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Old 25th January 2009, 16:10   #1  |  Link
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capturing from vhs to dvd casued some odd results


I tried to do a capture from a PAL VHS player. the capture was done in Virtual Dub using more or less default settings.

I then tried to do en encode in CCE using the DVD profile.

Finally i used dvd lab pro to author this to a dvd. The dvd played fine on a computer but when playing it back on the TV - well there was something wrong with the picture - it wasn't pleasant to look at. Kinda hard to describe, but almost like watching an analog monitor at very low frequency. - Flickery image might be the word for it.

Anyone know what could be wrong?
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Propably wrong field order. You're likely capturing TFF (TopFieldFirst) and didn't tell CCE to encode it as such. DVD defaults to BFF (BottomFieldFirst).
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capture pal vhs flicker

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