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vhs/digital camcorder transfer

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Hi All,
New here, I am a computer/gaming platform geek, I have been looking to transfer all of my camcorder taps to cd (dvd maybe later), the technology I currently have is the most updated on the pc Dell just installed a 430W power supply to accomodate an ATI Radeon 1650 video card, I have a digital camcorder Palmcorder(panasonic) 150X VHS -C, and a fairly low end digital camera(Polaroid 5.1 MP). I can obviously copy from the camera and upload the pictures and movies to the PC and burn them on cd, I am curious as to how to do this with tapes from the camcorder, are the drivers inherent to the Operating system?
Thank you for your time,
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Hi pcb0960,

i used to do some conversions before using my old camcorder & save the files to a computer & burn them
to a CD.

please check the link below,i just threw it in.you might find it interesting.that will explain it all better than i do.
& the peripherals you'll need.


krs1 :)
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