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Then all you need to do is get a pair of VHS machines and connect them via a scart lead. However if you want to copy a film or something which has macro-vision, then you will need a box between them that will correct it. Some people do/did make them but I can't tell you as it is illegal to copy them. You can of course get a video processor to improve the image, probably from places such as Maplin Electronics.
But to be honest you would better to have the recording etc converted to digital first, then you could transfer it back to VHS using just one video machine for uploading to and recording back. Computer shops sell these USB machines and they include the software to improve your recordings.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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