VHS -to- DV

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I was looking in to this, here is what I found (Studio DV.). (outdated link removed)

I was talking with one of my friends who had gone to the Apple store with the about question. The salesman
suggested buying a digital camera. With that solution, you can do other things. With the Formac solution once
you are finished, you may have hardware you may not use again.
 
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THIS THREAD has some info about the Canopus video interface.
 
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I do it by recording the VHS onto my digital camera, then get it on the computer with the firewire plug.
 

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Raven @ Apr 15 2003, 12:20 PM
I do it by recording the VHS onto my digital camera, then get it on the computer with the firewire plug.

This would be the better solution. :)
 

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