Question about Video Cameras
Staples and other office/computer stores normally have very inexpensive (~$50) for "video transfer" devices. Normally they look like little boxes with RCA inputs and connect via USB. The software allows you to capture the video. The devices will work with any device that has RCA output.
Tuner cards are more expensive but have a little more latitude... They often will have coax input as well. If you are also interested in capturing TV (like through your media center on Windows) you might want to look into these. Make sure to buy one that is verified as Media Center Compatible (and the ones with the remote are great to have).
The easy part is physically getting the VCR to connect to the computer though but with the right device, the software will make capturing the video and creating a DVD or avi, etc a piece of cake! Good luck!
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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