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    Default Help!! wedding video editing

    hi
    im new ti this site and this is my first post guys,
    so i hope someone can help,
    ive just had my sisters wedding film shot by a panasonic md9000en
    the camera guy is willing to give me the uneditied dv tapes,
    now, what i wanna know is if the dv tapes will playback on my jvc grd cam?
    i wanna do this to upload via firewire for editing,
    anyone help?
    thanks

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    Default Re: Help!! wedding video editing

    Quote Originally Posted by theukvibe
    ive just had my sisters wedding film shot by a panasonic md9000en
    What a funny looking camera (and only one CCD - ouch). You haven't given us the full name of you camera, but as long as it's miniDV format, you're fine (the md9000en is miniDV).

    Who shot the video out of interest.

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    yeah its a semi pro cam
    i was expecting a atleast a 3ccd cam,
    my cams model numb is grd 31 ek.... i think,
    thanks for the info

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    I'm very suprised he's willing to give you the "master" DV tapes. Go on, tell us (or PM me) the name of the videographer

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    I've played tapes from 4 different camcorders (a panasonic, a JVC, a sony and a canon xl2) in my pokey little canon Mv600 for the purposes of capturing video, and they've all done fine.

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    yep you should as long as its all miniDV

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    rose video, from yorkshire,
    he's not much of a pro one guy, one cam, no tripod, and like a 600w floodlight!
    still cost 750 for:
    1 editied dvd
    1 edited vhs
    1 uneditied vhs/ uneditied dv tapes,
    75 10x8 photos with digital slr
    that sound expensive or reasnoable?

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    I clearly spend too much on materials, equiment and time editing; and charge too little.

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    Hi theukvibe,

    Are my eyes deceiving me... did you say he had no tripod? And was charging 750??? Have you seen the tapes yet, I'd like to know how he managed to hold a camera steady for the entire ceremony.

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    Well it was a shoulder-mount...
    Anyway, the Panny MD9000 sucks bigtime, I wanted to buy one of those and realised it's just not worth the money.

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