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guys please help recording vhs to hdd then dvd aagghhh

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by moomin2005, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. moomin2005

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    right i am transfering my vhs tapes to my pc via composite via tv card

    i have only found 1 program that have a very good picture after recording but the problem is it is using over 100gb yes 100gb for only 1-2 mins of video

    anyone any idea whats wrong

    please please help


    many thanks
     
  2. Roy Mallard

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    Sounds like a hard drive kernal panic, I need more info on hardware & software.
     
  3. moomin2005

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    the tv capture card is lifeview prime 30 and soft is mainconcept pvr

    but its only doin it with this software but i have tried loads and this gives the best pic
     
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    Can HDD write 100Gb of info in 2 mins ?
     
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    No chance.

    It would probably take around 15 minutes using IDE or SATA HDD which are 7200rpm on a PC with a decent system board.

    RAID drives would be quicker if they were configured for speed rather than data integrity but you still couldn't shift 100GB in two minutes on a home PC.
     

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