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VHS to DVD dubbing questions

I have a Zenith XBR716 DVD/VCR recorder and am putting my VCR tape on DVD. But after I put them on DVD I want to use my computer to edit them. I am using DVD+RW disks. But no matter which prigram I us to try to load the DVDs on to my computer thay sat there are no files on the DVD. Any help on figuring out what I am doing wrong would be appreciated.

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  • jamesmartink Aug 26, 2008

    We are recording onto the DVR using a DVD+R disc. The disc plays in the XBR716, but not on any computer or other DVD.

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After doing all recording, go to DVD menu (use Home button on remote, then choose Disc Manager) and FINALIZE it.

This is basically a repeat of the answer above, I just wanted to emphasize it.

Thanks to this question and answer, they were very helpful to me.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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The disc needs to be finalised by the DVD recorder. (A process which includes writing data to the start of the disc listing what is on the disc, so when you put it into another device it can see whats on it).
You CANNOT finalise RW discs.
You need to use DVD R discs, they are so cheap these days, i pay about £7 for 50 RiDiscs (16x).
If you then need something to rip it to your PC, DVD shrink is free and good.

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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1. Insert a blank DVD disc in the DVD deck and
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2. Insert the VHS video tape you wish to copy into
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