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Do I have to watch the whole VHS???

I want to dub my VHS tapes to dvds, I did one and I had to watch the whole movie to transfer it!! Is this the only way to dub it or is there a way to copy it without having to watch the entire movie???

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It hasn't got a function called high speed dubbing or recording like a tape player unfortunatly cause the VCR needs to be able to read the VHS and if it had high speed then it would be like fast forwarding the whole time and would look really bad.

If you have any questions please dont hesutate to ask

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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