LP, XP or FR WHEN DUBBING DVD TO HARDRIVE FOR EDITING?

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  1. 1439nick

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    I have borrowed a 3 fight boxing compilation dvd from a friend which i presume is recorded in LP as it is nearly 4 hours long. It obviously was originally from vhs as it is some old ALI fights of middling picture quality..

    I want to dub it too my hard drive on Panasonic 95, edit out the ads and then reburn it to a new disc. Is it best to dub it in LP onto the hard drive and then just burn it the same quality after editing or should i record it in a higher quality to the harddrive and then FR it when i reburn it onto disc. or record each title in xp and FR it to disc?

    I want to avoid re-encoding it too many times as to keep the best picture quality possible. Has anyone any advice on this?

    Also, when dubbing it to the harddrive will the 3 titles dub concurrently or will i have to dub each title individually?
     
  2. eternaldark

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    if you dub to HDD using a higher setting, it would reduce the number of artifacts due to re-encoding, and once you have edited out the bits you dont want use FR to dub to disc and you shouldn't lose too much quality :thumbsup:
     
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    My adivce is to copy to HD best quality possible.
     

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