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Re: [videoblogging] capturing old VHS tape + dropped frames

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  • Adrian Miles
    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 this an
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      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
      this

      an appropriate closing
      Adrian Miles
      School of Media and Communication
      Program Director B.Comm Honours
      vogmae.net.au


      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>>
      > wrote:
      > >
      > > 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
      > right.
      >
      > Dave.
      >
      >


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