Hi I've captured alot of VHS tapes over the past few years and i'm familiar with dropped frames. I've come across dropped frames many times, usually when the VHS tape has a bad area which causes which snowy lines. This causes dropped frames. However recently i've been trying to capture a VHS tape and im getting dropped frames for a weird reason on this VHS. When I play back the VHS tape directly to a TV, I can see that the picture tends to "shake" a little bit almost every second. But when I try to capture this VHS, wherever that picture shaking occurs, the frames are dropped? I wanted to know if I am able to capture these frame, because then I could easily use a video stabilization filtre to fix it. But whichever software i've tryed, the frames just wont capture yet playing back the VHS on a TV actully plays back the shaking frames without any drops. Any solutions? I've heard that TBC's can help, but isn't there any other alternative. TBC's are expensive and I don't want to waste money on a TBC just for this one tape. Thank You.