afvcis 11:59 16 Mar 05

Eqp,JAP D900T,160GB firewire hard drive.(as reviewed MAY)what the best and easy way to transfer old vhs home movie to dvd

  TomJerry 12:36 16 Mar 05

work the same way as VHS, cost from £99+

if you want to use PC, you need a TV capture card, cost from £30+.

with recordable DVD player, one hour video take one hour to convert

with computer, one hour video takes two hours or more to convert

  pj123 13:02 16 Mar 05

Agree with TomJerry. I started with a Capture card (still got it) to copy all my old Beta tapes to DVD and a 3 hour VHS/Beta tape takes around 7 hours to complete. I now have a stand-alone DVD recorder and the transfer is real time, plus a few minutes to finalise as and when necessary.

Plus, of course, I can also record from the TV direct to DVD.

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  TomJerry 16:02 16 Mar 05

one hour video will take at least two hours to convert, one hour capture and another hour encording and burning.

LiteOn LVW-5006B All-Write Home Dvd Recorder will do better job and more useful £144 click here

  pj123 16:57 16 Mar 05

Here we are again agreeing with TomJerry. I have the Liteon LVW 5005, so simple to use and does the job admirably. I got mine at ebuyer for £120 but doesn't seem to be available anymore, possibly because it is now 5006?

  afvcis 08:27 17 Mar 05

Thanks, Iv got a LiteOn recorder, old one ,R,RW+ONLY,I will give it a go.

  GRFT 09:23 17 Mar 05


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