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How can you finish a DVD that you recorded with a DVR that has now died?

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2015-07-15 21:01:58
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Try to use your Roxio or Nero burning software on your computer to "close" the CD.

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Yes, you can do this. You hook up your DVD recorder up directly to the DVR.

You can connect the output of your DVR in a DVD recorder, such as the Samsung DVD-VR375. This will record your DVR programs directly to DVD.

Transfer Recorded Show From DVR to DVD, Most likely not, until you connect the output of the DVR to the input of the DVD. Then with copy protections, you may still not get a recording. Depends on the movie or program you recorded, and whether or not copy prevention signals have been inserted in the original program, or are being placed there by the program provider.

If your DVR has a built in DVD player, yes.

Run component cables (red,whit and yellow) from the DVR "video out" (yellow) to the "video in" of the DVD recorder. That will send the picture to the DVD recorder. If your DVR or DVD recorder does not have the yellow video out or in as described, use the "S video" out of the DVR to the "S video" in of the DVD recorder. The red and white jacks are for sound....out of the DVR to the audio in of the DVD recorder.

The Toshiba SD H400 - DVD player / DVR is a good one.

There are several DVD recorders that come with DVR capability

The EverFocus ECOR4 4-CH DVR w/DVD BURNER does that.

You need a DVD recorder, or computer with recordable DVD drive and capture device. Use the AV outputs on the DVR and connect to the AV inputs on the DVD recorder. Play the program on the DVR and hit record on the DVD recorder, with a DVD-R or RW in the drive. Record in real time. The recorded disc will have to be 'finalised' before it can be played on any DVD player. See the instructions for the DVD recorder to find out how to 'finalise'. It may be better to use a computer and then apply edits to your completed program, before commiting the disc.

Yes the EverFocus ECOR4 4-CH DVR w/DVD BURNER will also play your DVd videos.

Any DVD/VCR combo with a composite out will work great with your TWC DVR.

This depends on the particular model. Some DVRs have DVD players built in, and some do not. By itself, a standalone DVR (Digital Video Recorder) without a DVD drive built in cannot play a DVD.

You just might have a selector switch which determines which output the DVR/DVD player has. It could be on the remote control or possibly, a button on the unit.

You can play a recorded show from one DVR but you cannot play it on another DVR. A DVR works similar to a computer that is not linked to any other computer or the internet. You may record something on a single DVR and the television it is linked to will save the show you want to watch at the particular time it plays. Then you will be able to go back at a later more convenient time and watch the show as you like. But if you two DVRS' in a house, one upstairs and the other downstairs, you can only play recorded shows on the DVR that you recorded the show on.

Gibberish: Do to push blue button say DVR. English: Push the blue button labeled "DVR."

A car DVR can apply the evidence when something happens during driving, it is very helpful.

Connect the DVR to a DVD-R recorder, via the AV/SCART sockets. Monitor what is going on by connecting the TV to the DVD-R recorder. Playback the show on the DVR and press 'record' on the DVD recorder. The recording is made in real time and is therefore slow, but it works. You can substitute the DVD recorder with a computer, suitably equipped with a Recordable DVD drive and video capture card or dongle.

You cannot download a file inside the DVR unit onto a DVD disk the same way you can download a music file from the iTune store. But you can record output from the DVR to a DVD disk using either a stand-alone DVD disk recorder or computer's DVD writer. Connect an analog output on the DVR (such as S-video, component, or composite for video and RCA / red and white audio) to the input sockets of your stand-alone DVD recorder. Or buy a USB or PCI 'video capture' device for your computer so that you can connect DVR's analog output to the video capture device on your computer. While a TV show is played on the DVR, the stand-alone DVD recorder or computer will record it.

Off of your DVR, if you have one.

Hi As far as I am aware, DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) records video information in a variety of codecs. It is most imortant that any DVD recording be encoded to playback on ANY DVD player. There seems to be a great deal of confusion here. My feeling is that all recordings should be at leats M-PEG 2. DVR (Digital Video Recording) is a relatively new beast. Once again, as I understand it, a DVR records directly to a HDD (Hard Disc Drive). I have a Panasonic DMR E500H machine which I consider fantastic - even though it may be dated. It is both a DVD recorder and a DVR in one machine. I have recorded more than 100 full length features on my HDD. As technology improves, so will DVD/DVR's Hope this helps

No, there are several brands that make a dvd player with dvr recording features.

It would take anywhere from 30 min to 2 hours.

DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder. Obviously the role of the storage devices is to store the recorded video.

Yes, you can find dvd/dvr combos at most major electronics stores.

Depends on were you are (which country) and make and model of TV. Try reading the instructions of the equipment, or downloading them off the makers website. If the TV has two SCART leads, Wire one unit to each SCART, that will take care of all input output signals. If you have to use RCA connectors, connect the output of the units to the inputs of the TV. You can also 'daisy chain' them. The output of the DVD to the input of the DVR, then the output of the DVR to the AV input of the TV. Then to watch the DVD, select the AV input on the DVR and set the TV to the AV input of the DVR.


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