Question about Televison & Video
To capture on your computer, you'll need either a video card that can take a VCR's video and audio as input, or a video tuner card that can tune to the TV channel that the VCR broadcasts on. Another nice alternative is a VCR or camcorder that can output on a firewire connection, and then capture to a firewire card in your PC.
Once it's on the computer, a DVD burner and some burning software, and you're in business. The nice thing about capturing to your computer is that the burning software typically includes some rudimentary editing functionality, and there are several higher powered editing packages available as well.
Or you can use an S-Video cable, only costing a few dollars or pounds.
You need to connect your video to your PC using the S-Video cable (Once you see the connector you'll easily find the port)
Also, you'll need some editing software - you can get editing software starting around $60-$70 (£30-£40).
I personally like Dazzle Video Creator because it is easy to use...
Lastly, you can visit this link for more information on how to carry out this task; http://www.neonet.on.ca/docs/newsletter/wirednewstimmins/2004/septwirednews.pdf
I hope the above helps.....
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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