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  1. whats peoples opinions on the Blackmagic Design Teranex - im thinking of getting one for my vhs and video transfers or are there better alternatives for my money - i hope lord smurf can have some input on this
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    it's a studio quality live video converter - it doesn't help capture anything.
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  3. i thought of using to help upscale from sd to hd !!
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    Originally Posted by hdfills View Post
    i thought of using to help upscale from sd to hd !!
    You can do that just as well in software if you don't need it to be realtime.
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  5. ok and thank you for your reply - maybe i will just upgrade my capture device then
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    LOL if you have $1700.00 for an upscaler by all means go right ahead, it probably does a good job
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  7. Blackmagic Intensity Pro/Shuttle has this functionality and cost much less. This upscale function it's garbage by the way, there's no options to deinterlace before upscaling it.

    If you capture a VHS with upscale on, there will be no way to deinterlace it correctly later. You'll end up with a big image with huge scan lines across the whole screen.

    Use avisynth to upscale your stuff.
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  8. Originally Posted by amaipaipai View Post
    Blackmagic Intensity Pro/Shuttle has this functionality and cost much less. This upscale function it's garbage by the way, there's no options to deinterlace before upscaling it.

    If you capture a VHS with upscale on, there will be no way to deinterlace it correctly later. You'll end up with a big image with huge scan lines across the whole screen.

    Use avisynth to upscale your stuff.

    thank you for your reply
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