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What to Ask When Converting Your Old Video onto DVD

If you have a collection of video tapes and family films so large that the shelf holding all of them has snapped under all the weight? Then you're ready to transfer those tapes onto DVDs. It's relatively simple and with the right questions, you'll be able to go to an electronics store in the morning and be converting by the afternoon.

  • What type of equipment do I need?
    When you go into purchase the conversion equipment, there are so many options from "all in one" machines to computers and computer equipment that convert. Starting off with this basic question will get you to the right department. If you want to do it via your computer, then you'll want to ask a computer technician and salesman. If you want a combination DVD/VHS converter or an "all in one", then you'll want someone who specializes in TVs and other video players.

  • What type of disk do I need and what's the difference between DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R and DVD+RW?
    All blank DVDs can be formatted to suit your needs. But whether you want to duplicate the film once or many times, you need to purchase the right disk for the job.

  • Do I need special software to transfer my old videos and films onto DVD?
    You'll likely need new software if you're doing it on your computer, but be careful as some may try to sell you extra software even though the hardware you're purchasing comes with the necessary software.

  • Can I duplicate a DVD more than once after I've transferred and converted the video?
    Ask this question to get the right disk, but also the right program as certain software will format your disk enabling you to duplicate or not.
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