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Conversion vhs to dvd

Had jvc camcorder gr-df460 ( vhs tape),uable to convert recordings to dvd,due to the copyright on the tape set by the camcorder.I no longer have the camcorder.Can i use a similar machine to remove the copyright of the tape and allow conversion?

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I can only offer you 1 option for this case.
In converting the VHS video tape to DVD you can use computer. All you need to have is the VHS player with RCA audio video cables. Then a computer that has video capture card or USB capture card. This will take time but you can just transfer all the copyrighted videos to DVD and to computer data (post to internet)

*Needs realtime transfer VHS to Computer with the prefered resolution option.
*Burn to DVD, it will depends on your DVD drive speed.

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