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Old May 18, 2007, 3:42 PM   #11
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I wouldn't be recording a DVD from a VHS video. I would be recording it from the mov file on my computer. I have real Player, MusicMatch, Quicktime, and an older version of Nero. I'm not sure if Nero reads from my DVD rom though.
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Some or all of the mentioned programs may be able to do the job you need if all the pieces are in place. My only reference to VHS is that a commercial firm that can handle that job probably could also handle the job of take your .mov and putting them on a playable DVD.
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Old Jun 5, 2007, 4:28 AM   #13
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What about aKingston 2GB Secure Digital Memory Card ( SD/2GB )? They are relatively inexpensive.
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I see no reason why that wouldn't be a good card as long as you're getting it from a good retailer (online or brick & mortar). Kingston itself is a reliable supplier of memory products.
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