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Are you mixing 32 bit and 64 bit versions?
You don't need 64 bit versions. But you must match versions. 32 bit programs require other 32 bit programs and codecs. 64 bit programs require other 64 bit programs and codecs. You can't use a 32 bit codec in a 64 bit program, or vice versa. 32 bit programs operate in their own world, separate from the 64 bit world, under 64 bit Vista and Windows 7. I assume AVS2DVD would include the right version of AviSynth.
Also, It says it comes with a CD, I am thinking it has software, question to you since you do use it, does that software works for transferring from VHS-VCR to DVD or to your computer, then a program to burn it, etc or not?
Also, if the CD does not have anything to be used, then do you know any FREE programs to do the transferring of video?
JC.Burning speed plus good quality is WHAT COUNTS!
guys i am just starting out this exact same project but with 300 home tapes to converts, please tell me i am doing this right
1- i got this dongle http://www.onemoregadget.com/easy-cap-usb-vhs-to-digital-capture-adapter-tutorial/
now first question, quality talking, do S-video cable make a difference ?
2- after hocking it to the pc i started capturing using either CyberLink PowerDirector 10 or ulead studio
now second question, both of them had some pros and cons, from your experiance which is the best all in one solution to enhance the captured video ?
3- after splitting the scenes i saved them
now third question, i am getting some HUGE output sizes, i know they need to be compressed, but what format and how much is enough ?
and 2 finale questions: is there a way to add some metadata to the video file it self ? and do i need dede GPU or intel 4000HD is enough ?
just to note: i got an ivy bridge quad core i7 paired with 16gb of ram and 6 Tb of space just for this, all ripped videos will be streamed via PLEX
waiting for some answers
I copied all mine by playing in SVHS deck ... feeding Svideo & Audio to ADVC300 (very glad I purchased this box) firewire out to firewire port of PC.
used the freeware Utility WinDV http://windv.mourek.cz/
To then capture files to PC ... resulting DV files are big files, but such is life.
On a couple of tapes where there was specific issues I also put a TBC in series during capture .... but not needed on 90% of work.
For me I used Vitualdub if recording needs some serious work (usually artefacts) ... or the final step then is drop them into Sony Vegas (HD Platinum 11 is ver I have) and edit as required ... adding or changing sound tracks using Sound Forgte, then creating Output using Vegas DVD Architect.
Last edited by Tafflad; 3rd Mar 2014 at 07:38.
Do you realize the last posts in this thread were nearly 2 years old before you decided to respond? And the original question was asked 9 years ago? And those with questions are long gone?
Last edited by jagabo; 2nd Apr 2014 at 10:09.
Magix fu**** spammer. Bye bye.
apologies didn't know posts had been removed .. thought it was aimed at me.