Capturing VHS Video

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Joey, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. Joey

    Joey Guest

    OK. I have read countless threads and reviews on video
    capture/converter hardware and it appears that the ADVC-100 is the
    best one to go with. Now my question is what kind of vcr do I need to
    play these tapes for capturing? I have some tapes that are over 15
    years old and have deagraded some. I really don't want to spend
    hundreds of dollars on a high end vcr if I can get by without it. What
    are some recommended VCRs? Also does the ADVC-100 fix any of these
    video problems?

    Thanks for your input
    Joey, Jan 3, 2004
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  2. Joey

    Rudy Benner Guest

    The ADVD-100 does not fix any problems, it only converts from analog to
    digital and reverse. Garbage in/garbage out. If you want to fix the
    problems, then you will want the ADVD-300. Details available on the website.
    Rudy Benner, Jan 3, 2004
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  3. Joey

    Brian Guest

    The ADVC-300 claims to enchance the picture and reduce noise from the
    original VHS source.
    Some VHS recorder's like the Philips brand check the tape on playback
    and make adjustments so that the best quality playback can be

    Regards Brian
    Brian, Jan 4, 2004
  4. Joey

    Joey Guest

    Has anyone used the ADVC-300?
    Joey, Jan 4, 2004
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