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So these days, you usually cannot go down to the local electronics store and buy a VCR. Sure, you might find a combination unit, but these are not really what we want out of a player. So now where do you turn to? There are a few options.

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Partial TBCs are exactly as they sound, a device that will correct the video sync, but not as cleanly or professionally as some higher models. Some partial TBCs include the Videonics Video Equalizer. The Sima Video CopyMaster I mentioned above is also considered by some to be a partial TBC. It has been said to be good for handling more delicate sources that a full TBC may rip apart while trying to repair.

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Time Base Correctors are usually broken down into full correctors and partial correctors. Now, a full time base corrector can cost a lot of money as it is a device usually meant for professional video studio use. The practical reason for a TBC is to mix older messy VHS with newer time stable equipment that may be confused by the VCR's signal. This cleaning up the signal by correcting sync has a side effect of removing macrovision. But how? A TBC strips down and rebuilds the video signal before piping it out to other components, and can be a big help even on videos with no copy protection (as with digital video stabilizers). Some full TBCs can cost as high as several thousands of dollars while lower-end devices are still placed around $755 and up.

For one, make sure you're cables are all decent. I'm not saying go out and buy Monster cables, but make sure you didn't cut the cable and tape it back together, and make sure the connectors are not faulty. Also make sure you have the connectors you need. Keep s-video with s-video and composite with composite. DO NOT use an adapter to convert s-video to composite or composite to s-video. These do not work too well and are thought to degrade quality more than anything. If your video processor happens to have a strange connector, it is probably BNC which is a professional connection usually for coaxial cable. You can buy an adapter to change this to RCA really inexpensively, though you need to stick with composite.

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When playing video files saved on storage media or in the system storage, (Next) will not be available. Also, selecting (Previous) will cause playback to start from the beginning of the video file.

Lastly, turn off any nearby device that can cause interference. This includes other media playback devices, cell phones, speakers, and anything else you might think could be a problem. Better safe than sorry.

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This is a guide about the logistics of ripping a VHS tape. Why would anyone want to do this? Surprisingly, there are a lot of films that never made it on to DVD, and are stuck back in the age of magnetic tape. On top of this, other films have editions, workprints, or alternate scenes only available on an older tape release. The only way to watch them is to hunt down a used tape and hope for the best. With this guide, hopefully people can become more aware of how to rip from a tape, and save some lost classics!