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Thread: Tape to dvd question

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    Default Tape to dvd question

    I have an older vhs tape of a movie that I can't find has been made into dvd. I need it in dvd format. I try to capture but it does it's thing of being bright and dim etc. What do I need to do?
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    Default Re: Tape to dvd question

    This is the copy protection hardware that was installed in VCRs in the attempt of preventing DVD to VHS copying. I believe it's a signal at a specific frequency which may be able to be filtered out with the proper hardware(google is your friend), or if you have an older VCR it probably doesn't have this "feature" and should work fine.
    Otherwise you can capture onto your CPU with a capture card and then burn it to DVD.

    I figured all this out after I replaced my laser disk player with a DVD player that was hooked up thru my VCR at the time.

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