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  1. I am brand new to this software and have been playing with it today and am learning, albeit slowly. Jim, your pinned post re. noise reduction was very informative and helped me figure out trimming (deleting) portions at the end and beginning of the recording. That post specifically relates to editing portions. My understanding is as follows: Via trimming you divide your recording into pieces, the portion before the area to be edited, the portion you want to edit, and the portion after edited clip. Correct? Then, once the editing is completed, I assume the next step is to "link" the three which then gives you one seamless recording including the edited portion. Correct? I at first had misunderstood the process but I think I finally had my ah-ha moment after some trial and error and then going back and reading your post again with a better understanding (I think!) but was past the point of yet another trial to confirm. Is there a way to soften background sounds or do you need VIdeoWave for that? I assume the latter but wanted to be sure. Would VIdeoWave allow you to edit portions of the recording (such as that described in the pinned post) with less cumbersome steps? And speaking of VideoWave, I am curious to know if it is possible to purchase VideoWave separately or if you have to buy the Creator software in order to get VideoWave? I have been searching and when I Google VideoWave, most of the relevant links are for Creator, so I assume VW is part of that. I'm not looking to do serious editing at all. My biggest issue is to work on sound quality and I did see a video on how VW can help with that by reducing the background noise in the tape. And one more question: Is there any way to correct a video that has horizontal lines that intermittently flow down the screen? I read here or elsewhere that tracking control on the VCR might help correct or reduce that. My player does not have the tracking control, though if that could possibly make a significant difference, it might be worth it to get one. Any thoughts on this issue would be appreciated as well. . Thanks so much!
  2. Fundamentally this device is supposed to transform good analogue signals into comparably good digital media. Then digital media is edited, improved, remastered, and returned to analogue form for the best audiophile and video presentation. For a simple plug and play from old records and tapes to digital file, this will probably do the job; but then so will far less expensive converters. What about this product justifies a $60 price? If I care about the things I am preserving, I need the best converters possible, do I not? Perhaps someone with some experience especially with preserving precious audio recordings could suggest what I should do? Thanks.
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