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Mark SuszkoRe: OT - Consumer Software for copying VHS tapes & Cassettes
by on Feb 1, 2012 at 4:20:12 pm

HE could capture as DV in imovie, using a converter like the ADVC-100, which you seems to be saying he already has. Capture to imovie, edit or modify sound levels, burn in iDVD or play out in real time to the DVD recorder everyone says is the better way to go.

I tend to agree that for this kind of thing, better and faster (on a budget) to get a sub-$100 tunerless DVD recorder deck and go machine-to-machine. Then, the individual DVD's could, if needed, be ripped in the computer using the free MPEG STREAMCLIP program, and from there, use imovie or quicktime pro to make some adjustments.

Roxio Toast is another alternative.


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