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sharp hdd, and dvd recorders

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by sunbird, Nov 5, 2004.

  1. sunbird

    sunbird Member

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    everytime I try to copy a dvd or video tape it will not record due to copyright signals , is there a way to stop the recorder detecting that signal ?
     
  2. sunbird

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    its me again , to help others you can record finalized dvd by using the output to tv back into line 3 (loop), but if it has a copyright signal it will pause as soon as the video plug goes in , even from the video tape
     
  3. kyrainman

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    You will need something like Slysoft's [bold]AnyDVD or DVDIdle[/bold]. If you use Emule you can download it.
     
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    Hi sunbird, are you trying to copy tapes and dvds with a stand alone recorder without a computer?? If yes, then you need a macrovision remover in the video line between the 2 machines for the tapes. There are also boxes for the dvd copy protection that are suppose to work on both but I'm not sure how good they work. Here is a link to one in-line unit. If you are using a computer then this is wrong.
    http://www.dimax.com.ua.

    Jerry
     
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    thank you for your reply I willtry check it all out
     
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    I think i will use the computer for copying it is much easier of course i need to buy another dvd recorder for the computer
     

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