Don't see how you are going to use a video editor on a standalone home dvd recorder. There isn't much you can do anyway on degraded video tapes. The best connection between your VCR and DBVD recorder would be via scart which gives RGB output (best quality) followed by S-Video and then composite video in reducing quality.
Maybe i should have explained a little better, i plan on recording to the dvd recorder using dvd-rw, then transferring to pc for "clean-up", then recording to dvd+r (using MySonic) for better compatibility on said family's player.
Hmm, maybe i should have put that paragraph in my first posting :-(
As for the connection it will suffice as it's from video tapes it won't matter to much, anyhow i've found a plugin for adobe called viviclip, perfect!
Thanks for help
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