544 Conversion Rate Optimization Tips now 616 and counting Unbounce – StumbleUpon. This list isn’t joking. I read some great marketing suggestions here. This was obviously put together thoughtfully.
I was thinking that the MPEG2 format was probably lower quality than ideal, but considering they are on VHS the quality is already probably limited. Sounds like an easy way to convert.
Some applications that I had never heard of before. It exciting when someone makes a front end for a popular program like ffmpeg. I used that last year in a job and it worked great.
- Option 1 – http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/imic/ – The iMic is a low cost device $30 that allows stereo audio in. It comes with software or you can use other software to make edits like Garageband for example.
- Option 2 – http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11239293 – The Ion Audio Dual for $120. This piece of hardware is Mac or PC compatible and even has settings for CrO2.
- Option 3 – You can plug in the audio out of the cassette player to the line in on the computer. This might result in noise, faint sounds, or reduced quality (due to the DAC conversion) depending on the quality of the cable you use and/or the specific characteristics of each of the units. I would not recommend this.
- Option 4 – You can plug in the headphone jack to the audio in and this will also result in noise and reduced quality to another DAC conversion. I would not recommend this.
One free way is to use VLC as this thread states. Other solution in this thread as level.
Good choice. You will be amazed at how many things you can do with it. Mac OS X for UNIX Users