Rip Import Copy VCR VHS Video and Burn to DVD with Nero

There are many applications that cover the complete cycle of steps involved in the transfer of video cassettes to DVD. Typically, such fully-featured packages enable you to: capture video from DV cameras or external sources connected to your video capture device edit videos, by trimming unwanted footage from their beginning and end assemble videos into complete movies, with transition effects and added audio tracks create chapters using automatic scene detection and/or by setting them manually encode a video or movie into any of the MPEG or AVI formats record your video/movie to Blu-ray, DVD-Video, Video CD (VCD) and Super Video CD (SVCD). Typically these will allow you to convert your video cassette tapes to DVD in a conventional phased project method of working. If want to do anything more than simply copy a video cassette to DVD – for example, do any editing or manual insertion of chapter points – this is the approach you’ll need to take. Let’s CONVERT AV bundles the nerovision Express 2 application for this purpose. The following is an illustration of how this works. At various points during the process you’ll be able to save your project, to a file with the extension .NVC (which stands for nerovision Express 2 Compilation). The project may then be subsequently resumed from this point, via the Open Saved Project or Disc Image option. Start by selecting the Capture Video to Hard Drive option. Select your capture device and the appropriate capturing template. Use the Configure button to customise the properties of the selected template if required (for example, to specify analogue stereo sound instead of Dolby Digital)....

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