Question by Box of Truth: Is it possible to put VHS-C tapes to a Multi-media card (NEED HELP)?
I’m a young filmmaker and my mom bought a (new for me, but overall old) camera and tripod for me earlier today. I’m very happy my mom was thinking about me, but I don’t have use for the cam (tripod I do) at this point. It’s VHS-C and I produce YouTube videos so I need film done fast and digital.
So what can I do? I have everything (chargers, tape, cords, batteries, etc.) so should my mom and I try to sell it? Is there a way to put it on the computer/ multi-media cards for post production? Thanks!
Answer by iridflare
If you’re a film maker, forget the “fast” bit and focus on getting it right! I don’t know why you want to get the video on to a multi-media card – you need to get it on a hard drive for editing. Since VHS-C is analog, you’ll need an analog / digital converter. You can get something like the Kworld DVD Maker, the Pinnacle Dazzle or you can get a generic model at most electronics shops.
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