Yes. Your sound card must have the proper inputs for this. Talk to the folks at the computer stores. Talking is still free !....BB You need a video capture card to convert the analog signal from your VCR to digital. These capture cards range quite a bit in quality but are readily available online and in computer electronics stores. However, if you are transferring home movies I recommend using a video transfer service so that you get the best quality. StashSpace.Com does a good job, lets you edit online before burning DVDs and is only $6.95 a tape.
Digital 8 tapes are transferred to a computer using an USB capture card. A tape player is used to output the video to the capture card which then allows the computer to transfer the video.
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You can use VHS converters to transfer movies from your old VHS tapes to your home PC. This makes you able to get rid of your stack of VHS tapes and backup everything digitally.
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NO you cannot. AS video8 is digital and VHS is analog so they dont work together. The adaptor will only work with VHS-C tapes. What I would recommend is using a video transfer service to convert your video 8 tapes into a digital format. Watch and edit the digital files on your computer or get the tapes transferred to DVDs. StashSpace.Com does a good job at this, costs $7 for the transfer to digital and $10-15 for DVDs. http://www.stashspace.com/video-transfer/video-dvd-transfer.stm
To transfer a VHS tape to a computer you need to have a VCR and an A/V input from the VCR to the computer.Also needed is a conversion software program. Once the VCR and computer are connected, the conversion software is used to manage the transfer.
VHA tapes are linear, analog recording systems. There is no way to download anything from VHS tapes other than by playing the tape and capturing the content using another recorder such as a DVD recorder. The quality of the recording will remain a typical VHS quality but once the content is captured in a digital format, it can be loaded on to a computer and possibly enhanced to eliminate some of the usual problems of VHS quality.
Probably not. WMM is made to import footage using conventional "digital video cameras" but not analog tapes that are hooked up to VCRs. My family uses something called Dazzle to convert our old tapes, however, so that's something you could look into. Always Google in life!
You are reffering to VHS tapes which play in a VCR. They are analog so you need a special device to convert the tapes to digital. They sell video capture cards so you can do this yourself at home but I suggest using a video transfer service for the best quality and least amount of hassle. StashSpace.Com is a good one. Costs $6.95 per tape for the transfer. Check them out online or give them a call.
The easiest way to copy VHS tapes to DVD is to purchase a VHS/DVD combo. It will allow you to pop in a tape and burn it to DVD without having to download software or hook up to computer.
I have a Handycam video Hi8, I would like to make home movies on my computer using my camcorder video tapes. Can I do so with this camcorder?