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Re: how do i go about transfering vhs-c video from an
You have several options. But important one to understand is the limitations of a PIII computer like Armada e500. You may not have enough grunt to convert stuff, even after buying the necessary video capture devices which work on USB.
Also I am assuming you either have the jvc camcorder still available or atleast have a VHS-C to VHS adapter to play the tapes on a standard VHS tape player.
Unless you are having a lot tapes and need editing while converting, your better bet might be to go to one of the shops that convert these tapes on to DVD or a suitable flash drive which might work out cheaper and quicker.
The last time I did this thing (quality of my VHS-C tapes was bad) I bought a Samsung combined VHS Video / DVD recorder and used the dubbing feature to burn DVDs. Cost me about $150 a year ago. I was able to do some editing on the way as I was connected to the TV screen as well. Saved me the hassles of dealling with the PC type video capture devices and software.
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This e500 has USB1.0 and transfer rate will be slow. If you use Win 98 then install the USB driver (get on web) first. Install software then plug in the USB lead from the crw-785 and don't forget to plug in the DC adaptor for the drive, (e500 USB port does not have enough power to run external drives other than some older thumbdrives).
Hi, You need to buy USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Card to do this action.. Pls visit the URL below as an example.. Hope this helps!Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
Hi, You need to buy USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Card to do this action.. Pls visit the URL below as an example.. Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
I can only offer you 1 option for this case.
In converting the VHS video tape to DVD you can use computer. All you need to have is the VHS player with RCA audio video cables. Then a computer that has video capture card or USB capture card. This will take time but you can just transfer all the copyrighted videos to DVD and to computer data (post to internet)
*Needs realtime transfer VHS to Computer with the prefered resolution option.
*Burn to DVD, it will depends on your DVD drive speed.
If your camcorder allows you to connect to a tv or vcr and allows you to record from it to the camcorder via the rca video input, then you should be able to record it that. The camcorder must have the RCA audio/video inputs on it to be successful.
that one is in hong kong, but that is what I used time an time again. Just install the software, plug in the device, connect the red yellow an white leads to the red yellow an white leads that plug into the camcorder somewhere an off you go
I have just solved this problem for video - not checked audio as using it for stop frame animation. Just bought a USB Video adapter - Easycap and used the JVC Everio DV mini jack to red white and yellow phono into usb via adapter, install software and off you go. I bought a really cheap one to check-Under £10 new on ebay, also S video compatible. Perhaps a more expensive adapter may give better quality image, can also now transfer old VHS from videoplayer to PC-
Also possible to buy an internal capture card.to slot into your motherboard if you are up for that.