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How do I convert VHS to DVD

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by froggy334, Nov 6, 2007.

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  1. froggy334

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    Hi all! I have a few old home movies that are on VHS. I would like to burn them to a DVD but don't know what software/hardware to use. Paying someone would probably be easier but i'd like to learn how to do it myself to save some expense. Thanks a bunch!
     
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  3. froggy334

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    Thanks buck52! I didn't see that forum. :)
     
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    I found it the easiest to buy a MAGNASONIC tape+DVD burner in a combination unit for 200 Canadian Dollars at Walmart, just followed the steps in the instructions, dubbing and did not have to connect anything to a computer or buy programs. The advantage was, that equipment, cables, programs for the computer would have cost me much more. And I can still use the device for regular VHS or DVD viewing. Just make sure it says, "BURNING" not just playing both, those are cheaper. and the only brand I found, was magnasonic
     
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