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Old 08-17-03, 11:02 AM   #1
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Default Virtual Dub Filters Help

I'm hoping someone can help me, and bare with me in the process, i'm very new to video card capping.

Anyways, i'm having a problem here with capturing quality. Everytime I cap something there are visible verticle lines going across the picture. I use virtual dub to compress the files. I also record the avi in virtualdub using Divx coedc. The lines keep the picture from being clear. I know this isn't a 200 dollar card, but if this is just the way this card is, I will be returning it. This is very annoying and it turns me off to capturing anything at all. I know i'm not going to get digital clear quality, but all the other captures that I have of TV shows, are clear quality. Not 100% digital, but they don't have these verticle lines/low static issue.

A few people were telling me about a filter in virtual dub, noise reduction, etc..i'm not sure what works.

I posted a short 6 meg clip of one of my caps located at http://www.angelfire.com/pa5/kapswre...deos/test1.avi so you can see the lines im talking about. It's nothing major, but i'm hoping I can do something to get the picture alittle bit more clearer.

Any help would be great. I'm using a cable TV connection to cap of course.

Thanks!!

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Did you try other capture softwares? How did you capture the other videos that had no problems?
Are you using the latest version of Virtual Dub?
What version of DivX do you use? What happens if you compress the video with other format, or even uncompressed?
(I didn't download your video yet)
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Old 08-25-03, 11:34 PM   #3
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That's a very nice video I must say.

And um...this may sound stupid, but what card are you using? You fail to mention.
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