- New version available now (VHStoDVD 7.0 Software Upgrade)
- Capture old VHS, Beta, 8mm or camcorder tapes and convert them to DVD, Blu-ray or other digital formats
- Capture and edit high-def video from HDV camcorders. Supports up to 1920 x 1080 resolution
- Customize your videos with background music, screen effects, filters or add your own menus
- Convert captured video to MPEG4/AVC format to watch on portable devices, including iPhones and iPads
VHS to DVD 5.0 Standard is a powerful and effortless video conversion solution. Video tapes can deteriorate over time. Your old videos will have color bleed, white specks and other distortions. Don’t risk this happening to your home video collection! With just a few clicks, you can archive your video tape collection onto DVD or Blu-ray disc. Also create your own DVD or Blu-ray movies from your camcorder, VCR, DVD player and more. VHS to DVD 5.0 Standard offers three options: For beginners there’s Easy Wizard Mode. Transfer your video to DVD or Blu-ray with one click. Step-by-step pictorial instructions guide you through the process. For creative options, there’s advanced mode. Capture video from analog or HDV/DV camcorder, VCR, DVD player and more. Edit unwanted scenes and add transition effects. Burn DVDs and Blu-ray discs with custom menus, and upload to YouTube with one click. To revive old music, there’s Audio Recorder. Record audio from your cassettes, LP records and video tapes to create WMA files or audio CDs.
USB video capture device required.
VHS to DVD 5.0 Software Upgrade is available for owners of the products listed below.
*VHS to DVD 2.0/3.0/4.0 Deluxe, VHS to DVD 4.0 HD, VHS to DVD Plus, VHS to DVD 3.0/4.0 Plus, Video to DVD Plus
All Honestech branded USB capture devices are compatible with this product, provided the device supports your version of Windows. Please see Honestech device compatibly information below:
VIDBOX NW03 or VIDBOX NM (supports Windows 7/Vista/XP, both 32/64bit OS)
VIDBOX NW02 (Supports Windows XP/Vista; supports 32bit OS only)
Note: For 3rd-party capture cards/devices: A non-hardware encoding video capture card/device is required. If the hardware encoding status is unknown, please contact the card/device manufacturer for more information.