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Thread: VHS to DVD, just how good a quality am I going to be able to get?

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    Default VHS to DVD, just how good a quality am I going to be able to get?

    I recently started converting some educational VHS tapes to DVD on my computer.

    I am using the Leadtek TV2000XP TV tuner card for video capture and Nero Vision Express for the software.

    I've made a few DVD's already but I notice that when the people move, there is a blur at the edges of their arms, legs, etc. The VHS tapes aren't the greatest quality but playing them sure doesn't produce these effects.

    What's causing this? Would a better capture card, like the Hauppage 150 for example, fix this problem?
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    It has to do with memory, and the software. Ulead captures pretty well, try that, and buy some more memory. And burn with whatever program you capture with. That works perfectly for me on my Dazzle-DVC90 USB capture device (I capture with Pinnacle, dunno if there is a trial for that though)
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    Buy more memory? Dude, did you look at my sig. I got 2 gigs already. I don't need more memory.
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    this has to do with telecide/interlace. check here and let us know if this is your problem
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