Entries from Manifest Tech Blog tagged with 'AVCHD'

HD on the Desktop: HDV and AVCHD

High-definition video has arrived -- in under-$1000 consumer camcorders, and supported by sub-$100 consumer video software that can run on your desktop. Camcorders are moving from tape to disc to memory cards, like the Panasonic HDC-DX1 DVD camcorder (back)...

Summary: Pinnacle Studio 11

As discussed in my previous post on working with AVCHD video, Pinnacle Studio 11 provides great support for editing high-def video. You can browse, preview, and import HD clips, mix high-def and standard-def formats edited together on the timeline...

Solid-State Camcorders -- Panasonic HDC-SD1

Continuing on the AVCHD theme (see related posts) ... Memory cards are the future for camcorders. Yes, this is obvious in a theoretical way, but after finishing the summer on a vacation trip with the Panasonic HDC-SD1 AVCHD camcorder that...

Editing AVCHD Video -- With Today's Consumer Software

The good news is that high-def video is now accessible to consumers -- with sub-$1000 camcorders, today's computer power, and now $100-range consumer video editing software. The new AVCHD consumer video format promises better compression than HDV, especially for camcorders...

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