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Sound fade effect while cutting recorded title on HDD

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by ArtS, Jun 14, 2005.

  1. ArtS

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    As I know, when Panasonic DMR-EH50 cuts title into parts it adds sound fade effect in cutting place.

    1. Could it be off?
    2. Does it occur on playlist or titles?

    3. What about other recorders, do they do the same?
    (I think of Pioneer, Toshiba or Sony new models).

    Thanks in advance.

    ArtS
     
  2. ptek

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    Not sure if its a "sound fading effect", I think its more of a technology effect, ie. as video and audio steaming in packets, the new edit point you make is totally dependent on video stream position, the audio packet may come latter but is lost due to edit point on video stream position, thus the reason for sound drop out, ie. on partial erase, etc :confused:
     
  3. ArtS

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    What is sound fade effect? It is when sound volume level decreasing to zero just before cut place and increasing to normal level just after cut place.
    As I know, Panasonic EH50 does this effect and I would like to know if it can be disabled.
    I read about this effect in EH50 review, but I don't know if it is more or less hearable.

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