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C64 and VCRs [message #112144] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:39 Go to next message
logden is currently offline  logden
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Message-ID: <371@vax2.fluke.UUCP>
Date: Thu, 14-Feb-85 20:52:06 EST
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Posted: Thu Feb 14 20:52:06 1985
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Has anyone out there in net land been successfull in recording your monitor screen display on a VCR? I have home movie tapes of the kiddies birthdays and christmas etc. that I would like to make an intro screen using the Koala pad. If you have done this 
et me know if there is any trick to it, (all I get is screen full of snow).

Thanks in advance,
logden
Re: C64 and VCRs [message #112167 is a reply to message #112144] Mon, 16 September 2013 13:40 Go to previous message
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Date: Thu, 21-Feb-85 16:20:00 EST
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When I tried connecting a standard DIN cable from VCR to 64, I
didn't have much of a problem, although the picture did come out
a bit fuzzy.  I'd suggest some sort of an amplifier to give the
VCR a stronger signal.
                                         A. G. Percus
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