What hardware do I need to connect a VHS recorder (NOT S-video) to my PC

  fjb45 14 Oct 12
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My VHS recorder is a Samsung SV-655B. It does NOT support S-video. The only output sockets it has are:

"AV1 (EURO AV) In/Out SCART (EURO-21) Socket"; "RCS Audio L, R ouput sockets".

My PC runs Windows 7 Home Premium and has Firewire as well as USB sockets.

I have both Adobe Premiere Elements and VideoStudio packages, so I guess that I don't need (yet another!!!) package.

Any ideas about what I need to make an operational physical link between the VHS recorder and the PC?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14 Oct 12

Check your PC for input terminals

RCA red+white audio Yellow video?

you cannot use usb or firewire as an input from a TV

  mikal66 16 Oct 12

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/ion-video-2-pc-digital-video-converter-03858475-pdt.html Video 2pc converter available any online shop a bit cheaper

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