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Transferring to a dvd disc

I am trying to transfer my video tape onto a dvd disc. Is there a adaptor I need for it?

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  • TNKCJ Jan 28, 2008

    What is a TV card? I want to transfer video from video camera to a dvd.



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Only you can transfer through tv card

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