Well, I've not tried it - 'cause my brother is the mac user of the family :D But this converter seems promising:
Note: Has a beta download version as well as the online.
I went the complicated route with converting VHS to the PC. My dad has a very good DV camcorder that unlike mine, can take in video & audio and convert it and pass it out through a IEEE 1394 (Firewire) cable to record as digital on the PC (which if you don't have that socket on, you can get a cheap IEEE 1394 PCI card to plug in, probably round about a tenner now-a-days).
The one part I was missing in all this, until recently was a switchable SCART in/out connector for the VHS player - finally my friend found me a cheap one for a pound :D (I didn't want to pay the £5 for the value Tesco one *grin*)
Most scart connectors are missing pins and are only for input.
Normally, it'd be easier (and cheaper if you don't have the right DV camcorder) to get a TV capture card, which now-a-days are quite cheap (I'm guessing around £40), but the quality is something to checkout reviews for before deciding which one will do.
I can understand what you mean, with the one track turning into them wanting others :/ Plus it takes time getting used to using the studio, I suspect, so one day might not be enough. Esp. if you have vocal track to lay down.
Just enjoying myself, reading, games, VHS tape digitising - then suffering fixing PC's :D From myself, family to a friend half-way across the globe, we all have computer troubles at times I get to try and solve. Even my neighbour is trying to rope me into installing hardware as a job. heh heh
It's good you're busy with the band stuff, lotta practice and marketing I bet, man. I'm sure you'll rock the house down over the next month at your gigs. What's the plans with the recording?