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Old Jan 15, 2008, 7:28 PM   #1
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When you open your recorded video/audio into your non-linear video editor, you should be able to use your non-linear video editor to read the properties of the audio.

Is the audio of both of these high definition models 11.025Khz audio?

Thanks for any info you might be able to provide.

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Old Jan 15, 2008, 8:01 PM   #2
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I f I open in quicktime, that what you're asking I see what is below notwhat you're implying



below is what is with thesupplied software of the cameras not able to capture that pix ENJOY

Version Information:
Version: 2.1.3.94
File: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\My Documents\xmax nyc\FILE0040.MOV

Video Attributes:
Source:
Bitrate: 3997.070 Mbps
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
Resolution: 1280 x 720
Aspect Ratio: 16 : 9
TV Standard: NTSC
Compression: ArcSoft-H264

Audio Attributes:
Source:
Type: Other
Compression: ArcSoft-AAC
Number of Audio Channels: 2
Sampling Frequency: 48.0kHz
Bits Per Sample: 16



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Thanks, Fishy!

That is very helpful and I am encouraged to see the 48KHz, 16-bit stereo.

Nice.

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I plan to wait and see how these new Aiptek models test out.

I'm also thinking about buying a Sanyo VPC-HD700 as a second HD cam.

But one of the new Aiptek models might work.

I'm worried about the auto focus on the AHD500 Pro model.

But I understand the auto focus isn't terribly fast on the Sanyo either.

So it might be a stalemate.

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Another question.

Do you know if the AHD500 Pro model will let you turn off the auto focus and instead use a manual focus option?

My Sanyo VPC-CG6 has a manual focus option.

I assume the Sanyo VPC-HD700 also has a manual focus option because it is basically a VPC-CG6 with high definition capability; they're very similar cameras in other respects.

What about the AHD500 Pro? No manual focus, perhaps?

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Old Jan 16, 2008, 4:21 AM   #5
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no manaul settings would come about on the A HD500 pro your question for the A HD 500 pro you cannot do what is done on the sanny Sanny has the hd 700 has two options
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