According to TopTenReviews.com, DVD Cloner 2014 is the best DVD maker software on the market as of 2014. DVD Cloner's notable features include its ease of use, range of options and the speed of DVD copying and burning.
CD Burner XP, ImgBurn and Windows Media Player are popular free CD-DVD burning software programs. Whereas CD Burner XP and ImgBurn are third-party programs that require separate installations, Windows Media Players comes bundled with Windows operating systems. Alternatively, the file explorer in Win
VHS tapes can be sold at retailers who specialize in selling collectible or old movies; such retailers can be found online and in local cities. For retailers to purchase the VHS tapes, the tapes need to be in working order and in good condition.
Companies such as GreenCitizen in California offer recycling for old VHS tapes, and most accept tapes via mail. Devices such as a VHS to DVD Converter can transfer the video on the VHS tapes to a DVD or video file before recycling.
Old VHS movies can be sold for cash by listing them on eBay. They can also be listed in local classified ads.
To connect a VHS player to a computer, a person will need to use an adapter with analog capabilities. The adapter or cable should have a USB connector on one end, which will connect to the computer, and an RCA connector on the other end to connect to the VHS player.
The best rated software for making CD and DVD labels is the CD & DVD LabelMaker Expert Kit by Memorex, according to Amazon.com. Amazon users give the model 3.8 out of a possible 5 stars, as of March 2015.
VHS owners can sometimes donate old VHS tapes to thrift stores, community initiatives such as Alternative Community Training (ACT) or public libraries. Alternatives to donation include reusing old tapes for arts and crafts projects or recycling them, according to Stanford Alumni Magazine.
VHS and cassette types contain plastic and magnetic film so, in order to recycle this material, the case must be opened and the film and plastic separated. Plastic can be easily recycled; however, the film is thrown into the garbage. There are also some creative options for using cassette covers.
Recycle VHS cassettes by sending them to a company that deals with recycling e-waste. While these companies do charge for the service, they also offer a per pound rate and take other electronics for recycling as well.