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For other type of video camera tapes you will have to try other methods like connect camera with tape to a DVD recorder and directly burn the DVDs. You can buy attachments and software for PC but I have found these very cumbersome to work with.
The Zenith player/recorder will be able to record to DVD from an external input such as a PVR. The most likely reasons you are unable to record successfully are:
1. The TV / DVR is not connected to the Zenith recorder correctly. You need a separate cable for recording. You cannot record using the cable that is connected for playback of DVD discs. 2. The TV / DVR does not have "VIDEO OUT" sockets 3. You have not selected the correct external input on the Zenith recorder
If you can let me know the brand and model number of your TV / DVR and how it is connected to the Zenith DVD recorder, I can let you know why it isn't working, how to make it work, and even draw you a setup diagram, if required. It's very difficult to give you the correct answer without these details.
You Zenith DVD recorder will record from the DVR - the real question is, can the DVR send video to the Zenith DVD recorder . . . ?
The problem is not the dvds themselfs it is the other play that you are trying to play them in (some players do not play DVD- and DVD+ or any other of self recorded disks) Look on the players box to see all what types of disks it can play!
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As long as they are HOME movies, a VHS/DVD recorder will work fine. And be the easiest to use. I personally like my Lite-On VCR/DVD combo unit I've had for a year now. Model # LVC-9016G. Microcenter in the Chicago/Minn area carries them,
I bought mine from www.3btech.com it's now only 69 bucks, and free shipping. You cannot record on CDsor Dual Layer disks-but it works quite well with 16x plus +R, and 4X-r-I would recomend +R RWs, they don't need finalizing, and you can use them over again ,if you change your mind-price about 75cents to a buck and a quarter almost everywhere.