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Burning Vhs To Dvd-Rw Or Hard Disk


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Hey guys! I have a problem...i have a huge collection of vhs tapes...which i would love to digitalize, but I want to transfer them directy to hard disk or at least to dvd-rw (and not waste every dvd-r when i want to digitalize). Does anyone know if it's possible to burn from vhs directly to HD or at least to dvd-rw so that i could later on erase the same dvd-rw and use it again. Hope to get a response soon. Thx a bunch!

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Hey guys! I have a problem...i have a huge collection of vhs tapes...which i would love to digitalize, but I want to transfer them directy to hard disk or at least to dvd-rw (and not waste every dvd-r when i want to digitalize). Does anyone know if it's possible to burn from vhs directly to HD or at least to dvd-rw so that i could later on erase the same dvd-rw and use it again. Hope to get a response soon. Thx a bunch!

Yes this device will either capture to your HDD or you can opt for Plug & Burn which creates a DVD Movie on either an R or RW disc…

 

However, I suggest this…

 

Go for the Creator 2010 and the Roxio Video Capture USB device…

 

This way you get the full editing power of Creator 2010 and the Analog to Digital converter which gives you the way to get there! There is even a Creator 2010 Special Edition available (Retail Stores ONLY) that is the basic 2010 + the device…

 

The current 201B version has a very weak editor (if you capture) and P&B is a high risk venture – one blip and you lose everything…

 

FYI: RW disc are for temporary storage ONLY!!! Never, ever use them for permanent storage!

 

Also I would strongly recommend you process from start to finish until you get used to the steps! Otherwise if you Batch Process and make one mistake in the beginning, you wasted all that time...

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