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Old 17th September 2002, 15:44   #1  |  Link
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Best Software for DV capturing

Hi all i wanted to see what people thought was the best software for DV carpturing, ive heard good things about Scenalyzer and Vegas Video 3, and mix reactions toward Premeire, so i want to hear what everyone else uses and their thoughts on it.
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Old 18th September 2002, 14:15   #2  |  Link
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If it is just for capturing, Scenalyzer is my choice. It is simple and effective.
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If you're talking digital cam via firewire, I use Studio 8. Along with the hollowood add on. I don't use the built in mpeg output though (quality sucks). I output as avi and then use cce to create the mpeg.

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If it is just for capturing, Scenalyzer is my choice. It is simple and effective.
agreed.
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You can try the free software linked in the sticky thread "Links" in this forum.

I use the video capture tool that comes with Ulead's MediaStudio. Does exactly what I want, and I don't need to handle dozens of small AVI files.

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Old 29th September 2002, 18:14   #6  |  Link
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is the new version of media studio pro (6.5) much better than previous one (6.0)? what extra features does the new version offer? i tried ulead's website but couldn't find a definite answer...could anyone help me? cheers!
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Personally I like Premier, Capture, cut and edit then export all in one.


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