If you just want to capture then something like iMovie. It doesn't care (or
didn't used to) about dropped frames, useful for just crude capture like
an appropriate closing
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On 30 June 2010 10:31, David Jones <david.jones@...> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 7:22 PM, Miguel <miglsd@...<miglsd%40gmail.com>>
> > I'm capturing VHS stuff from not so good tapes, connecting the vhs deck
> to a DV deck, and that to my Mac with a firewire cable. How do I get Final
> Cut (or what ever software) to ignore dropped frames and import every crappy
> frame from those tapes? Quality is obviously not the issue, I just don't
> have time or the patience to restart the capture process every 15 minutes in
> 4 hour tapes.
> > Anyone?
> It's probably a lot easier and less fuss to get one of the video
> transfer places to do it for you.
> They have top of the line maintained gear and the expertise to get it
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