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    hey everyone, i'm looking into buying a vx1000 in the next couple months and have a question or 2 about it

    i record with it to a mini-dv tape, can i take that tape out and put it in a 1ccd shitty camera and upload it and have no loss in in anything such as a loss in quality? or to get the full effects of the vx, i need to use the vx to upload? and also what program should i use to upload the vx1000 footage, would doing it in premiere pro2 be fine? and if so what format should i bring it in with, avi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sk8_aholic View Post
    i record with it to a mini-dv tape, can i take that tape out and put it in a 1ccd shitty camera and upload it and have no loss in in anything such as a loss in quality?
    That's absolutely correct.
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    or to get the full effects of the vx, i need to use the vx to upload?
    No, you don't.
    Quote Originally Posted by sk8_aholic View Post
    and also what program should i use to upload the vx1000 footage, would doing it in premiere pro2 be fine?
    More than fine. But you might as well be capturing it with Windows Movie Maker. All programs do the same job here, as long as you capture in the standard DV AVI format.
    Which brings us to the next question
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    and if so what format should i bring it in with, avi?
    DV AVI, type 2, PAL, 720x576 @ 25 fps.

    Now may I ask why are you so interested in buying a dinosaur?

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    give me a better 3ccd mini-dv camera with a handle for around $1300..lol, i'm working around budjet

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    What about Canon XM1 (which is also a dinosaur) ?

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