Trying in capture video VirtualDub(1.10.4) and output in 2GB segmented AVI format.
I setup the spill system setup by default.
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My first AVI segment is 1.85GB. This is OK.
But the second AVI segment is 4.33GB. This is over the 2GB limit.
Is there problem with my setting ? Thanks in advance.
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On the top menu bar click "Capture", then in the drop-down menu click "Enable multisegment capture".
Capturing With VirtualDub [Settings Guide]
Why are doing this? Multisgment capture involves a lot of editing headaches.
Last edited by LMotlow; 1st Mar 2019 at 06:32.- My sister Ann's brother
Double post. Sorry.- My sister Ann's brother
- My sister Ann's brother
I just check his XP system. It's NTFS. So, no need for segmented capture. Some of his Premiere movie capture files are >12GB.
Using VirtualDub to capture AVI but video playback isn't smooth. Using the bundle software to capture MPEG2, and its playback is OK.
Premiere can take mpeg2 so consider a solution for HD video cam to DVD on a XP system.
There's no info about capture device and let me guess further, there's no line tbc and no frame sync tbc, no input level control, and so forth. Either way, in other words it's another case of not knowing how to get lossless capture and ending up turning VHS into typical noisy garbage. No NLE should ever be used to capture VHS. Why bother? You'd be better off getting a cheap used DVD recorder. Let the lossy crowd handle this one, the videos will look too ugly to waste time discussing. I pass.
Last edited by LMotlow; 2nd Mar 2019 at 04:20.- My sister Ann's brother
huffyuv. Don't compress the audio. Don't let VirtualDub play the audio while capturing. Capture to an internal drive that's not the boot drive. Turn off the "resync" options in the Capture -> Timing dialog. Check for all the usual dropped frame issues:
Cost about US$15. Not a good device but good enough to get video footage from HD video cam to PC.
It comes bundle with honestech capture software to MPEG2. Use premiere to edit mpeg2 footage.