I'm sure some of you have been here before. I have several LaserDiscs which will probably never be released on DVD. Since my LD player needs attention and paying several hundred £££ to get it repaired is not an option, I've been thinking about transferring them to DVD (before anyone gets upset) for my own personal use. I've been reading a bit on a couple of sites from people who've successfully done this by connecting the LD player directly to a video capture capture card then doing the necessary work from there. My point is - how realistic an option is doing this? I realise I'll have to get a decent card but this is something I've never tried before. Will my 7200rpm Seagate HDs be fast enough? What kind of capacity is needed to capture this kind of material? I know other people have transferred the material to digital video first, but that is not something I can do. Basically, any advice would be welcome. I'm only concerned about capturing at the moment (I figure that's enough to worry about for the time being). If it's not going to yield good results then I wont bother.