Just thinking that you have to carefully set-up the video, TV, computer and to prepare the capture cards and necessary software, free some space on your hard disk and not to overload the processor during the operation, makes you forget everything about video editing. But Sony has thought of a way to ease the lives of owners of vast collections of VHS tapes. This storing media will soon be just an element of décor because the technology of the old video player is in clinical death.
DVDs supremacy is undisputable, the quality of the image and sound, the portability and reliability being clear advantages over the old formats. And now, transferring content from the VHS to the DVD is as easy as 1-2-3 thanks to the DVDirect recorder system, which allows the real time conversion from VHS to DVD, without the aid of the computer.
The device works with old analogue video cameras, Video cassette recorders and wide range of video sources. Moreover, if you have more complex DVD editing and writing projects, the system can be connected to a computer.
The model, already at the second generation, includes digital video connectors (i.LINK/FireWire/IEEE 1394) which allow the quick transfer of the excellent quality video content from a digital camera. Besides DVD+R, DVD+R double layer (DL) and DVD+RW, Sony has included support for DVD-R and DVD-RW.
Through the DVDirect system, one can record up to 12 hours of high-quality MPEG-2 files on a DVD+R DL or maximum 6 hours on single layer disc. DVDirect, VRD-VC20, will be available starting from May.
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