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Old 19th October, 2005, 03:25 AM
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LG RH7521W DVD Recorder, Recording from HDD to DVD

My school just purchased a DVD recorder, and they would like to know how to copy from the HDD to a DVDR. Ive never used a DVD recorder, and lack the the patients lately to do it myself. So im taking the easy way out, asking for help.
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Same way as a CD recorder. What program are you using?
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Same way as a CD recorder. What program are you using?
Err...Its a standalone. Plugged into the TV.
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for starter the school needs a burner which despite what they tell you it's probly not.
if you get nero (use the trail version) and then you just have to make custom data disk and copy whatever drive you want.
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My school just purchased a DVD recorder, and they would like to know how to copy from the HDD to a DVDR. Ive never used a DVD recorder, and lack the the patients lately to do it myself. So im taking the easy way out, asking for help.
Hi Rondog and other members.

I've been using this DVD Recorder for a few weeks. For those that want the sales brochure, click here .

My first one had a faulty HDD - it happens. The one I have seems to be working as advertised.

Rondog, the unit is very "menu-centric". Grab the remote after downloading the manual from this location and have a good read. It's a lot easier than most s/ware packages to use and you won't be disappointed with the results as long as you avoid the EQ setting for the quality of recording (too many 'artifacts' show up in video).

I know I gave no direct answer. That's because there's more than one way to do as you asked. I hope it helps. Let me know if you need more information.

I really enjoy not using video tapes any more. If the TV show has surround sound.. then so does my recording .

Later...

AusDrac.
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Welcome to AOA AusDrac. Thanks for the info, got it all sorted now.
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