NTSC tape to buy PC archiving - ELRO VL 220 will not help
Frage von Myrei: Juli 2005
have in my collection some NTSC VHS cassettes purchase. I now wanted these movies on my PC to archive or burn it to DVD. Unfortunately that makes me here, but probably a copy-life difficult. I get no signal what would be suitable for recording from the VCR. Now I have borrowed one ELRO video limiter VL 220, so I thought this might copy protection (eg, nullify Macrovision). Unfortunately this is not so - no signal gets through. Has anyone a hint for me what I can do, or how can I figure out what to do is (what is the mechanism slows me here)?
Antwort von Markus:
it need not necessarily be a copy. What output signal supplies for your VCR: PAL60, NTSC 4.43 or NTSC 3.58? Can the subsequent A / D converter and processing the analog inputs s.Deinem PC this signal norm?
Antwort von GhostDog:
Now, I'll go out on the video recorder via SCART and then (with or without the ELRO) in my Sony video camera pure (DCR-TRV20E). I use this as an A / D converter and going of the Sonydann via FireWire into the computer. On other tapes all play wonderfully. But you're right, it could s.der Sonyliegen and its NTSC support. Do you have a tip to how I can figure out what the NTSC signal we are dealing. My VCR can easily play these cassettes on my Television.
Antwort von WeiZen:
Moin, Your VCR will probably only have NTSC playback. This will then PAL60M. True, he will only have NTSC, if you can record in NTSC synonymous.