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Ainol Haslizan October 12th, 2010 01:13 PM

NX5 continuous recording issue
Hello all.

-I have a problem while recording continuously on my NX5P (PAL Version)
-I use the Genuine Sony Pro Duo Mark 2 Memory Stick 8G x 2
-I record continuous in SD format. After the first card full, the camera swith to second card. I see the process really work (the light on slot A change to slot B).
-After finish recording, I transfer all the clip to my laptop using card reader
-I Combine/merge the last clip (capture with the 1st card) with first clip (capture with a second card) using sony Vegas pro 9.
-I check in between the two clip.. Its OK & no missing frame
-But i notice the sound are missing about 5 frame (when you play the both clip continuously, the clip sound mute about 5 frame) really disappointed.
-Has anybody else experienced this problem with the NX5?

** For info, I record using external Microphone provided ** Are this may be the issue?
Or Maybe continuous recording only for build in Mic?

Any Idea please???

Abraham Texidor Sr. October 12th, 2010 01:48 PM

Use the sony content manager that came with camera to combine clips. This should give one continuous clip with no video or audio issues.

Ainol Haslizan October 12th, 2010 02:24 PM

Thank You Abraham.. i think You were right... I can hear the missing last 5 frame sound when play in windows Media player. But i cant hear the last 5 frame sound in sony vegas.. I think, I should use the CMU software to combine clip.. But the problem is, i cannot install CMU software bocause my Windows cannot found my NX5 driver.. the CDdriver was broken. I already open the new thread to find the driver..

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