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02-11-2024, 02:39 PM
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Hello!

Recently I got my hands on rare 90s TV footage.

One of the tapes was in B&W and jumpy. Is it possible to rescue it somehow? Sample is attached to this post.

The background may be that it was recorded from old Soviet TV system. I have tried using different multisystem video converters but none of them worked. I have PAL workflow.


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02-11-2024, 02:54 PM
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If a SECAM VCR cannot play it back, that tape is a lost cause.

https://www.youtube.com/@Capturing-Memories/videos
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02-12-2024, 09:51 AM
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Did you play it back on a good SECAM capable machine, and viewed on a compatible monitor?
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