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Old 05-27-03, 02:22 PM
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Record TV (Cable) and burn to DVD?

I want to Record TV (Cable) to my PC and burn to DVD.

Then I want to take the DVD disk and play it in my Panasonic.

What is the best and cheapest TV tuner to get for my PC so I can load it onto my PC and burn it to my DVD Recorder?

Or, tell me how you are recording TV and burning to DVD.

Thanks for any help.
Old 05-27-03, 02:42 PM
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Do a search on Pinnacle and/or I/O Magic in this forum for inexpensive tuner info. The I/O Magic, and probably the Pinnacle, comes with software that will let you record in Mpeg-2 format which is what you'll want for playable DVDs.
Old 05-28-03, 12:38 PM
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I use the ATI All In Wonder 8500DV video card. Just plug the cable wire into the back of the computer and capture with the DVD quality setting. I then edit out the commercials using Ulead VideoStudio. Author & burn the DVD with Ulead MovieFactory.

This is a perfect way for beginners to get started. It's all very simple to use.

The best place to go for info is DVDRHelp.com

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