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i have a very old vhs at times it ripples at the top while recording wonder if ther is a way to prevent that with Easy VHS to DVD. iS THERE A WAY TO ZOOM IN THOSE FRAMES TO GET RID OF THE RIPPLES

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Do you get the ripples when playing on your TV?

Do you capture from a VHS player or a VHS camcorder?

If VHS player have you tried adjusting the tracking on the VHS player?

 

This capture program has very limited editing features and you probably cannot get rid of the "ripples"

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Do you get the ripples when playing on your TV?

Do you capture from a VHS player or a VHS camcorder?

If VHS player have you tried adjusting the tracking on the VHS player?

 

This capture program has very limited editing features and you probably cannot get rid of the "ripples"

 

When it plays through the tv the whole video is picture perfect no flaws at all. I have tried the tracking device and there is no way to repair it. But through the tv no flaws whatsoever

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Do you get the ripples when playing on your TV?

Do you capture from a VHS player or a VHS camcorder?

If VHS player have you tried adjusting the tracking on the VHS player?

 

This capture program has very limited editing features and you probably cannot get rid of the "ripples"

 

When it plays through the tv the whole video is picture perfect no flaws at all. I have tried the tracking device and there is no way to repair it. But through the tv no flaws whatsoever

 

 

Please, do not put your reply in the "quoted" text box.

 

Do you see "rippling" only while capturing or do also see it when you play the captured video through a software player such as VLC of WMP?

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After reading a few posts in here, I am beginning to believe that Roxio is still experimenting with the software and is selling a product that is not really efficient. Guess I will have to experiment with another type of program. If the tape plays perfectly to the tv with no glitches whatsoever it has to be a flaw in the Roxio product itself.

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After reading a few posts in here, I am beginning to believe that Roxio is still experimenting with the software and is selling a product that is not really efficient. Guess I will have to experiment with another type of program. If the tape plays perfectly to the tv with no glitches whatsoever it has to be a flaw in the Roxio product itself.

 

or perhaps a flaw in you computer ! Please attach the dxdiag.exe text file on your computer so we can see what you are working with. Go here for directions (link)

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or maybe its just that one old tape, did you try some newer tapes?

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it must be the tape because the rippling effect did not happen with other tapws.

Still need to know WHERE this rippling is taking place!

 

Is it in the Preview Pane? Capture File? Output File/Disc?

 

Any combination of the above?

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Still need to know WHERE this rippling is taking place!

 

Is it in the Preview Pane? Capture File? Output File/Disc?

 

Any combination of the above?

The rippling effect is in the preview pane and capture file, When I record it still shows ripple effect. I tried zooming the video it disappears a bit but still is there. I am running on a 62 bit laptop Acer Aspire

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Can you try a pass through?

 

Use the output of the VCR but send it to the input of another Player (VCR, DVD or BD).

 

Then use the output of the player to capture from.

 

Another band-aid is record it back to a camcorder (if yours does that) to see if it will clear it up.

 

One other possibility is Length. If you have a long project, mor than1 hour or 2 hours and you try to put it onto one disc, your quality is sacrificed for fit and that caused playback issues. - you said it also shows in the capture preview so this one is not too likely ;)

 

So you know, even a full featured editor like VideoWave would not be able to clear that up! You could blow it up and crop it but that won't look nice either :unsure:

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