You can do this with a video capture card. However, you need a powerfull enough computer to be able to process the real time capture of video. These cards vary in quality and I don't have much of a recommendation because my success with such devices have been limited. I am very computer savy but I could never get a decent quality picture when doing this.
I sent my tapes to a professional tape conversion service called StashSpace.Com. They transferred my VHS tapes to a portable hard drive for me. They had another option where they just hosted the videos for you in an online account so you could watch and create DVDs too.
Check out their website at http://www.stashspace.com or give them a call. There customer service was very helpfull. Good Luck!.
There are several good methods to transfer old VHS to DVD. You can put the VHS video onto a computer video editing program and make a DVD from there. You can also connect the VHS to a stand alone DVD recorder and transfer from there.
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.
Someone can do a VHS to DVD transfer by using a number of video conversion software suites that are available for free or through purchase. These software allow an individual to capture and record video clips from a VHS tape using a capture card. The software then converts the VHS video clip to DVD.
There are several companies who specialise in transferring VHS footage to other media such as DVD. You may want to seek the services of companies such as The Tape Men, Video 99, Video To DVD and Memories On Video. You could also search local directories for video transfer specialists.
VHS tapes can be converted to a Windows PC & DVD through the Video-2-PC website. But information as to how to perform this yourself can be found on YouTube under converting VHS to computer movie files.
If you need to transfer video from a VHS tape to a DVD or CD, in the UK you can go to different websites like Video2DVDTransfers for pricing and how to send in your video to be transferred.
ANSWER: VHS came before DVD's, VHS's are videos that contain film to play inside of VHS player. VHS also need to be re winded to start from the beginning. DVD's came later, DVD's are a disk that don't need to be re winded at all can have multiple language and subtitle's depending on what you want. DVD's can be played in portable DVD players Converting a VHS to a DVD requires special equipment because VHS tapes are analog and DVDs are digital. A video transfer service can perform a VHS to DVD conversion for you. At StashSpace.Com the transfer is just $6.95. http://www.stashspace.com/video-transfer/vhs-to-dvd.stm
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
No you can not record straight from a VHS camcorder in to your computer. The video that is stored on the VHS tape has to be digitized first.
Three things you need to play a VHS video on a computer. 1. VHS player. 2. Video capture card. 3. video editing software. VHS player output supposed to be connected to the video capture card's input. By using the video editing software, you can play or edit the video from VHS with your computer.
One way to convert a VCR or VHS video to DVD by using an analog converter such as Video 2 PC and saving the video to a computer and then burning it to a DVD disc. Walmart also offers a service to convert VHS videos to DVD.