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Vhs To Dvd


Covergirl
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Hiya All.

I'm new to the forum,

I'm looking for a bit of help if possible.

Ive put a couple of old vhs (1980s) to dvd, after putting them to disc they are playing back as thou they are playing fast forward,

Ive got them as an avi file, ive put them through convert to dvd, watched the dvd after and they are like ive put it on slowest fast forward

I still have the dvd files on laptop looked at them and they seem ok, so to me looks like its the burning side of it, so ive bunt them through nero and still this fast forward feel to them, ive tried burning at 4x and 6x still the same,

Has anyone any suggestions please, im wasting a lot of discs and time

Thanx

Covergirl

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Please confirm that you are using Roxio's VHS to DVD; If so what version?

 

Please post the dxdiag.exe information on your computer. (link)

 

Is there a possibility of a PAL to NTSC issue. PAL is used in England and Europe; NTSC is used in the US and other countries. . Did you try playing the DVDs on a different DVD player? How much video time did you put on a single DVD?

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As Steve mentioned, we need the information that he asked for.

 

But just so you know, it 'sounds' as though there were frames dropped during the capture. So if your file only has 15 frames of the 30 per second, it will put you in chipmunk sound mode, no matter what you use to burn the disc ;)

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