How to transfer from dvd player to laptop

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by chrisc2055, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. chrisc2055

    chrisc2055 Guest

    I have an excellent Panasonic DVD recorder but am worried that it may
    one day break down leaving me with lots of valuable content on DVD RAM
    cassetes that will not play on other devices.
    I want to download the content from these DVD RAM discs to my acer
    laptop and then create and finalise DVD-R discs that will play on other
    machines.
    Can anyone help me?? I have loads of outputs on the dvd player but only
    USB inputs on the Acer Laptop.
     
    chrisc2055, Jan 8, 2007
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  2. chrisc2055

    BR549 Guest

    "chrisc2055" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I have an excellent Panasonic DVD recorder but am worried that it may
    > one day break down leaving me with lots of valuable content on DVD RAM
    > cassetes that will not play on other devices.
    > I want to download the content from these DVD RAM discs to my acer
    > laptop and then create and finalise DVD-R discs that will play on other
    > machines.
    > Can anyone help me?? I have loads of outputs on the dvd player but only
    > USB inputs on the Acer Laptop.
    >

    Just buy an external usb dvd burner with DVDRAM support. There out there.
    Newegg sells DVDRAM capable units made by Lite-on, Philips, LG, etc.
     
    BR549, Jan 10, 2007
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  3. chrisc2055

    chrisc2055 Guest

    > "chrisc2055" <> wrote in message
    > I have bought a Dazzle video grabber that will link the DVD player/recorder to the lap top and also manage the burning of the new dvd, thanks
     
    chrisc2055, Jan 14, 2007
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  4. chrisc2055

    chrisc2055 Guest

    > "chrisc2055" <> wrote in message
    > I have bought a Dazzle video grabber that will link the DVD player/recorder to the lap top and also manage the burning of the new dvd, thanks
     
    chrisc2055, Jan 14, 2007
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