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Re: [3dtv] stereoscopic multiplexer with the new SONY HVR-Z1E

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  • bernard mendiburu
    Hi There, There s an amazing video player : www.videolan.org/vlc I ve read somewhere it can be used to monitor HDV in realtime on a PC. For it s an opensource
    Message 1 of 13 , Jul 6, 2005
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      Hi There,
      There's an amazing video player : www.videolan.org/vlc
      I've read somewhere it can be used to monitor HDV in realtime on a PC.
      For it's an opensource project, it would be a very good companion to the
      Stereoscopic Player.
      Futhermore, it would allow us to play any DVD or video stream.
      /bm/

      Bernardo Galmarini wrote:

      >Hello Peter,
      >
      >The differnce to DV cameras is that HDV uses MPEG-2 compression. Therefore,
      >the capture driver outputs a MPEG-2 transport stream, not a DV-compressed
      >stream. In my opinion, all we need is a decoder/parser which can handle
      >MPEG-2 transport streams, not only MPEG program streams. Werner, could you
      >try to install a bunch of MPEG-2 decoders to find out if one of these works,
      >e.g. latest Moonlight-Elecard decoder, WinDVD, PowerDVD, ...
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      >So, if you install an MPEG-2 decoder ( A DVD Player, like the Power DVD, etc, is the same? ) in the computer the multiplexer may work in HD format?
      >
      >Are these MPEG-2 decoders free?
      >
      >Thanks,
      >
      >
      >Bernardo Galmarini
      >
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      >----- Original Message -----
      >From: "Peter Wimmer" <pwimmer@...>
      >To: <3dtv@yahoogroups.com>
      >Sent: Sunday, July 03, 2005 8:33 PM
      >Subject: RE: [3dtv] stereoscopic multiplexer with the new SONY HVR-Z1E
      >
      >
      >Hello,
      >
      >
      >
      >>Fehler: Stereoscopic Player konnte dieses
      >>Aufnahmeger├Ąt nicht
      >>verwenden!
      >>Ursache: Could not render capture device output!
      >>Dateiname: Microsoft AV/C Tape Subunit Device
      >>Player-Version: 0.9.3
      >>Windows-Version: Microsoft Windows XP (5.1 Build 2600)
      >>DirectX-Version: 9.0c
      >>Graph: Microsoft AV/C Tape Subunit Device (MPEG2TS Out not
      >>connected)
      >>
      >>
      >
      >
      >Actually this is good news, because it means there is at least a driver for
      >this camera available ;-) When the Microsoft AV/C Tape Subunit Device can be
      >inserted in the graph (which definitely works accorrding to above message),
      >it has already recognized the camera!
      >
      >The differnce to DV cameras is that HDV uses MPEG-2 compression. Therefore,
      >the capture driver outputs a MPEG-2 transport stream, not a DV-compressed
      >stream. In my opinion, all we need is a decoder/parser which can handle
      >MPEG-2 transport streams, not only MPEG program streams. Werner, could you
      >try to install a bunch of MPEG-2 decoders to find out if one of these works,
      >e.g. latest Moonlight-Elecard decoder, WinDVD, PowerDVD, ...
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      >Btw. AV/C is the Firewire control protocol which DV, DVD, HDV and D-VHS
      >devices use. There is a second protocol, DCAM, which is used by industrial
      >cameras. It has better commands to adjust the cameras (settings numerical
      >values, not just up/down commands), but doesn't support tape control.
      >
      >Peter
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      >to get started using this 3d video group, visit
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      >to get started using this 3d video group, visit
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