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DVR transfer to external DVD

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by BobCulp, Aug 8, 2017.

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    BobCulp

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    P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    is the thread a kind of joke ?

    after asking 100s times and giving 1000s answers ?!

    :facepalm:
     
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    4bama

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    I have an external Panasonic DVD recorder/burner with its own hard drive and I have one of the Panasonic inputs connected to my Dish 622 output. I play back the recording from the 622 and record it to the Panasonic hard drive at 1:1 playback speed. After it's on my Panasonic hard drive I can burn as many DVD's as desired...I have burned many, many shows/movies like this.

    I can also do this real time to record to the Panasonic hard drive. I can edit and insert/combine slices from other recordings on the Panasonic before burning to DVD.
     
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    BobCulp

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    NOPE. This first time to get an answer. I also have a request to purchase the DVD from Waco Little League if they have it available. Thanks for your response.
     
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    P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    Sorry, for last 15 years, I've seen the question 100s times ...
     
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    Jim5506

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    Last I heard, it was still possible to rip programs off a 722 with PVRExplorerPro.

    Look at the DishRip yahoo group.
     
  7. mwdxer

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    I have had my Toshiba DVD recorder hooked to my system for years. I can easily record from any source. Only 480i but still perfectly good pq.
     
  8. P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    that's big advantage of pvrExprolorer - it's preserve recording's PQ and allow use dvr disk any time
     
  9. Jim5506

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    Plus, the copy is 3-4 times faster than real-time playing of the event.
     
  10. P Smith

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    perhaps 10x if your DVR HDD does connected to SATA controller directly
     

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