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How to Transfer and Convert 8mm Camcorder to DVD

Have some old 8mm files (Hi8 and Digital8) and want to convert them to DVD for playback on DVD player or TV? In this article, you will learn how to convert 8mm tapes to DVD either for backup or DVD gifts.

To burn 8mm tapes to DVD, you just need to get a DVD burning program. Here Aimersoft DVD Creator is considered as the best choice to create DVDs from 8mm camcorder tape files. Apart from 8mm tapes, it can also burn DVDs from all regular video formats like MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MOV, etc. What's more, the built-in video editor and free DVD menu templates make your DVD more personalized and professional. If you are a Mac user with any Mac running Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included), you can turn to the equivalent Mac DVD burning software.

Free download 8mm camcorder tapes to DVD converter:

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After downloading, install and run the program and check out the quick start guide to transfer 8mm camcorder tapes to computer and burn them to DVD with ease. Note that the below guide uses DVD Creator for Windows (Including Windows 8) screenshots.

How to easily convert 8mm tapes to DVD

1Transfer 8mm camcorder tapes to computer

First, you need to transfer the files to your computer as videos. You can use a video recorder and a TV tuner card to do that: Connect the 8mm tape player to the TV tuner card and launch the video recorder. After that, insert the tapes and press the buttons to check the media content on the tapes and set the place where you want to start recording. And then you can set the export format of the video capture software as MPEG-2. Finally, play the tapes and start capturing the videos. The video will then be transferred to your computer.

2Add video files to the DVD burner

Click "Import" or select Source >  "Add Files" option to load the videos you have transferred to your computer from the 8mm camcorder. As you can see, you can preview the videos on the right and take snapshots freely..

convert 8mm tapes to DVD

This DVD Creator comes with a video editor to let you personalize the videos before burning them onto DVD discs. To edit a video, simply click the Edit button beside it to open the video editing window, where you can crop videos, trim videos, adjust video effects, insert subtitles and more.

3Start burning your tapes to DVD

Before start the burning process, you can click Menu to choose a DVD menu style to fit your DVD theme and at the same time make it look professional. After that, click the Burn tab and set the burning parameters. Finally, click Burn to start burning the 8mm tape video to DVD.

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Below is a video tutorial on how to convert 8mm camcorder to DVD:

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