I have some old VHS movies that I would like to convert to a digital format before they degrade. I will have to use a VCR with a standard 75 Ohm coaxial cable as input and I only have a CD-RW to eventually write them to. I have plenty of HD space as temporary storage.
Can anyone tell me what is the best board and software to use for this purpose?
My system is Windows XP Pro running on a 950mHz Athlon TB on an Asus A7V MB and a Voodoo 3000 video card (if this makes any difference).
Finding a board that'll accept a regular old coax cable will be a challenge. You may have to find an RCA adapter instead. Once you have an adapter you can use just about any video capture card. Specifically
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