I have a few (easy?) related questions.
I have a video (VHS, European PAL) camera and am interested in converting the films to digital format. Some questions in general.
The video format VHS, what is the resolution (width x height) and frame rate?
mpg1 and mpg2 digital formats. Are they lossy? Would it be better to save the converted film (from VHS) as mpg2 or is that just a waste of time because the original analog format would be of low resolution so mpg1 suffices?
VHS isn't measured in resolution the same as something in a digital form, so it does not have a lengthxheight measurement. It's measured in lines, VHS has about 200 lines. You would be better off saving
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