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How to port pc video to DVR ?

How to port pc video to DVR ?

How to port pc video to DVR ?

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I have an 18 month old T61 Lenovo running XP with 3gb, lots of diskspace, and upgraded graphics.  Unfortunately no S-Video output, only headphones plus a multipin video output cable connect.  I want to port video from the laptop to my EH-50 Panasonic DVR which has both A-V RCA plugs and s-video input on its fromt panel.  What is the best conversion method (your definition of best)?  
1. video out plug  plus headphone out plug converted to A-V RCA connectors
2. video out plug plus headphone out plug to some sort of converter plug to svideo.
3. some other solution?

 

RE: How to port pc video to DVR ?

RE: How to port pc video to DVR ?

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