Question about Cameras
Converted all my Hi-* home videos to DVD. I first started by doing video capture to my computer, and then authoring and burn a DVD. This required special hardware and software. It was very time consuming, and the results were so-so. I then went to Walmart and bought their cheapest DVD video recorder, and hooked it up directly to my Hi-8 video camera. This was very easy, and the results were great. Recommend this method. Walmart no longer sells the model DVD recorder that I have, but here's their latest cheap one (and people seem to like it):
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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