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JVC GY HD111 - HDV Format - Problem in tape-less Recording

by aucksy / December 5, 2010 5:10 PM PST

JVC GY HD111 - HDV Format - Problem in tape-less Recording on Vostro1014
I am having problem in live recording from our JVC GY HD111 in HDV Format on my Vostro 1014 with following config:

Core 2 Duo 2.10GHz, 2GB RAM 400MHz (DDR2 800), 320HDD Samsung HM321H1 ATA, Win 7 Ultimate 64Bit, Graphics: Mobile Intel GMA 4500MHD -> 814 Total available graphics memory, 64MB Dedicated Video Memory

I have installed ffdshow only, In Vegas Pro and HDVsplit it is giving output in m2t file and Adobe CS 5, its giving mpg2 but in both cases the video has got very disturbing blinking lines... see this video

Where as on my assembled Desktop, everything is working fine.. except Vegas Pro 10 is not detecting the device in HDV mode but CS 5 is doing great job !!
My Desktop has 4GB RAM, and Intel HD graphics 64MB Dedicated and i5 3.33GHz

So plz suggest me. what can be the cause for this....

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If you research this.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2010 3:47 AM PST
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Can it Capture/Record...
by aucksy / December 6, 2010 9:51 AM PST
In reply to: If you research this.

Coz that output m2t/mpg Video file, I have tried playing in so many players and different PCs and laptops also... it just plays the same.. because the Video is recorded like that...

Do you know something why it happens.. why those spots come on a Video... its sooo direct recording on Brand new hard disk... and the cam just doing all fine in other machines but only with this machine Vostro1014, it can't do it..

do you know something/someone to sort out this problem...

please help..if you can

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2010 9:55 AM PST

Sorry but soooo and more I loose track of what you are trying to say.

It does NOT MATTER it plays on players and more. You are dealing with a problem encoding and I shared one of my favorite FREE converters.

Best of luck,

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How to use it?
by aucksy / December 6, 2010 11:27 AM PST
In reply to: Coz?

I really can't understand how to use SUPER to solve my problem.... My problem lies in Recording process and not in Playing the recorded file...

When I record onto my Laptop Hard Disk in HDV from my JVC GY HD111 using a Firewire cable, the Video file that comes out is like that I given the link above in the post...

and no matter I play that video in any machine or any player (including SUPER, i have tried), it just plays the same... and I really can't find the solution anywhere in the world...

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