Question about Video Cameras
I recently bought a dvdr to put my old 8mm home videos recorded with a Samsung VP-M50 on dvd,but the playback of the camera is very choppy in parts where the camera is moving around in the video.It was not like this when i viewed these videos in the past.On the still parts it's fine and it's also fine if i view the video in the "peep hole" of the camera.It comes out choppy on the dvd as well.
First i thought it was a problem with the dvdr,but if i view the live feed of the camera and move the camera around through the dvdr connection the choppyness doesn't happen.
I also cleaned the head using a dynex 8mm head cleaner and still no go.
Does anyone have any suggestions?This issue is making me crazy!!
I have a JVC camcorder as well and I think it's the motor that's bad.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
This seems like a tape playback problem. Can you look at the output of the tape in the camera directly into a monitor? And checking the tapes on another machine would also be good.
The fast movement breakup can be something in the playback circuitry of the camera. It may not show up in the viewfinder. Also yo umay try repacking the tape. Fast forward it to the end and rewind it all the way.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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