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VideoNoob123

Vhs Capture - Picture "jumping" On Pal

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Hi there

 

When I capture from my VHS machine (VCR) - with my settings on PAL - B (or any PAL mode), the picture being captured "jumps" and gets "stuck" a bit every few seconds, like a delay of sorts.

 

At first I thought it may be the video machine, however if I change the settings to NTSC, the picture no longer jumps, and is extremely clear. The problem with using NTSC though, is that it then makes the picture black and white?

 

PAL then returns it to color, but then i have the "jumping" problem.

 

What could cause this? How can I stop my picture / video from jumping?

 

thank you :blink::wacko::unsure::mellow:^_^

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Please provide details about your capture setup :huh:

 

What are you using for an analogue to digital device?

How are you connecting?

What software are you capturing with?

What specific application, assuming it is Roxio?

Has it ever worked?

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Hi there.

Thank you for your reply.

 

Capture Setup: PAL_B | Composite Connection |

 

What are you using for an analogue to digital device? -
EasyCap Capture Device

How are you connecting? -
Composite Cables - USB

What software are you capturing with? -
Roxio Creator 2012

What specific application, assuming it is Roxio? -
Roxio Creator 2012

Has it ever worked? -
No, this is the first time I am trying this with this software, and with this PC

 

 

PC Information:

 

Desktop PC. Intel Core i7

Ram: 8 Gig

Windows 7

64 bit

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The "EasyCAP" product is not necessarily compatible with Roxio...

 

It should have come with its' own software and that is what you should try!

 

Once captured, it should be in a format that you can use with Roxio.

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Apart from their color systems, PAL has a frame rate or 25 frames per second and 576 visible lines, whereas NTSC runs at 23.976 FPS and 480 lines. It takes very busy audio and video computers in your capture device to convert these rates and resolutions from one to the other.

 

The EasyCap has different computers in it from the Roxio devices, so needs different drivers to run it, else you can get the stuttering you're seeing.

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