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Old 04-05-2012, 02:29 PM   #54
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Originally Posted by khale View Post

Also, I don't know what your budget is on this, but I recommend stepping up the quality to 1080p. You can use a DSLR, such as a Nikon or Canon with a fixed lens. Message me or email me if you have questions. I'm a photographer that know how to do dSLR as well. If you are ever in Atlanta, GA and want me to help you with the video production, I'd be happy to help.
Thanks for the offer. I am using a Cannon G12, and was using an Olympus SLR. The quality issue comes from the DVD space limitations. If I were to go to 1080 I would have only about 1 hour space on the videos with the current format.

I am considering using a double layer DVD to increase quality on my next DVDs, but the cost is significantly higher to press them.


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