04-26-2016, 07:59 AM
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Hi all
I have just captured the VHS tape of my graduation from 2002 (DVavi).
Looking at the footage on my Notebook there seems to be some kind of interference I might be wrong it could be just like this so Ive included a 10 sec sample to get a second opinion.

The Tape

The VHS (recently serviced in very good condition, including the heads) (TBC on 3D DNR off)

(Belkin S-video cable)

(generic IEE1394 cable and NV-GS200EB camcorder)

(Dell M90 notebook)

(software used including plugins)


Sample Video <<See Attachment >>

could the interference be from a faulty S-video cable, IEE1394 cable or just the camcorder itself automatically implying this.

Could I use any of the plug-ins to make the footage a little better

Thanks in advance

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File Type: avi Grad.avi (38.12 MB, 21 downloads)
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That's dot crawl, and a faulty s-video cable could be it, yes.

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04-26-2016, 09:26 AM
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Thanks will buy another S-video Cable and get back
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