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    Hello People, This is my first post!
    So here is my problem, I am pretty sure my camcorder has Analog in. I want to use this to capture video from my Sony PS2 and XBOX 360. I just don't know how to access it! My Camcorder is a Samsung VP-D371w PAL Mini DV, Thanks alot. Any help is appreciated!
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    It's all explained of page 71 of your manual:

    Recording (Copying) a TV Programme or Video Tape onto a Camcorder
    The Recording (Copying) function works only in <Player> Mode. page 19



    Connect your Camcorder to a VCR or a TV
    using the AV jack to record a TV programme
    or copy a video tape onto a Camcorder tape.



    Set the <AV In/Out> to <In> before
    Recording (Copying). page 69
    Recording (Copying) onto a
    Camcorder Tape

    1. Get your TV or VCR ready.
    2. Connect the Camcorder to your VCR or TV
    with the Audio/Video cable.

    


    Connect the Audio/Video cable to the
    output jack on your VCR or TV

    


    The yellow jack: Video

    


    The white jack: Audio (L)- Mono

    


    The red jack: Audio (R)
    3. Insert an empty tape in your Camcorder.

    To record from a VCR

    4. Insert the video tape to be played in your
    VCR.

    


    Pause at the starting point of playing.
    5. Start copying by pressing the [Start/Stop] button on your Camcorder.
    6. Press the PLAY button on your VCR to play the tape.

    To record from a TV

    4. Select a TV channel to be recorded.
    5. Start recording by pressing the [Start/Stop] button on your Camcorder.

    When Recording (Copying) is Complete:

    Press the


    [ (Stop)] button on your Camcorder to stop recording (copying).

    [ Notes ]

    


    If you operate the Camcorder connected to another device, always power
    the Camcorder from household AC outlet using the AC power adapter.

    


    The recorded contents can be played back in the same manner as when
    playing back images recorded on this camcorder.

    


    Copy-protected video tapes such as Macrovision or unstable TV signals
    cannot be recorded on this camcorder.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    It's all explained of page 71 of your manual:



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    Ah, I don't have an AV IN/OUT on my menu

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    The unfortunately this has been disabled by the manufacturer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    The unfortunately this has been disabled by the manufacturer.
    Why would they do that?
    To be honest, I have just about had it with this camcorder. Its image quality sucks, It wont hold a charge and now this! Im ready to smash it!

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    Indeed they would. The DV in function classifies the product as a VCR, which would have attracted an additional levy within the EU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters View Post
    Indeed they would. The DV in function classifies the product as a VCR, which would have attracted an additional levy within the EU.
    Wow, i just don't believe this. It's so unfair to EU customers!

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