Post by hector Post by Peter Jason Post by hector Post by email@example.com Post by hector
How do you transfer VHS to a what you are transferring to?
For some reason I could never do it, the VHS picture is faulty through
I suspect Sony VHS players work differently to others, that stabilising
feature that I can't remember what it is.
"timebase corrector" is maybe what you mean.
I have a few TV cards, and had a bunch of VCRs (I ditched most of them and
kept 3). I found that some models of VCR didn't work a particular TV card,
but did with another.
I had a JVC VHS player that seemed more stable, but it was on it's last
legs and tended to chew tapes.
I need to borrow one I think, can't trust my Sony one.
Get a pro to transfer the contents to DVD.
Too much and too many nooks and crannies in the tapes for that.
Maybe my brother's Panasonic will do.
If you're using the composite output, perhaps try the RF output
if you have a suitable capture card. Or vise versa if you're using
the RF output already.
As I (vaguely) remember it, a timebase corrector should help fix
such problems rather than cause them. In any case, borrowing
another machine would be much easier than trying to find an
external timebase corrector to use.
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