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Ive got a lumix zs20 camera that has a record rate of 60fps. using Roxio emc 10 to capture when I right click a downloaded file it shows 29.97 fps.does Roxio capture limit the frame rate. Is there a settingni can change.. the lumix video setting is fsh and its 60i.

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Why are you capturing from that camera? Why not simply copy from the SD card to your hard drive?

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As usual response. I'm doing hd DVD for playback on a DVD player. Funny how they use fps on the camera which now I know means fields/ second not frames The camera can do 60. Frames as well in progressive mode,but I share these videos with folks with older DVD players,so its probably not worth doing them that way. I use cable rather than the card because I download so often I actually was wearing out the contacts on the card

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Once upon at time there was an "HD DVD" format but that was abandon some 7 years ago. It required special media and special players to view them.

 

Unless you have HD DVD's and an HD Player you are just kidding yourself.

 

I am curious, have ever worn out the contacts on a memory card? I have some going back close to 15 years and never had an issue.

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Also there really is no need to take out the SD card. You simply connect the camera to the PC and use Windows Explorer to copy the files from the SD card to your hard drive.

 

Like Jim, I have never had a problem with"wearing out" the contacts after hundreds of insertion/removals of a SD card. In fact I have never heard of such a thing.

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