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How to record from a cctv camera to a digital tv recoder

I have a HiTachi HDR162 digital tv recorder and i have cctv camera with ascart lead is it possible configer the cctv to record on the digital recorder

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    Darrel Lindsay Jun 24, 2008

    thanks body i am using the tv.vcr to record from. tapes for 8hours

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You can't do this at all. It will only record from its own freeview tuners.

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