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Using a JVC /DVD/S-vhs dual dubbing Deck model jvc sr-mv55u Trying to do a straight dub from an edited S-VHS tape to a formated for video DVD for archival library. I am following the instructions in the manual The recording starts and records for approx two minutes and pause's than starts again and so on. After recorded DVD disc in finalized the DVD plays back the same why. I am using a fuji film dvd-RW 4.7 GB 120 Min 1x to 16X. Any suggestions?

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  • mazemichaelf Mar 29, 2008

    I understand that however I am trying to do a straight dub from the S-VHS built in vcr to record on the buiild in DVD as per sit up on page 46

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AS the recording in the DVD payer can record DVD and VHS from simaintansly from the single source (i.e it can record tv programme in both dvd and vhs at same time ) as per manual page 36. But you cannot record Vhs to a DVD in your player ,the please use a computer to convert the vhs into DVD by coverting softweare which free available in the web.

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    Anand Kumar Mar 29, 2008

    However if the VHS is copyright protected you cannot use this function,after you perform the dubbing you need to choose the format finalizing please follow the steps on the manual page 63 and try with other VHS tape the same function.

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Now days dvd player comes with advace tacnoloy
u not need make vedio dvd u make to your dvd as a data dvd & dvd plyer read it isely so dont need to do vhs or vcd

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