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    i have the HVR-V1U and im still not aware if im capturing the footage right, another videographer told me to use these settings

    Frame size of 1440x1080
    Upper field interlacing (i wasnt sure where this was could someone tell me?)
    The capture setting should HDV
    Device control Sony HDV

    i did that and captured my footage, however in some areas i was gettin really grainy stuff. I know the dark areas are goin to be grainy, but if you go 1:36 in the movie i uploaded and notice how bad the blacks are in that footage


    thanks for any help

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    bump anything? should i post this in the user videos section?

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    Well, it would have been better not to repeat post at all - poor forum etiquette.

    Have responed on that thread.

    Closing this one.

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