Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
I still prefer to watch the hottest homemade videos even though I experienced the benefits of VR. It's just a matter of taste I think. And I am pretty sure that p o r n won't ever make VR more popular. Video games may do that maybe. Anyway, I already decided that I will be selling my VR glasses soon.
Posted on Aug 25, 2019
It will revolutionize the way we experience p o r n, I'm certain. It is already a driving force for sales of VR Headsets. VR P o r n has been searched 1 Million times last month!
Even so there is no free VR P o r n yet, I'm sure they will come. But it is way more difficult for amateurs to produce VR P o r n because you need a high-quality camera set with two cameras. I have put some thoughts on this together as tried to find free full-length VR p o r n.
I think professional VR P o r n will rule the market for quite some time before streaming gets implemented and which point Virtual reality will become a technology in every aspect of our lifes. In addition to Augmented Reality.
Posted on May 01, 2018
it doesnt have a coaxial but it definitely has an Audio video connector port, what you do is buy one, its a 3 piece cable one is yellow for video, and the other two is red and white for audio, if your using flat panel TV it will definetely have that port.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Yes,if u want to.Unplug,replug the unit back after about an hour or so.The unit should reset it self out of protection mode and work again,if nothing in the circuit boards are burn.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
You should not need another '3840 to finalize the disks. Finalization just ends the index, makes writing back to the disk near impossible. You should be able to finalize / close the disk using a dvd authoring program (Nero, CD BurnerXP, etc).
The catch may be that the disks that you created are formatted as DVD video, closing a video disk may not be the same.
Another possibility is to use an authoring program (like the above) to copy your un-finalized disks to fresh media, and specify the disks to be finalized (or closed) when completed. I would try this first, the only thing to lose is time, and a disk. Oh, and about 4.7GB of hard disk space to create the image if you only have 1 DVD drive.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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You want the procedure to record 2 VHS tapes on 1 DVD........well, insert a blank DVD into the combo unit's DVD recorder tray and make sure it is initialized and ready to record. (You will have to read your user manual here if the combo does not automatically initialize the blank DVD.) Select your recording speed like SP or LP probably on your remote for the combo unit near the record button. Next make sure your TV is connected to the combo so you can monitor the recording. Insert the 1st tape into the VCR slot and position the tape to the spot you want to start recording. Press RECORD on the DVD side and PLAY on the VCR side. Monitor the recording on the TV and press PAUSE on the DVD side when you are done with the 1st tape. Press STOP, then eject on the VCR side. Next insert the 2nd tape and position the tape to the spot where you want to begin recording. Next press PAUSE on the DVD side and play on the VCR side. When done, press stop on the DVD side and the VCR side.
Playback your DVD and see if you got what you wanted.
You may need to finalize the DVD if it is played somewhere other than your combo unit.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
For VHS -> DVD dubbing, make sure that you put in a compatible writable DVD with enough space for the video. For dubbing a DVD to VHS, make sure that you have a VHS tape with the erase protection tab on the tape. Insert the blank media in the correct side and the media that you want to record in the other. Press Setup on the remote, then select the General Settings menu. Then select Recording and finally Dubbing. (Use the up/down arrows to navigate the menus and press Enter to select an option.) Select the type of dubbing that you want to do. Press Setup to exit. Then press the DVD or VCR button (with the item to record) and press play and pause when you reach the point that you want to start the recording. Then press the other device button and press the Dubbing button (on the remote or the unit). Press Stop when done recording the selection.
Note: copy-protected videos can't be dubbed.
Crutchfield and Toshiba both have the manual for the DVR-610 . Crutchfield has the manual here: http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crutchfield.com/Manuals/052/052DVR610.PDF . See page 49 for a set of screen captures of the steps for duplicating a video.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 20, 2012
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