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  1. hi there i have just purchased Easy VHS to DVD for mac (CD and usb capture dongle ) does anyone know why my audio and video would be out of sync after i save my recording? im recording from a tape played in an 8mm Camera - the tape / camera are PAL is Easy VHS to DVD for mac set to NTSC? is there a way i can record PAL or does anyone have an idea what the issues would be? i have tried this on 2 different macs and i get the same problem. there are some blank parts on the tape in between recordings. does this throw the audio out? is there any way of adjusting the preferences? thanks very much dan
  2. Johnny C

    Video Transfer Basics

    I’m just now planning to use the CREATOR NXT PRO that I purchased sometime last year to begin transferring (just ripping/no editing right now) analog tapes to digital files, so I can get rid of boxes of old tapes. But I have some questions. First of all, the program only gives me an option for an AVI and not a VOB file type. What’s the difference? Should I be concerned that I can’t convert to VOB, which a lot of professionals use? Secondly, I’m assuming that I don’t need to be concerned about getting the 4 x 3 ratio at this point. Finally, I’m assuming that the best capture setting for transfer is the DVD HQ setting, which seems to be the largest file and the one that will give me the highest quality for editing these videos at a later time. Any input would be greatly appreciated. I’m using a One-Touch Super Multi as a transfer box.
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