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    I want to make a home movie with footage that i have on my DV camera, i know how to capture, but not sure what size and quality i should capture at! I want to edit the footage and then copy back to a Tape or burn to a DVD and watch on a normal TV. Disk space isnt a problem. What quality and size should i captre at ?
    thanks heaps

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    Best thing to do really is capture in native DV mode from your camera (if you do a google search for "panasonic DV codec" you will be able to import it into various other programs) at a resolution of 720x576, in 25 frames per second.

    Is that what you need to know?

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    I'd like to ask the same question, but i connect my HI8 via an analogue to digital converter. Does this make a difference?
    Whats the best settings to capture?

    Thanks guys

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