Question about Samsung DVD-VR357
I want to record my old VHS movies onto DVD, but some of the tapes are protected. Is there a way to bypass this security?
Sorry. You can't remove or get around the copy protection on old movies, or Disney. That's there to prevent us from becoming a DVD supplier for friends, relatives and whomever, instead of them buying their own, and the manufacturer losing money. You'll always get the message that the tape cannot be duplicated. If you can't replace with a retail DVD then you're sunk, like me and the rest of us.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
In most situations a VCR tape is protected (meaning the image will have lines running through it making the video unrecognizable) as a result of reflective tape being on the side of the tape. If you notice a metalic-like sticker on the side of the tape this is likely the cause. Simply taping over it with black electrical tape will usually do the trick. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
A time-base corrector device will do the job....accordianman
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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