@klajdi2123, you're almost all set. You have a decent video camera with a TBC and a VCR with S-video Out, which is a good sign it is a reasonable machine. It may/probably has a good stabiliser in it, if it is anything like the ealier Panasonic EZs.
All you need is a capture-card/digitiser. I have a few, but my go-to card is this:
Do not be put off by the Japanese instructions; there is a good English installation guide here
It is bulletproof on Windows 10.
This device does not come with any DVD software, but the recommended technique is to capture into a lossless format/codec such as Lagarith or HUFFYUV
, do your restoration/editing, and then output in MP4 for distribution.
For capturing software, the generally accepted program is Virtual Dub 1.9.11
but I find AmarecTV
to be simpler and more robust.
As far as extra gear goes, a frame TBC will be recommended by the experts, but they generally cost a bomb.
If I were you, based on my limited experience at this, I would use your current gear, see what the result is, and if necessary, add a proper TBC. Telltale signs will be audio out-of-sync. Although, if you're an editor already, you may have the ability to resync audio when post-capture editing.
My thoughts only and I'm sure there will be others along to help/suggest.