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Recording I have a HDTV with VGA input. I would like to record clips from internet onto dvd player through TV whlist viewing. Is this possible, please advise.

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I think it should be possible. As long as you don't exceed the resolution of the DVD player. It should work fine. Just keep DVD player in Rec / Pause mode then hit Rec button when you want to record a clip, then pause it again. That should work fine. Have a good night. Jay

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