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DV to hard drive-the avi files play back jittery and jumpy

by rickt49 / October 29, 2004 8:14 AM PDT

When I copy my DV files off my camcorder to the hard drive, when I play then back they are not natural. They are jumpy and jittery. This seems to defeat the whole purpose of doing digital video if I can only watch them off the camcorder.
Is there a particarly good piece of software that I can try first that would fix that. I've tried lots, but with no success, it seems. I tried Window moviemaker, but it seems that I can't move that type of file is not compatible with DVD, my ultimate purpose.

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Re: DV to hard drive-the avi files play back jittery and jum
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 29, 2004 12:27 PM PDT

My p3-600MHz laptop seems fine, but I don't allow spyware on the machine and keep the "load" simple. After booting Windows 2000 Pro, it runs just a few programs. Free AVG 6 antivirus and not much else. The drivers are also current. It has only 256MB of RAM.

Bob

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(NT) (NT) How are you getting them to the PC?
by Kiddpeat / October 29, 2004 2:22 PM PDT
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Re: (NT) How are you getting them to the PC?
by rickt49 / October 30, 2004 2:57 AM PDT

Via the 'iLink' cable that came with the camera. It's USB, but I've also tried a 1394 connection. thanks for any help.

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