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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:45 pm  Post subject: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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hey all i was wonderin how do u know if movie is a vhs-rip if it aint labled vhs-rip cus i heard u cud burn vhs-rips to blank cd-r and what software is best fer burnin them to cd-r and how long wud it take...someone plz help me cus i wanna burn lot of the vhs-rips to blank cd-r also is it like watchin a vhs movie when burnin to cd-r...thanx...


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 11:10 pm  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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I am not an expert but I would say that you can tell that a rip is from a VHS source if the aspect ratio is 4:3 and the qualty is bad (much noise and blurry image). While this is also true for some DVD rips those are most likely VHS to DVD transfers, which might also belong into the VHS category.

You have different possibilities to burn a rip onto a CD-r:
  • create a Video-CD / SVideo-CD (the rip needs to be mpeg-1 / mpeg-2 encoded - playable with ALMOST ALL standalones)
  • create a Data CD with the video file on it (encoded with XviD/Divx and put into AVI/MKV container - ONLY playable with specific standalones)

As for the software to burning them. Use Nero for any kind of CD or ImgBurn for Data CDs.

Cling wrote:
how long wud it take...

I am not sure what you mean here. Burning the data? Creating the rip? Nevertheless both depend on your computer's / cd-record's speed and which codec (audio/video) you use for encoding.

I am sure there are a lot of questions still open. Please ask them as accurately as possible so we can help you.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 12:11 am  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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thanx so much ill try one of those but my dvd player plays all vcd and svcd wid xvid/divx


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:23 am  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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some people like using a capture card for vhs ripping but i myself use a dvd recorder kind of like a vhs recorder but for dvds :lol: and once the vhs to dvd transfer is done u can rip it like a normal dvd to make an avi or so on.

i do alot of them when i can

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:31 pm  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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I use a capture card myself for VHS rips. I use the HuffYUV losseles codec for capturing.

Qualityloss is your biggest enemy when capturing from analog sources like VHS tapes. In my case usage of cables result in qualityloss.

Using a DVD recorder might be a more comfortable solution. Only problem I see is that a VHS to DVD transfer probably uses the MPEG-2 codec which results in quality loss since it is a lossy codec. I however believe that this is the better solution.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 6:36 pm  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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i just don't like tieing up my computer with capturing

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2008 5:04 am  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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video-man wrote:
i just don't like tieing up my computer with capturing


I've been using an old system (an Athlon XP1600 I think) that does nothing but
sit by the TV and record VHS tapes and some shows from the cable box. So far
I have not had any problems with capturing (hauppauge 150 WinTv) /
authoring (DVD Architect 3) /burning (ImgBurn).
The card rips directly to mpg, I crop it with Video Redo which does
a wonderful job at cropping without a re-encode.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:32 pm  Post subject: Re: How To Burn VHS-Rips
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Make a pizza and burn VHSRIP with cheese and salami und potato sauce! :googley:

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