Update your burning software. An older version of Nero had this issue. If that doesn't do it, there are some free programs online that will allow you to shift the audio to match the video. You'll have to change the format to AVI first.
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1: Hi i would recommend trying the recorder on a different tv to check if the problem continues. If the green tint is gone then its the tvs inputs. If it is still green then its the player or the cord. Try a different cord if the green tint is still there then the player has a problem.
2: Now for the VHS to DVD. There are general a lock out encoded on the VHS if it is a store bought movie. This is to protect the content on the VHS from piracy and that would case the DVD to be blank. The VHS to DVD are made for converting your home videos like family vacations and stuff you record your self and not for commercial movies like the ones you bye at the store. If you want to convert old VHS movies to DVD you would have to get another VHS player and another device in between the VHS player and the VHS to DVD recorder.
Not if you mean recording within that 1 unit from VHS to DVD.You would need a second unit DVD recorder which normally requires a digital input of some sort such as a cable box or a self-contained digital scanner but I am not sure if that would even work.It would depend on what the media input was recorded on the VHS.
As the black and white pic got a snall cross dot patten all over it. If this so the input on your tv that connects to the dvd player as been set to s-video you can change this with remote on tv . regards windyhouse
Select AV-1 or some thing in TV and plug DVD recorder Video-Audio output in AV-1 input of TV, playback any DVD and confirm its picture and sound in TV. Press Stop button of DVD recorder to stop playback. Now plug Video-Audio output of VCR in DVD recorder input and select AV Input in DVD recorder, insert VHS tape in VCR and playback it and confirm you get VHS picture and sound in TV via DVD recorder. Hookup between TV, DVD recorder and VCR is completed. Playback VHS tape in VCR, Insert blank DVD disc in DVD recorder and press Record while you see VHS tape picture in TV. Hope this info will help you.
The audio failure sounds more like a VHS player failure than a DVD software/recorder failure. Both audio and video are transferred at the same time to the DVD, and as long as the DVD recorder is working, that's really all there is. I would check the VHS player and confirm that the sound actually works all the way through.
Setting the clock 1. Press SETUP in no disc mode or full stop mode,MENU screen appears on the TV screen. 2. Using v select SETUP MENU, then press ENTER or >, BASIC SETUP is highlighted. 3. Using v to select “Set Clock ”, then press ENTER or >, “Set Clock Setup ”screen appears. 4. Press</>/^/v repeatedly (or numeric buttons) to set the date and time. 5. Press > to select “Done”or“Cancel ”, and then press ENTER , BASIC SETUP returns. 6. To exit, press SETUP. 7. Press POWER to turn off the unit, the clock appears on the VFD display.
link to manual http://www.centrios.com/content/support.aspx?language=en-CA#
Before you attempt to finalize, press the stop button 3 times. This will stop the disc from spinning in the tray. Then attempt to finalize from the menu. Sometimes this will not work, depending on your chosen brand of media. Some media just won't finalize (even if they are from the same package of discs that do finalize properly). I don't know why this recorder is so fussy about the media - sorry!