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Best Setting For Roxio Vhs To Dvd?


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What are the best setting for Roxio VHS to DVD? I get a lot of flickering it has fuzzy lines on the outside of the characters. What are the best settings that doesn't eat up space either?

Best Setting for Roxio VHS To DVD?

 

 

Remember your capturing VHS quality video.

 

Does your computer meet the minimum system requirements for the software?

 

If you have a version of Easy VHS to DVD you can set use DV AVI 720 x 480.

 

Can't have it both ways, it will eat approximately 13 GB per one hour of video captured.

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What are the best setting for Roxio VHS to DVD? I get a lot of flickering it has fuzzy lines on the outside of the characters. What are the best settings that doesn't eat up space either?

Best Setting for Roxio VHS To DVD?

 

When do you get the "fuzzy" lines and flickering? While capturing, while playing back the captured video, on the DVD?

What setting are you using? Are you capturing to your hard drive or directly to DVD?

 

You need to give us some more information on exactly what you are doing.

 

The best setting for capturing to your hard drive is "avi" since that will give the least compression and hence retains the best quality. It is also the easiest to edit. It will generate the largest files. If you are worried about space when working with video then you need to get a larger capacity drive and also clean out your drives.

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I figured out a solution for no flickering and interlacing. I recorded in 640x240p and I have no issues now. I dont know what version, I got this.

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Glad you got it working.

 

FYI

 

To find out what version you have http://forums.suppor...sion-do-i-have/

 

Its on the main forum page for Easy VHS to DVD

 

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