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buying in spite of reviews on Amazon

Grievous Angel


. . because there seems to be competent help and reference to be found on this forum!


Picking this up on the way home today. Got a stack of VHS-C tapes to convert.


Ive got a year (or so) old laptop with 3 gigs of ram and plenty of HD space--I believe I meet all the requirements. I've noted all the stickies above. I will come prepared.




Hopefully my experience is smoother than others.


I was importing fine from Windows Movie Maker (off a sony MiniDV handy cam) last night, and I also used the Sony software and it worked OK too.


Is there something more "difficult" about this analog-to-digital capture process? Why is this such a "workhorse" application?


Also, I am not interested in burning DVDs. Only capturing. I plan on playing around with quality and other settings (because storage is at a premium--I just bought a 1.5 TB external drive but have no backup-plans yet--I don't want Mozy kick me out because I've tested the limits of their "unlimited backups." :lol:


Any advice on quality settings would be appreciated. These are strickly low quality home movies we're wanting to capture here.


I may be on here cursing around 7:00 PM CST. :lol:



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