You didn't mention whether your VHS movies were commercial tapes or your own. If your own, and they aren't commercial tapes with copy-guard, then you can buy a combo DVD Recorder/VHS player that allows you to copy tapes to DVD directly. If you want to by-pass copy-guard, then the only option I can think of is to ingest the VHS into your computer using an analog-to-digital converter, and after acquiring one, this typically requires that you upgrade your computer and get software, at least if you have a PC. Macs come pre-equipped with most of what you need. But discussions of how to bypass copy-guard isn't allowed, so I can't tell you any more, otherwise I'll be banished.
Hello, newbie here. I have quite a few old VHS's that I value and want to put them on DVD's instead because VHS's are pretty much becoming obsolete. I have a VHS player and a DVD player. Can anyone tell me if I need any other devices or specific wiring to make this happen?
Thank you so much in advance!