Thanks for the advice, bankrupt. But unfortunately I can't use it because my PC has no burner built in, but also, I don't really need it, if they want Futurama, they should buy their own DVDs!
@Randi: Yes I still have analog signals, but even if I had to use a decoder for digital signals I could still record to VHS by connecting the decoders' a/v output to the VCRs' a/v input, so what prevents you from using your VCR? Or is it because you don't have an old TV anymore (no analog a/v signals because the
digital decoder is built-in into the TV), or maybe because you have different a/v connector systems?
In Germany we (usually) use scaet or RCA, scaet is a 21-pin a/v connector for input and output in one.
The 2nd reason for playing through the VCR was also because my TV is old (as I mentioned 20 years)
and has only 2 RCA-connectors for a/v and I don't wanted always to change the plugs for either VCR or DVD, I can easily switch the VCR to its a/v channel for DVD.