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  1. Member joelson's Avatar
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    Hi!

    I'm capturing from an old VHS tape. The quality is quite regular, considering its age (18 years).
    Well, after capturing, I've noticed in the generated file some "ghosts". I mean, as someone moves, his image stays ghosty, as this person continues his move behind, and then the ghost disappears.
    I'm capturing with Scenalyzer Live, with a Pinnacle Studio Deluxe capture device.
    Could anyone help me?
    Thanks!
    Best regards,
    Joelson.
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    Originally Posted by joelson
    Hi!

    I'm capturing from an old VHS tape. The quality is quite regular, considering its age (18 years).
    Well, after capturing, I've noticed in the generated file some "ghosts". I mean, as someone moves, his image stays ghosty, as this person continues his move behind, and then the ghost disappears.
    I'm capturing with Scenalyzer Live, with a Pinnacle Studio Deluxe capture device.
    Could anyone help me?
    Thanks!
    Capture interlace instead of progressive. Simple deinterlacing causes these motion "ghosts". As for Pinnacle Studio, I don't use it.
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