A generous donation of a series of medical teaching VHS tapes has been made to me for use by the Radiology Association of which I am the chairperson, and for use by postgraduate medical students at our University. The tapes are from the USA and are NTSC. For easy local use whereby the the teaching files can be viewed from laptop to LCD projector, they should ideally be copied onto DVD. I tried to do this using a multisystem VCR set to output NTLC to Pal, and recording onto my Toshiba DVD recorder. Whilst copying to hard drive, the image was viewable on TV, but when viewing the copy later it flashed rapidly. I've been told that the problem is to do with NTSC as there is no macrovision copy protection on the tapes. I now want to try the PC route and need to get a capture card. Can anyone advise on what hardware and software I need - nothing fancy. My PC is fairly high spec - P4 2.8, 400 gig, I gig RAM, Firewire, multiformat DVD writer.