Some guy on another galaxy said:
My recommendation is to take your VHS and Hi-8 tapes and transfer them through a Time-Base Corrector (such as the DataVideo TBC-1000) onto DV tape, using the DVCAM format on your Sony DSR-11 recorder. The Time-Base Corrector cleans up problems with your VHS video, such as chroma smear, drop-outs, tearing and other bad things.
Now I seem that these devices are very expensive. Which may compensate the effort and time. But I just realized another idea... If I just record these tapes and hi8 cassettes onto my computer using DataVideo TBC-1000 while using huffyuv can I then convert them to DV-CAM format resulting in the same thing but more cheaper? Doing this Will it get rid of the click and jerky noises my ADVC-110 produce on the DV when the tape has audio track issues?