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Page 57 VHS and S-VHS VHS and S-VHS cassettes are the same type of cassette that you use in a VCR. Just as Hi-8 has advantages over Standard 8, the newer S-VHS format has an improved recording system over its predecessor, VHS. Because these tapes are much larger, they are more durable and less prone to damage than the 8mm formats used by Standard 8 and Hi-8. However, because these tapes are much larger, VHS and S-VHS cameras are larger than Standard 8 and Hi-8 cameras and also require larger batteries. Therefore, if you don t have the available resources to buy the high-quality MiniDV camera and you must choose between the different analog cameras, you might consider buying a Hi-8 or Standard 8 video camera if size and portability are concerns. An S-VHS video camera can use either VHS or S-VHS cassettes. However, a VHS video camera can only use a VHS tape. Many new VHS video cameras use VHS-C or S-VHS-C cassettes. These cassettes contain the same tape in a smaller, more compact cassette. With these newer video cameras, the recording time per tape is shorter than the older VHS video cameras. However, the cameras are also more compact. Video Sources In Microsoft Producer, you can record from a variety of video sources. In general, the video source is the device, such as a camera or VCR, you use to record live video or to play back taped video. When you connect these video sources to a capture device on your computer, you can then record taped or live video from the device to your computer. The following sections briefly explain the different video sources you can use to capture video to your computer if you have the appropriate capture devices installed. Video Cameras Analog video cameras use formats such as Standard 8, Hi-8, VHS, and S-VHS. When you record video from an analog camera or VCR to your computer, it must be converted from the analog signal to a digital signal. This conversion process can cause some distortion in the recorded video and audio when played back on your computer. However, the overall quality of the captured video is increased if the video is captured on a computer that has sufficient processing power. A digital video camera, such as a MiniDV camera, records video digitally that is, in the form of ones and zeroes. The main benefit that digital video provides over analog video is that the recorded digital video is already coded in a way that the computer can understand. Because of this, the data does not have to be translated into another format when copied to a computer. With DV and MiniDV, no translation is necessary. Therefore the data is passed from the DV camera or VCR to the computer through an IEEE 1394 connection, such as FireWire, with virtually no loss in quality. As long as you have a DV
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Page 58 camera or DV VCR connected to an IEEE 1394 card or port, the video is easily transferred to your computer. Web Cameras A Web camera is a small camera that you can attach to your computer. As the name implies, these cameras are commonly used for Web sites that show live shots of people, locations, or objects. In Microsoft Producer, you can use a Web camera to record live video and audio if the camera has a built-in microphone to use in your presentations. One of the main advantages a Web camera has over a video camera is the cost. Because Web cameras are generally less expensive than an analog or digital video camera, a Web camera is ideal if you are on a limited budget. With a Web camera, you will not get the quality you would from an analog or digital video camera. Also, Web cameras do not allow you to record video to tape, and therefore you don t have the ability to fast-forward or rewind through the recorded video. All video you record with a Web camera is saved on the computer. However, for some presentations, a Web camera can easily provide the quality you need. For example, you might create a talking head presentation that simply shows a stationary person in front of a static background something like a news broadcast. By adjusting the lighting, focus, and setting for the recording, you can record video that is suitable for your presentations. 5 discusses adjusting lighting and settings to help you record quality video in an office setting. Analog or DV VCRs You can record your existing taped video into Microsoft Producer using an analog or digital VCR. In general, using a VCR is similar to using an analog or digital video camera to play back recorded video. Therefore, if you have either a camera or VCR attached to your computer, you can play back recorded video. The differences between analog and digital VCRs are similar to the differences between analog and digital video cameras. A digital VCR lets you play back from and record to a DV tape, while an analog VCR lets you play back from and record to an analog tape, such as VHS. Connecting a VCR to your computer is discussed later in this chapter. Satellite or Cable TV Some organizations make satellite or cable TV available in office spaces. If this is the case with your organization, you can record video from the cable or satellite TV feed to your computer. As with recording from any video source to your computer, you need to have a video capture device installed, and you need to have a tuner to change channels. When receiving a cable or satellite TV feed, there are two common ways to change channels: by using a VCR or by using a TV tuner card. One method you can use to change
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