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Hi. I don't have HDTV service so I'm unable to try this out. I was hoping someone can answer this question for me: What happens when you try to videotape an HDTV signal with either VHS or Betamax?

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I'd also chip in with the fact that HDMI is digital and SCART is analogue.

 

If you have a HD digital box, it possibly has a scart output, but that will only be standard definition (you will be able to record this, but there will be no increase in resolution)

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What about a scart adaptor with an SVHS ?

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SVHS is no higher resolution, it's just not interlaced like standard VHS. Standard VHS only displays 240 rows of pixels at a time, then it displays the other 240 rows. SVHS shows over 400 per scan, giving the impression of a crisper picture.

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Yes that was my thought-a better picture rather than increased res.

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If you can record HDTV, it will only be recorded in standard resolution.

 

It is of course possible to record HD, using Sky/Virgin + services, or a HD/Blu-Ray recorder that supports HD.

 

I myself have a Windows Media Center PC setup that records my fave TV progs (although only in standard res). I do aim to upgrade this to HD recording though, for this Ill need:-

 

Virgin HD Box - Too replace my standard Virgin Box (I believe there is now a no monthly fee version)

 

HDMI HD capture Card (to replace my standard capture card).

 

Alas HD capture cards are a bit pricey and I will need a complete upgrade of my Windows Media PC.

 

Andy

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