Thanks for the tips.  I have been eyeballing the Sony mini disc for
taping my shows. It is tiny but I haven't gotten to the bottom of of
the sound quality.

--- In, Vaj <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On May 14, 2006, at 7:58 PM, curtisdeltablues wrote:
> > I had never listened to Jerry Douglas before, thanks. I am at Amazon
> > now hearing some great stuff from his CDs.
> >
> > What kind of stero camcorder has decent sound?  I have a low end Sony
> > that I use but would like better sound.
> >
> > I just got Sorenson software to compress my videos for the Web.  I
> > probably need to switch to Flash 8 for that stuff.  What are you 
> > using?
> I had a higher end JVC camcorder at that time, sadly an analog 
> monster using Super-VHS or just plain ole VHS-C. On camera mikes are 
> never as good as external mikes period. But of course it's much more 
> wieldy trying to maneuver two mikes while you're taking 
> video...Having two booms, with mikes extending from your person into 
> your fellow audience members is a sure way to be dragged out of any 
> venue, trust me on that one. Even if you have a low end camcorder, 
> it's best to make sure they have a jack for using external mikes. If 
> so, use them (if sound is important to you.).
> I use either Quicktime Pro or more simply FFMPEG, an open-source app 
> with many options. Sorenson has received good but mixed reviews. IMO 
> the more universal, the better. Everyone should be able to see what 
> you're wanting to share, easily.

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