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Installation Issue - Disk Does Not Include "plus" Features Of Easy Vhs To Dvd 3 Plus


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Hi can someone help me.

I have just installed Roxio Easy Vhs to DVD 3 Plus from a DVD purchased from Officeworks. Program installed ok however the 'plus' features

i.e. video noise reduction,

basic and advanced video stabilisation,

basic and advanced color correction, transitions

rolling credits and split movies too big to fit onto one DVD

 

features were not installed. I have a feeling that the installation disk is only: Easy VHS to DVD and does not have the PLUS feature or is there another way?

 

How do I get these PLUS features to install?

 

Thanks

Pipps

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Hello Jim,

 

I wish you were right for my installation. See the attached screen shot.

 

It has been upgraded to the latest version and clearly it does NOT have the features you are showing.

 

Any idea where to get a proper upgrade that has all the "promised" features?

 

Thanks.

 

Myron Achtman

Calgary

 

 

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Posted Yesterday, Sunday June 28th 03:31 PM

 

VHS to DVD 3 Plus

 

I have done comprehensive testing of this product. Here are my observations:

 

1) Using the S-Connector and "average quality" VHS tapes, this product absolutely requires a TBC (Time Base Corrector) connected to the VCR playback deck in order to obtain a usable DVD.

 

2) Even with a TBC, a usable DVD can only be obtained using the "BEST" recording mode. Any lower recording mode results in an unusable DVD. Way too much "video noise" (ie: visual artifacts).

 

3) Even with a TBC and recording a 30-minute tape in the "BEST" mode, the resulting DVD has more "video noise" than a DVD that is created using standard practices. By standard practices, I mean capturing video to a DV-AVI file (using a program like Adobe Premiere) and then encoding and outputting a DVD at 6.6 Mbps (CBR)

 

I returned the product for a full refund.

 

Myron Achtman

Calgary, AB

 

 

 

Posted Yesterday, Sunday June 28th at 08:01 PM

 

Hello Jim,

 

I wish you were right for my installation. See the attached screen shot.

 

It has been upgraded to the latest version and clearly it does NOT have the features you are showing.

 

Any idea where to get a proper upgrade that has all the "promised" features?

 

Thanks.

 

Myron Achtman

Calgary

 

 

He said he returned the product five hours earlier? :unsure:

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