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Am having a problem with the conversion of my Video Tapes to DVD. where can I find the self-help tools on the program.

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  • Chris M. Dec 31, 2010

    What hardware are you using for this?

  • terrierzzz Jan 02, 2011

    your solution may be workable but I was not able to download your reply re the conversion from VHS to DVD. I have the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD Proram as well as Roxio creator 2010 special edition.

    both programs came wih the trabsfer hook-up. However, am not able to make either of the programs work for me. What I need is a step by step instal instruction whis available for DVD copying but not for VHS to DVD Conversion. This info is more detailed for you than my original problem comment.

  • terrierzzz Jan 03, 2011

    Thank you for pointing me in the right direction, I have solved my problem which turned out to be a simple misread of the transfer process. You helped by making me think closer to the hookup rather than the process itself. Regards and hope you had a good festive holiday.

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Hi terrier, i can undrstand your problem, its not much simple but i can able to help. you need to have video capture card or vhs tape to dvd software to do this process. To make it more clear i will add some videos to help you more.


Method 1 - video capture card
Method 2 - vhs tape to dvd softwar USB


Method 3 - vhs tape to hand cam from that to your PC


Good luck ! if you think your problem solved don't forget to rate

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