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Samsung SCL810 Hi 8 Camcorder

by pwinma / September 2, 2004 8:44 AM PDT

Could anyone please tell me the cheapest way to covert Hi 8 tapes to digital on my PC?

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SAMSUNG SCL810 HI 8 TRANSFER TO PC.
by alanscott1957 / September 16, 2009 11:30 PM PDT

ROXIO RECENTLY RELEASED, "ROXIO EASY VHS TO DVD", WHICH TRANSFERS HI 8, VHS AND V8 CAMCORDER RECORDINGS TO YOUR PC. IT TRANSFERS BY USING YOUR CAMCORDER A/V OR S-VIDEO CORDS, WHICH YOU CONNECT TO ROXIO'S ADAPTER, THEN YOU PLUG IT IN TO A USB PORT ON YOUR PC. IT TRANSFERS TO DVD, IPOD OR PSP.

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Get a Cheap analog to digital usb
by EndlessGrowthEconomics / March 26, 2010 4:21 AM PDT

I got a Kworld DVD Maker USB 2.0 from Fry's for like $50... but there are all kinds that do the same thing. There are cheaper ones. It's basically just a usb cable with an A/D converter and cables that connect to your camcorder output (+any needed adapters). This one came with Cyberlink PowerProducer & PowerDirector (the software you'll need to record/edit the video)... very simple to use. It records up to 720x480 while Hi8 is only 560x480 so that's covered.

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