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Can I copy an animation to a dvd?


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As I hope to have a hip-resurfacing done in a few months and may not be able to access the computer, I would like to copy some animated, with a verbal descriptions, of the post-op exercises that are on a website. You must click on each exercise to see it and have it explained. Is it possible to put this on a dvd so I could play it back on the television? I was thinking of recording it on our (very old) camcorder and transfering that to a vhs tape.

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I taped the monitor image from my very old camcorder, on vhs-c tape. Problem solved. Thread ended.
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Next time use a program called "SNAG IT" to copy anything from any website. But be sure to ask the webmasters if this is alright with them.
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