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If needed, I may pick up something newer that can work as this is a project I'm just trying to scrape together with stuff I have laying around. https:// There is no analog tuner and no analog connections for analog capture, so you won't be able to use it to capture the output from a VCR.You will need to find a different USB device to capture the analog signal from a VCR.My computer is very nice so i don't think that this is a problem. If Amarec doesn't see HUFFYUV then HUFFYUV isn't installed correctly. If a background process is hogging up 100 percent of the CPU for 250 ms then zero percent for the rest of the second that will show up as 25 percent CPU usage in Task Manager.But if the capture program isn't allowed to run during that 250 ms interval it may drop 8 frames.Check the settings in the VCR on-screen menus: if there is any sort of "stabilizer" circuit turned on (as with many JVC vcrs), try turning it off (the vcr stabilizer feature sometimes backfires, causing exactly these symptoms).The split screen VCR display is unusual but not unheard of.Television receiver circuitry is designed to follow the imperfect sync that may result from a compromised radio signal.The task of analog-to-digital conversion is far more exacting and converters vary, by design, in their ability to follow wonky video.

OTOH, if changing the VCR or EZcap makes the issue go away, your problem was one of those devices.

The stabilizer box awgie suggested only cures such problems if they are caused by the MV protection signals often found on Hollywood commercial tapes. If yes, the stabilizer could repair some of these symptoms, otherwise it won't do much of anything.

If this is a personal tape recorded off-air or with a camcorder, you'll need to try a different EZcap device and/or VCR to narrow down the problem.

Ie, the CPU must be available exactly when it's needed, not just "on average".

Hi, I'm trying to capture video from my old VHS tapes to digital format.

OTOH, if changing the VCR or EZcap makes the issue go away, your problem was one of those devices.

The stabilizer box awgie suggested only cures such problems if they are caused by the MV protection signals often found on Hollywood commercial tapes. If yes, the stabilizer could repair some of these symptoms, otherwise it won't do much of anything.

If this is a personal tape recorded off-air or with a camcorder, you'll need to try a different EZcap device and/or VCR to narrow down the problem.

Ie, the CPU must be available exactly when it's needed, not just "on average".

Hi, I'm trying to capture video from my old VHS tapes to digital format.

I figured it might work to let me Play via the VCR and record via my PC (Windows 10) but I haven't been able to find any software to do the actual recording.