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  1. Several of these should do the job.
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  2. Thanks, the KDV-5000 is what I'm looking for but at $159. It'll probably be a better deal to get the KDV-7000 at $55 and use $104 savings to purchase a HDMI capture. Unless I can find something similar to KDV-5000 at a cheaper price. I think most of their products are re branded, maybe I'll get lucky.
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  3. Usual advice is to capture in native format and use the media player to convert, what is your end result.?
    PAL/NTSC problem solver.
    USED TO BE A UK Equipment owner., NOW FINISHED WITH VHS CONVERSIONS-THANKS
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  4. I'm using avs2dvd to convert PAL DV video to NTSC DVD, it takes a long time, thought I can get a hardware converter to save time.
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  5. Is the DVD end result as you need to give to a family member? I would convert to Divx or MKV and they can just play via a usb stick depending on their hardware.
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  6. Yes DVD is desired.
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  7. Most ntsc<>pal boxes are poor compared to a native format capture and software conversion, I believe the free TMPG encoder will do it. http://www.tmpgenc.net/en/download.html

    or buy the tmpg http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/taw6.html
    PAL/NTSC problem solver.
    USED TO BE A UK Equipment owner., NOW FINISHED WITH VHS CONVERSIONS-THANKS
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  8. Thanks for the heads up. I guess I'll stick to slow software conversion.
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    You can hack the DVD player to playback any region code disc and make DVD's from your DV files in the same color standard, converting from a standard to another is almost half of the video quality is lost. And if you can avoid DV from the start that's another benefit assuming you are capturing VHS tapes.
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