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Dvd adapting feature on recorders

Unfinalised dvd

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I have panasonic sa-rt30 model dvd recorder that is now misbehaving, probably at the end of its life. It wont turn on properly now. My sister has loads of unflinalised DVDs left and I need to finalise them. So I am desperately in need of a new DVD recorder that has an adapt feature.

Ive been told that certain DVD recorders, but not all, have a feature that lets them adapt dvd from other recorders/brands. I have had 2 recorders in the past that were able to do this but they are no longer around I think due to discontinuation or whatever. But that was sheer luck. Now that i need one but i dont know how to identify the ones that can do this sort of adaption. Is there a way? Which ones come recommendable?

Second, I know that certain softwares can rescue/pull the data/files/videos off of the unfinalised disks so that they either remain on the computer or be put on a new disk. Is there a way that the data can remain on the original disk and that very disk can be finalised so that I dont need get knew ones and dispose off the original one? As this will require A LOT of new disks. Can this be done on Mac desktops? I have a detachable DVD recorder for it.

Plase do help, or any guidance in the right direction will be much appreciated!
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