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Is it possible to copy a DVD to a video cassette?


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It probably is. But I can't figure it out. Can someone please help me.
Not on the computer, but with the DVD player and the VHS

Thanks

Edited by angel_of_sorrowful_death, 08 April 2008 - 07:20 PM.

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What's on the DVD?
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Heres one solution.



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Removed inappropriate advice. Advice (as listed below) is against are Terms of Service
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We don't help with illegal copying of DVD-movies on this forum. That's why I first asked the OP what's on the DVD. Please do not post any suggestions to help with illegal copying of software or films, we will not tolerate it and your membership could be suspended.
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dvd to vhs duplication is prohibited due to copy protection. IF this is a personal dvd (home movies) then you can take it to a professional service and have it transcribed. That is the only legal way of doing it.
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