I've recently added a DMR-ES15 into my workflow for capture after seeing quite a few mentions on these forums regarding their tbc capabilities. I'm having some issues however when running s-video throughput into the recorder. It seems no matter what the picture is outputting in black & white. At first I thought it was a cabling issue but I've tested each cable in the chain and when taking the dvd recorder out of the equation the picture returns to colour. I've also noticed that the output itself is in colour as the menus are displaying colour and a composite feed in will pass through colour just fine as well so I'm a bit stumped what the issue could be as I was under the impression this recorder was s-video capable.
To break it down the chain looks like this sony slv-t2000 (s-video)>multisystem timebase corrector (s-video in & out)>panasonic dmr-es15 (s-video in & out)>s-video splitter to bnc breakout>blackmagic ultrastudio express via thunderbolt>adobe premiere
I've also taken the multisystem timebase corrector out of the equation to see if that helps but still the same issue so my thoughts are pointing toward the dmr-es15's s-video input.
Anyone had any similar issues at all?
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Sounds like the Color part of the signal (Pin 4) is not making it into the machine. It could be as minor as a bit of corrosion or as major as a broken trace or failed component on a circuit board. Try spraying some contact cleaner into the s-video jack and see what happens.
Hmmm tried a bit of contact cleaner but no luck. I've contacted the seller to see if they had any issues with the s-video input.
Last edited by firarottico; 12th Oct 2018 at 12:51.
Sounds like the Color some portion of the flag (Pin 4) isn't making it into the machine. It could be as minor as a touch of erosion or as major as a broken follow or fizzled segment on a circuit board. Take a stab at showering some contact cleaner into the s-video jack and see what occurs.
I'd take the TCB out of the chain too...just to be sure.