I have been using Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus to capture video from old VHS tapes. While I sometimes burn a DVD, I always save the file to my PC. Other than setting the beginning and end points of the video, I don't do any editing to the original. When I am finished, I have two copies of the video, one in the Captured Videos folder and one in the COMPUTER folder. These videos appear to be the same format, but are of different file sizes. The exported files in the COMPUTER folder are always longer than the files in the Captured Video folder. What is the difference between these files? If Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus always saves a copy in the Captured Videos folder, why would I need to export the file to the computer? At this point, I just want to create an archive of video files that I can use later on. I have taken some of the files and strung them together to create a DVD and I know that I can combine videos to create a project, but is there any reason why I should export the raw videos to the computer? As long as I can archive the videos in the Captured Videos folder, I shouldn't need the other copies. Am I missing something?