But it's difficult, so bear with me:
Here's how I did it. You'll need the same type of equipment I have, or if you have a better way, pleaaase let me know.
1. ATI Radeon 9500 Pro /w TV OUT: Run the RCA cable to your VCR's "video in".
2. Run an RCA cable from your "video out" on your VCR to something like my ATI All-in-wonder VE TV capture card.
3. Run your speaker out to your microphone or line in.
4. Open up NSVCap, set your video source to "composite in" and your audio source to "microphone/line in" (whichever you chose).
Voila! Queue up all your content in Winamp, run the video full screen, and you're done.
I have this running up on www.databasealpha.com
, however my computer is laggy, and I think it went into hibernate mode, so the video isn't working atm, but I *assure* you that this setup works.
Simple TV out video cards, old ones, can be bought for under $30, and the All-in-wonder VE is about $50 at Best Buy. Have fun!