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  1. I have captured with Ulead video 6 in Dv AVI Pal and got multiple files. The problem is the size of the file 0.2 giga for every minute so I get approximately 12 giga for a 60 minutes mini DV cassette.
    All I wanted is to get the final product in SVCD.
    I have a JVC DV camera

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    no problem
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    Nope not a problem at all. In fact thats normal for DV, for each hour of video you capture it consumes about 15GB (approx). So if you had a 120GB hard drive you could capture about 8 hours of material. I couldnt imagine the space for uncompressed video....I dont think any hard drive would be able to handle that unless you had a disk array

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