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    need help

    i need a to transfer my vhs tapes to dvd can any one help

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    vhs backup hardware

    vhs back up what hardware is needed to transfer your vhs tapes to dvd.

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    Go here, there is a lot of info on what you will need etc.

    http://www.videohelp.com/

    You are in for a lot of work and expense getting the parts to upgrade your Computer depending on specs. I takes forever to convert just one movie over to DVD and it will still be VHS quality.

    I was going to do it, but it's not worth the time and effort so I just get the DVDs I need.

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    Welcome to HardwareCentral

    If you Google VHS to DVD you'll find tons and tons of info.

    Here's one example:
    http://www.downloadatoz.com/vhs-to-dvd/
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    I use a Winfast TV2000 to capture my home movies from my vcr and the program that came with it (downloadable from Leadteck) will write the file directly to DVD. It doesn't take too long using this method. You can see the computer in my sig, I don't have a powerhouse by any means.

    It's nice having them on DVD since it's easier to make copies and the media lasts longer than VHS.
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    The easiest way for camera tapes would be to use a Quality VHS deck connected to a stand alone DVDR.

    Video Help site mentioned above is the definitive source for the information you are looking for. Expect to spend a few weeks there to brush the surface.

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