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Panasonic PV-GS80 Mini DV Camcorder PAL or NTSC?

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1. Copy the video to your computer with WinDV. No "capturing" involved. The video resolution and PAL/NTSC format will be the same as the source.
2. Then convert to whatever format you like.


You could also use something that copy and converts the video directly from the DV, like convert to dvd with Ulead DVD Workshop.
DV is a fixed standard and comes in 50Hz and 60Hz versions.

50Hz ("PAL" 625/50) 720x576, 25fps interlace (aka 576i)
4:2:0 components, 25Mb/s Video Rate
LPCM audio 2ch 16bit 48KHz or 4ch 12bit 32kHz

60Hz ("NTSC" 525/60) 720x480, 29.97fps interlace (aka 480i)
4:1:1 components, 25Mb/s Video Rate
LPCM audio 2ch 16bit 48KHz or 4ch 12bit 32kHz


Meaning, You cannot change the camera. It is either a pal camera or a ntsc camera. Othewise you will have to by a firmware update from the manufacture's website.

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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SOURCE: i want some software for editing panasonic pv- dv

If you want basic, non-professional editing capablities, and you use a Windows PC, try Microsoft Movie Maker, which may be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/moviemaker2.mspx and the user guide may be viewed here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/default.mspx

You might also look at a pay program, AVS Video Editor here: http://www.avs4you.com/AVS-Video-Editor.aspx

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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Where can i buy a data cable for my panasonic pv-gs80 that can config wiht my pc


Ask for IEEE1394 cable also called iLink or firewire.
Beaware that firewire has several types of socket configurations.

In most cases a 4 pin to 6 pin cable will work.
4 pin goes to the camera 6 or 9 pin goes to PC or Mac.

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Searching for driver for NV-GS80 on windows vista platform.


Do you mean a driver for the webcam portion of the camera, or to transfer footage to your computer from the tape? If you mean for footage transfer, then you are in luck, because no driver is needed. You just need your video editing software and it will communicate with the camera over the firewire port and cable.

If you did mean for the webcam feature then you should be able to download it from the support section of panasonic.com

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Hi, I have a panasonic pv-gs80 video cam and I would like to save my movies on my e-machine p c. What cables and software do I need? thanks Tim E-Mail timjune@sbcglobal.net


If you don't want to spend a lot of money you could use Corel VideoStudio. As for cables, your camera should have come with a USB 2.0 cable that would connect to the camera and then to the USB port on the PC. Or, if your pc has a firewire port, you could buy that cable to connect for a faster video transfere and capture. Hope this helps.

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How can i change my panasonic nv-gs230 mini dv


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1. Copy the video to your computer with WinDV. No "capturing" involved. The video resolution and PAL/NTSC format will be the same as the source.
2. Then convert to whatever format you like.


You could also use something that copy and converts the video directly from the DV, like convert to dvd with Ulead DVD Workshop.
DV is a fixed standard and comes in 50Hz and 60Hz versions.

50Hz ("PAL" 625/50) 720x576, 25fps interlace (aka 576i)
4:2:0 components, 25Mb/s Video Rate
LPCM audio 2ch 16bit 48KHz or 4ch 12bit 32kHz

60Hz ("NTSC" 525/60) 720x480, 29.97fps interlace (aka 480i)
4:1:1 components, 25Mb/s Video Rate
LPCM audio 2ch 16bit 48KHz or 4ch 12bit 32kHz


Meaning, You cannot change the camera. It is either a pal camera or a ntsc camera. Othewise you will have to by a firmware update from the manufacture's website.

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Can i use 4 pins usb cable in Panasonic PV-GS80 MIni Digital Video Camera if not then suggest how many pins of usb cable it required.Waiting for your reply


use only K1HA05CD0014 usb cable provided by company.its use for image downloading (it have5pin at mini usb) use firewire for video capturing (it have 4pin)

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Need to connect my panasonic pv-gs80 to my imac


Best buy has brand new ones, or you could surf the web and find a cheaper one at like amazon. Just make sure that the size of the cable matches up with the size of your computer or else it will not be able to plug in.

The problem I have is like the other people, I got the firewire in the port and DV on the camera and my computer just doesn't recongnize it. Where's the solution to this? I have been trying to edit my film for over a year now with troubles with losing wires and now this and stuff. Hope this helps

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No tape icon problem


Hi insert tape mark digital the detection will on icon.

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