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Desktop Video News #029: How to Convert Your Old Videos to DVD
December 13, 2005

Welcome to this week's edition of Desktop Video News. This week, we look at how we can convert old video into DVDs quickly and painlessly. There's also a guide to converting digital photos to VCD format, so you can video your pictures as a slideshow on the TV. Finally, we also learn how we can capture digital video into the computer. Happy reading!

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How to Convert Your Old Videos to DVD
If you have a collection of home movies on VHS, you know that VHS tapes tend to wear out with time and use, and they take up a lot of space. Converting those old video tapes to DVD is a better alternative. With the right equipment, and a little know-how ... read more

Convert Digital Photos to VCD Format
By converting digital photos to VCD format, you can view the photos as a slideshow on the TV. I've found a really good value-for-money tool that can do just this - Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow. Ulead makes great products - Ulead CD & DVD PictureShow is a good example ... read more

Capture Video Into Your Computer
OK - You've shot that wonderful video of your daughter's birthday. Now, how can you get it into the computer to do some snazzy editing and perhaps produce a VCD or two? If the video is on that MiniDV or Hi8 tape, how can you possibly move ... read more

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A Top-Notch Video Editing Program

If you're looking for a full-fledged video editing package at a reasonable price, then Ulead VideoStudio is your answer. I've always known Ulead to produce top-notch video software and VideoStudio is no exception.

This software allows you to turn home videos into professional looking productions with ease. For the more advanced user, there are more than 1000 customizable transitions, titles and special effects to play with. You can also cut those movies onto DVD, CD, tape and other media to share with friends and family. Highly recommended.

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