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help with video conversion

by ravishing1 / June 21, 2010 6:42 AM PDT

Hi,
I am trying to convert my old 8mm camcorder (not Hi8) tapes to DVD using a Toshiba DVD writer. My camcorder has a single cable each for audio and video output. When everything is connected, I can see the video play perfectly in the camcorder viewfinder, but it comes out very jumpy and not good on television. Any idea why it would be so? Thanks.

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Toshiba DVD writer?
by Pepe7 / June 22, 2010 8:31 AM PDT

Please be more specific about all of the makes/models/software/etc you are using in your current conversion process. Help us help you Wink

cheers,
Pedro

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Ok, I am just guessing here.
by ahtoi / June 22, 2010 11:13 AM PDT

On the Toshiba, setup video "progression" to off if it's been on. I can't think of any other reason other than that.

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