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  1. I am slightly confused by the difference between Standard Play and Hig Quality. I know that HQ is 720x480 @9mbs and SP is 352x480 @6mbs, but what I don't understand is why why I add a movie to a project it takes more space when set to SP than to HQ ? Doesn't seem to make sense, I would have expected HQ to take much more space. I am more than glad to create more DVDs, as long as I get better quality. What am I missing here ? Thanks Jack
  2. Mark_ABQ

    Quality Question

    Greetings! I have a few screenshots to share. The first one shows a portion of a screen without any artifacts...the image is very close to the original VHS screen. The second shows a portion of a screen with some artifacts, the section in the box being blown up for clarity. The artifacting - horizontal lines - is visible during playback of the burned disc. When playing back the capture (MPEG) file, there are artifacts, but not nearly as noticeable. Also, the artifacting occurs most noticeably when there is a lot of movement on-screen. I understand a little about the resolution of VHS versus the resolution possible in DVD...that is, VHS is roughly equivalent to 333x478 px in today's terminology. It seems reasonable that what I'm seeing is the natural result of making a higher resolution recording of a lower resolution source... In my research, I have come across devices that claim to be able to create smoother copies, such as DVDO's iScan. Since the purpose of capturing my VHS to DVD is to reduce the cost of replacing my video collection, it would be counterproductive to spend $3k on such hardware...or even a few hundred on one from eBay (not to mention the risk of getting a lemon from an eBay source)... So, I suppose the question really comes down to this: Are there controls within EVD to help reduce this problem? I'm using the default settings. TIA!
  3. Nerdy-N-Proud

    Preview Is Unlike The Export

    I am fairly new to Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus. When I record from my VCR I sometimes see the weird diagonal lines at the top. I use the "tracking" on my VCR to get rid of these lines. I then preview my recording before I go to export. During this preview there are no lines; the quality is perfect. When I export, however, the annoying lines end up in the final product. I have tried it in low quality, medium quality, and high quality, all having the same result. I do not think it is my VCR because I am getting a nice result in my preview, but I could be wrong. Does anyone know what is causing this and how I may fix it? Attached are snapshots of what I see with the preview and what I see with the export. I thank you in advance.