Transfer VHS to DVD Method

Transferring  a VHS tape  to a DVD sounds like something hard to do but in reality it’s not.  It’s basically taking what is on tape and converting it to a digital file that can be burned onto a DVD or any media source for backup and preservation purposes. The best way to preserve and copy your VHS tapes is to purchase a complete VHS to DVD conversion kit. View Video of the below steps here What hardware you need: 1. USB video Adapter 2. USB extension cable 3. RCA video cable 4. Blank DVD’s 5. DVD Burner 6.  Capture and edit video software 7.  A manual and guide on how to use the software and setup all the above. ( Optional but helps) You can go out and search all over town for the needed materials to convert vhs to DVD’s or to a digital format but it will cost you a lot of time and a few hundred bucks.  That is why we recommend you simply purchase a pre-maid kit that is designed just for VHS to DVD conversion.  There are several on the market.  The only kit I have used can be found here. The above mentioned kit comes with everything you needed except the DVD burner and computer.  Chances are you have a computer and if it’s under 5 years old you most likely have a DVD burner with it. Check out this Transfer VHS to DVD Conversion Kit 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...

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