have a very big problem with the pc vhs to dvd to burn. had this concern with the dealers can supply a cable with scart plug on the recorder, and s-video and audio plug for the pc My question now is whether this plug combination is at all correct, because if I wanted to burn was absolutely no signal of the recorder I even need a s-video plug is mounted or cinch? or I do not even both?
I would be grateful for quick help With friendly greetings chris
Antwort von Stefan:
VCR => PC burn = cut> s.PC => s.PC on DVD?
If it does not work, the plug combination between VCR and PC be wrong.
If s.einem end of a video cable, a SCART times, to watch out for the signal direction of the video dubbing.
There are two directions: from the cable into the SCART-Male "and" out of the SCART-Male in the cable. one of them is called VIDEO-IN and a VIDEO-OUT. In video recorders with two SCART connectors, incidentally finds this VIDEO ... Names synonymous.
Cables are cleverly with a changeover switch between VIDEO IN and VIDEO OUT or vollbeschaltete cable with many (6) RCA connectors (2x AUDIO IN and IN +1 XVideo XVideo 2xAUDIO OUT +1 IN).
S-video is nothing wrong synonymous. But one must keep in mind that S-Video to SCART not "standardized" means that you and most of the devices in the setup must first bring to produce S-video or accept.