Copying Commercially Made Video Tapes With A Camcorder?

Question by barberry23: Copying Commercially Made Video Tapes With A Camcorder? I want to convert some of those old movies I purchased from VHS to DVD. Lets say I purchase a camcorder. Could’nt I just put the VHS tape into the VCR, turn on the CAMCORDER, set the cam down in front of the TV [...]

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Does an “upconverting” VHS/DVD combo improve the picture of videotapes? Would copying…?

by hainteractive Question by Horace Wesloh: Does an “upconverting” VHS/DVD combo improve the picture of videotapes? Would copying…? …them to DVD improve the picture? I have a bunch of movies on videotape, some purchased and some recorded from cable or satellite. I either don’t like them enough to buy on DVD, or can’t find them [...]

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Q&A: What is the best program for copying a old VHS tape onto DVD?

Question by markwillstar: What is the best program for copying a old VHS tape onto DVD? I have some family movies and old VHS tapes i want to make copies of before the tape goes bad and VCR’s become impossible to buy. Also If i had the right program for copying. I dont have AV [...]

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Copying dvd to hard drive to edit?

Question by Mamaj: Copying dvd to hard drive to edit? Someone has converted my vhs tapes to a dvd but I want to get them on my hard drive to edit them and make new dvd. There are different people in them and I want to make separate copies so that my family doesn’t have [...]

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A question about copying a dvd to a blank VHS tape.?

Question by therockangelz2006: A question about copying a dvd to a blank VHS tape.? How can I do it? Best answer: Answer by individualistPlug the DVD output into the VCR input, push PLAY on the DVD and RECORD on the VCR. Old school! The VCR will probably need to be on channel 3 or your [...]

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