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Old 09-11-2005, 08:24 PM   #1
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Exclamation Bad video through a video card

I bought a video capture card, and I would like to capture all of my VHS and put them to a DVD, but everytime I capture, the video looks really bad. Can anyone help me? I'm using a AverDVD EZMaker PCI Capture Card.
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u are watching the dvds in a dvd-player or ur computer?
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Either way, the DVD is protected. you need to decrypt it first
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Well, the DVD is not the problem - the problem is when I try to transfer the video from my camcorder to the computer, the videos look blurry and stuff when I save it at 720x480, but it looks good when I view it not full screen. This is my second capture card that I bought, but my first one had the same problem, which is why I changed to a different one. I can save the video at a different resolution (smaller), but I don't know how to enlarge it, and have a good quality video.
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