Using VHS tapes is getting harder and harder. It is becoming more difficult to find services that will convert them to DVDs. It is becoming harder and harder to convert your old tapes to DVDs. This article will explain 3 different ways that you can convert you VHS tapes to DVDs. These three ways are, hiring conversion services, VHS to DVD burner and using VHS capture software.
If you would like to edit your video, the best choice would be to convert VHS to DVD via your computer. You can do this by using VHS to DVD software and an input device. An input device usually comes with the software that you buy. An input device usually comprises of a USB plug with the red, yellow and white cables (composite cabels) attached. All you really need to do is plug the cables into your VCR, the USB plug into your computer, then just follow your product specific instructions! Once you have a digital copy, you can edit the video by adding menus and chapters, and you can burn a DVD from the video.
One way to do this, is by hiring the services of a conversion service. These services will transfer VHS to DVD for you. They all usually also have an option that will also restore you tapes. This means that they will remove white noise, background noise and blank parts of your tape. These services mean that you do not have to work very hard, because all you have to do is give them you tapes and they will do all of the work. The catch to these services is their prices. They are extremely expensive. It is only recommended that you use them if you do not have much time to do it your self.
A simple and easy way to transfer your VHS to DVD is by using a VHS to DVD recorder. These are pieces of equipment made for exactly what we are doing. All you have to do is plug them into your VCR and follow the instructions. It might be the simplest methods we have mentioned!
When you decide to convert your VHS to DVD, remember to use the method that fits your needs the best.