Here's my setup (for a spanish PAL tape) :
JVC S9850 > Datavideo TBC 1000 > ATI 600 USB > Windows 7 / Virtualdub
Settings : VCR = all disable (EDIT mode / PAL mode)
TBC = no settings
ATI = settings into virtualdub
2) Capture filter : PAL_B
3) Set custom video format : 720x576 / YUY2
4) Audio : Enable audio capture / Disable audio playback
5) Audio source: Audio Line
Virtualdub = Timing : Everything disable / x Do not resynch.. / x Automatically disable resynch when integrated..
Disk I/O : Chunk size 512K - Buffer 2 - x Disable Windows write buffering
Audio is out of synch. Can't explain why.
Without the Datavideo TBC, same issue.
And colors "blinks". Good color/less colors
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Device Setting -> Decoder video PAL_G (*)Recording
*w=720, h=576, fps=25,00, fcc=YUY2, bit=16
*sample=48000, bit=16, ch= 2
Frame rate 999Advanced
Video Compressor Other Codec HFYU
X Wait for exit(*) or whatever you need
Video Renderer Setting
X Change a "HDYC" to "UYVY"
X Use Null frame.
X Match the start timing of the audio with a video.
X Make a report file.
The usb port on the computer box. By the way, when I put the ATI inside, the computer do a freeze !
I need to use the usb port from the card reader (for SD cards and all).
Anyway, maybe I'm wrong, but I feel AmarecTV much "lighter" than Virtualdub.
What is the output of your VCR? PAL60?
Not expert about NTSC capture in PAL regions, but may be Hauppauge USB Live can capture NTSC.
Or try all the output combinations of the VCR versus input options of Hauppauge USB Live.
I remember I had trouble to capture from Secam with JVC HR-S9500MS (the video was too yellow!)
BTW, did AmarecTV solved the synch problems you had with VirtualDub?
S-video output. This is an american VCR I use for NTSC tapes.
About synch problems, yes it was perfect when I captured my PAL tape.
Now I'd like to go back to NTSC settings..
Will do a new install of the drivers. See if that helps.