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Old 7th April 2020, 19:00   #1  |  Link
tugatomsk9
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VHS capture using Avermedia Game Capture II

Iím thinking of digitally recording my personal motorsports VHS collection that spans over 20 years, but Iím unsure as to what hardware should I buy.

Iíve had a poor experience with a MAGIX usb-pen video capture device. It uses proprietary codecs that are a hassle to configure and the maximum video bitrate is not impressive. Moreover, the audio quality is poor, with noticeable signal noise. This is the reason why I havenít considered ElGatoís video-pen device.

My PC has no available PCI or PCI-e slots available, so fully dedicated video capture cards are not an option.

Then thereís this: the Avermedia Game Capture II. Even though itís mainly designed for videogame capture, but the fact it could work as a standalone video capture device caught my attention.

Can its maximum 14000 kbps using k264/AVC could record interlaced video with good quality, i.e., without interlacing or other artifacts? Also, can this device double the framerate (from 50i to 50p) via hardware directly into a finished video file?

Thanks in advance.
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