Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Recording With A Digital Camera?
GMC Forum > Discussion Boards > VINTAGE GMC > Community Activities and Tutorials > Video Recording
Eat-Sleep-andJam
Hey there. I am desperately looking for new ways to improve my recording and what not.

I found out that I can record video on my Digital Camera, but the video and audio quality doesn't look that great on it.

Does the quality get better once you transfer the video over to your PC or is it generally the same ?

Thanks.
superize
QUOTE (Eat-Sleep-andJam @ Jun 9 2009, 01:40 PM) *
Hey there. I am desperately looking for new ways to improve my recording and what not.

I found out that I can record video on my Digital Camera, but the video and audio quality doesn't look that great on it.

Does the quality get better once you transfer the video over to your PC or is it generally the same ?

Thanks.


No it dosent... Atleast not on my digital camera
Ivan Milenkovic
QUOTE (Eat-Sleep-andJam @ Jun 9 2009, 01:40 PM) *
Hey there. I am desperately looking for new ways to improve my recording and what not.

I found out that I can record video on my Digital Camera, but the video and audio quality doesn't look that great on it.

Does the quality get better once you transfer the video over to your PC or is it generally the same ?

Thanks.


The quality remains the same, but you are perhaps perceiving the recording as bad quality due to small LED screen and lo-fi speakers on the camera itself. When transfered to a bigger system it will sound and look better. Best way to check out is to transfer the video.
Whats' the cam btw, does it have firewire? If it does you can stream directly to PC and monitor video on the PC monitor.
Eat-Sleep-andJam
Im not sure, I will just try to upload a video and see how it is smile.gif

Thanks !
David Wallimann
Yeah, as my fellow said, the quality won't get better. It will look the same at best.
However, you can improve the overall quality with more brightness, saturation, and so on.
What video editing software are you using?
Bogdan Radovic
Which cam do you have ? Can you tell me the model? You should be able to get decent recordings with any digital camcorder? Or you are recording with a photo (digital) camera? If its a photo cam then you are not in luck, depends on model though.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2014 Invision Power Services, Inc.