If you've got a Mac with FireWire, you can use a DV camera to "bridge" your VCR -- plug your DV camera into your Mac using FireWire, plug your VCR to your DV camera --> Voila! instant digital video from pretty much any source. If you don't have a DV camera, there are some dedicated USB and FireWire based devices that have multiple input options, allowing you to convert directly. And, of course, iMovie is great for anything below professional video editing, and iDVD is pretty easy to use as well. HTH -- Boris On Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at 03:51 PM, Lene Wangmo wrote: > Is there anything like the ATI for MAC users? >> I bought the ATI 8500DV(64MB) All In Wonder. I don't know what your >> budget >> is, >> but this package was $199 at Best Buy. It came with Video editing >> software($$) >> and all of the cables needed(S-Video, RCA, etc.) It was VERY easy to >> set up, >> I didn't have any driver problems, etc. (I'm using a Win2k machine.) >> I don't >> have a DV camera yet, but when I get it, it'll plug right in. >> >> Other cool features: >> RF Remote that will control your mouse, TV/DVD playback, etc. (fun) >> It makes a great Gaming card. :-) >> And, cames with some games.