have long been used I have a Canopus ADVC-55 A / D converter to ollen my VHS tapes to digitizer. A great device, with which I am more than satisfied. Only the following question: I recently wanted a short sequence of a commercial DVD into the computer draw - this is on the direct route through digital copy protection of course not. As an old fox hab 'I thought, no problem, includes rear s.den analog output of the DVD player to the Canopus s.and push the analog DVD signal from the scart cable, just over this route in the calculator. Aaaber, surprise does not synonymous, because the colors are very strange dim. Someone knows what this is? Coming from the DVD player via scart another out as the signal from the VHS player (which I really unrefined Television still the same processed Canpous + computer but can despair)?
Antwort von Markus:
Aaaber, surprise does not synonymous, because the colors are very strange dim. Someone knows what this is?
The copy is synonymous in the analog signal and transmitted to the A / D converter must recognize that protection and respect.
Coming from the DVD player via scart another out as the signal from the VHS player ...?
If you try a copy-protected VHS tape to capture, then you'll get the same effect as watching the DVD. Also there would be the A / D converter strike.
Antwort von kamerakinder:
What it is ... Thanks for the answer!
Antwort von hannes:
Siehste! and that is precisely the reason why the old Canopus ADVC100 of today traded as high.