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03-17-2019, 03:11 AM
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Hello

I need help. I should digitize hi8 cassettes for one person 15pcs. However, I have not previously digitized these hi8 cartridges, and I don't know what to do. I would like to take advantage of my own VHS tape recorder with TBC timer. Those cartridges are 20 years old. What do I have to do to make things happen? Is there an adapter that I would get for my digitalization on my VHS tape with TBC?

My VHS recorder is Panasonic NV-HS1000.

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03-17-2019, 08:30 AM
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You should post in the Capture forum group, what you need depends on how much money you want to spend, or how much time you want to put into it,
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03-17-2019, 12:20 PM
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No the VHS player nor its TBC will not be of any help to you, TBC in a VCR works on the tape that was played in it only. You would need a Digital8 player or D8 camcorder, Some are built in TBC some are not. And NO, there is no cassette adapter from 8mm to VHS, It's a shame if you are doing this for the money and you don't know how both formats work.
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03-17-2019, 04:01 PM
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My friend, you should not expect replies that differ from before. This forum post is an exact copy of the one you created previously. You must invest in a camcorder that accepts Video8 or Hi8 tapes. The Time Base Corrector in your VCR cannot be used as a passthrough for a camcorder. You must find a camcorder with a built in Time Base Corrector.

In other words:

Camcorder --> Panasonic NV-HS1000 --> Capture Device will NOT work.

Ystäväni, sinun ei pitäisi odottaa vastauksia, jotka poikkeavat aiemmin. Tämä foorumi on täsmällinen kopio, jonka olet luonut aiemmin. Sinun on investoitava videokameraan, joka hyväksyy Video8- tai Hi8-nauhat. Videonauhurin aikapohjan korjainta ei voi käyttää videokameran läpivientinä. Sinun on löydettävä videokamera, johon on asennettu Time Base Corrector.
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