How can I use my PC to transfer VCR tapes to DVDs? Solved

  1.    02 Sep 2016 #1

    How can I use my PC to transfer VCR tapes to DVDs?

    How can I use my PC to transfer VCR tapes to DVDs?
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  2.    02 Sep 2016 #2

    You'll need some third part device that will allow the connection of your VCR/Camcorder to the PC. I used a product from Pinnacle called Dazzle back when I had Vista.

    Video Capture Card | Dazzle DVD Recorder HD by Pinnacle
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  3.    02 Sep 2016 #3

    Ive tried many over about 10 years and the best is probably Magix "Rescue your Video Tapes" who supply the usb to VCR connector & Software, Ive used version 6 but might be latest version 8 by now
    It worked in Windows 8.1 so should work in 10 as the program is always updated
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