My wedding video experience...

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Me, Oct 27, 2004.

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    Me Guest

    As many do I'm trying to save my wedding video on DVD from Hi8... the
    video is very 'shaky' (bad tape) and I decided on a AverMedia Ultra TV
    550 capture casd with a Time Base Corrector. Surprisingly the video
    turned out quite stable BUT everything sort of changes color
    periodically, mainly purple hues... Any suggestions on a different
    method or card? I'm assuming a set top DVD recorder would not have
    the time base corrector. Money isn't a big object, but should be
    considered - I don't want to spend thousands! Thanks much!

    Kevin Miller
    Me, Oct 27, 2004
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    Brian Guest

    Time base correctors do alter colors.
    You'd need to use an video editing program to correct for changes in

    Regards Brian
    Brian, Oct 27, 2004
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    RS Guest

    Sony Vegas Video has good color correction tools. The Vegas 5 will cost
    about 500 some odd bucks, and they have a bundled Vegas+DVD for about 700
    some odd bucks.

    This is probably a bit high if all your wanting to do is tweak one video.
    Perhaps someone can suggest a more affordble alternative.
    RS, Oct 27, 2004
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    Sanman Guest

    Have you tried playing the tape in a different camera / deck? Maybe a Hi8
    deck would be more forgiving to the damaged tape and give you more stable

    Sanman, Oct 30, 2004
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    AnthonyR Guest

    this is a great product to try:

    or a good full frame TBC like the DataVideo TBC-1000 at around $300
    would help also. DVD Recorders have some stabilizing circuits and filters
    inside but not as good
    as a full TBC. Sound like you need to correct some bad sync pulses with are
    affecting the video.
    Hope this helps,
    AnthonyR, Oct 30, 2004
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    Me Guest

    Thank you all! Good group (unlike some)
    Me, Oct 31, 2004
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