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Bottom 5% Of The Captured Video Is Unstable


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When capturing video using pal I setting, in fact any setting at all, the bottom 5% of the captured video is unstable with flashing blocks.

I’ve tried the following with no change;

Different pc, operating system, usb grabber adapter, vcr, video tape, 2861 drivers.

Any ideas as it is unusable as it is?

 

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When capturing video using pal I setting, in fact any setting at all, the bottom 5% of the captured video is unstable with flashing blocks.

I’ve tried the following with no change;

Different pc, operating system, usb grabber adapter, vcr, video tape, 2861 drivers.

Any ideas as it is unusable as it is?

 

It may not matter. In Video Wave, turn on the "TV safe zone" icon above the preview screen. If it is in the patterned area, it probably won't show on a TV.

 

Is that area important? If so, put a colored panel the same length of the video on the main track of Video Wave. Add your video as an overlay. Adjust that so at least part of it does not show.

 

You can also add and overlay to that video when you have it on the main track.

 

What video card do you have? What video format did you capture the video as -- mpg2 or AVI? All tapes or this one. I could also be the tracking on that VHS player.

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