Yes and No
SOMETIMES the output signal is "non standard" and some "digital" camcorders
may have trouble with this.
Example my Hitachi MPEG10W will record from the camera but not the reciever
Something about a signal mismatch of something.
I just flew my two (not at the same time) today.
One only went 550' on a D12 and the other went higher on a Pro38 2grain SS
On both the video was good to apogee and only broke up a bit there due to
the 'jiggling about'<--Technical term.
For both I had borrowed an antenna for the receiver from Bill Spadafora.
It is a nice yagi made out of a PC board he got from, I think Ramsy.
Good luck with yours.
What capture card would be recommended for taking video from these type
units and making an mpeg or other file type that could be shared?
What software would offer simple editing to chop out any unwanted video?
I'll let you know how the capture card that is being delivered tomorrow does
got it off of e-Bay for bout $40.
change seveneleven to 711 to reply
I pipe the output of the receiver right into my Sony digtal8 camcorder
and then use firewire to connect to the computer. My new Dell system
came with TWO firewire ports built in!
Regarding software, I am still using an old verion of Ulead's Video
Studio ver 3! It works great, is fast and I use it more than my Adobe
Premiere ver 6. It came free with my first firewire card and I think
list price is like $99 or less. If you can find it on Ebay, it would
On Wed, 22 Oct 2003 20:42:50 -0500, Tim
I would use a DV camcorder and then firewire it to mpeg1 or 2 or something
Otherwise any capture card will work just fine. VCR tape in record on the
the quality for ths issue is basically the same. I advise Hauppauge since
they are far more open with their features and capabilities etc.. and you
can pick nearly any format you want and customize bitrate etc..
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