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Im trying to convert vhs to dvd. not sure how to record.

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    What are you trying to say? how do you record VHS to DVD on this machine?

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Your tapes unless home video have macro and it can not be done with the quality you want if home video then set ur dvd to record of the vhs input wile playing

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