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Old camcorder to computer file is it possible.

How the hell do you accomplish this type of recording or transferring from vhs to the computer

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Hey and thanks for the reply! i did find a solution to my problem after many hours of searching. i tried loging into my roxio thingy where you can make your own movie type deal and after fooling around with the pictures and videos i had already chose for my movie, i then created it and saved it to my file. after all that **** i was browsing around and found in the menu to the left videos. so i clicked on it and another list of options dealing with videos popped up. i then read one that said capture videos. capturing from the camcorder to the pc. so i clicked on that number and plugged in my old as hell camcorder to the pc i have wich is an hp pavillion home media center m8020n running with vista compatable and wallah i was able to capture all the old vhs recordings to the pc and into my files labled videos. so thanks for everything and spread the word if anyone running this type of set up that the old can work on this peice of equipment.

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