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Old 22 Dec 2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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Question-2 A very noob question

I have never been good with video but need some help.

Taking some old home movies that were done in Russia in the 70 that are low quality and moving them to digital.

Got the Sabrent USB-AVCPT USB 2.0 capture adapter.

When the signal comes through, it looks to be the same quality as if watching on tv, but once I do the capture and play back the file, the quality, believe it or not, is lower then the original with lots of drag and pixelization.

So my question to you u guys, what is the best format to select to capture in, and what other settings I should look for or try to activate or set to either keep the video quality the same or possibly improve.

Thank you for your help beforehand.

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