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Viability of cheap VHS capture
I remember when this thread was 1 page long and can't believe this thread is 20 pages long.

For anyone who has been putting off converting VHS tapes, it will only become more difficult as time goes on.

I don't know what was said in the past 20 pages however use the best VHS/DVD-R combo you can find, it's that simple. Anything else will have lesser quality and won't capture Teletext/CC.

At this point in time, VHS/DVD-R combos are rare and expensive, however ~10 years ago there were many available for ~$100.
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VCR/DVD combos dont always bypass Macrovision.
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