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DarthKenobi

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#681511
Topic
Star Wars 1982, TESB 1984, and Rotj 1986 VHS restoration (* unfinished project *)
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none said:

Please refer to comments made in:

http://originaltrilogy.com/FORUM/topic.cfm/star-wars-original-edition/topic/16026/page/1/

http://originaltrilogy.com/FORUM/topic.cfm/Star-Wars-Lightspeed-edition/topic/16196/page/1/

http://originaltrilogy.com/forum/topic.cfm/Star-Wars-special-edition-VHS-restoration/post/680244/

 I changed the name from original edition to lightspeed edition. I was doing the SE VHS restoration for one of the sources for my lightspeed edition (SE restoration is canceled).

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#681404
Topic
Star Wars special edition VHS restoration (* unfinished project *)
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Moth3r said:

More info please, e.g.:

What VHS deck are you using? DVD recorder or capture card? Any post-processing (you need to at least IVTC if you want to upscale)? Why do you feel it is necessary to upscale to 1080p and what are you using to do this?

 I am using RCA USB Cables,a VCR, and a VHS to DVD program called "Golden Videos". I record the VHS footage on to a DVD (I only turn the Blu-Ray to 1080p HD by using "VideoPad" Video Editor to render it so, it can be played in 1080p HD. Then, I burn it onto a Blu-Ray Disc by using a Blu-Ray burner.). Then, I use "ImgBurn" to turn the DVD/Blu-Ray footage into an ISO.