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OLD AUDIO TAPE TRANSFER TO DVD FORMAT

OLD CASSETTE TAPE RECORDING ..... BURN A DIGITAL DISC

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You can do this if you have the correct equiptment.

all you need is a casette player to play the recording you want to transfer to a dvd.

a computer which has either a mic, or a sound card that has input from the player so that you can clearly copy the audio.

from there, you can copy the audio and burn it using a burning software like NERO.

if you want some ideas of this... please follow this link

an easy way to do it 'directly to dvd' you need a DVD recorder with RCA input jacks. Just take the audio/video output from your cassette player send it to the computer input...insert blank disc and record first. when done recording. burn it thru NERO.

that is the quick and easy way

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Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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    earl norman llanera Apr 24, 2008

    follow up!



    i have a suggestion to diminish the noise you record from the casette, you have to first clean the tapehead of the cassette player so that this will minimize any noise that it may produce.



    follow the instructions on inputting the connectors from the cassette player going to the computer input. and of course, be sure that your computer has a DVD Burner...

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