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VIDEO Plus+ and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar WARNING Precautions Development Corporation. The VIDEO Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not This equipment has been tested and expose the unit to rain or moisture. found to comply with the limits set out in To avoid electrical shock, do not open the EMC Directive using a connection the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified cable shorter than 3
On recording Music discs encoded with Contents of the recording cannot be copyright protection compensated if the recording or technologies playback is not made due to a This product is designed to playback malfunction of the recorder, disc, etc. discs that conform to the Compact Disc Make trial recordings before taking the actual recording. (CD) standard. Recently, various music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies On adjusting volume are marketed by some record co
Playback Table of Contents Before Playing ......................................... 36 Playable discs .............................................. 36 Playing Discs ........................................... 37 Using the DVD’s Menu................................. 38 Basic operations/ WARNING ...................................................2 Changing the playback speed ................ 39 Precautions ................................................2 Selecting a Recorded Title on a Disc ....
Settings and Adjustments About the Setup Display Structure ....... 73 Using the Setup Displays ....................... 74 Settings (Basic Settings) ........................ 75 Video Settings ......................................... 76 Audio Settings ......................................... 78 Features Settings .................................... 79 Options Settings ..................................... 82 Easy Setup (Resetting the Recorder) ................... 83 Additional Information Troub
Playback Features Easy playback with the Title List menu (page 40) The recorder will display all of the titles you recorded on a disc in a list display, called the “Title List.” By selecting a title from This recorder can play DVDs or CDs, record on DVD-Rs, DVD- the Title List menu, you can easily start playing or editing the RWs or DVD+RWs, and by using a variety of editing functions, disc. Moreover, you can have the recorder show the title’s you can enjoy editing recorded programmes and
DV Edit About This Manual Only one i.LINK cable is required to transfer contents from a digital video camera to the DVD recorder. Since the recorder controls the digital video camera, dubbing and editing are easy to perform. Control Instructions in this manual describe the controls on the remote. You can also use the controls on the recorder if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote. The meanings of the icons used in this manual are described Dubbing below: Icon Meaning
“What can I expect from DVD recording?” is a DVD Recorder Basics natural question for anyone new to the experience. This section explains the basic steps involved with DVD recording. Step 1: Select the disc type Unlike a video tape which is sold by length, such as 60 min. or 120 min., recordable DVDs are sold by type. Select the disc type by following the chart on the back cover, as each type has different features. This recorder can record on the following type of discs. When you want
Step 3: Digital Recording Record a programme. When using the timer, you’ll find familiar, convenient features as found on conventional VCRs, such as ShowView/VIDEO Plus+ and PDC/VPS. You can also dub and edit the contents of connected video SMARTLINK equipment such as a digital video camera. i.LINK (DV) Step 4: Playing the recorded contents A recorded disc contains title(s), and each title You can select the title you want to play from a contains chapter(s) displayed menu, and immediately
Step 5: Editing the recorded disc You will find editing discs a lot easier than a With this recorder, you can create conventional tape, and the recorder offers a Playlist (playback information) on the same numerous edit functions, possible only with disc, and edit the Playlist without changing the DVDs. original recording(s). A Playlist does not take up much disc space, and all you need is one recorder and one disc. Quick and easy edits on the displayed menu Editing is performed by simply s
Guide to Parts and Controls For more information, see the pages in parentheses. Front panel Buttons on the recorder have the same function as the buttons on the remote if they have the same or similar names. Open the panel. A @/1 (on/standby) button/ L x REC STOP button (23) S SYSTEM MENU button (15) indicator (23) Stops recording. Displays the System Menu on the TV screen. Turns the recorder on and off. M TIMER REC indicator (25) Lights up in green when the T ONE TOUCH DUB button (61) Li
Remote Buttons on the remote have the same function as the buttons on A TV/DVD switch the recorder if they have the same or similar names. Switches the remote control to TV or DVD. B Z (open/close) button (23) Opens or closes the disc tray. Note that it may take a few seconds for the disc tray to open after you have recorded or edited a disc. C Number buttons (23, 29) Select a number such as a programme number or a title number. The number 5 button has a tactile dot.* D CLEAR/-/-- (ten digit
S z REC button (23) ra SUR (surround) button (45) Starts recording. Selects the surround mode. T REC MODE button (23) rs COMMAND MODE switch (DVD 1,2,3) Selects the recording mode. Switches the command mode for this recorder. Match the switch to the same command mode set in U INPUT SELECT button (23, 59, 71) the Options Setup (page 82). (See “Preparing the Selects equipment connected to the line inputs. Remote” in the separate booklet, “Hookups and V SYNCHRO REC button (31) Settings.”) Synch
Front panel display A Command mode indicator (82) E STEREO/BILINGUAL indicators H Displays the following (44): Indicates the selected remote (24) Playing time/remaining time command mode (see Current title/chapter/track/ Lights up when receiving a “Preparing the Remote” in the index number stereo/bilingual programme. separate booklet, “Hookups Recording time F NICAM indicator (24) and Settings”). Clock Lights up when receiving a Programme position B NTSC indicator NICAM signal. TV
5 SETUP: Turns on the Setup Display, which allows you to Guide to Displays set up the recorder to suit your preferences (page 74). Title List The recorder uses the following four types of displays for most The recorder uses list displays for some operations. The most operations: System Menu, Title List, Tool, and Sub-menu. frequently used is the Title List menu. It also has a Disc Information display for checking the status of The Title List menu appears when you press TITLE LIST or the i
About the types of Title List menus Sub-menu The appearance of the Title List menu differs according to the disc type and recording format. The sub-menu appears when you select an item from the ◆ For DVD+RWs, DVD-Rs, DVD-RWs (Video mode): displayed list menu and press ENTER. The sub-menu displays The Title List menu appears and displays the titles on the disc. options applicable only to the selected item. ◆ For DVD-RWs (VR mode): Example: The Title List menu The Title List (Original) or Title
To return to the previous display Set Thumbnail Selects a scene to be used for the Title Press RETURN. List thumbnail (page 41) Stop Stops playback/dubbing (page 38, 62) List of the Tool/sub-menu options Time Search Searches by playback time (page 42) The options vary depending on the disc type or status of the Timer Sets the timer for recording (page 25) recorder. Only the options available in the situation appear in the menus. For details, see the pages in parentheses. Title Name Changes th
8 Disc setting buttons Protect Sets protection for the selected title Disc Name: Labels the disc ( page 33) (page 51) Protect Disc: Protects the disc (DVD-RW in VR mode only) (page 33) Rec Stop Stops recording (page 23) Finalize: Finalizes the disc/Creates a DVD menu Rename Changes the program name (DV Edit) (DVD+RW only) (page 34) (page 70) Unfinalize: Unfinalizes the disc if it has already been finalized (DVD-RW in VR mode only) (page 34) Set Thumbnail Selects a scene for the Titl
Input Title Name Kids "A" 1 . , - 1 6 M N O 6 "a" 2 A B C 2 Back 7 P Q R S 7 Symbol 3 D E F 3 Clear All 8 T U V 8 4 G H I 4 Space 9 W X Y Z 9 5 J K L5 0 0 Cancel Finish ◆ To erase a character A Press
Before Recording This recorder can record on various discs. Before you record, Recording/ read the following and select the disc type according to your needs. Timer Recordable discs This recorder can record on the following discs. Recording ◆ Disc type 1 DVD-RW* This section covers the basics of DVD Ver. 1.1 recording, and the available methods for 2 Ver. 1.1 with CPRM* setting the timer. 1 DVD+RW* 1 DVD-R* Ver. 2.0 1 * “DVD-RW,” “DVD+RW,” and “DVD-R” are trademarks. 2 * CPRM (Content Prote
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