- Not if you are making a Back-up copy for your own use! Just go to Office Depot (or search the web) there is a tool, I think it s called a Dazzler / can tMessage 1 of 6 , Jan 7, 2012View SourceNot if you are making a Back-up copy for your own use!Just go to Office Depot (or search the web) there is a tool, I think it's called a Dazzler / can't remember, anyways the kit comes with an adapter tool that pluggs into any multimedia device and allows you to copy and save to another device/medium ie: cd/ dvd.Check it out, I believe this will solve your delima if someone has the time to transfer all your material; this could possibly be done by students and a valuable learning experience for all!Hope this helps,DeAnna MichelleShreveport, La"Be who you are and be that well."
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Subject: [art_education] Re: VHS TapesI actually spoke to my librarian about the same issue, when I came to my elementary school the previous teacher had 50+ VHS tapes. We still have players but I wanted to convert them to DVD for the convenience and space sAving. When I told her about my ideA she said I will pretend I didn't hear you because that is against the law. Curious I asked her about it, regardless if I own the tape making a copy is illegal. I don't use several of the titles anyways and never did copy any. Just wanted to give u a heads up from a legal viewpiont.
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