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  • AmuroRey
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    Originally posted by FilthyRichy View Post
    Thanks for responding.

    I think it might be the tape thats at fault.
    The lights are fine on the ADVC-55. I've tried other VHS tapes today and they all work perfectly, so maybe a 'Time Base Corrector' is what I need... just for this one tape!

    Thanks,

    Rich
    Good to ear that !

    Luca

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    Thanks for responding.

    I think it might be the tape thats at fault.
    The lights are fine on the ADVC-55. I've tried other VHS tapes today and they all work perfectly, so maybe a 'Time Base Corrector' is what I need... just for this one tape!

    Thanks,

    Rich

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  • kbosward
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    Rich, you may need to look at getting a TBC (Time Base Corrector) to recontruct the video sync signals if the source quality is poor.

    Ken.

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  • AmuroRey
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    Look if you see the side LED of the ADVC-55 flashing green and red ...
    It's a very popular problem for ADVC-55 to loose frames from tape.
    Many other customer, like me, on the forum have many problem with ADVC-55
    I think there are something wrong in that unit

    Luca

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    Problems importing LP vhs tape with ADVC-55

    Hi,

    I'm trying to import some video footage from a VHS tape. There's about 5 hours on there. I'm using adobe premiere to import the tape with a Canopus ADVC-55.

    It seems to be missing parts of the tape as its capturing. Is this because the tape is long play? If so, do I have to set up something in Premiere, like a frame rate or something?

    Any help much appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Rich
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