Question about VCRs
I noticed in the manual that there is a "copying from DVD to VCR" option.
But I want to do the opposite....copy from VHS to DVD. Help! How can I accomplish this? Does the Go Video DVR4200 capacitate that? Or is there another way to do it with my Go Video, my home PC and my TV?
Please remember that I am a techno-retard and don't understand a whole lot of technological stuff, but if you explain it to me in good layman terms, I should be able to figure it out.
Thanks soooo much!
Recording DVDs is a whole 'nother ball game. The data has to be all prepped and then recorded in one shot. Can't just start and stop like a tape machine. Half the reason for pushing DVDs on the market is prevent you from easily recording them. Takes either a special recorder ($$$) or a computer with a writable DVD drive.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
The name of the GoVideo DVR4200 is a bit misleading. It is NOT a "DVR". It will only record DVD ->VCR and any "protected" DVD will not record. There are some hacks out there for this unit but be careful because some of them have been known to kill the DVD player.
The 4200 has been out for quite some time as I had bought one for a family member some years ago.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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