You are likely to have the boxes of home video VHS tapes that might contain different events of your life, exclusive musical gigs filmed or some other incredible things you witnessed years ago. It’s time to breathe new life to them and bring them up to date.
You need to use a video capture device as a go-between:
Attention! Actions relating to connecting devices should be done when they are off.
For all the details concerning the possible ways of connecting devices, please, refer either to the User Manuals bundled with them or manufacturer support team.
Make sure you work with the Capture tab. By default output video format is set to Recommended (MPEG-2), since your final goal is to have your video in DVD format, that suits fine although there is no reason why you should not select Native or MPEG-2 (with some other presets):
Now define where the captured video should be saved to. Click from the Output path section:
Switch to the Settings tab. Drop down the Video Device Input control and choose either the Composite option in case your VHS player is connected to the capture device using an RCA input or the S-Video option if you preferred an S-Video jack:
Note: before starting capture switch your VHS recorder/player on and check whether a VHS cassette is inserted into its compartment. If you use a DV camera as a capture device then:
Press the Start capture button of AVS Video Recorder and begin the VHS recorder/player tape playback. You can stop capture by pressing the Stop Capture button which will replace the Start Capture button immediately after clicking it:
When you finish capturing video, press the Exit button in AVS Video Recorder bottom right corner to return to AVS Video Editor. You will find your captured video in the Video category of the Media Library:
Have any questions about using AVS Video Converter? Don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments below this post.
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