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RAM DVD-R â¢ Use a disc that can be recorded on and that has enough space available. â¢ Ensure the write protect tab is not set to âPROTECTâ. â¢ Ensure the disc is not write-protected with DISC INFORMATION. RAM â¢ When using a disc in this unit for the first time, format it for more precise recording.
â¢ There are limitations when recording to DVD-R (see page 11). â¢ DVD-RAM use a more reliable recording system than DVD-R. Use DVDRAM for important recordings. â¢ The condition of the unit and video input may cause the picture to be momentarily disrupted. â¢ Scratches and dirt on a disc may make it impossible to record for a few seconds.
To pause recording
Press [PAUSE ]. Press again to restart recording.
To stop recording
Press [STOP ].
(1) Press [OPEN/CLOSE
] to open the tray and insert a disc.
â¢ Insert one disc only within the trayâs guides. â¢ Press [OPEN/CLOSE ] to close the tray. â¢ Insert label-up with the arrow facing in. (With double-sided discs, load so the label for the side you want to record is facing up.) â¢ Disc with cartridge Press to the rear â¢ Disc without cartridge Label up
Re-inserting double-sided discs
You can get up to 8 hours recording when you use double-sided discs and use the âLPâ mode.
Recording modes and approximate recording times in hours
DVD-RAM Single-sided (4.7 GB) 1 2 4 Double-sided (9.4 GB) 2 4 8 DVD-R (4.7 GB) 1 2 4
XP (High quality) SP (Normal) LP (Long play)
(2) Select the input on the MENU window.
â¢ Select â(VIDEO)â, SV(S-VIDEO)â, or âDVâ.
When using DVD-R
â¢ You can play DVD-R on compatible DVD players by finalizing them on this unit, effectively making them into DVD-Video. â¢ The video is recorded in a 4:3 aspect irrespective of the video signal input.
(3) Select the recording mode.
â¢ Select âXPâ, âSPâ, or âLPâ.
(4) Select the audio mode. (5) Adjust the audio recording level.
â¢ Adjust the audio REC Level control (CH1/MIC or CH2) on the front panel. â¢ Select âLPCMâ or âDolby Digitalâ.
Recording sound using LPCM
To obtain higher quality recordings using LPCM, prepare as follows: (1) Select âLPCMâ in the SETUP menu, âSoundâ-âAudio Mode for XP/SP Recordingâ. (2) Set recording mode to âXPâ or âSPâ.
(6) Press [REC Notes:
] to start recording.
â¢ The program which has already been recorded is not overwritten.
â¢ This unit does not support recording the signal from a computer. â¢ If recording is impossible when using DV IN, check the connections and the settings of DV equipment, turn the unit off, and then turn it on again. â¢ You can record up to 99 programs on one disc. â¢ The message âCannot record. Maximum number of programs recorded.â is displayed if you try to start recording when there are already 99 programs on a disc. Erase unneeded programs (DVD-RAM/DVD-R) or use a new disc to continue recording. â¢ Do not vibrate the unit while recording.
â¢ Sound recordings made using LPCM require more information than usual. Consequently the picture quality of LPCM recordings may worsen.
When using DVD-R or discs with LPCM recording
When recording bilingual audio with connecting to a decoder or a digital receiver, select the audio type either âM1(Main audio)â or âM2(Secondary audio)â on the connected devices. (You cannot select the audio type on this unit.)
For your reference:
â¢ Poor video quality or coloring may indicate that the material you are recording has copy protection. â¢ Select the TV system (NTSC/PAL) of the program you wish to record. â¢ We recommend connecting one piece of DV equipment at a time. â¢ When DV equipment is connected, it is not possible to use the DV terminal and operate the unit from other equipment. â¢ In the case of some DV equipment, pictures and sound may not be received properly. â¢ If there is no monitor television picture when playing back from an external device, turn the external device off and then on once again. â¢ Almost all videos and DVD software on sale have been treated to prevent illegal copying. Any software that has been so treated cannot be recorded using this unit. â¢ When recording from DV equipment, the audio setting can be made at âAudio Mode for DV Inputâ. â¢ You cannot change the input or the recording mode during recording or when recording is paused. â¢ An error message appears if you try to start recording when a disc is full; the remaining time will be shown as â0:00â. To continue recording, erase unneeded programs (DVD-RAM only, âErasing programsâ) or use another disc. â¢ If the character set recorded on a disc is different from the set designated for each region when recording to, editing, or finalizing its disc, titles may not be displayed. When using discs recorded with a DVD video recorder for a different destination, do not perform all operations except play.
For your reference:
â¢ Both audio types of âM1â and âM2â can be recorded. (When playing, you can select either one.)
â¢ You cannot use the DISPLAY menu to change audio type when a DVD-R is in the disc tray.
To check the remaining time and the current mode during recording
Press [STATUS] several times to show the following displays.
Available recording time and recording mode (e.g., : â0:50 XPâ indicates 50 minutes in XP mode)
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