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Recording a dvd to the hard drive

Does anyone know how to copy from DVD to hard drive? I am trying to make more copies of a family video, but find no options to copy dvd to har drive, cac copy from vhs and dv, but can only play dvd's,, any help is greatly appreciated a s the manual is not clear at all on this subject

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Look for an option in the DVD menu for dubbing this means to copy contents to hdd (usually cannot do it with copy protected discs but will be ok with a disc you made yourself)

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Copying dvd to hard drive so i can copy i have a family dvd that i would like to copy how do i do it


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For what its worth, I've managed to copy my VHS home video to DVD without issue and you may already have the equipment.

I hook up my VHS recorder with a DVD recorder which also has a HDD. Daisy chaining it on to a TV to monitor. All with scart leads.

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LG HDD/DVD RECORDER RH399H

Insert an empty DVD + R. The system asks whether to format - Format.
Select a recording on the HDD to copy to DVD.
Enter
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with arrows select type of recording to make (XP, SP, EP etc)
The system show the duration you can copy to you DVD. If small enough the FAST option also appears.
If big copies while playing the orriginal (I.e. playback speed)

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RIAA - Recording Industry Association of America

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6)Let me know if it works for ya. JGIDUSKO@CFL.RR.COM

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