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Old 2006-12-20, 07:46 PM
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Question VCR -> PC Video Capturing..Where Do I Get Started?

As above...few questions...

Is there a difference in quality between capture cards or does it just depend on the software used?
What are the best quality cards/USB devices to use?

I don't want to compress the audio from my VHS tape to AC3...do all capture cards offer WAV/PCM capture for the audio?

Any good guides/sites to get me started?

Thanks!
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Re: VCR -> PC Video Capturing..Where Do I Get Started?

start here:
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