We have a SAMSUNGA LCD TV. We also have a Panasonic DVD and JVC tape players connected. All works well. Able to watch tapes or DVDs. Problem, cannot figure out how to copy onto a disc. I have not found any instructions on "how to" record a program onto a DVD in my paperwork.
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You indicated you have a DVD PLAYER, not DVD recorder. You cannot record on to a DVD on a player, you need to buy a DVD recorder/player. Unlike a VCR which stands for Video Cassett Recorder which can record and playback video. DVD recorder technolgy much more complicated.
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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.
You only need coaxial cable to pick up TV stations broadcast via an aerial. If your TV has sockets to connect via HDMI or SCART, then any players can be connected via them. So if the adapter box picks up TV signals, you connect the main aerial cable to that and it should have a coaxial out socket, that should be connected to the aerial in of your TV. If you are recording to an analogue video from the adapter box, then that will need to be connected via a scart socket or other connection.
Recorded from tv shows to DVD Disc have to hookup AV RCA component cables to both to Tv and DVD recordable player model connections together.Yes,u will able to recordable VHS tapes to DVD Discs.But ur DVD player model u have it is must be a recorderable DVD player model?Not just a DVD Discs and VHS tapes player only model.Check ur owner manual all are in there.
You have several options. But important one to understand is the limitations of a PIII computer like Armada e500. You may not have enough grunt to convert stuff, even after buying the necessary video capture devices which work on USB.
Also I am assuming you either have the jvc camcorder still available or atleast have a VHS-C to VHS adapter to play the tapes on a standard VHS tape player.
Unless you are having a lot tapes and need editing while converting, your better bet might be to go to one of the shops that convert these tapes on to DVD or a suitable flash drive which might work out cheaper and quicker.
The last time I did this thing (quality of my VHS-C tapes was bad) I bought a Samsung combined VHS Video / DVD recorder and used the dubbing feature to burn DVDs. Cost me about $150 a year ago. I was able to do some editing on the way as I was connected to the TV screen as well. Saved me the hassles of dealling with the PC type video capture devices and software.
This is not the best solution but since your DirecTV receiver doesn't do UHF/VHF and the only other input is in the front you will have to have it that way
Connect your H21 to your TV however you wish but I would use HDMI if I were you.
Connect either V1 or V2 and the L and R from the H21 to the front inputs on the VCR/DVD. Due to the lack of outputs on the H21 and the lack of inputs on the VCD/DVD that is all that is available.
Now connect the VCR/DVD (Yellow/Red/White) output on the JVC to the video in and matching L and R audio ins on the TV, this will allow you to watch VHS tapes and DVD over the analog connection.
Lastly, you want to connect the component video out on the DVD to the Y, Pb, and Pr inputs as well as the L and R audio out on the DVD side to the matching L and R audio in on the TV to get a better picture when watching DVDs and to enable widescreen DVDs.
Know what I will take a few minutes and will draw up a diagram that will hopefully make more sense than this. I should have it for you by the end of the day.