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Hello all,

I have the MDR533H for a few mnths now and have enjoyed it. Is there a way to move the content from the internal drive to a regular harddrive? Also, what format does the MDR533 record in? I tried searching for this online and could not find much information about these two questions.

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Here are some methods for copying or moving titles.

 

Here's some info on the Philips/Magnavox +VR recording system.

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Is there a way to move the content from the internal drive to a regular harddrive?
What do you mean by "regular harddrive"?
If you mean something like an external USB drive and you want the files stored in a common video format so it could be plugged into a PC or media player and played, then you have but one option -- burn to optical media and use the optical disk to transfer the titles to a PC.

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