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Disabling the copy protection is illegal.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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Where can I obtain a manual?


You can go to this link for a free copy of the manual. Be advised that the device has hardware top prevent the copying of copyrighted media, so commercial VHS tapes will probably come out distorted if you try to dub them to DVD.


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Can you still hook up a DVD & VCR Recorder through Rogers PVR and record to disc anything you have on the PVR memory to a disc to have a hard copy to keep and free up space on PVR memory????


I think you will have difficulties with DVD or Video tapes that have imbedded copy right signas l if you feed the video cable from old device into PVR s input source. You may find the PVR will refuse to record due to copyright . Does the PVR have a USB port you may be able to plug in a 20 Terabytes USB portable drive into it . I am not familiar with the rogers PVR but check its manual to see if it can.
you may be able to convert the DVD or Video Tape into an MPEG -2 or MPEG -4 format and read it on the PVR using a computer.
Copyright law may allow you to convert the type of media (you must own the rights to use original copy) to another format of media (PVR) for your use only. Check if copyright in your country allows this in Australia it is covered under https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2004C01235
also see
https://www.pctechguide.com/how-to-transfer-your-vcr-tapes-to-dvd/how-to-transfer-vcr-video-to-dvd-preparation
https://www.pctechguide.com/how-to-transfer-your-vcr-tapes-to-dvd/rip-import-copy-vcr-vhs-video-and-burn-to-dvd-with-nero

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I have a Toshiba DVD/VCR combo and I want to know if i can record a VHS onto a blank DVD disc ?


It all depends on the model of DVD/VCR Combo and what VHS you want to copy.

Pre Recorded VHS are copyright protected so the system won't let you copy them.

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I've been copying a numerous VHS recordings to DVD format on my Panasonic VCR combi, and now it tells me 'this material can not be copied' or words to that effect! Regards, Joel


the problem is dvi incripting the vcr has detected that its connected to a unit that may copy images to another therefore breaking copyright law try using an icp breaker to stop the dvd from talking to the dvd
it works every time

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I want to transfer my VHS tapes to DVD with a VCR/DVD player/burn


Copyright pertains to distribution of the copies you make. If you plan to only use the DVD copies for yourself then you are not in violation of the law.
Of course, the VHS Gnomes and BETA-Max Cops might tell you differently, but who listens to them anymore...

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Recording to DVD recorder


I know you can copy to the VCR. but do not know if digital recording has any form of copyright protection. You can try to copy by connecting the outputs of the DVD TV to the inputs of the DVD player recorder.

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VCR copyright


On the side that faces out of the tape that sticks out of the vcr there should be a square indent. This makes the tape read only and tells the player that it is copyrighted. If you were to cover it with a piece of tape it should work. Just make sure the tape is on really good so that it doesn't fall off into your machine. I'm assuming they are your personal family videos that you accidentally broke the tab off of and not actual hollywood videos that you would get into trouble for copying.

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I need to know if you can play the vcr and record it on the dvd player?

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Recording from VCR to HDD


The VCR tape contains a copy inhibitor along it's length, so cannot be copied. the only way to make a copy is to use a truly analog route, without any copyright checking getting in the way. I think this is mentioned in the manual.

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Trying to Copy Home VCR tape and keep getting copyright message.


Try replacing the tab on the VCR tape-which may have been removed to prevent VCR eraure [?]

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