Question about Philips Magnavox MWR10D6 DVD Recorder
I am converting my out of production (1972-2001) tapes to DVD before they degrade and assume they were produced with copy protection in force and the tapes are typically two volume sets. For various tape sets I have copied both, one or neither of a set of tape volumes to the unit's _hard_disk_drive_ and received the message "recording not allowed" for neither, one or both tapes, respectively. Is there an explanation for this random "recording not allowed" message? Is there a work around or upgrade to the systems bios, firmware or software that can be applied? For good measure, I feed the VCR video output through a signal amplier to prevent the dark oscillations that occur on copies of tapes with copy protection. Thanks in advance for any guidance on this problem.
RIAA has prodded the electronics manufacturers into putting copy protection into their recorders. You are allowed one copy, I believe, and you will be able to make it to a DVD-R in VR mode. VR mode protects (how? dunno) the recording from being copied a second time. DVD-RAM and DVD-R (maybe -RW) in VR mode should allow you to make your copy.
RIAA - Recording Industry Association of America
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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