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Conversion is the process of changing one format is to another. Usually this means a software conversion like from MOV to MP4, but can also be a hardware conversion like from HDMI to composite with separated chroma and luminance by cable.

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The 'interface connector' is (almost certainly) a serial control port, not a video output. LVD stored composite analog video, so there are no chroma or difference signals available to assist in digiti …
answered Mar 19 '14 by Jim Mack
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Whatever else you may be facing, one big obstacle is the DVD players themselves. They're not designed to output 1080p. Even if you could get the image onto them in Bluray format, they couldn't output …
answered Aug 29 '15 by Jim Mack
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VHS is already highly 'compressed', so capturing to an uncompressed format is likely overkill. For your purposes MJPEG with a reasonably high quality setting will preserve all your options and shouldn …
answered Apr 9 '13 by Jim Mack
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with S-Video components. I'm not saying you'll get beautiful results, because nothing about VHS is beautiful to begin with. But you would be sure of getting a conversion that doesn't suffer unnecessary losses. …
answered Apr 9 '15 by Jim Mack
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There's lots of detail missing here, but your best solution might be a program like Handbrake, or if you're comfortable at the command line, ffmpeg. "Quick" is relative, but with Handbrake you can que …
answered Aug 14 '16 by Jim Mack
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I can't give you specific commands but since these are fairly short I'd extract the individual frames into a TIFF stack (or similar), then import them at the correct (7fps) frame rate into your editor …
answered May 20 '15 by Jim Mack