Re: [rp-ml] Off List Topic

From: Brock Hinzmann <>
Date: Thu Apr 01 2004 - 02:17:57 EEST

Now that we have all mastered editing still pictures from
our digital cameras into our PowerPoint slides, we're
going to have to learn to become video editors.

Brock Hinzmann

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 07:07:28 +0300 wrote:
>Why not simply buy a good digital camcorder?
>The medium-good range models all have built-in A-D
>converters. Simply
>cable up your old player (VCR, stereo, etc.), and record
>on the digital
>camcorder. Then do a Firewire transfer to your computer.
>If you have a new
>Mac with iMovie, iTunes, and iDVD bundled, you need no
>other software or
>hardware. On the PC side, get a Firewire card and use
>Microsoft's Movie
>maker or buy other software.
>I do this (on Mac) all the time.
>WARNING: TV and studio editors get paid well for a
>reason. This will suck
>more time than you may believe, because you will want it
>"just right". ;)
>Cheers, and there goes your weekend...,
>Scott A. Schroeder, Ph.D.\ phone: 805-373-4427
>Rockwell Scientific Co. \ fax: 805-373-4775
>1049 Camino Dos Rios \ email:
>Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 \
>Bob Olsen <>
>Sent by:
>03/24/04 08:20 AM
> To: "''"
>"'Douglas A. VanPutte'" <>
>"'rp-ml'" <>
> cc:
> Subject: RE: [rp-ml] Off List Topic
>Doug, this device may do that, a little ambiguous about
>music inputs...we
>helped prototype it! Regards, Bob Olsen, Protogenic
>The external HP DVD movie writer dc3000 with built-in
>analog video capture
>lets you quickly and easily transfer home video directly
>from tape (via
>camcorder or VCR) to DVD. The included suite of software
>lets you edit
>video, photos, music, and data applications, plus write
>and read CD-R and
>CD-RW discs as well as DVD+R/+RW.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Marshall Burns []
>Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 8:42 AM
>To: 'Douglas A. VanPutte'; 'rp-ml'
>Subject: RE: [rp-ml] Off List Topic
>From: Douglas A. VanPutte
>>> Can anyone give me some leads on how to convert audio
>>>tapes and records
>to digital files (CD's) on my PC or Mac computer? Please
>respond off line.
> Actually, I'm also interested in this question, as
>well as how to get
>old 8 mm home movies converted to digital files as well.
> Please copy me on responses to Doug and also let me
>know about movies
>if you know.
>Best regards,
>Marshall Burns
Received on Thu Apr 01 01:42:21 2004

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