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Old May 21st, 2010, 07:44 AM   #16
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Little off topic... Can you tell me what kind of fliles you get with AX2000 on PC? Now i have Canaon HF-S11 and this camera give MTS files, but video is cut to 2GB files (if i record more than 11 min in one shot) When i put that mts files together with seprately recorded audiofrom digital audio recorder i get 2-3 frames droped betweene files when sinchronizing. Is that case with Sony cameras too? I must find out before i buy second camera.
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Old May 21st, 2010, 10:47 AM   #17
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If you use the Sony Management Utility the whole clip comes as one with no 2 G limits so this issue does not arise. This is also true of the Sony consumer cams where the Sony Motion Browser software does the same thing and brings the clips across to the PC not individual files. Sony files are m2ts files.

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