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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-28-2007, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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How simple is it to burn a couple VHS videos to a DVD? Anyone have this already setup? I just want to burn 2 videos to a DVD so I can take them with me when I travel
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How simple is it to burn a couple VHS videos to a DVD? Anyone have this already setup? I just want to burn 2 videos to a DVD so I can take them with me when I travel
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How simple is it to burn a couple VHS videos to a DVD? Anyone have this already setup? I just want to burn 2 videos to a DVD so I can take them with me when I travel
I have this setup at home. It works great!
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Wouldnt it be easier to buy the vhs/dvd combo which can record dvd from vhs and its cheaper then 150 bucks. Better yet one of you guys i am sure wouldnt mind burning her videos for her to save her the cash :O)
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Wouldnt it be easier to buy the vhs/dvd combo which can record dvd from vhs and its cheaper then 150 bucks. Better yet one of you guys i am sure wouldnt mind burning her videos for her to save her the cash :O)
I think for the most part those dual decks only record to vhs. Unless its a tad more expensive model.

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I have this setup at home. It works great!
Do you have the stand alone type, or built into the computer? I'm also curious, because this is something I'll be setting up, when we can swing a new computer. We have a ton of tapes.

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Do you have the stand alone type, or built into the computer? I'm also curious, because this is something I'll be setting up, when we can swing a new computer. We have a ton of tapes.
My VCR is hooked up to PC and I record to the PC.
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My VCR is hooked up to PC and I record to the PC.
would you mind burning 2 VHS videos to DVD for me??? I have the DVD's and everything
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Wouldnt it be easier to buy the vhs/dvd combo which can record dvd from vhs and its cheaper then 150 bucks. Better yet one of you guys i am sure wouldnt mind burning her videos for her to save her the cash :O)
yeah but now-a-days I just buy DVD's lol so I don't have to worry about this. These are just some old videos that I'd like to transfer to DVD so I don't have VHS anymore
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would you mind burning 2 VHS videos to DVD for me??? I have the DVD's and everything
Not at all.
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