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vhs to dvd
« on: 15. March 2009., 09:21:22 »
Hi can anyone suggest me with some economic solutions to convert VHS video cassettes to dvd's please

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #1 on: 15. March 2009., 09:29:25 »
Hi can anyone suggest me with some economic solutions to convert VHS video cassettes to dvd's please


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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #2 on: 23. March 2009., 23:32:47 »
If you want to do it often, You can buy a video capture device, the cheapest I know is the dazzle which costs around 40, it comes with software that'll help you burn your captured video directly to dvd.

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #3 on: 24. March 2009., 15:18:15 »
Buy a Video Tuner or Video Card with VIVO, record your video using video capturing software like NERO Vision  (Capture Video...) or try using
Intervideo DVD Creator, these soft-tools will record your videos and burned it directly to DVD.

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #4 on: 29. April 2009., 01:44:27 »
I purchased a USB video capture device off eBay ($15 inc. postage) which came with ULead Video Studio software and worked brilliantly. Now I can finally throw out that old VCR  :)
My software never has bugs. It just develops random features. :P

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #5 on: 04. October 2009., 09:49:16 »
no don't throw it out, give it to me, it'll be an antique.. after 10 to 20 years, you can sell it as vintage hehehe

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #6 on: 08. October 2009., 17:51:45 »
buy a video capture device

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Re: vhs to dvd
« Reply #7 on: 07. January 2011., 06:25:58 »
Try NCH software. It converts the video cassettes in to dvd.

 

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