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06-21-2019, 06:33 PM
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I've been processing about 20 PAL VHS tapes using a Panasonic NV-FS200 VTR going through an AVTool AVT-8710 TBC (I'm based in the US). Everything is going smoothly except for 3 tapes where the image has rolled up a little ways. It's not rolling or moving, it just stays in the same place. (See image). The weird thing is that when I play them on my Panasonic AG-W1 the image is framed perfectly. However my AG-W1 stops playback every 30 seconds or so, so I need to use the NV-FS200. Any idea what the problem is and a possible fix? Thanks!

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Those are not PAL tapes.
Perhaps NTSC, or some other exotic that's quasi-PAL or quasi-NTSC?

Another possibility is the tapes have recording issues, can't lock down the recording mode.

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07-02-2019, 08:16 AM
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Yeah it could be an NTSC tape which makes the deck output PAL60 (assuming the deck supports it), I've gotten a similar effect from playing NTSC tapes on our Panasonic NV-HS1000. The Datavideo TBC squeezes the PAL-60 signal into a normal pal signal which obviously doesn't look very good, I presume the AVT would do something similarr.
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Yep. You're right. Despite having PAL labeling all over the packaging and the tapes themselves I finally figured out that they were indeed NTSC tapes. Geez. Thanks for the responses!
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07-02-2019, 02:03 PM
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Just curious, what capture device are you using with the BM Media Express capture software? Intensity shuttle?
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Yes, Intensity shuttle.
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