Hi my friends, this is I suppose a strange ask, but, has anyone got languishing embarrassedly about the house, one of those machines that played video tapes and was able to record them onto a dvd disc? I have a load of things on tape that I would love to preserve. So either as a gift, loan or sale, if you've got one------gis it
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In the past Iíve done this using a pc and vhs player. Maybe this will give some ideas Best VHS to DVD Converter 2018 - How to Convert VHS Tapes to Digital
If you donít find one I know Asda photography shop can do it. I got one done last year wasnít cheap but I only had an old wedding video I wanted too send they put them on usb so was able to download to computer and send it too family in Australia.
I have a working video recorder you could use if you like?
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I have a couple of tapes I want transferring and was going to look for equipment to record them (I have a VHS recorder somewhere) but I found a local company that does them for about a tenner a tape. Not used them yet as I never got round to it but it might be worth checking in your local area if there is a company that does this. My concern with using an old VCR is if it would work properly after years of not being used and just chew up the tape.
Hi folks, thanks for the advice but I've just got one off Freecycle / Freegle . The lady said that it would colour everything green, I tried it----she was correct. I checked on tinterwebby thing and a composite adaptor was probably the answer----------it was and is. Who's a happy bunny then
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