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How to record a VHS tape to a DVD disc
Read your manual first to make sure the unit will do this.If it does chances are it won't record unless it has a decoder built in.Most VHS tapes have macrovision protection that prevents you from copying them.It will however,record homemade VHS tapes.There are decoders out there you can buy to enable you to copy VHS tapes.
on Mar 29, 2019
Connect Laptop to VCR for Recording
I haven't done this, but you may need an entire box converter. I have a friend who wanted to do something similar and he needed some kind of TV/VCR/DVD covnerter/recorder device.
For the cable, what you need is (if your laptop is HMDI) an HDMI to RCA box. There are small, cheap ones on ebay going by the brand "mini" and although they're tiny and plasticky and light, and they don't feel like they're up to the job, mine works fine. The quality's not great, but it's probably good enough for a VHS tape.
As to the very specifics of how to hook up, what other equipment you need, etc, I can't be of full use there.
on Feb 24, 2018
I had a video tape get stuck in it. I tried ff and
There is a small pencil dia, into which a lever enters to unlock it on the underside of the cassette which when pushed in and unlocks both sides on which the tape enabling FF & RW & PLAY. The pin must have got its angle changed or manged to change wile removing the stuck tape..................sodeep
on Dec 24, 2016
How do I hook up
both should be hooked directly to tv
VCR side of combo should be hooked up with composite video(yellow, red, white wires) to video 1 input
DVD side of combo should be hooked up component video (red, blue, green wires and red white for sound)
cable box should be hooked up HDMI or component to TV if HD or composite video if SD
hope this helps
on Aug 13, 2015
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