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â¢ There are two recording formats available with this Recorder: the VR mode and the Video mode. â¢ The recording format that can be selected may differ depending on the disc. Refer to the section on Types of Discs for Recording (page 12). â¢ Recording in the VR mode and Video mode cannot be mixed on one disc.
â¢ The recording mode that can be set varies according to the recording format. Refer to the table below for the applicable recording mode. Recordable time is based on the recording time when using a 4.7 GB disc.
Recording Recordable Time Mode XP About 1 hour SP LP About 2 hours About 4 hours Description When you want to record highquality images. This is the standard recording mode. When you want to record for a long period of time with slightly lower image quality. When you want to place priority on recording time.
VR (Video Recording) Mode
The VR mode is the basic DVD-RW recording format, and lets you enjoy the various editing functions available with this Recorder. â¢ When a disc has been recorded in the VR mode, it can be recorded and erased repeatedly. Erasure also allows the recording time to be increased. â¢ Recorded discs can only be played back with DVD-RW compatible DVD players*7. â¢ âCopy Onceâ programmes can also be recorded*8.
About 6 hours
â¢ Although there are some cases in which the disc must be finalised, the disc can be recorded and erased after it has been finalised. â¢ DVD-RW compatible DVD players have the following indication. DVD players with this indication have the function of being able to play back DVD-RW discs recorded in the VR mode with a DVD recorder. When using a DVD-RW Ver.1.1/1.2 disc (CPRM compatible). Recorded programmes cannot be played back with other DVD players (including DVD-RW players) or DVD recorders not compatible with CPRM.
â¢ Since recording capacity varies according to the recorded material, there may be cases where there is much more disc space remaining on the disc when recording is completed. â¢ Refer to page 43 about the recordable times when you choose âMNâ (manual) Recording mode. â¢ Since recording to DVD is performed using VBR (variable bit rate, refer to the section on VBR Control on page 126) with the exception of some recording modes, recording time varies according to the material to be recorded.
â¢ Recordable time may be shorter than that indicated above in the case of recording material of poor image quality such as broadcasts from televisions with poor reception. â¢ This does not guarantee the length of recording time. Actual recording time may be shorter than that indicated above depending on image quality and other aspects. â¢ The total of recording time and remaining time may not always agree with the recordable time of the recording mode. â¢ Block-like images may become conspicuous during scenes containing rapid movement due to the characteristics of digital image compression technology. â¢ When recording from digital broadcasts, you may notice a slight delay between video and audio. This is not a malfunction of the product.
This recording format is compatible with commercially available DVD players and DVD-ROM drives. â¢ Discs recorded in the Video mode cannot be recorded repeatedly or their content overwritten. â¢ When recording in the Video mode, discs can be played back, additionally recorded and edited only with this Recorder until they are finalised. â¢ Discs recorded in the Video mode can be played back with other DVD players by finalising them after recording. (However, this does not guarantee that these discs can be played back on all DVD players.) â¢ Recordings onto DVD-RW/R discs using the Video mode employ a new standard approved by the DVD Forum in 2000, and compatibility with this standard is left to the discretion of the respective DVD player manufacturer. Consequently, there are some models of DVD players and DVD-ROM drives that are unable to play back DVDRW/R discs. (Consult the maker of your device to determine whether it supports playback.) â¢ âCopy Onceâ programmes cannot be recorded. â¢ When bilingual broadcast is recorded, only the audio selected out of Lch and Rch will be recorded.
Disc Remaining Time
Ã VR mode â¢ Additional recordings can be made as long as there is available space on the disc. (Additional recordings can also be made after the disc is finalised.) â¢ Erasing unnecessary recordings lets you increase the remaining time on the disc. (The disc can also be erased after it has been finalised.) â¢ When a Play List (page 88) is created, disc space will not increase even if portions of titles or titles of Play List are erased. Ã Video mode â¢ Additional recordings can be made with this Recorder provided there is available space on the disc until the disc is finalised. â¢ In case you record on a DVD-RW disc, recordable time will increase if you erase the last recorded title unless you finalise the DVD-RW disc. â¢ In case you record on a DVD-R disc, recordable time will not increase even if you erase titles (page 95). (The erase function only hides the title, it does not actually erase it.)