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Old 17th August 2009, 22:27   #61  |  Link
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Hi! In section 5 it says:

"Find the sample rate for your destination standard in the table in section 5.1.2."

I guess you mean section 5.2.1.
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Old 24th March 2010, 14:49   #62  |  Link
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The links to the guide are dead. Could they be updated please? Thanks.
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Old 28th March 2010, 12:10   #63  |  Link
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The links to the guide are dead. Could they be updated please? Thanks.
Do you mean the links in the first post? They work fine for me.
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Old 2nd October 2010, 16:50   #64  |  Link
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Very good I love it !!
Nice work,continue in this spirit .
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Old 29th September 2013, 21:56   #65  |  Link
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Hi, actually I want to capture vhs videos, but I dont know that method is more recommended for saving more details in the capture.

Options:

1 Video for components. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YPbPr
2. Scart. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCART
3. S-Video. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video

¿What is method that saving more details mainly in audio?

Thanks in advance.
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1 Video for components. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YPbPr
2. Scart. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SCART
3. S-Video. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video
There are no VCRs with component output, except for a few "broadcast" decks where the signal from the tape is converted to component by the timebase corrector card inside.

S-Video is best because it most closely matches the format of the video as stored on the tape. Only S-VHS VCRs will have S-Video outputs; they can play back VHS tapes as well.

SCART can carry S-Video signals but I don't know much about it.

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Of the cable types you linked, only SCART can carry audio. I doubt there is any difference between connecting audio by RCA or by SCART.
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Ok, thanks. I have still do many tests, really is exciting. ^^
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Hi there! Can anyone please share this guide with me? All three links in first post are dead.
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Hi there! Can anyone please share this guide with me? All three links in first post are dead.
Here you go:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/8ae2cj54bnml9dd/ACG41.zip

The guide is pretty old and partially outdated, but basically still valid.
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Hi there! Can anyone please share this guide with me? All three links in first post are dead.
The link to the CHM-file on Wilbert's domain works for me. The other 2 seem to be dead.

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The link to the CHM-file on Wilbert's domain works for me. The other 2 seem to be dead.
In fact it works, you're right.

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The guide is pretty old and partially outdated, but basically still valid.
Thank you for the mirror.

I was looking for theoretical informations about analog video.

I'd like to archive a few VHS tapes with the best quality possible. I've found professionals who do it with a TBC-equipped JVC DVR and with a Canopus ADVC-110 capture device, which is outputing DV signal. I'm wondering if converting a 235 lines VHS to a 480 or 576 lines DV signal makes sense, or if there's a better way. Any suggestion?
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otudated?

this looks like an excellent resource for understanding the fundamental concepts of analog video capture, but much appears to be outdated, particularly with respect to capture hardware and software. I want to believe that in the shiny new land of 2017 the average VHS to PC workflow has been at least partially streamlined simplified as compared to olden times.
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What video capture is recommended for capturing VHS:
What software is recommended for capturing?

Thanks.
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