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Analog Digital Converter


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#1 tonynoob

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Posted 28 December 2007 - 05:24 PM

Hi;

I am a real boob when it comes to hardware. I use adobe premier to edit video. recently purchased a sony video camera that is analog. $$$$$$$

I know I need a converter. Will not be doing any thing but editing video from the camera no old video or such junk. Landed a contract from a dragstrip web site.

Will some point me in the right direction? Someone recommend Canopus.

thanks
tony

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#2 hamluis

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Posted 28 December 2007 - 05:45 PM

Well...I would recommend Canopus but I wouldn't buy it :thumbsup:.

I would not have enough usage out of it to make it worthwhile, but you may.

I've never used a converter device from a 3d party, it's alway too convenient to just run it through a VCR and capture card, considering subject matter and quality I desired.

Don't know if you are familiar with this, but you may want to visit http://www.videoguys.com/ and let them help you do some research.

Louis




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