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ON RECORDING DVD FROM TAPE THE PICTURE ON MY COMPUTER SC REEN IS RUNNING JERKY.THEN WHEN THE DVD HAS COPIED THE VIDEO ON PLAYBCK THE MUSIC IS OUT OF TIME WITH THE FILM TIME ITS REALY THE CYNCRONISATION IS OUT PLEASE HELP?

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There can be a whole gambit of issues with these Dazzle devices. I hate them. Also friend have tried to copy to PC via firewire from mini DV camcorders. After a video of just a few minutes they run into lipsync problems.

For what its worth, I've managed to copy my VHS home video to DVD without issue and you may already have the equipment.

I hook up my VHS recorder with a DVD recorder which also has a HDD. Daisy chaining it on to a TV to monitor. All with scart leads.

Play the tape, record to the DVD hard drive. Finally edit and dub to DVD.

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