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Backing up Laserdiscs on MAC pro.


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I want to back up my laserdiscs onto my Mac pro.
LD output is AV. (red white yellow) -player is NTSC-
is it possible to connect AV output to a MAC pro and record an LD?



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You'll need a video capturing device, such as this: Blackmagic Design Intensity Pro HDMI card - Apple Store (U.S.) .. or this : Macintosh Video Capture made easy with the Pinnacle Video Capture for Mac

You'll also need appropriate software to record, most typically come with software, but you may want an alternative that has more options.
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