Video capture from a VCR

  Woolwell 17:05 20 Mar 06
Locked

I have some old VHS tapes (some are old cine transferred to tape) which I now want to transfer to PC and then burn on DVD. Does anyone have any recommendations for a USB video capture device?

  Stuartli 17:25 20 Mar 06

A Twinhan Freeview DVB-ter Digital + Audio (D+A) TV card will provide the means to do this, along with inputs from other devices such as a games console.

It also comes in handy for watching TV..:-)

click here

I haven't used mine for this purpose yet but, no doubt when I get time.....

  wjrt 22:03 20 Mar 06

or mebbe quicker and easier nip into Asda buy cyberhome 1600 dvd recorder for £68 and do it in real time and still have a dvd fecorder to play with

  FUl2tiV3 20:38 22 Mar 06

Stuartli

have/can you edit the recorded programmes? eg to remove adverts etc? i use sony movie studio as a rule, which supports mpeg2. have virtual dub too.

i am interested in getting a tv card, and notice you have reccomended this one often. does the card use a lot of system resources when running? or can you run other tasks easily?

thanks in advance

  pj123 18:20 24 Mar 06

Agree with wjrt, although I don't have the Asda one. I have the Liteon.

I also have a USB capture unit (Dazzle Fusion)
But it takes up to 7 hours to transfer a 3 hour VHS tape to DVD.

Dazzle Fusion from: click here

The Liteon standalone: click here

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

What is ransomware and how do I protect my PC from WannaCry?

Disney layout supervisor Rob Dressel on the challenges of visualising Moana

Siri vs Google Assistant