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You will have to use a computer that has windows XP, vista won't support these, I have one like it.
You can either use the cables and plug them into your computer and create a file, which is very large then burn it to disc. Or you can plug it into your DVD recorder directly and put it directly on the disc in record mode. Use your manual for directions.

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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    I did this with my dvd video recorder and it works very well and easy. Just connect the red-yellow-white cables, hit record on the dvd recorder and then hit play on the handycam.

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