Question about Televison & Video
You can get software that will capture the video and convert it. It will also make the DVD for you. If the video you have picks up the signal then so should the capture software. They have options to set the capture signal to the French system so that shouldn't be a problem. You however will need a computer that can cope with the video signals. Otherwise it will record it but the picture will jump as the signals drop.
There are some cheap software on the market for doing these, such as Sony Movie Studio, Magix Movie Editor and one made by Serif.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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