[thelist] format for video?

David Kaufman david at gigawatt.com
Fri Feb 2 13:01:16 CST 2007

Oh and by the way,

You can also buy a PCI card (or USD tho they tend to cost more) that will take output from your TV (or any other video device -- this card has video, audio, and Coaxial (like a TV Tuner) inputs, it outputs MPEG files 
(watch the link-wrap)

...and costs just $20 bucks.  Probly what Wal-Mart charges for a single VHS-to-DVD dupe.



I (David Kaufman <david at gigawatt.com>) wrote:
> Hi Bill,
> bill scheider <bill at first-encounter-design.com> wrote:
>> I have a client who [wants to put a VHS video] on her website [...]
> Wal-Mart and Walgreens will both convert a VHS tape to a DVD for you.
> *then* you can go down the rabbit-hole of transferring, encoding,
> converting and/or saving it into some file format suitable for the
> web.  I can't offer much help there :-)   
> If you end up with a FLV though, allow me to recommend
> http://www.jeroenwijering.com/?item=Flash_Media_Player 
> -dave
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