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  • Re: Video/Audio Sync problem and Noise in Audio recording

    I agree with the above suggestion.. try a flash drive and see if you still have the problem..&nbsp;A 4GB ($10-$15 on sale) should easily hold several hours of video even at ''best'' settings I've used an external hard drive, actually 2 different ones without problems... but the drives themselves were almost empty (if we assume the issue might be ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on December 2, 2009
  • Re: PVT - Timer option?

    There is no timer option, nor any way to&nbsp;control it via PC. The extra usb port (squarish one) was I think intended for such but nothing ever came of it &nbsp;there are posts describing how a school (university I believe) used wiring to break out the bottons for external control. In theory you could interface that to some electronics..&nbsp; ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on November 28, 2009
  • Re: Getting higher quality video transfer - best.txt

    Yes, use the bext.txt file and select best via the button (3 leds lit)&nbsp; it produces 720x480 at the highest bitrate.. There hasn't been a firmware update in a long time, people were hoping there would be one that allowed you to specify in the best.txt file other parameters, but I don't think that will happen. I suspect the PVT is at the end ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on October 28, 2009
  • Re: Operating Pinnacle Video Transfer off battery

    See this thread http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/thread/304771.aspx There is discussion there about how to run it off a battery (the person who originally posted&nbsp;does that). Basically the power required is 5vdc at at least 1amp (the wall plug is rated at 1.5a).&nbsp; There are several ways you could do this.. from a home-made ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on October 18, 2009
  • Re: Video Quality Issues with PVT (PLEASE HELP!)

    It's also possible that the output from you game box is 'overdriving' the PVT or otherwise giving it a sloppy signal The fact that all other sources record file suggests that it's something related to the output . I think you're recording the actual video signal and it's that that is messed up.. sort of like recording a tape playing back with bad ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 10, 2009
  • Re: Can't play pinnacle videos on my mp3 players

    You need to install the MP4 codec..&nbsp;&nbsp; try playing the original mp4 file on the PC using windows media player... if it plays you should have the codec.. otherwise you'll need to find one.. there are several&nbsp;you could&nbsp;install.. I honestly don't remember which I installed.. perhaps one labelled mp4 codcec for windows media ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 10, 2009
  • Re: Video Quality Issues with PVT (PLEASE HELP!)

    I haven't seen any real issues with quality versus speed, but you might want to try an external hard drive instead of the flash drive. Also try another video source to see what happens (dvd player for example). If you have zero interlace it might be the source. Would running it thru a de-interlace filter (i.e. virtualdubs deinterlace video ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 9, 2009
  • Re: Can't play pinnacle videos on my mp3 players

    Rudy:&nbsp; If I'm not mistaken the PVT uses H.264 (as it states on the box)&nbsp;which is considered fairly state-of-the-art, but I don't want to start a 'which video codec is best' argument.. To my eye the video/audio capture is quite good..particularly at the larger size See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H.264/MPEG-4_AVC
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 2, 2009
  • Re: Can't play pinnacle videos on my mp3 players

    I have done exactly what I said: captured an mp4 video using the PVT.. then run it thru SMC (which works for the Sansa View too) and onto the player. I also used video4fuse (free too) and it worked. For the iNsignia Pilot they reference Arcsoft Media Converter which the manual states is on the CD&nbsp;that came with&nbsp;with the player Few ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 2, 2009
  • Re: Can't play pinnacle videos on my mp3 players

    I have a sansa Fuze.. all videos need to be run thru their Sansa media Converter (or video4fuze) to be playable on the fuze.. I suspect the same is true for your player.. many mp3 players that play 'video' have specific requirements (they only support a very specific subset of the hundreds of formats) and most have a program to convert the video ...
    Posted to Pinnacle Video Transfer (Forum) by timn on September 2, 2009
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