I have been getting pretty good results using my PV256 mpeg card and capturing @ 4500 bitrate vbr. It's as good as the original and I can get all 2 hrs of an old vhs movie tape on one 4.7 gig dvd-r. I usually do some editing with mpeg2vcr and use Ulead movie factory to author menus if I want to and burn it on my Pioneer 104 with movie factory. It's quicker than the old method I used of software rendering and the like and I am getting results that I can live with.
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1 gig ddr 400mhz ram,2.6 P4 800mhz fsb
pvr250 capture card
Geforce4 128mbddr mx440 video card
Datavision TBC3000 time base corrector
creative live sound
Sony U10A dvd-rw,sony crx-160e cd-rw
Originally Posted by bshelkey
If this is incorrect, I'd like to know it.
The quality of these converters is superb!
I run an S-video line into my ATI8500 and now with their 7.7 drivers, the VideoCD format capture option works great for perfect MPEG1. Without the Canopus doing it's magic, I always had AV sync drift and the video had blockiness. Also I would get "ATIMMC has caused errors and will be terminated" without the Canopus massaging the stream.
"Yes VCD is VHS-TV quality.
Both me and especialy a friend of me have ended-up with some VERY good 1150 VCD films, Those who claims it is not,
Wake up and change hobbies."
If thats what you believe, time to get a new monitor (or glasses)!!! Oh, and an English tutor.I don't have a bad attitude...
Life has a bad attitude!
Originally Posted by Valnar
i cant find this ken hotte in the forum.
what is his nickname?
im very interested in learn about the zoltrix modification thing. cause i have one too.