How is the video/audio recorded?
There are 3 components to the video file that is recorded by the VIDEO4: 1. The incoming video is encoded as MPEG2 video stream at D1 resolution. This is exactly the same format and resolution as a DVD. The quality that the video is encoded at is set by the “bit rate”, this is the amount of information that is stored to the memory card and is measured in bits per second (bps). The bps is configurable on the VIDEO4 between 2Mb/s (2 million bits per second or 250kBytes per second, 250kB/s) for a low quality recording, up to 12Mb/s (1.5MB/s) for very high quality. Note that if you are intending to you the DVD burn tool to write your video directly to a DVD, most DVD players only support video files up to about 6Mb/s although this figure does vary depending on the model.
- Im uploading a recorded video to a website and it seems like there is audio missing when it plays back on the web. Whats going on?
- Why can I only hear audio but no video is displayed when using Windows Media Player to play videos recorded with my Vado HD?
- Is the interview recorded in video or in audio?