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I hate these little converters, much more trouble than they're worth.
The red and white leads provide stereo. As with VCR's just having a white phono out is quite common. There's just no connection for the red.
Its then a case of recording to your PC HDD, Edit the recording and saving the file. Finally burning the file to DVD.
You have to ensure that, assuming the options there, that you save your file as MPEG1 or MPEG2 or any file compatible with your DVD player.
In this case it looks like your "burn" failed for what ever reason. I'm afraid that disk is now a coaster. Have another crack, take your time, one stage at a time.
The way I do it, I've got a DVD recorder with a built in HDD.
Hook up my VCR to DVD recorder via scart and loop it through to a TV so I can monitor it.
Press record on the DVD and play on the VCR. When complete, edit the recorded file on my DVD then copy or dub to and finalize the recorded DVD.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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