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Old 2005-11-17, 05:37 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

is used markers to do teh chapters, is that was I was suppose to do? I noticed there was also an option for video or audio track, but I wasn't sure how that worked
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Old 2005-11-17, 05:47 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

just thought of another option.... take your avi and use it straight into DVD architect. You don't have to use Veags to encode if your only mixing with one camera. Once you have it in there set your chapters with the "m" key. and you should be set. You'll see on the right side that once you import your avi... it will be using it for the audio and the video.... If you rendered in vegas this is where you would set your audio and video. If you rendered with the same loop region they will line up perfectly.

Sometimes it is easier to render in DVD architect for single cams.... Once you go Prepare DVD it will have an optimization utility that will auto max out the DVD with the correct bitrates. so you don't have to calculate them yourself.

Does that makes sense?
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Old 2005-11-17, 05:53 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

yeh that does. so i'd just do that unless i'm wanting to mix 2 cams and junk together?
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Old 2005-11-17, 06:25 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

yep you got it. if you need to synch the video with other audio your gonna need to use Vegas too. unless you can figure out how to get them to line up correctly.... which i bet is gonna be tough.

just another option
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Old 2005-11-17, 06:42 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

well if I just use the uncompressed avi, wouldn't it already be lined up?
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

yep sir. you got it.

if you wanted to to mix another audio without using vegas... I suppose you could open the audio from the avi in audacity, line it up, and crop it. then use that audio in dvd architect..... but at that point your not really saving time over just using vegas to begin with.

If you only have avi and don't want to synch with other audio all you have to do is use the avi and it will be synched up exactly.
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Old 2005-11-17, 07:05 PM
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Re: what's the absolute best way to transfer mini dv to my pc...

oh ok, i'm not trying to synch new audio with teh video i'm just wanting to use what it is originally. Thanks for your help, that seems a lot easier. Now I get to mess around with archtect for a menu and see what I come up with haha
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