I have some CDVs that I would like to convert to DVDs. For those too young to remember, CDVs are a format produced in the late 80s early 90s. They are sometimes called Video Singles, and they are a combination of CD and laserdisc. Part of the disc contains 20 minutes of digital audio playable on any CD or DVD player. The other part contains 5 minutes of analog video and digital audio in laserdisc format, playable only on a CDV-compatible laserdisc player.
Any idea how I can get the video fro the CDV converted to DVD?
Here is what I have tried so far: Neither my CD-ROM or DVD burner drive will recognize the video portion of the disc. Only the audio portion of the disc appears. I can connect my Laserdisc player to my PC using a video capture card, but some of the CDVs are PAL video format, so that wonâ€™t work. Since CDVs are the same size as CDs and fit in my PC (unlike full-sized Laserdiscs) there should a way to use my PCs drives to read/convert these video files to my hard drive.