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Old 23rd July 2017, 00:19   #1  |  Link
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Is it possible to stabilize this horizontally jerkyvideo?

It's a PAL/SECAM G tape. I'm using a TBC-1000.

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Yes. Fix your VCR.
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Old 23rd July 2017, 04:07   #3  |  Link
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Is this VHS?

If so, is it recorded in the EP (6-hour) mode?

Have you tried adjusting the tracking manually?

Do other PAL G tapes play this way, or is the problem just with this one tape?

The last question is an attempt to determine if this is indeed a VCR problem, or just a problem with this one tape.

There are multiple things going on, judging by the various horizontal offsets that are happening at regular intervals, looking vertically down the left edge. In addition, you have the considerable wobble.
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I'm glad to have a sample. Perhaps I can use this to work on my software TBC.

I'm dying to work on that but I have to warn you, I'm taking classes and homework due tomorrow so the earliest I should even think about this is Sunday.
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