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how do I record movies that I recorded via DVR onto a DVD?

Discussion in 'DVD recorders' started by Bigbyrd39, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. Bigbyrd39

    Bigbyrd39 Guest

    can anyone help me?
     
  2. albino92

    albino92 Regular member

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    What kind of dvr do you have?
     
  3. randy9660

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    take the output from the DVR to the input of the DVD recorder. then output of DVD recorder to the TV. depending on you DVD recorder tune it to ch. 3 or 4. or Input 1 input 2 ect.. also somethings can't be recorded to DVD cause of macrovision coding like HBO, A&E, ESPN, most pay channnels.
     
  4. nickberry

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    If you have access to a PC then VSO's DivXtoDVD will handle most DVR formats and convert it into DVD files allowing you to use burning software such as Nero (Tho I use DVDDecrypter...) to record it on a DVD...
     
  5. Bigbyrd39

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    its sony, and is it possible to record PPVS?
     
  6. burninmad

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    I have a Directv Sat. DVR. I record on DVR. I go to my List per Remote. Highlight program,and copy to DVD! That simple to me.I hooked it up per Directv instructions.But also went from Sat. receiver "Through DVD recorder",like a switch,so to speak: In Line!Use you Component cables or S video ,whatever cables you use.Some TVs don't have enough inputs/outputs,retc. ,but usually easily on Satellite!
     
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    Is there any way to get them from the DVR to a VHS tape?
     
  8. albino92

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    Yeah take the video out from your dvr and put it into the video in of your vhs recorder and then record whatever is playing on your dvr.
     

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