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    I have the same video but haven't seen it for years since the demise of my tape player. Was fun watching it again. I keep telling myself I need to have it converted to DVD.
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    That was great, thanks for putting it up!
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    thanks for posting!

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    Surely, what is req'd to post videos here? Can you provide step by step instructions? I have a few that would be of interest.
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    G3Kurz, the trick is having the hardware to convert VHS to digital format. Personally, I have used online services for this. You send them your tapes and they will convert it to DVD or Digital format. I've used:
    http://www.imemories.com

    The only things will be how much you have that you want converted so there is a time & money aspect to doing it yourself vs paying
    for a service.

    Also, if you have DVDs, I can convert them to digital & upload them here for you. I just can't do VHS but I think another member here in post #15 can.


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    Great video, thanks for sharing.
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    Not a lot is required, and it's pretty easy. For example:

    Convert VHS to digital:

    CNET How To - Transfer VHS tapes to your computer - YouTube

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    Costco do video conversion.

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    Nice Job! Thanks for taking the time.

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