Can't understand how to record from VHS to DVD but Green tint solved
Green tint is solved now by using a different TV. Thanks.
But trying to record a VHS to DVD, in the Manual there are a few different buttons, like COPY, ENTER, tried doing it as I thought by putting in a VHS the DVD and pressing record
but DVD is blank. Do I need to buy a Universal Remote Control or has anyone got a Bush recorder who could explain which buttons to use. I was told by the Owner that it was easy direct from machine, but can't get hold of him now, so hoping someone may have a solution, hope this makes sense. Thankyou
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1: Hi i would recommend trying the recorder on a different tv to check if the problem continues. If the green tint is gone then its the tvs inputs. If it is still green then its the player or the cord. Try a different cord if the green tint is still there then the player has a problem.
2: Now for the VHS to DVD. There are general a lock out encoded on the VHS if it is a store bought movie. This is to protect the content on the VHS from piracy and that would case the DVD to be blank. The VHS to DVD are made for converting your home videos like family vacations and stuff you record your self and not for commercial movies like the ones you bye at the store. If you want to convert old VHS movies to DVD you would have to get another VHS player and another device in between the VHS player and the VHS to DVD recorder.
Put tape in. Make sure the plastic tap isn't broke on front of vhs tape, if so, put tape over it. Put tape and vhs in player, turn vcr channel to 04 I believe. Then hit the copy button. Otherwise put on dvd/ hit copy button
if i understand your statement, you are having an issue copying either VHS to DVD or vice versa, most media today has built in copyright protection to prevent what you are trying to do, there are PC softwares to bypass these, but you will have to hook the player to your PC using a TV Tuner, or an Application called VHS to DVD or something similar,
first let me say that a dvd player and a dvd recorder are different. the dvd player can only play dvd while a dvd recorder can both play and record dvd that is said. what i understand from what you write is currently is - out of your tv box into your dvd player then out of your player into your tv........ ok some dvd has two connections. line one and line two if your tv box is in line one then you should plug the rca cable in line two in. then you select line two on the dvd player then plug the other end to your vcr in line out so that is out of your vcr into line two of your dvd player.(some times one of the connection is at the front of your player hidden) if your dvd player only have one connection then you would have to plug out your tv box and replace it with the vcr cable and when you finish coping your vhs tape you plug in back your tv box to your dvd player. hope i could help.......... Tracy