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01-07-2019, 09:31 AM
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Analog video input via Canopus ADVC100 to Dell PC. Capturing the video within Sony Vegas 13 (no other program would recognize the VHS/Canopus input). So a question for those with more experience. If I am just wanting to extract this VHS video and store on server in a viewable format (mp4? mpg?).... what file format is optimal but also not a huge file??

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01-07-2019, 09:49 AM
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If you plan to stream your captures, you should use an h.264 codec. MP4 and MKV are containers for h.264 video. Check out this thread where another user with a Canopus capture card wants to stream digitized home video.
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