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This is called interlacing. It's a video artefact left over from the days when video signals for television (and domestic systems) sent every other horizontal line, then filled in the missing gaps, every half a frame of video that was sent. You need to deinterlace the footage before you edit it. If someone else has already uploaded the footage incorrectly to ...


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To stream with a camera such as the a7III via HDMI, you'll need another piece of hardware. An example of this kind of thing would be "elgato" which produce different devices for this exact thing. The simplest way is to buy a USB dongle which has a female HDMI and a male USB. Plug it into your pc, plug the camera into the dongle and boom. The camera ...


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Most devices use memory formatted as FAT32, which gives you a 4GB file size limit, so a recording is broken up across multiple files. For Sony products, Catalyst Browse is normally the software used to re-combine the files: https://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/catalystbrowse Normally you would import the files off the card using that, then select the files ...


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iLink will give you a lossless digital transfer of the source material, if maintaining perfect quality is important, I would go with that connection. DON'T attempt an iLink/1394 to USB adaptor, if you do some research, those adaptors just don't work. You'd need to buy an interface card for your laptop to go this way, depending on whether your laptop has an ...


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