Remember VCR tapes? These are such big, black, rectangular plastic boxes that are full of embarrassing home videos. Now you remember, right? There was a time when any of us used them to watch movies or videos, and now they are hidden in your attic.
But even despite the fact that these tapes are a thing of the past, as well as the video recorders with which you could watch them, this does not mean at all that the frames on these tapes should disappear. In the video below, you will learn about a very simple way to transfer the contents of a cassette to a computer, and this is what everyone who lived in the 70s, 80s, and even the 90s should find out.
The video shows an easy way to record old analog tapes to a computer. All you need is some free time and a simple cable. It may seem daunting at first, but trust me, you can follow the instructions and you will succeed. The person in the video recommends using the Capture adapter with this VCR, which is compatible with any computer.
Videotape stands for Video Home System and was developed by the Victor Company of Japan in the 1970s. Since the turn of the millennium, DVD formats have begun to gain a stronger market share for their ability to offer better quality (HD) in a more compact form. These days videotapes are commonly referred to as "dead format."
Watch the video and follow the instructions