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Working with these bad boys today, capturing some lossless .avi and waching free space dropping fast AF.

Working with these bad boys today, capturing some lossless .avi and waching free space dropping fast AF.

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  1. I’m curious what you’re using to capture this. I have a hundred old VHS tapes laying around at home.

  2. Like a true DataHoarder the photo had to be a high resolution of course! <3

  3. I just do it in my home town, i posted in local fbook groups. Most customers are mild mannered older ladies with family movies to convert. Iv never had problems. If it doesnt come out properly i just dont charge them

  4. While on the topic, if anyone has a copy of either Bear in the Big Blue House or the earlier seasons of Sesame Street or know how to get them, I’d appreciate it if you could let it be known. I’ll even offer to transfer some funds for a drink or two.

  5. and now you have a business, how much do you a charge per tape?

  6. I’m bookmarking this thread because I’m interested in digitising about twenty vhs cctv security tapes from 2000. I’m working on other projects but I hope to return to this.

  7. I’m bookmarking this thread because I’m interested in digitising about twenty vhs cctv security tapes from 2000. I’m working on other projects but I hope to return to this.

  8. i gave up on lossless for VHS, there’s no visual difference between it and a low CRF h264/h265

  9. I have ripped everything I know that isn’t digital. I run a small business converting VHS in the UK

    https://convertandrepair.wordpress.com/

  10. I’ve used this little box “Pinnacle Video Transfer”, saving to a USB flash drive, and it’s handy, but I don’t quite like the quality, it has, well, blocks. I wonder what I should do. Perhaps PCI TV tuner card and VirtualDub? I hadn’t really even realized the possibilities of PCI TV tuner cards… or how on earth are they used…

  11. Where can I buy a NEW VHS? I really want to have one now…

  12. There’s something that feels almost magical about transferring analog media to digital, especially using some odd setup that took a lot of trial and error to perfect. There’s always a seemingly better way to do something like this according to someone else, but the process still always makes me feel like some cyberpunk decker character when it all comes together!

  13. Wait, do tapes really hold *that* much data once converted over?

  14. Note there are codecs that will allow 2:1 lossless compression. It can add up depending on how many hours you are converting.

    (in fact there is a problem with codec-less encoding as the bitstream rate can be too high to handle in some cases)

    I vaguely remember HUFFYUV but there are probably better ones by now

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huffyuv

    oh yeah, x265 has a lossless mode too, forgot about that

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_codecs#Video_compression_formats

  15. Okay. Can I PM you for some help on capture and stuff? Been trying for over a year to get good results.

  16. Sweet. I wish my brother didn’t trash the Sony SLV-R1000s we used to have 🙁 Those were great editing decks for when we were making movies on vhs.

  17. Look at transcoding the AVIs into FFV1 for long term storage. It’s saving me ~55% of the original size. There’s a lot more I could say about the codec — you should definitely look into it.

  18. What do you do to handle dim scenes / bloom?

    When I would try to capture back in the day I had to constantly fuck with gamma to get a consistent image

  19. What resolution and frame rate do you transfer them to? Do you use progressive (interpolated maybe?) or interlaced scan?

  20. Nice. I’ve captured some home videos off VHS and 8mm tape. If you run into problems with tapes that roll or have other issues (and sometimes won’t capture as a result) look into a time-base-corrector. I happen to have [this one](https://www.datavideo.com/us/product/TBC-1000).

  21. Very nice!

    I’ve actually considered doing media transfer (VHS, 8mm, cassette tapes, slides, photos, etc) to digital as a side business. I think it could make some decent money. My only concern is if VCR ends up eating the tape… then you have one pissed customer.

  22. Decks look a little beat, make sure the heads are clean.

  23. Working on some home video tapes, will keep the original files (Lagarith Lossless Codec) and create some “easy to share enhanced version” but I haven’t chosen the format yet. So any advice is welcome