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    I hv panasonic video camera in which video is recorded & stored on VHS tape(small video casette)inserted in camera.Now i have to copy all the data from vhs to cd which is very lengthy process & i feel that the quality of the video gets suffered.Is there any attachment or anything which can be attached to my video camera & store videos either on cd,dvd or sd cards?







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    Quote Originally Posted by albertdisuza View Post
    I hv panasonic video camera in which video is recorded & stored on VHS tape(small video casette)inserted in camera.Now i have to copy all the data from vhs to cd which is very lengthy process & i feel that the quality of the video gets suffered.Is there any attachment or anything which can be attached to my video camera & store videos either on cd,dvd or sd cards?
    i don't know about any attachments for video cameras, but i've never had any quality loss transferring vhs to dvd the 'old fashioned' way.. just make sure the dvd-recorder is set to record on XP mode (1 hour per disc) or SP mode (2 hours per disc) to preserve the quality..

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    Quote Originally Posted by albertdisuza View Post
    I hv panasonic video camera in which video is recorded & stored on VHS tape(small video casette)inserted in camera.Now i have to copy all the data from vhs to cd which is very lengthy process & i feel that the quality of the video gets suffered.Is there any attachment or anything which can be attached to my video camera & store videos either on cd,dvd or sd cards?
    If you're talking about the VHS-C format, there is an adapter that can make your tapes playable in a standard VCR, that way you won't have to worry about hooking up your camcorder up to it. And yeah, if you're really serious about quality, I would highly suggest a DVD recorder and then just record your video at either XP (1-hour) or SP (2-hour) mode. Hope this helps.

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