Re: convert dvd to digital to view/save in computer
I would suggest Xilisoft DVD ripper. It allows you to rip DVD's to various formats (particularly the .avi format which is popular as it takes up minimal space (usually around 700mb, depending on the length of the movie) whilst providing optimal video and audio quality. ). Just so you are aware, Xilisoft isn't the only one out there but I've found it to work really well.
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To save the video on a computer, a firewire connections must first be established from the JVC GR-DX307 AS to the appropriate firewire port of the laptop (assuming it has one or through a PCMCIA firewire adapter card if required). In the camera, the FireWire/DV port is located beneath the mode dial on the left side of the JVC GR-DX307’s body. To access the FireWire/DV port, the LCD monitor must be first opened.
Soon as that connection is established, you can use Windows Import Video (Vista) to capture / download the videos.
Alternately, the A / V port of the camera maybe used to connect to a DVD Recorder for direct, realtime copying & burning. For the disc to be playable in another machine, it must be finalized.
A lot of games and movies you can save to your computer. But they all have copyright protection embedded into the CD or DVD. Makes it really hard to copy if not impossible with the new Blue Ray Now there is a cool company that offers free software to convert CD to DVD and many, many types. And worth having if the problem is not related. Go this link and download the quick media converter.Quick Media Converter V 3.6.5
If you know how to boot the computer into bios look for the boot section and check to see if the cd rom is there if not change the settings to show a cd rom and than save and reboot but i think you may have damaged the cd rom when you forced it open these are pretty delicate devices , force should never be used .
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You need to purchase a device that converts analog video to digital. It looks like a little box (or cable) with video and audio inputs on one side and a USB or firewire connector on the other. There are lots of choices and prices depending on whether you want to edit the video or just view it on your computer.
By the way, don't be confused by those set top boxes that convert Digital TV signals to your old TV because of the February change in broadcast standards. That's completely a different issue.
you cant directly play the video taken from a dvd....you have to convert the video from the dvd into a compatible format of your player... try to convert that dvd video into the compatible format and then play the videos.... the format can be mp4/3gp/wmv
I assume you mean a Digital Reciever. If so, and the Digital box has two scarts, connect as follows:- Connect the VCR scart to the "Input" scart of the DVD, the output scart of this to the "VCR" scart on the Digi-box, and the "TV" scart of this to the T.V. You need BOTH switched on. On the T.V. select to view the scart that the box is on and on the DVD select to view "Scart Input". You will now be viewing the VHS. When you want to view the DVD just change the selection.
If you want to record your video tapes on to DVD's using your computer you will need to install on to the computer a video and audio capture card that is compatible to the player that you are going to use for the source. Along with that you will need to install the necessary software that comes with the capture card set, and also you will need the matched interface cables. The computer will also need a large enough hard disk to hold the video information.
You need a player that is compatible to read the old tapes. You can feed the player to a video capture card on your computer. You can then record the video programs on to your computer. After they are recorded, you can start buring DVD's.
There are also professional services that will transfer video tapes to DVD's. They will have much better quality equipment than what you could afford for home use, and you will save a lot of time, energy, and cost compared to doing this yourself, unless you are determined to do it and don't care about the time and cost.