[QUOTE=Dee-ehn;1088614]Hi and welcome on the forums!
For starters, let me tell you that we don’t give email support to forum members. It’s just as much work to put it here. That’s the way forums work… an online comunity helping each others…
Anyhow… can you perhaps explain your question any further? Are you looking for a hardware solution, a software solution or both? What kind of computer do you have? What are you willing to spend? What kind of results do you want to achieve?[/QUOTE]
yep cos ur PC performance is pretty crucial. If not sound and video will end outta sync etc and pic all jittery. I have the hauppage wintv go, its ok, was just to transfer old vhs tapes to dvds. next time ill spend the extra Â£20-30. Good CPU and Plenty of memory are the key. try and exit stuff ur not using when recording from vhs.
As for software theres lods, windvr, virtualdub, virtual VCR, WINAMP. WINAVI Capture etc etc videohelp.com will help ya.
Anyone saw the new DIVX/XVID recorder/player? looks an ordinary exterenal hard-drive but has Video,Phono (rca) SVHS/Compostie sockets, input and output i got the player, sons getting the recorder to go with his cam for xmas. looks pretty good to me. Or if im missing something plz tell me lol