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Ulead VideoStudio7, and putting new project onto DV65

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by slewis1972, Jan 31, 2004.

  1. slewis1972

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    Ok - finally got my I-link PCI card and know my pc is hooked upto my camcorder - Panasonic DV65b.

    I have created a thumbnail slideshow project of 150 pics - fine - workls a charm.

    No matter where I look there - there seems no option to save it to the camcorder. I agther i need to save it in PAL - as based in the UK. I need to get it onto the camcorder and then going to put back onto tape.

    Scott
     
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    open UVS7 and load your project now go to the 'Share' tab at top right of your screen. On the left of the preview screen you will see a number of options such as 'Create Video File' 'Create Disc' 'Export' etc. If the 'EXport' function is greyed out and not available it is because you have not yet made a video file. so first click on 'Create Video file' and follow the prompts giving your file a meaningful name. this may take some time (literally) as it is rendering your video. When it completes the 'Export' function will become available, click on it and a drop down will give you several options. Ensure your camcorder is plugged in (firewire) switched ON and set to VCR with a blank tape in. From the drop down choose 'DV recording' and follow the prompts - camera should start and record automatically.

    If in fact you have made a video file then drag the actual .avi file into the preview screen under the 'share' tab and the export function should become available to you.
     
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    Thanks - I can see where i went wrong know.

    Whats the best create movie settings by the way - considering I am going from pc > camcorder> vhs tape.

    Scot
     
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    When you click on the 'Create video file' option choose 'PAL DV' from the list, this will put the video onto your camcorder tape at the best possible quality.
     

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