Man o' Lakes wrote on 11/4/2010, 11:57 AM

Are you saying that when you play and are checking the signal in the preview, it is fine, but then this very same

picture deteriorates after you have depressed the record button ? Or are you saying that the burned discs are much poorer than the imported file you see on the timeline? Need to be very precise here.




M o' L



handy23 wrote on 11/4/2010, 7:46 PM

I'm not even trying to burn a disk, I have so much hard drive space I just want to store it and re-play my 25 years of family library as desired. On play back (Editing) though the quality is poor. But I'm a newbee and may not know what I'm doing.


Thanks for jumping in here!!!


Cheers returned!



handy23 wrote on 11/5/2010, 6:14 AM

More Specifics on this issue. The quality of the picture in the preview DOES NOT deteriorate when I push the record button, it only deteriorates when playing back in the editing mode (which is the only way I have figured out how to play it back).


Iowe you a cheers



Man o' Lakes wrote on 11/12/2010, 3:35 AM

Try exporting the file to your hard drive, and play the file in Windows Media Player. VLC is another

popular player, freeware which is also nice, and can literally play everything.  See how the quality

compares to when it is played in the previewer of the program.


Are you wanting to play the recording directly to your TV? If you are, you should use a good

video player program; the previewer is only basic at best.




M o' L