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|Enosoft DV Processor is primarily designed to perform real time processing on DV streams, either from an attached DV device or from existing DV AVI files. The processed DV streams can be sent to another attached DV device, a new DV AVI file or onto the computer's display. The key functions range from the relatively mundane - capture DV, send existing DV files back to a device etc - to real time logo insertion, aspect ratio conversion, timecode burn-in and synchronous control/capture from devices connected to separate computers on a local network.
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1.5.4 (March 09, 2009)
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Free for personal use. $129 (US) introductory price for commercial use.
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The GUI is pretty good and the feature-set greater than similar freebies out there. I tried Windows Movie Maker 6 (didn't work on this Win7x64, but has on others) and WinDV (downsampled audio to 32 KHz for me). This one did what i wanted perfectly with my JVC DV-AVI.
Some of the features are pretty self-explanatory once you read the very good help file. I was a bit confused at first, but after about 30mins of playing about it all came up good.
You can export the settings which is fantastic, because on my PC it cleared the settings each time i loaded it.
Bloody great tool. Thank you to the author for making it free for personal use.
You can use "Enosoft AVI repair tool", a tool included with Enosoft DV Processor, to convert from DV type 1 to DV type 2 and from DV type 2 to DV type 1.
This is the only tool I have found that works at 100%
The other ones:
-Ulead DV Type 1 to DV Type 2 Converter --> if the files are big (>4 GB) audio gets corrupted with "shshshshsh" sound.
-Canopus_DV_File_Converter V1.0.2 --> if the files are big (>4 GB) aborts before ending.
-DVDATE V7.1 --> works OK but downsamples audio to 32000Hz. (Why??)
The proc-amp feature of this program provides a handy solution for correcting the IRE level when capturing a NTSC analog signal through a digital camcorder. As has been discussed in various forums here, such captures will typically be about 10-15% more bright than the original source tape, and consequently will appear “washed out.” Using the Enosoft proc-amp and reducing the offset of the luma setting by minus 7.5 will correct this, so that the brightness level of the DV capture is correct. Then one can encode the DV .avi file to mpeg without having to use any filters at the mpeg encoding state to correct the brightness level. Additionally, if your DVD recorder has a firewire connection, Enosoft can send a DV signal to it from a DV .avi file and the DVD recorder will treat it just like the DV input of a Digital Camcorder. (At least, this works for my Philips DVDR 615 DVD recorder.) The licensed version of Enosoft has the capability of doing this all in one step, that is correcting the digital capture from the digicam sent through one firewire connection and then sending the signal to the DVD recorder via a second firewire connection. But this feature is prevented in the unlicensed version by the insertion of blue frames every ten seconds or so.
Enosoft can capture DV to an avi file as either type 1 or type 2 DV. Enosoft recommends capturing to type 1 because type 1 allows the program to use its “scrub” bar (that is go to whenever you want in the file) whereas type 2 does not. However, Enosoft’s type 1 DV does not appear to be compatible with Procoder 2, and VirtualDub will only accept type 2 DV. So if you’re planning to encode with either of these programs, you should capture to type 2. Vegas 4, however, will accept Enosoft’s DV type 1.
All in all, the unlicensed version, even with some of its limitations, is an impressive and useful program.
For personal use, the price is impossible to improve ;)
I have tested this tool in WXP. I just installed in Vista but I have not tested all its functions yet. So far so goo
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