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Old 04-02-03, 04:13 PM
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Editing Video on Compter Question

Hello. I have a Digital camcorder that I have been editing with on my computer. Now my qyestion is, how would I go about getting something on VHS to the computer? The cord that goes into my computer only hooks up to my digital camcorder. I guess what I'm asking is there a cord that I could get that has the red, white, yellow in/outputs to be able to put vhs video to edit on the computer? Thanks!
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Go from your VCR to your camcorder to your PC.
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What kind of camera do you have?
Some digital cameras have analog inputs that would allow you to record from VCR to camera.

The other way is to buy an analog capture device.
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It s little mini-dv JVC I'll have to look up the model #. I was looking in the booklet and it looks like the model above it has that vcr to camera feature but this one doesn't. I already have installed the cardthing- firewire?- so would i need just a cord or another card thingy? Thanks
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I just purchased a Canopus ADVC-100 and I love it! It does the exact same as a DV Camera with analog pass-through. It simply converts analog to digital via firewire. I would highly recommend it. (but it is a bit pricey - $260 - $280)

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