Converting VCR Video to DVD Using Canopus ADVC-55

The specific product we’re going to use in this tutorial is effectively a combination of Canopus’s high-quality ADVC-55 analogue-to-DV converter and the company’s Let’s CONVERT software bundle, marketed as an easy-to-use, one-step solution to video capture, conversion and DVD authoring referred to as Let’s CONVERT AV – NOTE: unfortunately it may be difficult to get hold of this software. The pocket-sized, brushed-aluminium unit doesn’t require a power supply when used with the supplied 6-pin FireWire cable. The package also includes an power adapter and 6-pin to 4-pin FireWire cable for users with a non-powered FireWire interface. At the heart of ADVC-55 is Canopus’s award-winning proprietary DV codec chip. Loss of audio/video sync when converting longer segments of video is a common problem with the digitisation of analogue video. Canopus products’ support of locked audio during the conversion process assures perfect audio and video synchronisation. Transfer VHS to DVD Method VCR to DVD – Video Digitisation and Compression Codecs VCR to DVD Conversion – Video Capture Cards and PC Hardware How to Transfer VCR Video to DVD – Preparation Converting VCR Video to DVD Using Canopus ADVC-55 Connecting External DV Converter Hardware to VCR and PC for VHS Video to DVD Transfer Testing the External DV Converter Installing the Software for the ADVC-55 DV Converter – including NERO One-Click Operation of VHS Video to DVD Transfer Using ADVC-55 Rip / Import / Copy VCR VHS Video and Burn to DVD with Nero Labelling your DVDs – tutorial on how to transfer your VCR tapes to...

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