I have a large number of vhs videos that I want to transfer to dvd. I'm a novice and have "inherited" the pieces listed in the subject. With a tv, vcr, and dvd player, can I use the above-listed pieces to copy old vhs videos to dvd, or do I need to have a burner besides what's on my laptop? I have ordered a vcr/dvd recorder, but I'm wondering if I can accomplish this huge task with the pieces I already have. If so, in what order to I hook them up? I also have Photoshop on my computer, if that helps. I hope to be able to edit them once copied. Thanks!
I have the GoDVD that's in your link. My laptop will burn videos. I've also ordered a combo dvd/vcr recorder/player. I was just hoping to accomplish the task without having to buy anything else. With that, is the GoDVD worth using at all?
I had used it previously with an hp phantom drive on Windows 2000, and since they changed drivers on Windows Vista, it no longer works.