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  • Sun, Jun 20 2010 2:35 AM In reply to

    • Joe M
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    Re: Canon Vixia HV30

    When it comes to the Canon HV series, I have found that HDVSplit works the best when it comes to capturing.

    HDVSplit is simple, works very well and is freeware...

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  • Sun, Jun 20 2010 8:03 PM In reply to

    Re: Canon Vixia HV30

    Yes but importing the clips will give some springbuffers problems where there are small holes that HDV Split bypass. At least this is what I have seen at some cases where I have to cut out manually the problematic points.

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  • Sun, Jun 20 2010 11:58 PM In reply to

    Re: Canon Vixia HV30

    Using HDVSplit you will also loose reference back to your tapes if future batch capture is a concern.

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