I just signed up here at techspot and i have a question. Im probably the only person on earth who wants to output edited video to a VHS tape on my VCR. I have a video editing software program and a capture and output device from ADS Tech, but i cant get them to work together even though the software came bundled with the hardware. I have talked to the tech support people at both companies so many times i feel like theyre part of my family. So far, nobody can help me. So, i bought another video editing software program from Roxio, and it says in order to output to a VCR all i need to do is hook up a cable from the VCR to the computer. I just noticed what appears to be an S-Video connector on the back of my Compaq. Does that mean i just have to plug my VCR into that S-Video connector to make it work? Then it says to hook up a sound cable from the vcr to the sound card. Wouldnt the S-Video carry the audio as well? The only sound ports on my vcr are RCA Jacks, and as far as i can tell, the only output from my sound card is where my speakers are plugged in. The reason i havent just hooked it up and tested it is because my current VCR doesnt have S-Video, so i would have to go buy a new VCR, and i dont want to spend the money unless its going to work. What do you guys think?