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My church is wanting an easy way to make a DVD from a video/audio feed. The video comes from a Sony D90PTZ camera and uses an Svideo out (could use regular VGA out as well). The audio comes via a L/R RCA cord from our main soundboard at the moment but would prefer other options.

 

Tried a Startech USBSVID2USB3 but have issues with Windows 8 sound lag and huge file sizes.

 

Have used Roxio in the past and like them. What current product(s), both hardware and software, would work in my windows 8 environment?

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Although I think it is overpriced you could try the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD product. You can find information on the Roxio.com website.

 

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My church is wanting an easy way to make a DVD from a video/audio feed. The video comes from a Sony D90PTZ camera and uses an Svideo out (could use regular VGA out as well). The audio comes via a L/R RCA cord from our main soundboard at the moment but would prefer other options.

 

Tried a Startech USBSVID2USB3 but have issues with Windows 8 sound lag and huge file sizes.

 

Have used Roxio in the past and like them. What current product(s), both hardware and software, would work in my windows 8 environment?

 

A full Roxio suite NXT3 or NXT3 Pro along with the Roxio USB Capture Device here, http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/device/requirements.html

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Are both products fully compatible with windows 8?

 

Yes, read the features carefully for both products before making a purchase.

 

V2D3Plus includes the Roxio USB Device, the full NXT3 does not.

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The Advantage of the Full Suite with the Video Capture USB device added on is that you will have a Full Power Editor.

 

The EVD3 Pro package is a great simple capture/edit/output solution. But the "Editor" part is limited to clumsy splits & trims and each 'split' results in a separate Menu Button if you output to a DVD :huh:

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