Converting VHS to DVD movie

We know many video formats from the knowledge about DVD copy, like AVI, MPEG, SVCD, etc. However, there is a format relatively less known to us and is somewhat outdated, that is VHS. Video Home System, better known by its abbreviation VHS, is a video tape recording standard developed during the 1970s and stands out during the last decade of the 20th century. But now it has been replaced by DVD and Blu-ray step by step. Many people have old VHS home videos in the closet for years. Incorporate them into new life is a new way to memorize the beautiful days of the past. Today's epoching technology makes it possible for you to preserve you memories like birthdays, weddings, and other important events.

But how can we copy a home VHS video to DVD? First, the movie must be converted from the VHS analog tape to the computer. Then you can edit and enhance them. The advantage of converting VHS to DVD is that DVD is more durable and you can watch those movies for more years. The task needs a DVD burner, DVD software and of course your computer. Before this process, you must make sure that your DVD burner is compatible with your DVD disc. To ensure a quicker and easier task, we recommend at least a 2.8GHZ CPU and 512MB of RAM. Meanwhile, you'd better have sufficient disc space.

After all these preparations, you can begin the conversion. Before burning, you need to do some prerequisite things. First, grab the footage of the analogue video then encode the videos you want to burn. Another important thing for you to do is to combine video and audio into one, which is Mlultiplex. Begin the burning process and you can enjoy your masterpiece after some period of time.