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How to burn a dvd from a JVC Hard disk drive recorder

I have a JVC hard DIsk drive camcorder and a Trutech DVD recorder. Shouldn't I just plug in the red white and black cable connectors that I run from the camera to the back of the recorder and push record. The Trutech says read but nothing's being burned on a DVD disc. I can't find my trutech manual. What am I doing wrong.

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Re: how to burn a dvd from a JVC Hard disk drive recorder

Make sure you plug your camcorder into the in on the dvd recorder. Make sure the dvd recorder is set to that input. you may need to hook it up to a tv and make sure you see your camera on the tv going through the dvd recorded to make sure you have it on the right setting. Make sure you camera has playback out turned on.

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