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Tv anywhere plus tv card skew between audio and video capture.

Recording a tv program or strait input from cassette video recorder - there is a skew created between the audio and the video data, in two hour recording - the shift is more than 2 seconds... imposible to watch!
is there any good advice that you can give me

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