Jacob at Proffitt.com
Tue Sep 23 14:12:20 EDT 2003
---Original Message From: Melissa Proffitt
> On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 12:57:56 EDT, JOdel at aol.com wrote:
> ><< In fact, if you could make two copies, then I could try
> to lend it
> >while having a safe copy of my own. >>
> >So long as we're bootlegging, does anyone have a computer setup that
> >import the tape, convert it to the necessary format and burn
> it on a DVD? (In
> >both? all three? of the standard formats?) Final Cut Express
> and Adobe Premiere
> >could probably both handle it, although something higher-end
> *might* be
> >necessary. FCE at least is optimised for digital video, but
> once it is in the
> >computer it *is* digital.
> Ask Jacob. It's his new favorite project. My job is making
> labels and jewel case inserts. But the quality of the
> finished product will depend on a lot of different factors,
> not the least of which would be the tape quality. (Actually,
> we had a lot of success converting directly from videotape,
> so it might work.)
Thanks dear. The toughest bit is digitizing the video image. We have a
hardware device that allows me to record from video onto the hard drive.
>From there, it's just a matter of cutting a DVD or putting the file
where you want it to play.
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