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  1. I recently picked-up a Panasonic ES-15---hoping that the line TBC will clean-up the glitches in my video captures. But first, I have a couple questions:

    What (if any) settings do I need on the ES-15, to take advantage of the line TBC on pass-through?

    Do I need to pass the audio through the ES-15 as well (to keep it in sync)? Or, should I still run the audio directly to the capture device?
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    The line TBC is always on.
    Find the NR, turn if "off" (still on, just not as aggressive now)
    Black level in menu may need adjusting. I forget offhand which is best setting. You don't want it too light, nor crush.

    Yes, on ES15 audio has delay. So route audio into it, back out.
    Not on ES10.
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  3. Set Input to Lighter, Output to Darker. That gives the least banding (posterization).

    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/380285-Where-did-I-go-wrong-What-am-I-missing#post2460874

    Then adjust your capture devices proc amp to the correct levels.
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  4. Originally Posted by lordsmurf View Post
    Yes, on ES15 audio has delay. So route audio into it, back out.
    Not on ES10.
    What about the EH-52?
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  5. Thanks everyone. I will keep those suggestions in mind.
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