There is a program that does it. Do not despair. I had the same problem and eventually found a prgram to do it. I am just trying now to find the program again because I need to use it for capturing. I will post back when I have the name of it. The problem apparently is that the camcorder doesn't process the 12bit audio properly and although it says that it is cdapturing in 16BIT, it is infact not. Anyways. I'll post back
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hi, I wish you wouldve given us more details regarding the kind of distortion you get on the LCD screen. if objects kinda fuzz out, it can be related to worn headdrum, i.e. worn heads. The heads are
tuned with the input-capacitance of the PB-amplifier on the white-frequency of the recorded RF(is in FM with high frequencies on white) . The wear of the heads will decrease their inductance so the tuned frequency is going up.The video-amplifier and demodulator circuits can`t compensate it.
Another reason can be a misaligned FM modulator( frequencies for black and white are not set correctly). Finally the AVC of the camera itself can be faulty. The guiding posts will never cause such problem but their setscrews tends to get loose. Tighten them