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Premiere Pro vs Vegas Vid for capturing

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Anonymous
June 1, 2004 1:54:17 AM

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Is there a difference in video quality or stability (frame dropping) when
capturing avi, between these two programs?
Anonymous
June 1, 2004 1:54:18 AM

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No. Premier Pro's vid cap seems a little more sophisticated, however, with
Vegas', I can work on other proects, surf the net, etc. Not as easy to do
with Premier's capture. No dropped frames with either, using direct DV
capture or ADVC300.
JTH
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> Is there a difference in video quality or stability (frame dropping) when
> capturing avi, between these two programs?
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Anonymous
June 1, 2004 1:54:19 AM

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On Mon, 31 May 2004 17:06:38 -0600, "MD Vid" <halljt1@qwest.net>
wrote:

>No. Premier Pro's vid cap seems a little more sophisticated, however, with
>Vegas', I can work on other proects, surf the net, etc. Not as easy to do
>with Premier's capture.

Yer dang skippy.

I assume we have in mind the same issue; namely, that if you're
capturing video in Premiere and you click on another window, Premiere
immediately stops the capture. How do I prevent Premiere from doing
this?

My system has an AMD 2800 chip, a gig of ram and a 128 MB radeon 9200
graphics card. I think there's enough horsepower there to handle video
capture and web surfing at the same time.


Clay
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Anonymous
June 3, 2004 1:50:58 AM

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I prefer using a dedicated capture program such as Virtual VCR which is
free - far more flexible, powerful & compatible than premiere or vegas for
capturing (at least with my capture card)
Anonymous
June 3, 2004 1:52:20 AM

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I should mention that Virtual VCR includes dynamic audio resampling which
pretty guarantees audio sync without having to drop frames.
Anonymous
June 4, 2004 1:42:36 AM

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On Wed, 2 Jun 2004 21:52:20 +1000, "Damien Smith" <guest@anon.com>
wrote:

>I should mention that Virtual VCR includes dynamic audio resampling which
>pretty guarantees audio sync without having to drop frames.

Virtual VCR comes from the VirtualDub code, which does the same. It's
only an issue for analog capture, but if you're doing analog capture,
you very likely need software sync (there are a few different ways) to
keep your audio and video locked together.
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Anonymous
June 4, 2004 2:27:48 PM

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None of the Virtual Dub versions support my capture card properly...
!