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  1. Pingback: Converting Wedding Videos To DVD - NeededTips

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    joy

    I guess the more appropriate title should have been “Converting Analog Videos to Digital”. I say this because DVD is “digital versatile disc” which can mean a lot of things. Regardless, the article is still quite useful especially for those with boxes full of VHS and Betamax tapes.

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    thewanderrunner

    I have been into this a few years ago.However in this new digital age everything is just instant in just a few clicks.

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    John

    Will try this out personally and see if I can actually convert my old CDs to DVD. I have always done this through an expert for a fee. If I can do it myself then no payment again for me.

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    Danielle M

    Great post, I had no idea that it was possible to convert videotapes into DVD. I had some videos that I would like to rescue, so your advice is very convenient for me.

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    Maury Cheskes

    It’s good that the burning process is simply laid out for DVD goers. DVDs are fading too though sadly in this day and age with Netflix and streaming websites. I think transferring old video tapes into web files would potentially attract an even larger audience.

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    Moz Chesk

    There are definitely many basements stacked with old VHS and Betamax tapes. I think the transfer guide could benefit a lot of people in need of the switch, Thanks for sharing.

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    Rizzee Cerdeñola

    I will definitely give this a try. I agree that technology is a game changer indeed.

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    Scott Summers

    I just use a CD burner for this. Although , it is quiet obsolete now due to flash drives.

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    Alex Summers

    Is this even required now? Since monitors now have USB ports. Perhaps if it is in rural areas. However, in cities PLUG and play all the way.

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    noke uwa

    This is a really enlightening post. I love to learn new things daily. yes, I agree that even in my country videotapes are going extinct and as such people need to learn how to convert them to DVD.

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    mbang

    My wedding was done in the 80s. I hope to convert it to DVD. These practical steps will be following it to get mine done in no time.

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    Albeneth

    Converting video to DVD is great for me. At last, I am able to watch my parents wedding. I can’t wait to search for this service.

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    Nora

    Ahhh, so one can do it with a TV card? I always thought they had to have some sort of external equipment (like a mixer or something) to connect them all together. I haven’t seen a VHS or Beta tape in forever it seems like but this is good info, thanks!

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    Alicia

    Technology is changing very fast and with it comes better versions. From film to cassette now to DVD. Of course everyone is looking for something that will give them better and clear pictures that lasts longer.

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    Alice

    The best thing about technology shifts like moving from tapes to DVD is that it makes things easier, better and lasts longer. You can enjoy more when you watch a DVD than the former formats.

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    Rae

    Thank you for the informative blog! I’m glad to hear that DVDs are doing fine despite the new flash drive craze. Well DVDs are quite old now and a lot of people use different means to convert videos. Still I’m glad people are still using DVDs!

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    Pia

    I can’t believe that people still keep their VHS or betamax tapes. We lost our years ago. But I think I still have some old cassette tapes. But I don’t think I have a need to convert them into dvds.

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    Oscar Jackson

    It’s good that we have these conversion technologies nowadays. Our family even has tons of VHS tapes that need to be converted into digital or something!

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    Robert Dawson

    I will try converting our wedding video to dvd. But if I won’t be successful, I’d consider availing of conversion services.

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    Ruben

    Technology is very helpful in keeping our memorabilia. Our VHS tapes could be converted to DVD.

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    Thelma

    My wedding videos are still on VHS, I don’t know if it is still possible to convert them to dvd. They are the only vidoes I have left of my late husband. I hope it could still be possible to do so.

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