Dubbing from a dvd to a vhs tape – Sony RDR-VX521 User Manual
Select “Yes,” and press ENTER.
• A black (no signal) screen at the end of the dubbed disc
is not a malfunction. This screen is recorded if a time
discrepancy exists between the disc and tape when the
recording is stopped.
• When dubbing a VHS tape to a DVD, the VHS tape
counter value may differ slightly from the DVD
• VCR playback sound is output during dubbing.
• Dubbing cannot be made when:
– using a non-recordable DVD.
– using VHS software with copy guard functions.
• Dubbing stops when:
– the VHS tape reaches the end and stops.
– the VHS video deck or the DVD deck is stopped.
– the disc remaining time runs out.
• The System Menu, TOOLS menu, and information
display are not displayed during dubbing.
– Recordings made from VHS tapes and other
copyrighted material are solely for individual
enjoyment, and other unauthorized use is prohibited
under copyright law.
– Unauthorized editing of copyrighted material is
prohibited under copyright law.
Dubbing From a DVD to a
You can record (dub) a DVD title to a VHS tape.
Note that when you record copy-protected
software to a tape, picture may appear disrupted
when you play back the tape.
You can also select titles or scenes and dub them
all at once. See “Dubbing selected titles and scenes
(Program Dubbing)” on page 89.
Before dubbing, make the necessary audio settings
on the DVD recorder.
Press VIDEO and insert a VHS tape with its
safety tab in place.
To select the recording mode, SP or EP, press
REC MODE repeatedly (see page 78).