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Mac Canic
post Sep 8 2008, 09:41 AM
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My new webcam devoted to my music is a “Hercules Webcam Deluxe 2 optical glass”, very good and cheap one. It gives a rather good resultat (light, image, resolution, sound, etc)

but I have a gap between sound and picture. huh.gif Image is late but I think I can improve this problem with good codec. Would know which codec is most adapted to compress more directly and find a better fluidity of video. Software gives numerous possibilities :

Mpeg1
Mpeg2
DV
Intel compr.
Microsoft compr.

Or other solutions to improve vid fluidity ?…
thank's guies

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Ivan Milenkovic
post Sep 8 2008, 01:48 PM
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Try Xvid codec in .avi container, it is pretty stable.

ALso I never compress this at once, I record video and audio separately, so I can work on audio in DAW to get it in good quality. Then I render the audio in DAW, and sync video& audio in Sony Vegas.


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post Sep 8 2008, 04:52 PM
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thank you Ivan,


I supposed it was a typical problem for the GMC instructors

I have seen your precisions in an another subject, and it's probably a good way to do... but I'm a little afraid to do this... I'm looking for an easy solution with music and image all in one shot, perhaps i'm wrong....

I suppose that doing in these two ways (separate music and images as you said) doesn't solve my problem, because the coding process is too slow for my computer (it is a recent dual core !!), and the video time dilate gradually.....


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post Sep 8 2008, 06:27 PM
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I run both Nuendo audio recording and Vegas video recording on old Athlon X2 and 2GB rams, if you have that much it should work.


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