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Analog video capture

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by mle56, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. mle56

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    I have a Dazzle DVC 80 analog video capture device which I have used with my VHS tapes. Has anyone else used this device and how did it work for you?

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    I have a Dazzle DV 80 analog video capture device. I tried it out on my computer, fortunately it worked well with the Studio 8 program (which was included with the analog video capture device) and it worked out just fine, It also work well with Studio 9 program. Unfortunately, I wanted to burn a dvd with chapters and without menus, I cannot do that with pinnacle studio programs. So I used Nero 6 program to capture video (via Dazzle DV 80 hardware) and found the audio is either 1 second ahead or behind the video. I would suggest using a internal video capture device for best possible quality.

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