What's the best (economics versus quality) to digitize VHS movies destined for VCD mastering? I've recently discovered that some older titles in my VHS collection are degrading faster than I originally anticipated. I attempted to digitize one of them, this afternoon. It didn't go very well. My wife's computer is slow, like 200 Mhz, 64Mb RAM. She has installed, an ATI TV Tuner card, along with her ATI video card. Attempts to capture VHS output result in lost frames, and a jerky capture. A quick look at eBay suggests that a company called Dazzle has some pretty good "block box" products that take analog in, and spit out MPEG-1 video via USB. They have other products that plug directly in to you PC using a PCI card. Reviews at Amazon.com for some of these products suggest their software is buggy, and performs poorly from Windows 2000 (the platform I run on) I am interested in learning a economical way to digitize titles from my VHS collection, for safe keeping. DVD-R are a bit prohibitive for me, right now, but VCD might be a good alternative. Any recommendations that might be made are welcome and appreciated.