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USB 2.0 Audio/Video Converter, Digitize and Edit Video from Any Analog Source Including VCR, VHS, DVD - $8.99

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Brand DIGITNOW
Sold by Rybozen Group Limited

6/20 most recent review are ONE STAR.
looks like garbage.

Looks like same thing being peddled all over the web by various storefronts

Where did you get the code OP?
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Code works...free prime shipping, free returns. If its something you are going to do, no risk....
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What is good software to use with this program, especially with VHS players? That's the problem I ran into with devices like this.
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What is good software to use with this program, especially with VHS players? That's the problem I ran into with devices like this.
According to the reviews on the page, open Broadcaster Studio (OBS). It's open source, so it's free. I got a bunch of Vhs that I never converted, so thinking of grabbing one. I understand the user probably got paid to post crappy/fake review product, but if it does the job for less than 10 bucks...
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According to the reviews on the page, open Broadcaster Studio (OBS). It's open source, so it's free. I got a bunch of Vhs that I never converted, so thinking of grabbing one. I understand the user probably got paid to post crappy/fake review product, but if it does the job for less than 10 bucks...
OBS does work, I have used it before, but with VHS it's not "perfect" by any stretch of the imagination and is a pain in the ass to get working right with VHS source (I had an easier time getting it working with my mini dv camera). The only software that I've had that worked ALMOST perfectly was this one called honestech VHS to DVD, they had two different modes "a 'wizard mode' and an 'advanced mode' - anyways, one of the modes it actually worked great in but not the settings I needed, but the other mode (which had the settings I needed) was always blanked out. Drove me nuts that it was almost there.
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OBS does work, I have used it before, but with VHS it's not "perfect" by any stretch of the imagination and is a pain in the ass to get working right with VHS source (I had an easier time getting it working with my mini dv camera). The only software that I've had that worked ALMOST perfectly was this one called honestech VHS to DVD, they had two different modes "a 'wizard mode' and an 'advanced mode' - anyways, one of the modes it actually worked great in but not the settings I needed, but the other mode (which had the settings I needed) was always blanked out. Drove me nuts that it was almost there.
So would you say you would have better luck getting a vhs to DVD deck from goodwill, then burn a dvd, and use hand break to rip the DVD to mp4? I have some VHS that need to go digital..
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So would you say you would have better luck getting a vhs to DVD deck from goodwill, then burn a dvd, and use hand break to rip the DVD to mp4? I have some VHS that need to go digital..
Honestly? That would probably be the simplest, easiest solution with almost everything done for you with Handbrake or similar software like StaxRip or Vidcoder. And if you just do a straight lossless rip from the DVD, you're not going to lose any additional data from the initial conversion from VHS to DVD. Others swear by using OBS with VHS conversion but I just have not had much luck with it, I cannot get the video 'boundaries' to work right with VHS resolution.
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Interesting.. The last time I did this, there was a need for DVD copies as well, so that is how I did it a few years back.. tape to dvd, then dvd (ISO) through handbreak to mp4.. It kind of looked like to me, that this might save me a step, and I wont need that DVD burner.. I would just need the working vhs player.... Did any one make a VHS player that had hdmi output?
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Anyone remember VirtualDub?
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Dead.

Can anyone point to a decent converter for legacy sources?
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