Your garage is filled with boxes containing a multitude of old VHS tapes that contain precious family or travel memories and you dare not get rid of them? At the same time, it is cumbersome and who wants a stack of these large plastic rectangles lying around these days that you have to always rewind and are always afraid that their old brown ribbon breaks?
The solution: transfer their content to a more modern device: your computer!
Find out how to transfer the contents of old VHS tapes to your computer with just a cable and quickly.
What you'll need:
Behind the VCR, you have inputs: yellow for video connection, white for mono audio connection, and red for stereo audio connection.
Make sure you have enough space on your computer's hard drive. You need about 750M bytes of space for a 60-minute tape.
The adapter will connect the player to the computer. Get the Elgato Video Capture, which costs about $80 or a similar model.
How to proceed:
There! Now you can save all your old video tapes. You can then organize real nights of nostalgic viewing with your friends and family!
I bet you'll rediscover long forgotten memories and that the kids have grown so much!