queenmartina: (BBC testcard girl-it should be *me*!)
An upcoming pet project of mine will be to transfer lots of old VHS footage to DVD via my laptop, and some of it may even end up on YouTube. Nothing mucky, before you ask! (Keyword is *geeky*.) :-D

I don't have a DVD recorder/VHS combi as yet, so I'm hoping to do this via (inexpensive) software and cables. (Something like this, perhaps?) I've been reading reviews of various products, and am still none the wiser. Whatever I end up with doesn't have to be too basic as I'm relatively tech-savvy (aren't I, [livejournal.com profile] keresaspa?), but ideally not too complicated either! Or am I asking for too much?

Any advice from any seasoned video capturers would be good.
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