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Old 14 Jan 24, 02:42 PM  
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A bit of technical advice please

So cleaning out the cupboard under the stairs came across a couple of things.

Lots of dvds that will have photos of the kids on. Donít have a dvd player but can get a cheap drive and hook it up to the laptop no problem

But we also found an old video recorder that uses those mini video cassette tapes. Now if I want to transfer those to the laptop is it simply a case a finding the correct cable to link the two or is there something mor technical involved?
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Old 14 Jan 24, 03:08 PM  
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No idea but can you let me know if you get an answer please? Especially somewhere close to home.
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No idea but can you let me know if you get an answer please? Especially somewhere close to home.
Will do
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The cable has differing solutions depending on type of computer and may need a daisy chain type config- I only know this because a friend asked me this question the other week and he needed to connect it to a Mac.
Google and YouTube does have various solutions.
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The cable has differing solutions depending on type of computer and may need a daisy chain type config- I only know this because a friend asked me this question the other week and he needed to connect it to a Mac.
Google and YouTube does have various solutions.
Thanks for this. Have been doing a bit of googling and I simply need an a cable, male AV to to usb. Then just use video capturing software. Think Clipchamp that came with windows 11 should do the trick
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