I can't speak for anyone there, I can only say that I have been using my Dazzle HDVB since it came out and haven't had any of the problems they speak of. I transfered some VHS video from my VCR to my Mac, edited in iMovie, and transferred back to VHS with no problems at all. I have used it several times (I'm not a huge video freak, so my needs are simple) and the results always pleasant.<br><br>However, if you have reservations, I would suggest trying the Formac or even one of the cheaper USB solutions.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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Formac Studio DV is fine. There were some problems with their customer serv ice at one time, but I understand they have resolved most of those problems - like personnel leaving, vacations, sick leave. The normal things that all companies deal with FWIW.<br>Gab<br><br>I don't drink anything stronger than pop...<br>You know the rtest.
I just found out about this other thing called Canopus. It was recommended by a local guy here and my brother bought one. Haven't seen it, don't know what it is, but it converts VHS to digital.<br><br>
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