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 What do I need to copy VCR tapes to DVD?

Answer Using a DVD recorder/VCR is the simplest way of copying a VHS (VCR tape) onto a blank DVD. Simply place a blank DVD in the tray and press record as the VHS tape is playing.
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How can I copy my VHS tapes to DVD?

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The Best Way to Copy VHS Tapes to PC?

Copying old VHS tapes onto a personal computer makes it possible to edit the tape in a digital format that can be stored on PC or burned to a DVD, if desired. Old tapes become brittle over time and... Read More »
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Can you copy/transfer songs from cassette tapes to cd's?

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