"Line-In" audio question...

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  1. Christopher Chung

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    My computer has a simple little "Line-In" jack in the back.
    Now the thing I'm wondering is how I can put analog audio from VCR and audio tapes into my computer (sounds like I'm taking a step back, but I need to do it).
    What kind of program would I need if any?
    Thanks a lot people!
    Chris
     
  2. SteveMc

    SteveMc Stunt Coordinator

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    All you need is a Y-adapter for your VCR RCA audio connections to a mini connector. You can use pretty much any program that can record via your sound card. Windows sound recorder should work fine, but it doesn't have any editing capabilities. I like Goldwave, its shareware. Try a search for it at downloads.com.
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  3. Christopher Chung

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    Awsome Steve, I figured it had something to do with using a Y-Cable.
    I really appreciate it!
    Chris
     

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