Question about Toshiba D-VR600
I am trying to capture video from my DVD player mobel #D-VR600 (Toshiba) by using IEE1394 4pin, but the compert said the driver is not install. Therefore,how can i download this to install.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless both units has stated high speed transfer capabilities I think you have to do them one at a time and watch the entire video.
There are some units that are one unit for vhs to dvd. Panasonic is known to have some units but you are going to probably have to hunt for one. It will clearly state that it transferred compressed or highspeed.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
If you want HDMI 'Auto' mode (the factory default), you need a combination of selecting the proper output mode (use the remote's 'Progressive' button to toggle between the four output modes: HDMI, RCA VGA, component video out and s-video. Once you're in HDMI mode (the led's on the front of the box are a dead give-away!), then you can press the front panel 'HDMI Select' button to move through the five available HDMI settings: 480P, 720P, 1080i, 1080P and 'Auto'. You're in 'Auto' mode when all four led's are lit.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
I presume that you've selected the correct inputs on the TV? Go for HDMI if you have it on your TV. If not use the yellow (composite) and ensure you have nothing in the S-Video (Toshs don't like using composite and S-video at the same time).
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
SOURCE: I own a Toshiba SD-3980SU2
You are probably using incorrect disc formats in this DVD player; try DVD+RW if you must use re-writables, or DVD-R (finalised in a recorder or burned on a PC). I doubt this model supports DVD-RW, so the problem wouldn't be with the player; it would be the formats of the discs you use.
Don't use DVD-RW discs in this player if it does not support that format.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
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