Plugs into your PC!
We all know VHS tapes were rubbish. Dodgy tracking, limited lifespan, noisy spools, below par quality…we could go on. So we will. Bulky, clunky, fragile, ridiculously slow to rewind - the list is truly endless. But for all its faults, VHS was the leading video format for almost thirty years. And that's why you've got stacks of tapes languishing in the loft and piled up in the cupboard. And that's why you need the brilliant USB VHS Converter
Plug USB cable into USB VHS Converter and then into your PC
Insert a VHS tape
Open EZ VHS Converter software and press the Record button!
This idiot-proof video player allows you to convert long-forgotten VHS video recordings
into pristine digital files. So you can cringe at your shoulder pads in those homemade vids, laugh at Arfur's antics in Minder, marvel at Wogan's hair-don't (course you videoed Eurovision) and sing along to the Shake 'n' Vac ad, without cracking out your soon to be obsolete VCR.
Converts straight from a 8mm video camera to your PC. You can even connect it to your TV and use as a standard video player!
Simply plonk in a tape, press play and leave the rest to this USB-friendly machine. It doesn't matter if you want to watch reinvigorated recordings on your computer, iPod, PSP or DVD because the included conversion software caters for stacks of formats. Just think, whilst smug commuters watch their latest downloads on the bus, you could be watching (through your fingers) Henry Kelly patronising the Belgian contestant on Going for Gold. Again. Brilliant!
Get converting now!
As well as its incredible ability to amalgamate declining technology with cutting edge jiggery-pokery, the USB VHS Converter can be used as a regular VCR. Just plug it into your telly's scart socket. And when visiting friends snigger at that front-loading flap, you can fire up your iPod and show them a converted video of Bradley Walsh hanging tough on Celebrity Gladiators. Touché.
Once you've successfully archived your VHS library the only thing left to do is bin those cumbersome tapes. Just make sure you stomp on 'em before heading to the dump. After all, you wouldn't want anyone to find out you'd gone over the final episode of Eldorado with Mallet's Mallet, would you?
Complete with fool-proof software
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