How can I play AVI files from a media player app to FireWire

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by ds_1, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. ds_1

    ds_1 Guest

    I know this has been asked dozena of times. I googled it quite a few
    times and came out with zero useable answers.

    I have a DAC-100 DV<>analogue converter.

    I know editing apps (Avid and others) output video via FireWire.
    I'm looking for a freeware player that does the same to DivX files and
    such.

    Can anyone tell me about any ap that can do this? It's sort of driving
    me nuts.

    P.S. DVIO doesn't work for me. Tried it.

    Thanks
     
    ds_1, Dec 12, 2006
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  2. Application that output through firewire are doing so using the DV codec
    standard. DivX files are not DV standard, therefore cannot be output with
    most available applications. Programs such as Canopus Edius will allow mixed
    standards on the timeline for output to the 1394 device without prior
    conversion. Otherwise, you will have to convert each clip you have to equal
    the DV standard .For NTSC that is 720x480 0.9 pixel, 29.97fps, 24bit color,
    48kHz stereo audio - for instance, the Microsoft DV codec.

    If your files are less than that frame ratio, color depth, etc. then you
    will see/hear artifacting from upconverting smaller resolutions and audio
    standards. A file with 15fps will only end up with each frame repeated to
    make it 30fps producing a jerky motion upon playback.
     
    Digital Video Solutions, Dec 12, 2006
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    PTravel Guest

    Though not a player, per se, Scenealyzer Live is an inexpensive application
    that will output AVI via 1394/Firewire.
     
    PTravel, Dec 12, 2006
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    Ken Maltby Guest

    http://www.jakeludington.com/project_studio/20050828_backup_files_to_dv_camera.html

    Luck;
    Ken
     
    Ken Maltby, Dec 13, 2006
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    theDVshow Guest

    theDVshow, Dec 13, 2006
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