Transfering Analogue video to PC then DVD

  daisy2bell 17:35 03 Aug 2005
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I want to transfer my old analogue videos to my PC and then burn them onto DVD's.

Most of the videos are the 90 minutes ones. Would this all fit onto a single DVD
Thanks

  daisy2bell 17:40 03 Aug 2005

I should have written "analogue videos" SORRY

  Completealias 17:46 03 Aug 2005

Yes you should be able to fit a 90 minute video onto a single dvd with no problems. Using compression I can fit a 2 n 1/2hr movie onto a single layer dvd.

  pj123 17:48 03 Aug 2005

Quite a few previous threads on this subject

click here

  pj123 17:50 03 Aug 2005

Well that didn't work. Another problem on this site?

Type in "vhs to dvd" in the search box on the left of your screen.

  Completealias 17:52 03 Aug 2005

This one should work click here

  pj123 17:56 03 Aug 2005

Completealias, Thanks for that.

  daisy2bell 18:04 03 Aug 2005

Thanks guys. I know how to do it it was just a question regarding wether 90 mins would fit.
Thanks again

  john-232317 20:42 03 Aug 2005

Buy a standalone DVD recorder and just connect VHS to it, you will save loads of time and get better results.;-)

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