Your name or email adress:
Do you already have an account?
Forgot your password?
  • Log in or Sign up


    vhsdvd


    This is a discussion on vhsdvd within the DVD Players | DVD Recorders forums, part of the Home Theater category.

    Results 1 to 5 of 5
    1. #1
      Banned
      Join Date
      Jan 2013
      Posts
      3

      Default

      I just bought a new RCA dual vhs to dvd machine which works fine for my own tapes from tv. My problem is when copying movie vhs (about 30 of them) which won't copy (pops up with "video is copy protected".

      Any way of getting around this? Some of these tapes are 10-12 years old and i'm afraid they may get outdated and break the tapes.

    2. #2
      The Graveyard Shift
      Join Date
      May 2012
      Location
      Canberra, ACT - Australia
      Posts
      730
      Blog Entries
      1

      Default

      It is possible with the use of a video stabiliser, but it circumvents copyright. Its technically illegal in the US as far as I am aware (but fine here!)
      nbound-au is a qualified Antenna, Satellite, and MATV installer.

      I live in DVB-T land.


    3. Post a New Topic!
  • #3
    Moderator

    Webmaster of Cache Free TV

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Las vegas
    Posts
    4,145
    Blog Entries
    30

    Default

    The only way to copy store bought (Macrovision protected) VHS tapes is with a computer, using a video capture device and video stabilizer as nbound-au suggested. Capture devices are inexpensive and can be bought on Amazon. For the video stabilizer, try eBay.

  • #4
    The Graveyard Shift
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Location
    Canberra, ACT - Australia
    Posts
    730
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    A stabiliser will work if the DVD recorder can record off its composite/AV (Yellow/White/Red) inputs, though you need a second unit to play the tape.
    nbound-au is a qualified Antenna, Satellite, and MATV installer.

    I live in DVB-T land.


  • #5
    Banned
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Posts
    3

    Default

    I can recommend a company with a solution. Here is the site I have found: Grex Advanced digital video stabilizer with high quality S-Video support
    They have a device called Grex video stabilizer. I heard that with Grex help it will be
    possible to remove protection from DVD and TV channels and thus be able to download protected video to DVD.

  •  

    Quick Reply Quick Reply


    Click here to log in

    George ___________ was the first president of the United States (Answer this question correctly, it is used to stop spammers)

    Share this Post

    Join DTVUSAForum

    The leading television and technology community discussion site, join today!

    DTV USA Forum is the best source of television
    and technology troubleshooting advice from a community of experts and members.

    Back to top