I’m pulling my hair out trying to figure out why I have poor AVI capture from VHS or 8mm tape. I have used many other programs and no matter the settings, codec, etc. they don’t have an affect on improving quality. I compared several captures at 320x280 using other programs but VirtualVCR was better at this 320x280 setting than say, Studio 8. When I changed VirtualVCR resolution to 720x480, the AVI became degraded again. I’m trying to capture at 720x480 or thereabouts. Videos are degraded and darker images appearing with horizontal lines around the outer edges? I’ve heard two scenarios, neither of which I don’t know how to make the changes. 1. My second hard drive should be connected to a Promise ATI 133 card or to RAID controller on my motherboard to keep up with the speed. 2. Interlacing problem but I have not found settings in Studio 8, VirtualDub, TMPgDVD, VirtualVCR, etc., that seem to have an affect (can’t find the interlace settings anyway). Is it possible the ATI All In Wonder video card is at fault in any way? Thank you. I’m using an ATI AIW 9700 card and huffyuv codec running on a P4, 2.8 ghz, with 1 gb ram and Win XP.