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  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    You've lost me. What is h.264? I tried downloading an activation key (not sure what it was for) but it showed an error and didn't seem to accept it. Hey ho.
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 28, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    I'm afraid 7 years is brand new on my time scale! Ha ha. Yes, the camcorders are new, Sony HDR-PJ240.&nbsp; &nbsp;Now I've started considering moving up to Windows 7 (from Vista Home). Darn it! &nbsp;Thanks for all the advice x&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 28, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    Oh dear. Just when you have everything working fine with no problems technology changes and everything has to be replaced. I like SP12 and don't want all the bells and whistles, but there you go. I'm not sure what a mts file is. Would that be what is captured from a Micro SD SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 High Speed memory card (which the Sony camcorder ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 28, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    I have downloaded the file as 'Sample.mts' but my Studio Plus 12 cannot open it. It says ''the filetype 'mts' is not supported.''&nbsp; Does this mean I need a newer version of Studio Plus?&nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 28, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    My computer is:&nbsp; 160 Gb SATA hard drive (7200rpm)&nbsp; Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2220 NVIDIA GeForce 7050 graphics Not sure if that's what you want. The new camcorders they are getting are Sony. Hope I don't need a new computer just for that, as that will mean a new scanner too. Unfair.
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 27, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    From my Studio Plus 12 book: ''Studio can capture digital and analog video from the following sources, depending on your hardware. * Digital: a DV or Digital8 camcorder connected to an IEEE-1394 (FireWire) port. Capturing from HDV sources is additionally supported in Studio Plus. * Analog: ....... (not relevant)
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 27, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    The computer is getting on, Windows Vista Home Basic, 160Gb hard drive and 2Gb memory. I've never had trouble downloading from the digital tapes and editing in Studio Plus 12, but both my daughters are getting new camcorders and I'm the person who edits them, so I've now got to embrace the new technology.&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 27, 2015
  • Re: Capturing from New Camcorder

    You're saying if I copy from the card direct to the computer I can then edit in Studio? I've always used firewire and copied from a tape in the camcorder so this is new. I haven't got a card reader, but if I get one it will connect to computer by USB. My Studio software says that to get HD video I have to use firewire, so will the quality be okay ...
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 27, 2015
  • Capturing from New Camcorder

    I'd like to buy a new Sony camcorder but they do not have a firewire 1394 port which is what my Studio Plus Version 12 needs to capture video. They use a Micro SD memory card and have a HDMI terminal. How do I capture from these new camcorders?&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Capture (Forum) by Muggins on February 27, 2015
  • Re: Old hardware with new software

    My Studio 12 has arrived and I've installed it. Hooray! Everything is working okay and I'm pleased to say it has virtually everything my previous version had and more, so I'm very pleased. Although it's only the basic version it has something called Montage and an icon 'edit the video overlay using picture-in-picture or chroma ...
    Posted to Studio - Installation & Setup (Forum) by Muggins on March 26, 2009
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