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Thread: AVI to DV camera

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    Hello everybody!
    Does anyone know how to trasmit back an avi video other than type 1 or type to an DV camera??
    I tried to use graphedit, but I could not get anything
    Thank You very much in advance!
    Stefano B.

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    Is it possible to get something on a DV cam when it is in something else besides an AVI?

    What's in the AVI (Audio/Video) that you're trying to get back. I could probably provide a few explanations.

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    First of all Thank U very much for your reply!

    I don't understand very well what U mean, but I guess I gotta be a little clearer
    Well, I bought an external Digital/analogic converter (the great Canopus ADVC-100 ).
    Cause I'm a young programmer I started to code something to use that.
    Following the MS DirectX DirectShow samples, I've created a simple program that allows me to watch my VHS Tapes on my PC, record them as both type1 and type 2 DV AVIs, and then trasmit them back through my D/A converter to my TV
    So cause I've a good collections of DivX AVI on my Hard Disk I thought "why not to use my D/A converter to see the DivX on my TV instead of my little 17" monitor??"
    I have Pinnacle Studio, and it can do that through a "render"!?!
    But I don't like that program, and as a developer I wish to create my own application to do that!!
    The matter is that I don't know which filters to use to go back from the DivX to the DV device!
    I tried to use graphedit, but I didn't manage to get anything
    Any idea?
    Thank U, best regars!
    Stefano B.

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