If you want to convert your old records for use in your videos, these turntables use USB and recording software to convert your audio into digital format for use in your video editor.
Not every song is available on CD, and many "all you can eat" streaming music services don't let you use their downloads in a video editing program because of Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection. But your old vinyl records (33, 45, 78) have no such protections; if you can get them into the computer, you can technically use them in editing (this is not necessarily legal, and this is not a legal opinion).
The devices I have chosen here are turntables that use a built in USB circuit to plug into your computer and digitize the music into mp3 or another usable format. I've chosen from a wide range of pricing options. The lesser priced options tnd to use ceramic cartridges and are apt to sound a bit tinny, may be enough for your needs, especially for 78's or 45's. The more expensive choices use magnetic cartridges and have phono circuits built in so you don't need an additional pre-amp inline. Some of these do not do 78 rpm, but this is easily fixed by digitizing and multiplying the speed in your editor. A few also can convert via bluetooth.