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I'm not entirely sure what your asking. If your video footage is recorded by a 3ccd, the quality will reflect that. The main benefit from a 3ccd camera is that each ccd will capture that primary color resulting in a better pictures. As far as uploading to your computer is concerned, any beginner program will allow for the capturing of the footage. 3ccd is stored on a standard ntsc dv 720x480 etc. But I can not emphasize enough that it is still standard definition and is NO different then a 1ccd as far as capturing is concerned. Hope this helps.
 

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Mazda Rx7 said:
oh, well um it was old videos from my old camecorder, lol i think that may have a reason, but if i try to record live footage just with the camecorder, it looks differnt on the LCD screen then over the computer its all dark and dull....if it helps, its a Panasonic PV-GS120

If the capture settings are for standard ntsc dv, the quality will be identical as to that on your lcd display (camera). Maybe your display for your computer is a lower grade then that of an lcd? Also, if the footage was recorded with your old camera (single ccd) by swapping cameras and importing your footage will not increase the original recorded content, lol. If it was recorded by a 1ccd that is the quality you will always have for that footage. As far as future content is concerned. That will reflect the better quality. Hope this helps. :bigthumb:

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