The new old problem

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    Herodot

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    Hi. My old VHS is slowly giving up the ghost and so we have decided to move with the times and get one of those DVD/HDD recorder things. The problem is that we have a stack of store bought videos that my kids still want to watch. I'm not looking to start a pirate movie business but I think it fair for me to copy those movies over to DVD for personal use. Does anyone have any suggestions or links that can help? Cheers in advance.
     
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    I can recommend a company with a solution. Here is the site I have found:
    xdimax.com/grex/grex.html
    They have a device called Grex video stabilizer. I heard that with Grex help it will be
    possible to remove protection from DVD and TV channels and thus be able to download protected video to DVD.
     
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    Hi.
    Thanks a lot for your suggestion about Grex.
    I ordered a Grex unit from XDIMAX a while back. I've now had it for
    almost a week or two. It has seen a fair amount of use so far, and I
    am ecstatic with the results!
    I've recorded via the composite and S-Video connections. The video
    sources come either from my cable TV (Comcast) or from Netflix streams
    via my WiFi enabled Blu-Ray players.
    The unit has performed flawlessly and although I haven't tried hard to
    do so, upon casual viewing I have not been able to notice any sort of
    degradation of the signal (which I was, admittedly a bit afraid of).
    Thanks so much
     
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