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Video capture - analog vs. dv - any quality issues

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Anonymous
December 22, 2004 10:39:03 AM

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I have an analog video camera and my computer has a firewire port. Trying to
decide if I should buy an analog capture card, or a digital video camera. Is
there any quality difference between nalog capture and dv?
Anonymous
December 22, 2004 4:22:09 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

"wondering_newb" wrote:
> I have an analog video camera and my computer has a firewire
> port. Trying to
> decide if I should buy an analog capture card, or a digital
> video camera. Is
> there any quality difference between nalog capture and dv?

You can by a good qulity pci video capture card for $50 or less or a
usb type for around $80. They will do a good job of capturing analog
video. If you don’t have any video editing software Pinnicile offers
a software and capture card combo. The MS movie maker2 that comes
with XP is OK, nice place to start. Digitialvideo careras are nice,
great video quality, most will convert analog video to digitial so it
can be captured by a firewire (IEEE1394) port. The one thing that
the camera will to that the cards won’t is convert digitial video back
to analog so it can be recorded on a vcr. John

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