recording video

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  1. bcduggan

    bcduggan Walk On

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    recording video

    I am trying to record video of NCAA Football 10 games played. I know no matter what setting I use the whole game video will be too long to post in youtube or any site like that.

    Is there a program I can use with XP to edit video?

    The video is saved in avi format, is there a way to convert it to another format? If I can get the video to play in realplayer I can edit it. AVI is windows media player.


    There was a few second delay on sound from game to video, what would I need to change to fix that? The first few games I recorded the sound was fine with video. I thought maybe my wife changed something before she recorded something on saturday but not sure.
     
  2. JerzeyReign

    JerzeyReign #BeatOhio

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    I have a question for you... What recording device did you use? And the person to ask for recording info is jca (sp?), I know he is a XBox guy. He probably could tell you.

    Edit: Nevermind he just posted below me, lol
     
  3. jms493

    jms493 Veteran Member

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    windows movie maker.

    not sure about the sound as you are not telling us how you are recording.
     
  4. bcduggan

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    Vivitar DVR 865HD
    Digital Video Camcorder

    it's a handheld camcorder. It can record in HD 1280 x 720, VGA 640 x 480, QVGA 320 x 240.

    I am recording from a tripod around 5 ft away from TV. Lights were off in room because they were affecting the recording when on.

    I didn't adjust any setting on recording except zoom and resolution, I recorded last night in the 640 x480 setting.
     

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