Panasonic GS17 EB-s

Discussion in 'Panasonic Lumix' started by Nat, Jul 14, 2005.

  1. Nat

    Nat Guest

    Hi all.
    Can anyone tell me what I need to transfer video from this camcorder to my
    hard disk and (hopefully) from there to a DVD? In terms of hardware,
    software, cables, ports, etc etc?

    I have read (am reading) the instruction book but it isnt as clear as I'd
    like and I thought I'd see if anyone could help me in plain English.

    Thanks.
    Nat
     
    Nat, Jul 14, 2005
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  2. Nat

    Tony Morgan Guest

    In message <db6q6b$f04$-infra.bt.com>, Nat
    <> writes
    >Hi all.
    >Can anyone tell me what I need to transfer video from this camcorder to my
    >hard disk and (hopefully) from there to a DVD? In terms of hardware,
    >software, cables, ports, etc etc?
    >
    >I have read (am reading) the instruction book but it isnt as clear as I'd
    >like and I thought I'd see if anyone could help me in plain English.
    >

    Have a look through:
    http://www.camcord.info/basics

    Which covers the basics.
    --
    Tony Morgan
    http://www.camcord.info
     
    Tony Morgan, Jul 15, 2005
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  3. Nat

    Nat Guest

    "Tony Morgan" <Tony@82.69.78.126> wrote in message
    news:tVL6adFdRx1CFwux@82.69.78.126...
    > Have a look through:
    > http://www.camcord.info/basics
    >
    > Which covers the basics.
    > --
    > Tony Morgan
    > http://www.camcord.info


    Thank you, Tony, the fog begins to clear. I now need to buy a Firewire card
    and cable. (or at least find the money to do so!)
    Cheers
    Nat.
     
    Nat, Jul 16, 2005
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  4. "Nat" <> wrote in message
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    >
    > Thank you, Tony, the fog begins to clear. I now need to buy a Firewire

    card
    > and cable. (or at least find the money to do so!)
    > Cheers
    > Nat.


    If my experience is anything to go by, I fear the money for a Firewire card
    and cable will be the least of your worries! Have fun!

    --
    M Stewart
    Milton Keynes, UK
    http://www.megalith.freeserve.co.uk/oddimage.htm
     
    Malcolm Stewart, Jul 16, 2005
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  5. Nat

    G Hardy Guest

    > Thank you, Tony, the fog begins to clear. I now need to buy a Firewire
    card
    > and cable. (or at least find the money to do so!)


    Should come to about a tenner, fifteen quid with P&P (max).
     
    G Hardy, Jul 16, 2005
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  6. Nat

    Nat Guest

    "Malcolm Stewart" <> wrote in
    message news:dbbslj$rbs$...
    > If my experience is anything to go by, I fear the money for a Firewire
    > card
    > and cable will be the least of your worries! Have fun!



    You've got me worried now. What am I letting myself in for here?!
    Nat.>
    >
     
    Nat, Jul 17, 2005
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  7. "Nat" <> wrote in message
    news:dbe3sq$f3m$-infra.bt.com...
    >
    > "Malcolm Stewart" <> wrote in
    > message news:dbbslj$rbs$...
    > > If my experience is anything to go by, I fear the money for a Firewire
    > > card
    > > and cable will be the least of your worries! Have fun!

    >
    > You've got me worried now. What am I letting myself in for here?!
    > Nat.


    1 How about a new large fast HDD?
    2 Stable video editing application?
    3 Major system upgrade?
    4 Creativity & Inspiration!

    So far I've got #1. Am still looking for an affordable #2, and I've had
    quotes for #3 in the hope of solving #2.
    #4, I guess will always elude me.

    --
    M Stewart
    Milton Keynes, UK
    http://www.megalith.freeserve.co.uk/oddimage.htm
     
    Malcolm Stewart, Jul 18, 2005
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  8. Nat

    Nat Guest

    "Malcolm Stewart" <> wrote in
    message news:dbfjl2$loo$...
    > 1 How about a new large fast HDD?
    > 2 Stable video editing application?
    > 3 Major system upgrade?
    > 4 Creativity & Inspiration!

    (snip)

    OK...
    1. 60GB? Is that enough?
    2. Umm..what do you recommend?
    3. Not even an option! Next year, maybe, if my new job comes off. At the
    moment no!
    4. These two I'll have to work at, not being arty at all.

    Thanks for the input, it's good to know others have been here before.
    Nat.
     
    Nat, Jul 19, 2005
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