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  • Save yourself some effort: describe your situation to someone who works for Geek Squad at Best Buy. They handle this question twenty times a day and can hand you the cables and programs right there :) From what I've heard, you need a proper program in your computer to handle the footage. With your VCR attached to your computer, you play the footage and it's captured into a movie maker software. Then you can burn a DVD. OR... you can buy a VHS/DVD burner combo player. Phillips makes a nice one. Around $300 for that one though.
  • Erm, you have those videos on PC's HD? Does your PC have DVD drive, supporting burning? How about you just burn them on DVD? Or if you have movies on DVD, then you could copy them onto your PC's HD and then write them on another DVD. I can tell you what programs to use, if you want.

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