i dont mean to rag on you but that was possibly the worst dvx footage i have ever seen. Second one wasn't too bad but the first one looks like it was shot with a canon zr100. i understand you were probably shooting in poor light conditions but still....
make sure you work with the settings and or work with the image in post. DVX's have so much potential beyond what you produced, get'er done homie.
Yea, I am still working on figuring out the DVX. I am coming from a Sony PD-170 so the learning curve has been pretty interesting. I am playing around with scene files and importing techniques and such. Its my first time ever working with progressive footage, blah blah blah. Im trying to play with things in camera before I go into tweaking in post since getting the best images out of the cam is what I m trying to learn. Not trying to make excuses, but Ive only had the camera for about a month now.
That said, any recommendations on what to adjust or try would be appreciated.
I just set up a scene file with 30p and 1/48 shutter and set the iris. Popped in a tape, composed the shot and hit play...then grilled up some burgers with friends and played with the dog. Came back later, and re framed another shot and repeated. I'm not a professional film maker, just someone who feels like getting creative now and then.