Capturing from VHS/DVD on Conversion Station
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The Conversion Station has an analog video to DV convertor (ADCV-110). There is a DVD player and a VHS deck connected to an input select box which is connected to the convertor. There is also a S-Video cable and 2 audio cables connected to the Aux input on the input select box.
Recording Set Up
- Select VCR, DVD or Aux on the input select box.
- Set the input of the converter to Analog.
- The video output of the convertor can be viewed on the video monitor.
Premiere Set Up
- Open Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 and select New Project.
- Click the Browse button
- Select the Storage drive on the left.
- Click New Folder, give it a name and select Choose.
- Name the Project and click OK
- In the New Sequence window click cancel.
- Under Window select Capture and the capture image will mirror the video monitor output.
- Hit Record button at the bottom of the Capture Window. Hit Stop stop.
- in the Save Captured Clip window name the clip and click OK
- Clip should then appear in Premiere Project Window.
- The clips will be in the folder you previously made.
If you are copying from a commercially produced tape or disc there may be copy protection. The image might look wavy or the color will fade in and out. The convertor has a mode to remove the copy protection.
- Press and hold the analog/digital input select button on the convertor.
- Hold the button until the color bars appear on the video monitor and wait until they disappear.