Hello, hopefully someone here knows the answer to my question.
I'm currently digitizing sVHS tapes using JVC VHS player, together with 'Elgato Video Capture' software.
I'm having the same consistent problems with all the tapes that say "ADAT" on them. All of them do not have any picture or sound. Tape is spinning, but 'No Signal' keep blinking on the screen.
I've made a significant business shift going all in on video work. As I have talked about before soundtracks are very important for video.
For the last year and a half all of the custom sound tracks I've made have been ITB programmed with midi with additional guitars using amp sims, mixed on ear buds.
Just moved to a new place and all of a sudden all my microphones have a weird computerized beeping sound that I can only describe as sounding like some sort of data transfer.
Video has an Ambient Recording ACN-CL (which outputs carry timecode and genlock) and can provide me with output from the Ambient on a BNC cable.
I have a MOTU DTP, which has a BNC video input that can genlock to video and to VITC.
Just wondering if you guys use the auto save function in your daw. I previously haven't but am considering it for the new setup.
If you are using it, how often do you have it save a backup?
Alsp how many backups do have have it set to store, before it overwrites the oldest one?
We have a conference coming up next week for all of our senior staff and directors.
How much does this apply today?