Picture-and sound interference after digitization of VHS material
Frage von Willi: Januar 2006
Hi All, as probably many family men trying for some time, to bring our home videos of VHS to DVD. Some older VHS tapes are unfortunately become so bad in quality that the Digitalisierergebnis not satisfied. The Picture shows irregular rows synchronization errors (it breaks short summary) and the sound loud and annoying knickst s.diesen bodies. Since the tape in question was 3 hours and includes footage digitized in a train (I have both an MPG version) made synonymous as an AVI version, there is still synonymous with increasing film length asynchrony between Picture and sound to it. Toward the end of the movie is about 3-4s. Surely, the key lies in demuxing of Picture and Sound, the separate handling of problem cases, and subsequent reassembly of both parties. But I know with the necessary tools to work and steps out much. What can I do here? Anyone who may have been even before this problem once before and can help?
When equipment I have here: P4-2, 8HT, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD Pinnacle Movie Box DV + Pinnacle Studio 10plus Haupauge Win TV PCI card ATI PCI AllInWonder JVC HR-S5950 SVHS Recorder
Antwort von Markus:
Your equipment is not ideal for capturing such critical video recordings. Shift into Timebase Corrector (TBC) before the A / D converter, then something would have to be intercepted.
Speaking of A / D converter: more sensible would be to capture not an MPEG-compressed file format, but the suitable for video editing (re) DV-AVI. Then you can easily move the soundtrack to match the picture and then export in MPEG2 format.
Incidentally, it is assumed that the DVD is far s.The heranreicht life of VHS videotapes. Think about whether you really want to use this medium for backing up your video recordings, or whether you contribute so soon (!) To digital Datensterben.