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Re: I want to transfer all files on DVD recorder to PC
There is no function on the EH65 to back up your files to your computer or an external drive.
The only thing you can do is transfer your cherished files to DVD-R then put them on your computer. Any other way, like playing the file and re-recording on your computer will result in poor reproduction.
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Do you mean USB? According to the manual for your DVD recorder, the USB port is only for the playback of MP3 (audio) or JPEG (photo) files. So you can't record video from your camera through the USB port.
hi if u r using rca cables connect 3 leads to output of vcr then connect them to input of dvd recorder......connect another cable to output of dvd recorder & connect it to tv input terminals set tv to av .on remote also set input on remote for dvd recorder good luck
Usually it works the other way around: you download videos to your PC, copy/transfer them to a flash drive and then watch those videos from the flash drive on the big screen of your TV rather than on your PC's not-so-big screen. To do what you want, check if your BT Vision box has the capability to copy files from its internal hard drive to the USB flash drive.
If you have both a VCR and DVD recorder there is no problem. Just connect the A/V output from the VCR to the A/V input of the DVD recorder. Start the tape and press record on the DVD recorder. (these connection are RCA type ans coloured white, red, abd yellow. Just connecxt them colour to colour. Couldn't be simpler. When the recording finishes, transfer to an optical disk. After finalizing, the VOB files from the optical disk can be converted to mpeg4 or any other format you desire using your PC.
hook the video output from vcr to dvd input at rear, then hook output from dvd to tv input. note; you can not record protected vcr movies you can only record tv shows from sattelite to vcr or dvd recorder. its best to record straight from sattelite to dvd recorder for picture clarity.
You can not view from the USB, since the USB port on the DVD player is ver 1.1. The transfer speed is to slow to watch a movie. Alternatively you can copy your movie from your flashdrive to the harddrive and watch from there. You will see what I mean with slow speed when you copy the movie. It takes ages.
if you have an s video out as well as audio out on your laptop connect it to svideo and corrasponding audio input on dvd recorder. hook up recorder to a TV to see the movie your transfering then press record on drc that should be good luck