Question about Samsung DVD-VR375 DVD Recorder/VCR
I am trying to copy my old home VHS movies to DVD. I have problems with the images, how can I adjust old images to appear perfect on the dvd?? Some videos are very old and always appears lines black and white on the screen. What can I do to record good dvds?
There are two ways. One is the old way and the other by computer.
First the old way, you can get a video processor/mixer. These vary in price depending on how much you want to improve the image or add things or even do tricks. The video player ouput is fed into the box and the output to TV so you can see the effect the box has on the picture. Most will improve signal, colour and stop picture rolls and jump (they won't deal with macrovision). Some have sound controls too! They were used a lot for camcorder work in the past. So you might get one cheap on E-Bay.
And the new way is to connect the video to your PC and you can get software to digitally remaster the video, which it will then output to a DVD recorder. If you have a PC that can handle the big video files, it's more economic and you will get heaps better images.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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