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I'm not sure why they are not lining up, perhaps there is some problem with the audio track near the beginning that is causing truncation at the start. Unless you have meaningful information there, my suggestion would be to remove the silence at the end of the audio file (since it is clear when it goes perfectly silent) and then end align rather than start ...
Since you don't seem to want to make any changes, just rip the whole DVD to an ISO image and then burn that to blank media. I recommend Imgburn.
After a few hours of searching, I was only able to find this. I don't know if that's kind of what you are looking for, or at least gives you the info you need to modify the channel volume. I hope it helps!
Under the video tab, you'll see two options. Video Codec, which is how the video is encoded (h.264 is the standard for .mp4 files), and Quality, which controls the level of video compression that occurs. It's the Quality slider that you're mostly worried about if you want to keep it an mp4. Drag that slider to the right to improve the quality (this will ...
Assuming DVD quality would be enough, you may consider archiving 720p mpeg-4 files with a bitrate of 2 Mbits, which would equate roughly to 1 hour = 1 GB data. That would mean 27,000 hours = 27,000 GB = 27 Terabytes. So you need to consider a 50 TB storage system (including redundancy and overhead) and a tape backup system as well (LTO-6 has an uncompressed ...
There are lots of things to consider before committing to an operation of this size, but there is also an imperative to act quickly. Given that it's SP Betacam and Umatic the tapes are probably beginning to reach the end of their playable life. In a decade they may all be paperweights. A good place to start is the U.S. Federal Agencies Digitization ...
For that kind of quantity, you probably want to look in to a robotic solution that can load and transfer tapes unattended in to a cataloged system. Doing a quick search showed SAMMA as one promising option. I don't have any direct experience with this particular kind of problem, but I can't imagine that manual tape loading or buying an entire robotic ...
Your paper is asking for an impossible data point unless you have some method of evaluation specified. By definition, lossy compression results in a loss of data. Modern lossy compression is very good at discarding data that is not visually meaningful to people, but it is still discarding data. The amount of data loss when related to a human viewer is ...
It works for me, but everything has a green tint and the higher the brightness the less any color but green is visible. Using a sony trinitron.
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