I f you you the DV cam MS 1394 driver and runn everthing stock my
footage comes out great but I wouldnt go above 720 X 480 for email
that usually comes out as a pretty hefty sized file. this is what I
normally use and I show them with a Eiki projector on a 9 X12 Screen.
they allways come out great.
things to remeber:
if it dosent look good before you put in the pc there is not alot you
can do in the end (ie Bad footage is just that)
planning is the key
here are the settings I use HD space is not easy to come by so I try
to keep stuf small
NTSC drop frame (29.97 fps)
Microsoft AVI Files
24 Bits, 720 x 480, 29.97 fps
DV Video Encoder -- type 1
PCM, 48.000 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo
>I would like to know what kind of setting I would choose to obtain the best
>quality/size ratio when I edit my videos.
>I mean the best settings to edit:
>DV-in videos on tape
>I use a digital jvc videocamera to capture my videos.