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what do i need to convert vhs to digital hardwear and software

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by richard wragg, Dec 28, 2003.

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    i want the cheapest way of converting vhs to dvd hardware and software no bull keep it simple thanks richard
     
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    Dazzle DVC 80 is the ultimate USB video connector for all video sources such as camcorders, TV, and VCRs. Featuring built-in audio/video ports and easy-to-use video editing software Pinnacle Studio QuickStart, archiving your analogue videotapes (VHS, VHS-C, Hi8 Video8) onto digital media such as VideoCD, S-VideoCD or even DVD has never been so simple. Edit or simply cut unwanted parts out of your video footage using Studio QuickStart and create CDs or interactive DVDs. For those new to video creation, Dazzle DVC 80 is the perfect solution for easy, fun and fast results.

    www.dabs.com
    quicklinx: 2THGDT
    £45.82

    The above is an external convertor that plugs into your PC via a USB2.0 port. If you only have USB1.1 then you will need to add a PCI (internal) card with USB2.0 on which will cost around £20 and is also available from the above site.

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