Re: which camcorder for $1000-$1800 used. Tried GL1, may try sony trv900
- From: "peter" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2006 00:47:35 GMT
"Bonzi" <chainsawhalos@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Another thing I noticed about the GL1 is that the audio and video
didn't sync perfectly in the capture. The video trailed the audio just
enough to be noticable for what I'm doing. I read other people having
this problem. I found I had to unlink the audio and video in premiere
and shift the audio a bit to get it to look right. Maybe something to
do with non-interleaved where the audio is at the end of the data? Do
any of you know if this is corrected with these higher end cameras
(VX2000/2100, XL1s). ?
I also experienced out of sync when working with a friend's XL1. I had to
manually cut/insert some audio frames. What a pain. XL1 also had a tendency
to focus hunt.
Since canon is selling these camcorders, there must be many people not
affected by these issues.
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