It brings back memories when I also used ADS Instant DVD, it was a cool tool that made pretty good dvd files. My only problem with Instand DVD was audio/sync issues other than that I liked it.
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Do unto others....with a vengeance!
The problems with the ADS Instant DVD 2.0 may have been my fault - I realised the other day that the power adaptor I bought for it was only rated for half the required current. I'm already committed to the JVC, but I'll have to buy a new power adaptor to retest the Instant DVD before I sell it, so when I do that, I'll try some captures with it to compare the quality.
Originally Posted by wriggley
Perhaps you can take the same source and record it to both and then compare.
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Anyone happen to know if there are any secret shortcuts for finalising and formatting? I'm starting to tire of going through 12 button presses to finalise a disc (even though I'm getting pretty quick at it).
12 buttons? Let's see
ARROW ARROW ARROW
DOWN DOWN DOWN
Just 9 presses.
You think that's bad? Try some other recorders.
Only one easier is a LiteOn, the "easy guider" menu.
On mine, to format it requires:
setup, right, down, left, down, down, enter, left, enter, left, enter
Then then to finalise, it's:
setup, right, down, left, down, down, down, enter, left, enter, left, enter
Is that bad? To me it would still read a bit like an April Fool's joke even it were cut by a few button presses, but perhaps I'm looking at it the wrong way. More presses could leave one feeling seasoned and tough, with a sense of pride each time you memorise a convoluted sequence on a new model.
But I'd still be happy to hear whether anyone discovered any undocumented shortcuts (in the 2 button press ballpark)