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Where can i download RAW AVCHD Video Samples at Full HD 1080

by Cyberman86 / February 15, 2009 5:40 AM PST

I'm planning to buy a camcorder probably the canon Vixia HF10, but before buying an AVCHD camcorder i need to know how my computer will handle AVCHD at Full HD 1080p @17mps or greater 24mps.

If you all Know a place where i can Download RAW AVCHD Video Samples, can you all please post the websites, Thanks

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by HolyCow! / September 4, 2011 4:46 AM PDT

Even though the file is AVCHD at 1080p or whatever, remember that your monitor must be attached to your comuter via an HDMI port. Many computers do not come this way from the store, so you'll have to be sure you have the HDMI ports and the HDMI cable.

That is, if you want to view the samples in full HD. If all you care to confirm is that your computer/software will process the data, and will do it fast enough for you, then you can forget this. Have fun!

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