Analog vs. Digital
With repeated use, the magnetic tape used in High-8, 8 mm, VHS, and S-VHS becomes prone to wear and tear. It gets thinner and thinner until the video could no longer be played. On the other hand, the quality of digital video doesn’t diminish over time. You can play DVs countless times and still expect the quality to be as sharp as it originally was. Digitization also extends a video’s life span and allows you to enhance its original sound and picture quality.
Digitizing analog videos is a breeze with VideoStudio, wherein data captured from an analog device are automatically converted to digital format. Once digitized, you can edit these footage and output them in any disc format of your choice.