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Transferring vidio from cam-corder to vcr tapes

When playing a vidio feed to my vcr from my camcorder the vcr will not record Ive made sure that the cords are in the vidio in but when i play the vcr tape back on my tv its blank what am i doing wrong

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Re: transferring vidio from cam-corder to vcr tapes

YOu should have your our from your cam to the input of your vcr and the output of the vcr to the input of the tv... then simply set your vcr to the input channel that your cam is connected to ans it should show up on the tv, if it does not hit the tv/vcr button on the remote ... hit record and our done

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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Issue I believe with the Horizontal Synch

Hi this problem sounds like the tape was damaged somehow maybe faulty when you brought it because if you had no problems using a different tape then that rules out the head been damaged inside the video so i would say the tape was faulty.
Also you are right they dont make videos anymore and eventually wont be able to buy blank tapes the best format that you should invest in is a camcorder that takes memory cards these can hold alot more than the tapes can and the quality is 100 times better and less likely to fail on you also you can store everything on your computer and then transfer to dvd.
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My family videos are stored on the mini VHS tapes. I recently bought a VCR to dvd recorder to transfer them into dvds but now I discover my VHS playpak (that you need to play the mini tapes) is broken....

Maplin Electronics have a motorised VHS-C Cassette adaptor that will enable you to view any camcorder tape on a standard VHS. If that is any help priced around £15.00.

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I need to record from my camcorder to the VCR. How do I do this?

All you need to do is get a lead that will fit into the audio/video sockets of the camcorder and fit it into the 3 sockets (left side) on the front of the VCR shown in the picture of this post. Set the VCR channel selector to the front socket. Press play on the Cam, press record on the VCR and it should copy it.
Sometimes the lead comes with the camcorder. They are colour coded, match the colours with the VCR front sockets.

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If your camcorder allows you to connect to a tv or vcr and allows you to record from it to the camcorder via the rca video input, then you should be able to record it that.  The camcorder must have the RCA audio/video inputs on it to be successful.


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Dubbing from vcr to vcr

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output [player] audio to INPUT [recorder]
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ok hear u go
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