[Air-l] Digital Video Recordings
sondheim at panix.com
Thu Apr 14 14:05:31 PDT 2005
I'm not sure what you mean here. Are you referencing a stand-alone
recorder versus a camcorder? If so a computer with Premiere or FinalCut
Pro would work - as well as the simpler editing tools - you can capture
directly to the disk. You can also use an external hard-drive; they're
rather cheap at the moment.
If you're talking about camcorders, that's another issue. You might want
to look at the ones recording mini-dvds, since they're ready for playback
and editing on a computer. In any case I'd recommend the inexpensive Sonys
or Canons - you can find something quite useful for under, say, $700.
Or are you talking about recording directly from the screen? In which case
I'd like to know as well; the few screen recording software programs I've
seen have been clumsy.
On Thu, 14 Apr 2005, Alison Muirhead wrote:
> We're thinking of using a digital video recorder to capture some group elearning sessions as part of an analysis on learners experiences.
> Has anyone had any experiences of relatively inexpensive digital video recorders?
> Any suggestions or recommendations would be welcome!
> Alison Muirhead
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