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Here's a suggestion if you don't want to buy an additional piece of
equipment. If you already own a DIGITAL video camera, the audio is
supposedly CD-quality. Of course, you wouldn't get nearly as much
recording time, but you would be able to use equipment you already have.
From: Lee Hunter [mailto:lee -dot- hunter -at- hum -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: Looking for AV equipment suggestions
Quoting sueahrenhold -at- ameritech -dot- net:
> Does anyone have any experience with capturing digital audio, perhaps
> for re-use in CD or DVD presentations, and has the time to share?
I use a Mini-Disc recorder quite extensively. The record quality is
superb (providing you have a decent microphone) and the recorders and
media are relatively inexpensive.
Sony's new Hi-MD format provides up to 45 hours of recording on one disc
and you can connect it to the USB port on your computer where it can act
as a removable 1 GB drive for transferring any kind of file.
Lee Hunter - Technical Editor & Information Architect
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