really clear video I can be a perfectionist on things like that. It works but
5/ Your dvd recorded on the computer may not play in you home dvd player (read ticked off). It may be software as Rudi said (the recording program does'nt like your player). It may be it dosen't like your dvd disks. When I looking for why mine did'nt play it said to use a good quality disk if that did'nt work use a cheep one that might work
I am using a 8mm sony digital camra DCV-TRV460 it was about $400 I got it because it would read my old analog tapes and put out digital to the computer. It also says that I am sopposed to be able to play my vcr into it and have it convert it to digital and run it strait to my computer but I haven't tried it.
I'm a union hevy equ. operator not a computer guy and this is the best I can do. My way of saving money is to look at somthing look agin find out all I can about it then buy the best I can so I don't have to spend money agin becuse what I got wasn't good enough or didn't work
My uncle allways figured out how much he payed per pound for somthing. I feel that is wrong. I figure out how long I had to work to pay for somthing then decide if it is worth It
Rudi Photo shop 6 is an image prossing program. Adobie premier is their video program it's about $600 they also have a adobie primer elements for about a $100 which I plan on trying when I find out if it will input USB or my camra will output Firewire I will let you know what I find out regardless