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Import the video on your pc using something like
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815260028&cm_re=av_card-_-15-260-028-_-Product and convert it to dvd format using the supplied software..
the VR3845 on a whim, at a local Costco because of the DVD/VHS combo
feature and the price. After 7 months the VR3845 suddenly wouldn't read
DVD's anymore, even ones I'd recorded the night before. The GoVideo Web
site was of no help and I'm now facing wasting hours of my time to get
a replacement or my money back, assuming I can.
"features", you can only switch recording channels at the minute. That
means you record, say 8pm to 9pm on channel 5, but you can't program
the unit to record from 9pm to 10pm on a different channel. The
programming interface will only let you start the next recording on a
new channel at 9:01PM, so you lose the first minute of your program.
the end of a programmed recording session the VR3845 automatically
shuts off. If you're watching another channel while recording, suddenly
all you see is static until you power up the VR3845 again.
Sorry Man but this thing just isn't worth it I would take it back.
Some DVD players have a protection which keeps you from playing copy writed DVD's even if it's on the DVD-R's. Most of the latest DVD players within the past 3-4yrs have this intergraded into it. In that case, your recorder is really working you just need a DVD player that supports your recorded dvd's vs. non-recorded ones.
Have you also tried to play those DVD's on a media center/system on your pc or computer? That might also help you decipher if it's really the burner or the DVD players as well...
Let us know how it goes. Hope this helps..unfortunately when the DVD player has that prevention already intergraded internally there is no way to remove it..its just how it comes.
Yes, having invented TV here in America, we have always used the NTSC
format. It is not compatible with the other formats. There
are some commercial VCR's that can play any format, but very expensive
of course. If it is something important that you need, take it to
a TV editing service that can convert it for you.