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Warning
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
This symbol indicates “dangerous
voltage” inside the product that
presents a risk of electric shock or
personal injury.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
This symbol indicates important
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
instructions accompanying the
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
product.
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit.
WARNING : To prevent damage which may result in fire or electric shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to
rain or moisture.
CAUTION : HDD & DVD RECORDER USES AN INVISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH CAN CAUSE HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE IF DIRECTED. BE SURE TO OPERATE HDD & DVD RECORDER
CORRECTLY AS INSTRUCTED.
CAUTION
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE
SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
This product satisfies CE regulations when shielded cables and connectors are used to connect the unit to other
equipment. To prevent electromagnetic interference with electric appliances, such as radios and televisions, use
shielded cables and connectors for connections.
IMPORTANT NOTE
The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse is
indicated on the pin face of the plug. If it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BS1362 of the same rating must be
used.
Never use the plug with the fuse cover omitted if the cover is detachable. If a replacement fuse cover is required, it
must be of the same colour as the pin face of the plug. Replacement covers are available from your dealer.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the cable is not long enough to reach a power
point, you should obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer for assistance.
However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse and then safely dispose of the plug. Do not
connect the plug to a mains jack, as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord.
To disconnect the apparatus from the mains, the plug must be pulled out from the mains socket, therefore the
mains plug shall be readily operable.
The product unit accompanying this user manual is licenced under certain intellectual property rights of certain third
parties. This licence is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licenced contents.
No rights are granted for commercial use.
The licence does not cover any product unit other than this product unit and the licence does not extend to any
unlicenced product unit or process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in
combination with this product unit. The licence only covers the use of this product unit to encode and/or decode
audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are granted under this licence for
product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
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Precaution
Important Safety Instructions
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow all the safety instructions listed below.
Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
Read these instructions.
2)
Keep these instructions.
3)
Heed all warnings.
4)
Follow all instructions.
5)
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6)
Clean only with dry cloth.
7)
Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8)
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9)
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
Handling Cautions
~ Before connecting other components to this HDD & DVD RECORDER, be sure to turn them all off.
~ Do not move the HDD & DVD RECORDER while a disc is being played, or the disc may be scratched or
broken, the HDD & DVD RECORDER internal parts may be damaged.
~ Do not put a flower vase filled with water or any small metal objects on the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
~ Be careful not to put your hand into the disc tray.
~ Do not place anything other than the disc in the disc tray.
~ Exterior interference such as lightning and static electricity can affect normal operation of this HDD & DVD
RECORDER. If this occurs, turn the HDD & DVD RECORDER off and on again with the STANDBY/ON
button, or disconnect and then reconnect the AC power cord to the AC power outlet. The HDD & DVD
RECORDER will operate normally.
~ Be sure to remove the disc and turn off the HDD & DVD RECORDER after use.
~ Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet when you don’t intend to use the HDD & DVD
RECORDER for long periods of time.
~ Clean the disc by wiping in a straight line from the inside to the outside of the disc.
~ Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases,
shall be placed on the apparatus.
~ The Mains plug is used as a disconnect device and shall stay readily operable at any time.
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Maintenance of Cabinet
For safety reasons, be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
~ Do not use benzene, thinner, or other solvents for cleaning.
~ Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth.
HDD (Hard Disk Drive)
The hard disk has a high storage density, which enables long recording durations and quick access to written
data. However, it can easily be damaged by shock, vibration or dust and should be kept away from magnets.
To avoid losing important data, observe the following precautions.
~ Do not use the HDD & DVD RECORDER in a place subject to extreme changes in temperature.
~ Do not apply a strong shock to the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
~ Do not place the HDD & DVD RECORDER in a location subject to mechanical vibrations or in an unstable
location.
~ Do not place the HDD & DVD RECORDER on top of a heat source.
~ Do not disconnect the AC power cord while the power is on.
~ Do not attempt to change the hard disk. This may result in a malfunction.
Should the hard disk be damaged, you cannot recover lost data. The hard disk is only a temporary storage
space.
Disc Handling
~ Use discs with regular shapes. If an irregular disc (a disc with a special shape) is
used, this HDD & DVD RECORDER may be damaged.
Holding discs
~ Avoid touching the surface of a disc where recording is performed.
DVD-RAM, DVD±RW and DVD±R
~ Clean with an optional DVD-RAM/PD disc cleaner (LF-K200DCA1 where available). Do not
use cleaners or cloths for CDs to clean DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs.
DVD-Video, Audio-CD
~ Wipe off dirt or contamination on the disc with a soft cloth.
Cautions on handling discs
~ Do not write on the printed side with a ball-point pen or pencil.
~ Do not use record cleaning sprays or antistatic. Also, do not use volatile chemicals, such as benzene or
thinner.
~ Do not apply labels or stickers to discs. (Do not use discs fixed with exposed tape adhesive or leftover
peeled-off stickers.)
~ Do not use scratch-proof protectors or covers.
~ Do not use discs printed with label printers available on the market.
~ Do not load warped or cracked discs.
Disc Storage
Be careful not to harm the disc because the data on these discs is highly vulnerable to the environment.
~ Do not keep under direct sunlight.
~ Keep in a cool ventilated area.
~ Store vertically.
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~ Keep in a clean protection jacket.
~ If you move your HDD & DVD RECORDER suddenly from a cold place to a warm place, condensation may
generate on the operating parts and lens and cause abnormal disc playback. If this occurs, do not connect
the plug to the power outlet and wait for two hours. Then insert the disc and try to play back again.
Disc Specifications
This unit allows you to record and playback high quality digital video on DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs or on the
HDD.
You can also edit digital images on DVD-RAM/±RW discs or HDD.
❖ DVD-Video
~ A digital versatile disc (DVD) can contain up to 135-minutes of images, 8 audio languages and 32
subtitle languages. It is equipped with MPEG-2 picture compression and Dolby digital surrounding,
allowing you to enjoy vivid and clear theatre quality images in the comfort of your own home.
~ When switching from the first layer to the second layer of a dual-layered DVD Video disc, there may be
momentary distortion in the image and sound. This is not a malfunction of the unit.
~ Once a DVD-RW/±R recorded in Video Mode is finalised, it becomes DVD-Video.
❖ Audio CD
~ An audio disc on which 44.1 kHz PCM Audio is recorded.
~ Plays CD-DA format audio CD-R and CD-RW discs.
~ The unit may not be able to play some CD-R or CD-RW discs due to the condition of the recording.
❖ CD-R/-RW
~ Use a 700MB (80 minutes) CD-R/-RW disc. If possible, do not use a 800MB (90 minutes) or above
disc, as the disc may not play back.
~ If the CD-R/-RW disc was not recorded as a closed session, you may experience a delay in the early
playback time, all recorded files may not play.
~ Some CD-R/-RW discs may not be playable with this unit, depending on the device which was used to
burn them. For contents recorded on CD-R/-RW media from CDs for your personal use, playability may
vary depending on contents and discs.
❖ DVD±R Disc Playback and Recording
~ Once a DVD±R recorded in Video Mode is finalised, it becomes DVD-Video.
~ You can record onto the available space on the disc and perform editing functions such as giving titles
to discs and programmes and erasing programmes before finalising.
~ When programming is erased from a DVD±R, that space does not become available. Once an area on
a DVD±R is recorded on, that area is no longer available for recording, whether the recording is erased
or not.
~ It takes about 30 seconds for the unit to complete recording management information after recording
finishes.
~ This product optimizes the DVD±R for each recording. Optimizing is carried out when you start
recording after inserting the disc or turning on the unit. Recording onto the disc may become impossible
if optimizing is carried out too many times.
~ Playback may be impossible in some cases due to the condition of recording.
~ This unit can play back DVD±R discs recorded and finalised with a Samsung DVD video recorder. It
may not be able to play some DVD±R discs depending on the disc and the condition of the recording.
❖ DVD-RW Disc Playback and Recording
~ Recording and playback can be performed on DVD-RW discs in both the Video and VR Modes.
~ Once a DVD-RW recorded in both the Video and VR Modes is finalised, you cannot perform additional
recording.
~ Once a DVD-RW recorded in Video Mode is finalised, it becomes DVD-Video.
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~ In both modes, playback can be performed before and after finalisation, but additional recording,
deleting and editing can not be performed after finalisation.
~ If you want to record the disc in VR Mode and then record in V Mode, be sure to execute Format.
Be careful when executing Format because all the recorded data may be lost.
~ A DVD-RW blank disc is initialized to VR Mode when first initialized.
❖ DVD+RW Disc Playback and Recording
~ With DVD+RW discs, there is no difference between DVD-Video format(Video mode) and DVD-Video
Recording format(VR mode).
~ Finalising is generally unnecessary when using a DVD+RW disc.
❖ DVD-RAM Disc Playback and Recording
~ Ensure that the recording mode is set to VR mode. Otherwise, this product will not be able to play the
recording.
~ You cannot play a DVD-RAM in most DVD components due to compatibility issues.
~ Only DVD-RAM standard Version 2.0. discs can be played in this unit.
~ DVD-RAM recorded on this unit may not work with other DVD components. To determine compatibility
with these DVD-RAM discs, refer to the user’s manual for the player.
~ For cartridge type DVD-RAM discs, remove the cartridge and use the disc only.
Disc Copy
Contents Copy Specifications
Contents
HDD  DVD
DVD  HDD
Recorded Video Title
Supported
Supported
Copy Protected Title
Not supported
Not supported
Copy Once Title
Move
(Deletes the Title in the HDD after
copying)
Not supported
Once “Copy Once programme” has been recorded on the DVD disc, this title cannot be copied to HDD
anymore.
But “Copy Once programme” has been recorded on the HDD, this title can be copied to DVD-RW
(VR mode) or DVD-RAM.
Contents Copy Specifications
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Contents
HDD ➔ DVD or USB
DVD ➔ HDD or USB
USB ➔ HDD or DVD
MP3
Supported
Supported
Supported
JPEG(photo)
Supported
Supported
Supported
DivX
Supported
Supported
Supported
CD-DA
Not supported
Supported
Not supported
Disc(CD-R/CD-DA/CD-RW/DVD-RAM, DVD±R(Finalise)/DVD+RW/DVD-RW(Finalise)) ➔ HDD or USB
HDD ➔ DVD-R, DVD-RW(V) or USB
USB ➔ HDD or DVD-R, DVD-RW(V)
PTP USB is not available when you copy to USB.
If the disc is finalised through Disc Manager, it can be compatible with PC as a disc with a UDF file system.
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COPY PROTECTION
~ Many DVD discs are encoded with copy protection. Because of this, you should only connect your HDD & DVD RECORDER
directly to your TV, not to a VCR. Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted picture from copy-protected DVD discs.
~ This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by methods claims of certain U.S. patents and
other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorised by Macrovision Corporation, is intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorised by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
This HDD & DVD RECORDER can allow you to protect the contents of your discs, as described below.
~ Programme-protected: See page 82 “Locking (Protecting) a Title”
~ Disc-protected: See page 96 “Disc Protection”
❋ DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs that are incompatible with the DVD-VIDEO format cannot be played with this
product.
❋ For more information on DVD recording compatibility, consult your DVD-RAM/±RW/±R manufacturer.
❋ Use of poor quality DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs may cause following unexpected problems including,
without limitation, recording failure, loss of recorded or edited materials or damage to the HDD & DVD
RECORDER.
Disc Format
❖ Using MP3 disc
~ CD-R/-RW, DVD-RAM/±RW/±R, HDD, USB with MP3 files recorded with UDF, ISO9660 or JOLIET
format can be playbacked.
~ Only MP3 files with the “.mp3” or “.MP3” extension can be played.
~ For MP3 files recorded with a VBR(Variable Bit Rates), from 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps, the sound may cut in
and out.
~ Playable bit-rate range is from 56 Kbps to 320 Kbps.
~ Each folder can have up to 500 items including files and sub folders.
❖ Using JPEG disc
~ CD-R/-RW, DVD-RAM/±RW/±R, HDD, USB recorded with UDF, ISO9660 or JOLIET format can be
playbacked.
~ Only JPEG files with the “.jpg” or “.JPG” extension can be displayed.
~ Each folder can have up to 500 items including files and sub folders.
~ MOTION JPEG and progressive JPEG are not supported.
❖ Using DivX disc
~ Disc : CD-R/-RW, DVD-RAM/±RW/±R, HDD, USB
~ Video File with following extensions can be played. : .avi, .divx, .AVI, .DIVX
~ DivX Video (Codec) Format : DivX 3.11 DivX 4.x
DivX 5.x (without QPEL and GMC)
~ DivX Audio (Codec) Format : MP3, MPEG1 Audio Layer 2, LPCM, AC3, DTS
~ Supported subtitle file formats: .smi, .srt, .sub, .psb, .txt, .ass
~ Each folder can have up to 500 items including files and sub folders.
~ You cannot play back the disc that is larger than a 720 x 576 pixel resolution.
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Do not use the following discs!
~ LD, CD-G, CD-I, CD-ROM and DVD-ROM discs should not be used in this product.
[Note]
Disc types that can be played : CD/CD-R/-RW/MP3/JPEG/DVD-Video/DVD-RAM/±RW/±R.
For a DVD-RW/±R disc, which has been recorded in Video Mode on another component, it can play only
when finalised.
~ Some commercial discs and DVD discs purchased outside your region may not be playable with this
product. When these discs are played, either “No disc.” or “Please check the regional code of the disc.” will
be displayed.
~ If your DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs is an illegal copy or is not in DVD video format, it may also not be playable.
❖ Disc compatibility
~ Not all brands of discs will be compatible with this unit.
❖ Compatible USB Devices at host port
~ The USB host port acts as the one of desktop or laptop computer.
❋ This product is compatible with mass storage devices(removable storage devices) and PTP devices
(such as digital still cameras)
~ The USB host port provides USB2.0 connectivity and also backward compatibility with USB1.1
(USB1.0) devices.
~ Supported devices at host port
❋ Mass Storage Devices
- Digital Still Camera
- MP3 Player
- Memory stick
- Card Reader (One or Multi-slot Card Reader)
- External Hard disk drive : Only supports FAT32 formatted HDD.
- Others removable storage devices.
❋ PTP ( Picture Transfer Protocol ) devices
- Digital Still Camera (in PTP mode among USB connection modes)
~ This product only supports FAT16/32 file system
~ This product supports up to maximum 4 partitions
~ Notice (Caution)
❋ If you happen to use a bad quality USB cable, the USB device might not be recognized.
❋ The compatibility with MP3 players is somewhat restricted.
- This product can playback only mp3 format contents.
- This product does not support the audio contents encrypted by DRM (Digital Right Management)
❋ Either USB hub device or hub extension connectivity is not supported.
❋ There are lots of different kinds of USB devices.
Some of the USB devices mentioned above might not be compatible with this product.
In other words, the USB host function of this product does not guarantee the compatibility with all of
USB devices.
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~ TPL ( Target Peripheral List )
Since this product is not a Windows XP but a embedded USB host system, naturally the supported USB
devices cannot help being limited.
The USB host functionality and compatibility of this product have been proved with following items. (Except
these items , we expect lots of other USB devices will work well with this product )
❋ DSC (Digital Still Camera)
Brand
Samsung
VP-MS11, S800, Pro815, V20, V10, D60, UCA5
Sony
DSC-W50, DSC-R1, DSC-P200, DSC-P150
Olympus
C-70 zoom, SP-700, FE5500, C-470Z
Nikon
Coolpix 7900, Coolpix-p3, Coolpix S2
Panasonic
DMC-FX01, DMC-LX1S, DMC-FZ5
Canon
IXUS 60, IXUS 600, PowerShot A700, IXUS 700, A620, S80
Fuji
Finepix-F700
Vendor
Brand
i-river
N11, T30, T10, Mplayer
Samsung
YP-T8, YP-U2, YP-T9, YP-P2
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Vendor
❋ MP3
❋ Others
M
Product
Vendor
Brand
PMP
COWON
A2
External HDD
DATAgram
DHC-350
Card Reader
Unicon
UC-601R
` Among MP3 players in the list above, those that do not use Mass Storage Class are not supported.
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connecting & setting up
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Warning
Precaution
General Features
Before reading the user’s manual
How to use the HDD & DVD RECORDER
Unpacking
Description
Tour of the Remote Control
22 Connecting the HDD & DVD RECORDER
23 Additional connections
24 Antenna + HDD & DVD RECORDER +
External decoder box + TV
25 Other type of connecting the Video output cable
27 Other type of connecting the Audio output cable
30 Connecting HDMI/DVI to a TV
32 Connecting to AV 3 IN, DV input jack
33 Connecting to USB Devices
system setup
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On-Screen Menu Navigation
Plug & Play Setup
Setting the Clock
Channel Set
Setting up the Language Options
Setting up the System Options
Setting up the Audio Options
Setting up the Video Options
Setting up the Parental Lock
Setting up the Recording Options
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Region code (DVD-Video only)
Logos of Discs that can be played
Disc types that can be played
Playing a Disc
Using the Disc Menu & Title Menu
Using the playback related buttons
Using the INFO button
Selecting the Subtitle Language
Selecting the Soundtracks & Audio Channels
Changing the Camera Angle
Repeat Play
Zooming-In
Using Markers
Using the Bookmarks
Playing an Audio CD/MP3
Viewing a Picture
Playing a DivX
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Recordable Discs
Recording Formats
Recording Mode
Unrecordable pictures
Recording immediately
Copying from a Camcorder
Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)
Simultaneous Recording and Playback
Time Shift function as a live signal
Making a Timer Recording
Go To Recorded List
editing
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Basic Editing (Title List)
Using the Sort function (Title List)
Navigation Menu
Select Contents
Advanced Editing (Playlist)
Copying from HDD to DVD or VICE-VERSA
Copying MP3, JPEG or DivX
Changing the name of Music/Photo/DivX file
Disc Manager
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reference
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appendix
102
100 Troubleshooting
102 Specifications
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General Features
This unit allows you to record and playback high quality digital video on DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs or on the HDD.
You can also edit digital images on DVD-RAM/±RW discs or HDD.
DD Recording
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~ DVD-HR773
You can record up to Approx. 264 hours of video (in EP mode (8 Hours)) on the internal 160GB (gigabyte) hard
disk (HDD).
~ DVD-HR775
You can record up to Approx. 421 hours of video (in EP mode (8 Hours)) on the internal 250GB (gigabyte) hard
disk (HDD).
~ DVD-HR777
You can record up to Approx. 534 hours of video (in EP mode (8 Hours)) on the internal 320GB (gigabyte) hard
disk (HDD).
With both recordable DVD and a high-capacity HDD in the same recorder, you have the flexibility to keep
recordings on the HDD for quick access anytime, or record to DVD for archiving or playing on other DVD
players.
Copy between HDD and DVD
You can copy recordings from the HDD to recordable DVD, or from DVD to the HDD.
You can only copy in the same record mode as the source title.
Simultaneous Recording and Playback
Playback and recording for both the DVD and the built-in hard disk drive (HDD) are completely independent.
For example you can record a broadcast programme to either a recordable DVD or the HDD, while watching
another recording you already made on the same DVD or on the HDD.
Automated Quality Adjustment for Timer Recording
If FR mode is selected, the video quality is adjusted automatically so that all video for the scheduled time can
be recorded onto the free disc space. (See page 77)
Copying data from a digital camcorder using a DV input jack
Record DV Device video onto HDD and DVD-RAM/ ±RW/±R discs using the DV input jack
(IEEE 1394-4pin/4pin). (See page 73)
High quality progressive scan
Progressive scanning provides high resolution and flicker free video. The 10-bit 54-MHz DAC and 2D Y/C
Separating Circuitry provides the highest image playback and recording quality. (See page 44)
DivX Certification
DivX is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc. This is an official DivX Certified or DivX Ultra
Certified device that plays DivX video.
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HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
HDMI reduces picture noise by allowing a pure digital video/audio signal path from the
HDD & DVD RECORDER to your TV.
This HDD & DVD RECORDER supports 576P, 720P, 1080i and 1080P.
Anynet+(HDMI CEC)
Anynet+ is a function that can be used to operate the recorder using a Samsung TV remote
control, by connecting the HDD & DVD RECORDER to a SAMSUNG TV using an HDMI
Cable. (This is only available with SAMSUNG TVs that support Anynet+.)
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EZ Record Mode
This function allows you Initialise and Finalise a disc automatically. (See page 48)
USB Interface for Data Transfer
You can transfer JPEG, MP3 and DivX file of the MP3 player, USB memory or digital camera to a HDD & DVD
RECORDER using the USB interface. You can also copy JPEG, MP3 and DivX file of the HDD &DVD RECORDER
to MP3 player, USB memory or digital camera using the USB interface.
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Make sure to check the following terms before reading the user manual.
Icons that will be used in manual
Icon
Definition
HDD
This involves a function available on the HDD.
DVD
This involves a function available on DVD or DVD±R/-RW(V) discs that have been
finalised.
RAM
This involves a function available on DVD-RAM.
-RW
This involves a function available on DVD-RW.
-R
+RW
+R
This involves a function available on DVD-R.
This involves a function available on DVD+RW.
This involves a function available on DVD+R.
CD-DA
This involves a function available on a data CD (CD-R or CD-RW).
JPEG
This involves a function available on CD-R/-RW, DVD±R/±RW/-RAM discs or HDD.
MP3
This involves a function available on CD-R/-RW, DVD±R/±RW/-RAM discs or HDD.
DivX
This involves a function available on CD-R/-RW, DVD±R/±RW/-RAM discs or HDD.
Caution
NOTE
One-Touch
button
USB
This involves a case where a function does not operate or settings may be cancelled.
This involves tips or instructions on the page that help each function operate.
A function that can be operated by using only one button.
This involves a function available on USB.
About the use of this user’s manual
1) Be sure to be familiar with Safety Instructions before using this product. (See pages 2~9)
2) If a problem occurs, check the Troubleshooting. (See pages 100~101)
Copyright
©2009 Samsung Electronics Co.
All rights reserved; No part or whole of this user’s manual may be reproduced or copied without the prior
written permission of Samsung Electronics Co.
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How to use the HDD & DVD RECORDER
Step 1: Select the disc type or HDD
Please check available disc type before recording.
If you want to repeatedly record on the same disc or you want to edit the disc after recording, select a
rewritable DVD±RW or DVD-RAM type disc. If you want to save a recording without any changes, choose a
non-rewritable DVD±R. You can record files directly to the built-in HDD or edit a recorded file.
Step 2: Format the disc to start recording
Unlike a VCR, the HDD & DVD RECORDER automatically starts formatting when an unused disc is inserted.
This is required for the preparation of recording on a disc.
DVD+R DVD+ReWritable
DVD+R DVD+ReWritable
Using the HDD
Formatting unnecessary.
Using a DVD-RAM
This type of disc can be formatted in DVD-Video Recording format (VR mode). You can edit recorded images
and create a playlist in a specific sequence according to your requirements.
Using a DVD-RW
This type of disc can be formatted in either DVD-Video format (V mode) or DVD-Video Recording format (VR
mode). For an unused disc, a message that asks whether to initialize a disc or not. If you select
“DVD-VR” or “DVD-V”, initialising will be started.
You can play a Video mode disc on various DVD components. A VR mode disc allows more varied editing.
Using a DVD-R
Formatting disc is unnecessary and only V Mode Recording is supported. You can play these types of discs
on various DVD components only when they have been finalised.
Using a DVD+RW
For an unused DVD+RW disc, a message that asks whether to format a disc or not. If you select “DVD+RW”,
formatting will be started.
Using a DVD+R
This type of disc will be formatted automatically.
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Step 3 : Recording
There are two different recording methods, Direct Recording and Timer Recording. Timer recording is
classified as follows:
Recording mode : XP (high quality mode), SP (standard quality mode), LP (long recording mode), and EP
(extended mode) according to the recording mode. When recording is set in the FR mode, the best quality
picture is recorded with regards to the remaining time on the disc.
Step 4 : Playing
A DVD consists of sections, called titles, and sub- sections, called chapters.
Step 5: Editing a recorded disc
Editing on discs is easier than conventional video tapes. The HDD & DVD RECORDER supports many
different edit functions, possible only with DVDs and HDD.
With a simple and easy edit menu, you can operate various edit functions, such as delete, copy, rename,
lock, etc., on a recorded title.
Creating a playlist (DVD-RAM/-RW in VR mode, HDD)
With this HDD & DVD RECORDER, you can create a new playlist on a disc and edit it without the original,
pre-existing recording.
Step 6 : Finalising & Playing on other DVD components
To play your DVD on other DVD components, finalising may be necessary. First, finish all editing and
recording operations, then finalise the disc.
When using a DVD-RW disc in VR Mode
DVD discs recorded in VR mode can only be played back in DVD recorders, not players.
When using a DVD-RW disc in Video Mode
The disc should be finalised first to enable playback on anything other than this HDD & DVD RECORDER. No
more editing or recording can be made on the disc once it has been finalised.
To enable recording on the disc again, the disc must be unfinalised.
When using a DVD±R disc
You should finalise the disc to play it on a component other than this HDD & DVD RECORDER. You cannot
edit or record on the disc once it has been finalised.
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` You can finalise the disc automatically using EZ Record function. (See page 48)
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You can select the title you want to play in a displayed menu and then immediately start playback.
getting started
Unpacking
Accessories
Check for the supplied accessories below.
USB
PAUSE
REPEAT
Video/Audio Cable
RF Cable for TV
Remote Control
Batteries for Remote Control (AAA Size)
Instruction Manual
Quick Guide
Preparing the Remote Control
Install Batteries in the Remote Control
~ Open the battery cover on the back of the remote control.
~ Insert two AAA batteries. Make sure that the polarities (+ and –) are aligned correctly.
~ Replace the battery cover.
If the remote does not operate properly:
~ Check the polarity +/– of the batteries (Dry-Cell)
~ Check if the batteries are drained.
~ Check if remote sensor is blocked by obstacles.
~ Check if there is any fluorescent lighting nearby.
Dispose of batteries according to local environmental regulations. Do not put them in the household trash.
To determine whether your television is compatible, follow the instructions below.
1. Switch your television on.
2. Point the remote control towards the television.
3. Press and hold the TV STANDBY/ON button and enter the two-figure code corresponding to the brand
of your television, by pressing the appropriate number buttons.
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Controllable TV Codes
BRAND
BUTTON
SAMSUNG
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
BRAND
BUTTON
NOBLEX
66
NOKIA
74
82
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
NORDMENDE
72, 73, 75
BANG & OLUFSEN
57
PANASONIC
53, 54, 74, 75
BLAUPUNKT
71
PHILIPS
06, 55, 56, 57
BRANDT
73
PHONOLA
06, 56, 57
BRIONVEGA
57
PIONEER
58, 59, 73, 74
CGE
52
RADIOLA
06, 56
CONTINENTAL EDISON
75
RADIOMARELLI
57
DAEWOO
19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34
RCA
45, 46
EMERSON
64
REX
74
FERGUSON
73
SABA
FINLUX
57, 72, 73, 74, 75
06, 49, 57
SALORA
74
FORMENTI
57
SANYO
41, 42, 43, 44, 48
FUJITSU
84
SCHNEIDER
06
GRADIENTE
70
SELECO
74
49, 52, 71
SHARP
36, 37, 38, 39, 48
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
60, 72, 73, 75
SIEMENS
71
IMPERIAL
52
SINGER
57
SINUDYNE
57
JVC
61, 79
LG
06, 19, 20, 21, 22, 78
SONY
LOEWE
06, 69
TELEAVA
LOEWE OPTA
06, 57
TELEFUNKEN
MAGNAVOX
40
THOMSON
METZ
57
THOMSON ASIA
MITSUBISHI
06, 48, 62, 65
MIVAR
TOSHIBA
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AIWA
ANAM
35, 48
73
67, 73, 75, 76
72, 73, 75
80, 81
47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
52, 77
WEGA
57
NEC
83
YOKO
06
NEWSAN
68
ZENITH
63
Result: If your television is compatible with the remote control, it will switch off.
It is now programmed to operate with the remote control.
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` If several codes are indicated for your television brand, try each one in turn until you find one that works.
` If you replace the remote control’s batteries, you must set the brand code again.
Then you can control the television using the following buttons after pressing
the TV button.
Button
TV STANDBY/ON
INPUT SEL.
TV VOL (+ / –)
PROG (, / .)
TV MUTE
Number
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Function
Used to switch the television on and off.
Used to select an external source.
Used to adjust the volume of the television.
Used to select the desired channel.
Used to toggle the sound on and off.
Used to input number directly.
` The functions listed above does not necessarily work on all televisions. If you encounter problems, operate the
television directly.
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Description
Front Panel
1
2
8
12
11
10
3
7 6
5 4
9
OPEN/CLOSE button
Opens and closes the disc tray.
DISPLAY
Displays the playing status, time, etc.
PLAY/PAUSE button
Plays a disc or pauses playback.
SEARCH/SKIP buttons
Goes to the next title/chapter/track or goes back to the previous title/chapter/track.
(Playback mode)
Select TV preset Channels. (Stop mode)
STOP button
Stops disc playback.
REC button
Starts recording.
HDD/DVD button
Selects HDD/DVD mode.
DISC TRAY
Opens to accept a disc.
USB HOST
Connects to digital still camera, MP3 player, memory stick, Card reader, external
HDD or other removable storage devices
10
DV-INPUT
Connects to external digital equipment with a DV jack. (such as a camcorder)
11
AV 3 INPUT
Connects to external equipment.
12
STANDBY/ON button
Turns the HDD & DVD Recorder on and off .
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Rear Panel
10
9
8
7
6
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4
5
Fan
The fan always revolves when the power
is on. Ensure a minimum of 10 cm clear
space on all sides of the fan when
installing the product.
1
In from aerial
connector
Connects RF cable from antenna.
2
VIDEO OUT
Connects the input of external equipment using a Video cable.
3
AV2(EXT) INPUT
SCART connector
Connects to equipment having SCART output jack.
4
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT(COAXIAL)
Connects to an amplifier having a digital coaxial audio input jack.
5
HDMI OUT
Connects to equipment having HDMI input.
6
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT(OPTICAL)
Connects to an amplifier having a digital optical audio input jack.
7
AV1(TV) OUTPUT
SCART connector
Connects to equipment having SCART input jack.
8
AUDIO OUT
Connects to the audio input of external equipment using audio cables.
9
COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT
Connects to equipment having Component video input.
10
Out to TV
connector
Connects RF cable to TV antenna input.
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Front Panel Display
10
Playback-related,
Open/Close indicator
Lights when playback-related and open/close buttons are selected.
In Disc Indicator
Lights status icon.
DVD VIEW Indicator
Lights when DVD mode is selected.
HDD VIEW Indicator
Lights when HDD mode is selected.
USB VIEW Indicator
Lights when USB mode is selected.
Disc Media Indicator
Lights when a DVD±RW/±R disc is loaded.
TIMER Indicator
Lights to indicate the timer record mode.
HDMI Indicator
Lights to indicate when HDMI is connected.
REC Indicator
Lights in the record mode.
STATUS Indicator
Playing time/clock/current status indicator.
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Tour of the Remote Control
Your HDD & DVD RECORDER remote control will work with Samsung televisions and compatible brands.
Installing batteries in the Remote Control
. Install two AAA size batteries.
Make sure to match the “+” and “–” ends of
the batteries with the diagram inside the
compartment.
TV button
USB
Press this to operate TV.
. Replace the cover.
Assuming typical TV usage, the batteries last
for about one year.
SELECT
(DVD, HDD, USB)
OPEN/CLOSE button
STANDBY/ON button
To open and close the disc tray.
Press to turn the HDD & DVD RECORDER
On/Off.
TV STANDBY/ON button
Press to turn the TV On/Off.
NUMBER buttons
Used to input number directly.
TV/DVD button
INPUT SEL. button
Press TV/DVD button to select the Video input on
your TV.
SUBTITLE button
Press this to switch the DVD’s subtitle language.
Select input signal in external input mode
(PROG, AV1, AV2, AV3 or DV input)
PAUSE
Playback-related Buttons
TV MUTE/AUDIO button
Forward/Rewind, Search, Skip, Stop, Play/Still.
In TV mode, this operates as sound mute.
Use this to access various audio functions on a
disc. (DVD mode)
TV VOL button
PROG button
TV volume adjustment.
Use this to select a TV programme.
MENU button
RETURN button
Brings up the HDD & DVD RECORDER’s setup
menu.
Press to return to the previous menu.
OK/DIRECTION buttons (▲▼◀▶ buttons)
Used to select or move up/down, left/ right when
setting the menu function.
INFO button
This will display current setting or disc status.
EXIT button
Press to exit the setup screen.
TITLE LIST/DISC MENU button
Use this to enter the View Recording list/disc
menu.
PLAY LIST/TITLE MENU button
Use this to return to the Title menu, or to view the
recorded files list.
A, B, C, D button
Allows access to common function of HDD &
DVD RECORDER.
COPY button
Press this when you copy DVD to HDD and viceversa.
You can also copy files from HDD or DVD to the
USB storage devices and vice-versa.
REC button
Use to make a recording on HDD/DVD-RAM/
±RW/±R discs.
MARKER button
Use this to bookmark a position while playing a disc.
REPEAT
REC MODE button
Use this to set the desired Recording time and
picture quality. (XP/SP/LP/EP).
REC PAUSE/TIME SHIFT button
Use this to pause during recording.
In HDD mode, use this to operate Time shift function.
TIMER/REPEAT button
Press to directly enter the Timer Recording Mode
menu.
Allows you to repeat a title, chapter, track or disc.
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1. Lift the cover at the back of the remote
control upward as shown.
connecting & setting up
Connecting the HDD & DVD RECORDER
This section involves various methods of connecting the HDD & DVD RECORDER to other external components
and required initial setting modes.
You can connect your HDD & DVD RECORDER to the television using the SCART cable if the appropriate
input is available on the television.
1. Connect the RF cable as shown.
2. Connect one end of the SCART cable to the AV1 socket on the rear of the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
3. Plug the other end into the appropriate connector on the television.
4. Plug in the HDD & DVD RECORDER and TV
5. Turn on the HDD & DVD RECORDER and TV.
6. Press the INPUT SEL. button on your TV remote control until the Video signal from the HDD & DVD
RECORDER appears on the TV screen.
To ANT IN
To TV
RF Cable
To ANT INPUT
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` The RF cable connection of this product sends only signals of TV. You must connect SCART cable or Audio/Video
cables to watch a DVD from your HDD & DVD RECORDER.
` TV mode : Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control, then “TV” will appear on the Front display (or turn off
HDD & DVD RECORDER).
Then you can watch programmes received through TV.
` If you set “Power save mode” on and power off Recorder, TV channel signal from ANT OUT of DVD-Recorder may be
a little noisy.
So, in this case, set “Power save mode” off, then you see the clean channel in TV.
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Additional connections
You can connect your HDD & DVD RECORDER to a satellite or digital tuner.
connecting & setting up
External device (VCR/Satellite receiver)
1
- DVD mode
1. Connect the AV2 connector of HDD & DVD RECORDER and VCR/Satellite receiver or digital tuner using a
SCART cable.
2. Connect the AV1 connector to the SCART AV connector on TV.
3. Turn on the HDD & DVD RECORDER, VCR/Satellite receiver or digital tuner and TV.
4. Set Input mode on AV2.
- TV mode
1. Press the TV/DVD button on the remote control, then “TV” will appear on Front display. (or turn off HDD &
DVD RECORDER.)
2. You can watch programmes from a satellite or digital tuner connected to this HDD & DVD RECORDER,
even when the HDD & DVD RECORDER is turned off. You can not use this connection when setting
“power save mode” on.
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Antenna + HDD & DVD RECORDER +
External decoder box + TV
If you connect external decoder box to HDD & DVD RECORDER, you can record scrambled channels (CANAL+ or
Premiere broadcasts) received through the built-in TV tuner in HDD & DVD RECORDER.
Wall
DECODER
3
1. Connect RF antenna cables as shown.
2. Connect the AV1 connector on this recorder to the SCART AV connector on TV using a SCART cable.
3. Connect the AV2 connector to a SCART AV connector on decoder box.
4. To watch or record PAY-TV Canal Plus programmes, set your HDD & DVD RECORDER to receive the
channels using the on-screen display. (Refer to pages 36~37)
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Other type of connecting the Video output cable
There are several ways to output a video signal not using scart cables. Select one of the following video connections
that best suits.
~ Case 1 : Connecting to a Video (Composite) output jack
~ Case 2 : Component Video output jacks
Case 1 : Connecting to a Video (Composite) output jack
1. Connect a video (Yellow) cable between the VIDEO (yellow) OUT jack on HDD & DVD RECORDER and
VIDEO (yellow) INPUT jack on your TV (or AV amplifier).
~ You will enjoy regular quality images.
2. Connect audio cables (white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the HDD & DVD RECORDER
and AUDIO IN jacks on TV (or AV amplifier). (See pages 27~29)
Video/Audio Cable
Yellow
Red
White
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Component video and Progressive Output Modes
~ Component video output is available only if your TV supports Component video input, respectively.
If Component video output does not work, check the TV connections and the TV input selection settings.
~ Compared to standard interlaced video, progressive scan doubles the amount of video lines fed to your TV,
resulting in a more stable, flicker-free, clear image than interlaced video. This is only available with TVs that
support progressive scan.
~ Progressive Scan Output (576P)
Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and
may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture, in case of 576 progressive scan picture problems, It is
recommended that the user switch the connection to the ‘standard definition’ output. If there are questions
regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 576P HDD & DVD RECORDER, please contact our
customer service centre.
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Case 2 : Component Video output jacks
1. Connect Component video cables(not supplied) between the COMPONENT OUT(Y, Pb, Pr) jacks on HDD
& DVD RECORDER and COMPONENT IN(Y, Pb, Pr) jacks on your TV.
~ You will enjoy high quality and accurate colour reproduction images.
2. Connect audio cables (white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the HDD & DVD RECORDER
and AUDIO IN jacks on TV (or AV amplifier).
(See pages 27~29).
3. After connecting, refer to the page 44.
Green
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Blue
Red
` Make sure that the colour coded connections match. The Y, Pb, Pr component output jacks of your HDD & DVD
RECORDER must be connected to the exact corresponding component input jacks on your TV.
` Progressive setting is only available when the Video Out is set to Component.
(See page 44)
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Other type of connecting the Audio output cable
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #: 5,451,942 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending.
DTS and DTS Digital Out are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc.
© 1996-2009 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Case 1 : Connecting to your TV
If your TV has audio input jacks, use this connection.
Yellow
Red
White
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There are several ways to output audio signal not using scart cables. Select the audio connection that best suits you
below.
~ Case 1 : Connecting to your TV
~ Case 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier with AV output jacks
~ Case 3 : Connecting to an AV amplifier with a digital output jack
connecting & setting up
Case 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier with AV output jacks
If your stereo amplifier only has AUDIO INPUT jacks (L and R), use the AUDIO OUT jacks
Red
White
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Front(L)
speaker
Front(R)
speaker
Case 3: Connecting to an AV amplifier with a digital output jack
If your AV amplifier has a Dolby Digital, MPEG2 or DTS decoder and a digital input jack, use this connection.
To enjoy Dolby Digital, MPEG2 or DTS sound, you will need to set up the audio settings. According to your
amplifier, connect to an optical cable or a coaxial cable. (See pages 41~42)
connecting & setting up
or
Rear(R)
Rear(L)
Front(L)
Front(R)
Subwoofer
Centre
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Connecting HDMI/DVI to a TV
If your TV has a HDMI/DVI input, connect HDMI/DVI Adapter cable to a TV. You will enjoy the best quality images
and sounds.
~ Case 1 : Connecting to a TV with HDMI Jack
~ Case 2 : Connecting to a TV with DVI Jack
Case 1 : Connecting to a TV with HDMI Jack
~ Using the HDMI cable (not supplied) connect the HDMI OUT jack on the rear of the HDD & DVD
RECORDER to the HDMI IN jack of your TV.
~ Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the HDMI signal from the HDD & DVD RECORDER
appears on your TV screen.
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` If the HDD & DVD RECORDER is connected to your TV in HDMI 1080p output mode, you must use High
speed(category2) HDMI cable.
Case 2 : Connecting to a TV with DVI Jack
~ Using a DVI Adapter cable (not supplied), connect the HDMI OUT jack on the rear of the HDD & DVD
RECORDER to the DVI IN jack of your TV.
~ Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white) OUT jacks on the rear of the HDD & DVD
RECORDER to the AUDIO (red and white) IN jacks of your TV. Turn on the HDD & DVD RECORDER and
TV.
~ Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the DVI signal from the HDD & DVD RECORDER
appears on your TV screen.
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Red
White
` To use an HDMI cable (not supplied), make the Audio/Video connection before plugging in the power cord or after
finishing the “Plug & Play Setup.” Do not connect the HDMI cable while the “Plug & Play Setup” is progressing.
`
`
`
`
Progressive scan automatically activates when HDMI is connected.
If TV/HDMI Receiver does not support DTS, Audio output is not available when you play disc in DTS format.
You can switch from the HDMI output to other output only in stop mode.
If you use an HDMI cable to connect a Samsung TV to the HDD & DVD RECORDER, you can operate the recorder using the
TV remote control. (This is only available with SAMSUNG TVs that support Anynet+(HDMI-CEC).) (See page 39)
` Please check the ' logo (If your TV has an ' logo, then it supports Anynet+ function.)
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` HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
HDMI is an interface to enable the digital transmission of video and audio data with just a single connector. Since
HDMI is based on DVI, it is completely compatible with DVI. The only difference between HDMI and DVI is that HDMI
supports multi-channel audio. Using HDMI, the HDD & DVD RECORDER transmits a digital video and audio signal
and displays a vivid picture on a TV having an HDMI input jack.
` HDMI connection description
HDMI connector - Both uncompressed video data and digital audio data (LPCM or Bit Stream data).
- Though the HDD & DVD RECORDER uses a HDMI cable (not supplied), the HDD & DVD RECORDER outputs only a
pure digital signal to the TV.
- If TV does not support HDCP (High -bandwidth Digital Content Protection), snow noise appears on the screen.
` Why does Samsung use HDMI?
Analog TVs require an analog video/audio signal. However, when playing a DVD, the data transmitted to a TV is digital.
Therefore either a digital-to-analog converter (in the HDD & DVD RECORDER) or an analog-to-digital converter (in the TV) is
required. During this conversion, the picture quality is degraded due to noise and signal loss. HDMI technology is superior
because it requires no D/A conversion and is a pure digital signal from the HDD & DVD RECORDER to your TV.
` What is the HDCP?
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a system for protecting DVD content outputted via HDMI from
being copied. It provides a secure digital link between a video source (PC, DVD. etc) and a display device (TV,
projector. etc). Content is encrypted at the source device to prevent unauthorized copies from being made.
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Connecting to AV 3 IN, DV input jack
This allows you to connect your HDD & DVD RECORDER to other external devices and view or record their outputs.
~ Case 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB), DVD player or Camcorder to the AV 3 IN jacks
~ Case 2 : Connecting a DV Device to the DV IN jack
Case 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB), DVD player or Camcorder to the AV 3 IN jacks
Connecting a VCR or external device to AV 3 IN jacks of the HDD & DVD RECORDER. You can record from
connected equipment (VCR, STB, DVD player or Camcorder).
Camcorder
VCR
STB
DVD
Yellow
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Red
White
` AV 3 in selection will be automatically done.
If the input is not selected automatically, use INPUT SEL. button to select proper input.
` Copy protected content cannot be recorded.
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Case 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN jack
If your digital camcorder has a DV output jack, connect it to the DV input jack of your HDD & DVD
RECORDER.
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Camcorder
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` If the input is not selected automatically, use INPUT SEL. button to select proper input.
Connecting to USB Devices
This allows you to connect your HDD & DVD RECORDER to USB devices.
Connecting a USB memory, MP3 player, Digital Camera to the USB HOST.
MP3 Player
Digital Camera
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` Disconnecting the USB cable during the data transfer will stop the communication and may damage data stored in
the memory.
` When data communication is disrupted due to static electricity, magnetic field or other reason, restart the
programme or try to disconnect / connect the USB Cable again.
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On-Screen Menu Navigation
The on-screen menus allow you to enable or disable various functions on your HDD & DVD RECORDER.
Press the MENU button to open the on-screen menu and then use the following buttons to navigate through the on
screen menus.
1. ▲▼, ◀▶ buttons
Press these buttons on the remote control to move the selection
bar ▲▼, ◀▶ to cycle through the menu options.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
. OK button
Press this button on the remote control to confirm any new settings.
. RETURN button
Press this button on the remote control to return to the Previous
menu screen displayed or to exit the on-screen menu.
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Library
Title
\
DivX
\
Music
\
Photo
\
Setup
mMove
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
. EXIT button
Press this button to exit the on-screen MENU.
Plug & Play Setup
Your HDD & DVD RECORDER will automatically set itself up when it is plugged in for the first time. TV stations and
clock will be stored in memory. The process takes a few minutes. Your HDD & DVD RECORDER will then be ready
for use.
1. Connect the RF cable as indicated on page 22.
(Connecting Your HDD & DVD RECORDER to the TV Using the RF
Cable and scart cable.)
To use an HDMI cable (not supplied), make the Audio/Video
connection before plugging in the power cord or after finishing the
“Plug & Play Setup” Do not connect the HDMI cable while the “Plug
& Play Setup” is progressing.
. Plug the HDD & DVD RECORDER into the mains. “AUTO” in the
front panel display flickers.
. Press a number button to select the language.
. Press the OK button to start the auto setup.
Press 1
Нажмите 2
Nac. 3
Nyomja Le 4
Stiskněte 5
Stlač 6
Πιέστε 7
Натиснете 8
MACROVISION
English
Русский
Polski
Magyar
Česky
Slovenský
Ελληνικά
Български
MP52H
. Select “Country” using the ▲▼, ◀▶ buttons to select your
country.
~ Refer to following abbreviation table when selecting “Country”.
A(Austria)
NL(Netherlands)
S(Sweden)
PL(Poland)
B(Belgium)
I(Italy)
CH(Swiss)
CZ (Czech)
DK(Denmark)
N(Norway)
TR(Turkey)
Others
FIN(Finland)
P(Portugal)
GR(Greece)
D(Deutschland)
E(Spain)
HU(Hungary)
Auto setup will be started.
Yes
No
Country Selection
~ The HDD & DVD RECORDER searches for the stations according
to a preset preference list corresponding to the country that you
have selected.
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NL
S
PL
B
I
CH
CZ
DK
N
TR
Others
FIN
P
GR
D
E
HU
. Auto channel scan will be started.
~ The number of stations automatically stored by the HDD & DVD
RECORDER depends on the number of stations that it has found.
. After auto channel scan is completed, auto clock setting will be
started automatically in 10 seconds. If you want to start auto clock
setting immediately, press OK button.
Auto channel scan completed successfully.
Press the [OK] button to auto clock set.
OK
. Wait until current date and time are displayed automatically. If you
want to exit auto clock setting, press MENU button.
` Now, your HDD & DVD RECORDER is ready for use. “Plug & Play Setup” is
complete. If you want to change it, you can by Presetting the Stations
manually “Channel Set – Manual Setup” menu. (See page 37)
Please wait. Now setting the clock.
If you want to exit clock setting,
press the [MENU] button.
` Auto setup function can be performed by pressing STOP ( ) on the
unit continuously for 10 seconds or more during power off with no disc
inserted.
. Check the date and time.
~ If it is Correct, press OK button then the date and time will be
saved. If you don’t press the OK button, the date and time will be
saved automatically after 5 seconds.
~ If it is Incorrect, input correct Month, Day, Year, Hour or Minute
using ▲▼, ◀▶ buttons or number buttons. Press OK button
then the date and time will be saved. When you need to change
clock setting, you can set it up manually.
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Setting the Clock
This menu is used to set the current time.
You need to set the time to use timer recording.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Clock Set, then press the OK or
▶ button.
Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to input Month, Day, Year, Hour or
Minute. Press the number buttons to input clock data directly.
The day of the week is displayed automatically.
. Press the OK button, then the date and time will be saved. If you
don’t press the OK button, it will not be saved.
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Setup
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Setup
System
\
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: Off
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: Off
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Anynet+ (HDMI CEC)
: On
\
\
DivX(R) Registration
` You must have the RF cable connected to set the Auto Clock.
(See page 22)
` The HDD & DVD RECORDER automatically sets the clock according to
the time signal broadcast between the channels PR1 to PR5. If you do
not need the Auto Clock Set function, select Off.
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Auto Scanning
This feature allows you to manually set the HDD & DVD RECORDER tuner band to Antenna or Cable,
whichever you connected to the Antenna In jack during initial setup.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Channel Set, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
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Auto Scanning
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Auto Scanning, then press the OK or ▶ button.
The message “Your data will be lost. Press [OK] to continue, [RETURN] to exit.” is displayed.
. Press the OK button, then press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select your Country.
~ The HDD & DVD RECORDER searches for the stations according to a preset preference list
corresponding to the country that you have selected. (See page 34)
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` Press the OK button to stop the Auto Scanning
Manual Setup
You can add preset channel that Auto Channel Search missed. And you can delete a channel you wish to
remove. You can programme the order of channels.
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 in “Auto Scanning“ on page 36.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Manual Setup, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
PR CH Manual Setup
Name
Decoder
01
002
- - - -
Off
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select a PR (programme) you wish to
02
004
- - - -
Off
edit, delete, or swap, then press the COLOUR button.
03
- - -
- - - -
-
04
- - -
- - - -
-Select Edit, Delete or Swap.
05
- - -
- - - -
-
06
- - -
- - - -
-~ In case of Edit (RED(A) button) : You can add or edit PR
07
- - -
- - - -
-(programme) information. After change PR informations (CH.,
Edit
Delete
Swap
Name, Decoder, MFT), select Save, then press the OK button.
- CH : Tune the channel using ◀▶ buttons.
Manual Setup
- Name : Display station name automatically detected in
PR
01
broadcasting signal. If not detected, you can edit name
CH
002
by using ▲▼◀▶ buttons.
Name
---- Decoder : If you set on, you can record scrambled channels
Decoder
Off
MFT
using external decoder box.
Save
Before setting on, refer to connecting external
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decoder box in the page 24.
- MFT (Manual Frequency Tunning) : You can tune up the
channel frequency better using ◀▶ buttons.
~ In case of Delete (GREEN(B) button) : the channel information of selected PR(programme) will be
removed.
~ In case of Swap (YELLOW(C) button) : You can swap the channel information of two PR(programme).
For example, if you wish to swap PR2 and PR5, select swap at PR2, then press the OK button at PR5.
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. Press the OK button. Channel scan will be started.
~ The first frequency band is scanned and the first station found is displayed and stored. And the HDD &
DVD RECORDER searches for the second station and so on.
~ The number of stations automatically stored by the HDD & DVD RECORDER depends on the number
of stations that it has found.
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Setting up the Language Options
If you set the language options, in advance, they will come up automatically every time you watch a movie.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Language, then press the OK or
▶ button.
Language setup menu will be displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired language option, press
the OK or ▶ button.
~ Audio : For the disc audio language.
~ Subtitle : For the disc subtitles.
~ Disc Menu : For the disc menu contained on the disc
~ Menu : For the on-screen menu of your HDD & DVD RECORDER.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
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Timer Record
Disc Manager
Language
Audio
: Original
\
Subtitle
: Automatic
\
Disc Menu
: English
\
Menu
: English
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired language, then press the OK or ▶ button.
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` If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the original pre-recorded language is selected.
` The selected language will only appear if it is supported on the disc.
Setting up the System Options
This function allows you to setup the system setting.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select System, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired system option, then
press the OK or ▶ button.
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Setup
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
Auto Power Off Setting
This feature automatically turns off your HDD & DVD RECORDER, if you do not press any button for the
selected time.
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Auto Power Off, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
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Clock Set
\
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
\
Auto Power Off Off
: Off
Timer Record
\
Power save
2 Hours : Off
OK or ▶ button.
Disc Manager
6 Hours : On
\
Anynet+ (HDMI CEC)
Setup DivX(R) Registration
~ Off : Auto power off is disabled.
\
~ 2 Hours : HDD & DVD RECORDER will automatically turn off for 2
hours after the last button is pressed.
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~ 6 Hours : HDD & DVD RECORDER will automatically turn off for 6
hours after the last button is pressed.
~ If the turn off time set with the Auto Power off function is reached during playback or recording, the
device will operate until the playback or recording is finished.
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Power Save Setting
~ On: If it is set to On and you turn off the HDD & DVD recorder, the
recorder enters the Power Save and the front panel
display goes off.
~ Off : Does not set to Power Save. Normally select OFF mode.
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Anynet+ (HDMI CEC)On
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available.
Signal from ANT OUT of Recorder to ANT IN of TV will be noisy.
Signal from AV2(EXT) can not be transfered to AV1(TV). If you want to
use, set “Power save mode”off Refer to page 22 and 23.
Anynet+ (HDMI CEC)
Anynet+ is a function that can be used to operate the recorder using a
Samsung TV remote control, by connecting the HDD & DVD
RECORDER to a SAMSUNG TV using an HDMI Cable. (See pages
30~31)
(This is only available with SAMSUNG TVs that support Anynet+.)
HDD & DVD RECORDER
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Setup
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Anynet+ (HDMI CEC), then press
the OK or ▶ button. Anynet+ (HDMI CEC) items will be displayed.
2. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select On, then press the OK or ▶
button.
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1. Connect the HDD & DVD RECORDER to a Samsung TV with an HDMI cable. (See pages 30~31)
. Set the Anynet+ (HDMI CEC) to “On” on your HDD & DVD RECORDER.
(see above)
. Set the Anynet+ function on your TV.
(See the TV instruction manual for more information.)
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View TV
Select Device
remote control.
Record
(TV buttons that can be used to control the HDD & DVD RECORDER :
Menu on Device
Device Operation
, , , ,
,
and , buttons, ~ button)
Receiver : Off
Setup
~ When you press Anynet+ button on the TV remote control, the
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- Select Device : Use this option to select device.
<TV Menu>
- Record : Use this option to start recording or stop recording.
- Menu on Device : Same as MENU button ( ) on the HDD &
DVD RECORDER remote control.
- Device Operation : Same as INFO button ( ) on the HDD & DVD RECORDER remote control.
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screen.
` If you power on a DVD recorder when the TV power is off, the TV will power On.
` If you turn the TV off, the HDD & DVD Recorder will power off automatically. (When the HDD & DVD Recorder is
recording, it can’t be powered off.)
` If you change the HDMI to other sources (Composite, Component, RF... etc) in TV while playing the DVD disc, the
HDD & DVD Recorder will stop playing. But the HDD & DVD Recorder may keep the DVD disc Recording.
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DivX(R) Registration
Please use the Registration code to register this HDD & DVD
RECORDER with the DivX(R) Video On Demand format. For more
information, visit www.divx.com/vod
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DivX(R) Video OnAuto
Demand
Power Off
: Off
Timer Record
Anynet+ (HDMI
Your registration
codeCEC)
is: XXXXXXXX: On
Disc Manager
Registration
To learnDivX(R)
more visit
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Setup
OK
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Setting up the Audio Options
You can connect the HDD & DVD RECORDER to an external amp or Home theatre.
Allows you to setup the Audio device and sound status depending on the audio system in use.
You can also set NICAM mode.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Audio, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired audio option, then
press the OK or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
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Digital Output
~ PCM : Select this when your equipment does not decode Dolby
Digital (or MPEG-2) compatible.
~ Bit stream : Outputs Dolby Digital (or MPEG-2) audio as bit stream.
Select this when your AV receiver or AV amplifier has a Dolby Digital
(or MPEG-2) Decoder.
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Audio
Digital Output
DTS
: PCM
PCM
Bit stream: Off
\
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: On
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NICAM
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2 audio. LPCM sound track is always outputted as PCM. It has no
relation with Digital Output setting.
` Be sure to select the correct Digital Output or you will hear no sound or a loud noise.
DTS
~ Off : Doesn’t output DTS signal. Select this when your AV receiver (or
AV amplifier) does not have a DTS decoder.
~ On : Outputs DTS bit stream via digital output when you play DTS
track. Select this only when your AV receiver (or AV amplifier) has a
DTS decoder.
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Audio
Digital Output
DTS
DRC
Off
On
NICAM
: PCM
\
: Off
\
: On
\
: On
\
Setup
` When DTS soundtrack is played, sound does not output from AV Audio
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1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
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DRC
This is only active when a Dolby Digital signal is detected.
~ On : When Movie soundtracks are played at low volume or from
smaller speakers, the system can apply appropriate compression to
make low-level content more intelligible and prevent dramatic
passages from getting too loud.
~ Off : You can enjoy the movie with the standard Dynamic Range.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
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Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
\
DTS
: Off
\
: On
\
: On
\
DRC
NICAM
Off
On
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NICAM
NICAM programmes are divided into 3 types. NICAM Stereo, NICAM
Mono and Bilingual (transmission in another language). NICAM
programmes are always accompanied by a standard mono sound
broadcast and you can select the desired sound by setting NICAM on
or off.
~ On : NICAM mode
~ Off : Only set at this position to record the standard mono sound
during a NICAM broadcast if the stereo sound is distorted due to
inferior reception conditions.
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Timer Record
Disc Manager
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
\
DTS
: Off
\
DRC
: On
\
: On
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Setting up the Video Options
This function allows you to setup the video setting.
This function depends on disc type. It may not work for some disc types.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Video, then press the OK or ▶
button. Video setup menu will be displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired video option, then
press the OK or ▶ button.
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Setup
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
TV Aspect
You may want to adjust the screen setting Depending on the type of
television you have. (aspect ratio)
~ 4:3 Letter Box : Select when you want to see the total 16:9 ratio
screen DVD supplies, even though you have a TV with a 4:3 ratio
screen. Black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the screen.
~ 4:3 Pan-Scan : Select this for conventional size TV when you want to
see the central portion of the 16:9 screen. (Extreme left and right side
of movie picture will be cut off.)
~ 16:9 Wide : You can view the full 16:9 picture on your wide screen
TV.
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Setup
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4:3 Letter: 16:9
Box Wide
3D Noise Reduction4:3 Pan-Scan
: Off
16:9 Wide: Component
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3D Noise Reduction (motion adaptive noise reduction)
~ Off : Normal
~ On : Provides a clear picture through noise reduction (for recording).
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1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
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Video Output
You can enjoy high quality image through RGB or Component video
connections. RGB video output is available connecting scart jack(AV1)
and component video output is available connecting component(Y, PB,
PR) jack. Only one of these signals can be selected at one time.
~ Component
~ RGB
In Component mode, you can set video output to Progressive or
Interlace.
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When the HDMI cable (not supplied) is not connected, available video output jacks are as follow.
Available Video Output Jack
Output jack
Setting mode
Component mode
RGB Mode


R, G, B

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Composite




Component Output
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Component Output (Progressive Scan)
This function is available when video output is component. This setting
enables you to select progressive mode. To view ‘Progressive scan
mode’, first connect the component cable. (See page 26) Be sure the
Component cables are connected properly.
~ Progressive
The message “Do you want to maintain progressive mode? Reverting
in 10 seconds.” will be displayed. Select “Yes” to revert progressive
mode.
~ Interlace
The message “Do you want to maintain interlace mode? Reverting in
10 seconds.” will be displayed. Select “Yes” to revert interlace mode.
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TV Aspect
: 16:9 Wide
\
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
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Video Output
: Component
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BD Wise (Only Samsung products)
BD Wise is Samsung’s latest inter-connectivity feature.
When you connect Samsung products with BD-Wise to each other via
HDMI, the optimum resolution will be set automatically.
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~ On : The original resolution of the DVD disc will be output to the TV
directly.
~ Off : The output resolution will be fixed according to the Resolution
previously set, regardless of the resolution of the disc.
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Setup
Video
If you want to change the resolution in BD Wise, you must set BD Wise to Off in advance.
If you set off the BD Wise, the resolution of the connected TV will be adjusted to its maximum resolution automatically.
If the HDD & DVD Recorder is connected to a device that does not support BD Wise, you can not use BD Wise function.
For a proper operation of BD Wise, set each BD Wise menu of the player and the TV to On respectively.
HDMI Resolution
This setting is used when the unit is connected by HDMI with Display devices (TV, projector, etc).
~ BD Wise : Automatically selects the optimal resolution according to
the TV that supports BD Wise. (The BD Wise menu item
appears only if BD Wise is set to On.)
~ 576P : 720 x 576
~ 720P : 1280 x 720
~ 1080i : 1920 x 1080
~ 1080P : 1920 x 1080
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Output selection
~ Connect the HDD & DVD RECORDER to your TV via HDMI.
Set your TV’s input to HDMI.
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The BD Wise menu item appears only if BD Wise is set to On.
BD wise function is enabled only if BD Wise-compliant Samsung Products are connected with each other using the HDMI cable.
` Progressive scan automatically activates when HDMI is connected. (Please make sure HDMI is indicated on the front
panel of the HDD & DVD RECORDER.)
` Consult your TV User’s Manual to find out if your TV supports Progressive Scan.
If Progressive Scan is supported, follow the TV User’s Manual regarding Progressive Scan settings in the TV’s menu
system.
` This HDMI resolution menus support only TV resolutions which are possible come to become the display.
` The resolutions available for HDMI output depend on the connected TV or projector. For details, see the user’s
manual of your TV or projector.
` When the resolution is changed it may take a few seconds for a normal image to appear.
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Setting up the Parental Lock
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The Parental Lock function works in conjunction with DVDs that have been assigned a rating which helps you control the
types of DVDs that your family watches. There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Parental Lock, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
When you operate your HDD & DVD RECORDER for the first time,
the “Create the Password” message will be displayed.
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Audio
\
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. Enter the 4-digit password using the number buttons on the remote
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The “Confirm the password” message will be displayed. Enter your password again.
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1. Remove the disc.
. Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE (p) button on the front panel for 10 seconds or more.
Setting the Rating Level
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Setup
Parental Lock
Rating Level
: Off
Off
Change Password Level8 - Adults
Level7
Level6
Level5
Level4
Level3
Level2
\
\
▶
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the rating level you want, then
press the OK or ▶ button.
For example, if you select up to Level 6, discs that contain Level 7,
8 will not play. A larger number indicates that the programme is
intended for adult use only.
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1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Rating Level, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
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Changing the Password
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Change Password, then press
the OK or ▶ button.
. Enter the 4-digit password using the number buttons on the remote
control. The “Confirm the password” message will be displayed.
. Enter your password again using the number buttons on the remote
control.
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` After Rating Level has been set, you can change the password.
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HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
Parental Lock
Rating Level
: Level7
Change Password
\
\
Disc Manager
Setup
mMove
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
Setting up the Recording Options
Automatic Chapter Creator
CVKL
(V-mode)
A DVD-Video consists of ‘Titles’ and ‘Chapters’. When you record one programme, it makes one Title.
If you use this function, the Title will be divided into Chapters.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Recording, then press the OK or
▶ button.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
DVD-RW(V)
Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Chapter Creator, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Off or On, then press the OK or ▶
button.
~ Off : Select if you do not want use Automatic Chapter Creator.
~ On : S
elect this option to use the Automatic Chapter Creator feature.
Press the EXIT (
Recording
: Off
\
: 6 Hours
\
EZ Record
: Off
\
V-Mode Compatibility
: Off
\
Chapter Creator
EP Mode Time
Off
On
Setup
mMove
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
) button exit the menu.
. Press the REC button to start recording.
(See page 72 about how to set recording speed)
The message “Do you want to create the chapter menu after this recording?” is displayed.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select OK, then press the OK button.
~ A new chapter is created according to the selected recording mode. A chapter will be about 5 minutes
long in XP and SP, and about 15 minutes long in LP and EP mode.
. Press the STOP (
) button to stop recording.
. To display the created titles, finalise the disc (See page 98) and then press the TITLE MENU button.
The title menu will be displayed.
~ Finalising is generally unnecessary when using a DVD+RW disc.
. To display the created chapters, select the desired Title and then press the DISC MENU button.
The chapter menu for the selected Title will be displayed.
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` The Automatic Chapter Creator function does not work during Timer Recording or when you turn the power off.
EP Mode Time Setting
You can select one of four recording modes by pressing the REC
MODE button repeatedly.
In EP(Extended Play) mode, you can set recording time to 6 or 8 hours
with this setting.
~ 6 Hours
~ 8 Hours
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Recording
Chapter Creator
EP Mode Time
EZ Record
\
: Off
6 Hours : 6 Hours
8 Hours : Off
V-Mode Compatibility
: Off
\
\
\
Setup
mMove
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
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system setup
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Setup, then press the OK or ▶
button.
system setup
EZ Record
CVKL
(V-mode)
This function allows you to Initialise and Finalise a disc automatically.
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select EZ Record, then press the OK or
▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select On, then press the OK or ▶
button.
Press the EXIT ( ) button to exit the menu.
. Insert a disc.
If the disc is new, it will initialise automatically.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Recording
Chapter Creator
: Off
\
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
\
EZ Record
: Off
\
: Off
\
Off
On
V-Mode Compatibility
Setup
mMove
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
. Press the REC button.
. EZ Record function will automatically Finalise the disc under the following conditions.
~ When you press the OPEN/CLOSE button on your HDD & DVD RECORDER after recording on at least
70% of the disc. The tray will open after the disc has been finalised.
~ The above feature is available only when a DVD-RW(V), DVD+R or DVD-R disc is inserted.
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` If you insert a new DVD-RW disc, it will be formatted in V mode after auto initialising.
` If you insert a new DVD+RW disc, it will be formatted automatically.
` If you select off, you must initialise (See page 69) and finalise the disc manually in the Disc Manager menu.
(See page 98)
` The length of Recording is different according to recording mode. (See pages 49~50)
V-Mode Compatibility
This feature is about the setup for selecting audios when recording the
NICAM STEREO (Multi-audio) broadcasting on HDD. It does not directly
affect DVD recording of a programme.
~ Off : Both “Dual L” and “Dual R” of the multi-audio broadcasting are
recorded on HDD. Titles recorded on HDD under such setup status
cannot be copied to DVD-R or DVD-RW (V mode).
~ On : Either “Dual L” or “Dual R” of the multi-audio broadcasting is
recorded on HDD. Titles recorded on HDD under such setup status
can be copied to DVD-R or DVD-RW (V mode). “Dual L” and “Dual R”
options can be selected from “Audio Selection.”
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Setup
mMove
Chapter Creator
: Off
\
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
\
EZ Record
: Off
\
V-Mode Compatibility
Off
: Off
\
On
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
Disc Manager
Setup
mMove
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Recording
Recording
Chapter Creator
: Off
\
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
\
EZ Record
: Off
\
V-Mode Compatibility
: On
\
Audio Selection
: Dual L
\
sSelect
Dual L
Dual R
rReturn
eExit
playback
This section introduces basic functions of playback and playback by disc type.
Read the following information before playing a disc.
Region code (DVD-Video only)
2
ALL
Logos of Discs that can be played
STEREO CREATOR
Dolby Digital
Stereo
DTS
PAL broadcast system in U.K,
France, Germany, etc.
Digital Audio
DivX
MP3
Disc types that can be played
Disc Types
DVD-VIDEO
Disc Logo
content
Recorded
content
Disc Shape
Max. Playing Time
Single sided(12cm)
240 min.
VIDEO
Double sided(12cm)
480 min.
AUDIO
AUDIO-CD
AUDIO
JPEG
JPEG Image
MP3
MP3 Audio
DivX
DivX Movie
Single sided(8cm)
80 min.
Double sided(8cm)
160 min.
Single sided(12cm)
74 min.
Single sided(8cm)
20 min.
Single sided(12cm)
–
Single sided(8cm)
–
Single sided(12cm)
–
Single sided(8cm)
–
Single sided(12cm)
–
Single sided(8cm)
–
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Both the HDD & DVD RECORDER and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in
order for the disc to play. If the codes do not match, the disc will not play. The Region Number for this HDD
& DVD RECORDER is described on the rear panel of the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
playback
Disc Types
Disc Logo
content
Recorded
content
Disc Shape
Max. Playing Time
Single Layer(12cm)
2 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
(4.7GB)
4 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
1 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
DVD-RAM
6 or 8 hrs. (EP: Extended)
AUDIO
VIDEO
2 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
Dual Layer(12cm)
(9.4GB)
4 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
8 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
12 or 16 hrs. (EP: Extended)
1 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
DVD-RW
AUDIO
VIDEO
12cm (4.7GB)
2 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
4 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
6 or 8 hrs. (EP: Extended)
1 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
Single Layer(12cm)
(4.7GB)
DVD-R
2 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
4 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
6 or 8 hrs. (EP: Extended)
AUDIO
VIDEO
1 hr. 50 min (XP: Excellent Quality)
Dual Layer(12cm)
(8.5GB)
3 hrs. 40 min (SP: Standard Quality)
7 hrs. 20 min (LP: Long Playback)
11 or 14 hrs. 40 min (EP: Extended)
1 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
DVD+RW
AUDIO
VIDEO
12cm (4.7GB)
2 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
4 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
6 or 8 hrs. (EP: Extended)
1 hr. (XP: Excellent Quality)
Single Layer(12cm)
(4.7GB)
DVD+R
2 hrs. (SP: Standard Quality)
4 hrs. (LP: Long Playback)
6 or 8 hrs. (EP: Extended)
AUDIO
VIDEO
1 hr. 50 min (XP: Excellent Quality)
Dual Layer(12cm)
(8.5GB)
3 hrs. 40 min (SP: Standard Quality)
7 hrs. 20 min (LP: Long Playback)
11 or 14 hrs. 40 min (EP: Extended)
CD-R/-RW
DVD-RAM/-RW/-R
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JPEG
MP3
DivX
–
–
Discs that cannot be played
DVD-Video with a region number other than “2” or “ALL”
3.9 GB DVD-R Disc for Authoring.
DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode) not recorded following the Video Recording Standard
A DVD±R/DVD-RW(V) disc which has been recorded and not finalised in a different manufacturer’s
recorder.
~ DVD-ROM/PD/MV-Disc, etc
~ CVD/CD-ROM/CDV/CD-G/CD-I
~
~
~
~
` This HDD & DVD RECORDER can only operate with discs that are compatible with DVD-RAM Standard Version 2.0.
` Playback and/or recording may not work for some types of discs, or when specific operations, such as angle change
and aspect ratio adjustment, are being performed. Information about the discs is written in detail on the box. Please
refer to this if necessary.
` Do not allow the disc to become dirty or scratched, finger prints, dirt, dust, scratches or deposits of cigarette smoke
on the recording surface may make it impossible to use the disc for recording.
` DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs may not be able to play on some DVD players, depending on the player, disc and the
condition of the recording.
` Discs with NTSC programmes recorded on them cannot be played and recorded using this product.
Playing a Disc
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button.
. Place a disc gently into the tray with the disc’s label facing up.
. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
~ Your HDD & DVD RECORDER closes the disc tray and plays the disc automatically.
~ The HDD & DVD RECORDER does not play discs automatically after being powered on initially.
~ When the HDD & DVD RECORDER is powered on and a disc is in the tray, the unit will be activated and
wait in stop status.
~ Press the PLAY ( ) button to start playback.
~ If you want the unit to play automatically when it is powered on with a disc in the unit, power on with the
PLAY ( ) button.
. Press the STOP (
) button to stop playback.
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` When you stop playing back a disc, the HDD & DVD RECORDER remembers where you stopped, so when you press
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` Do not move your HDD & DVD RECORDER while playing, as this may cause damage to the disc.
PLAY ( ) button again, it will pick up where you left off. (Unless the disc is removed or the HDD & DVD RECORDER
is unplugged, or if you press the STOP ( ) button twice.)
` Make sure to press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open or close the disc tray.
` Do not push the disc tray while it is being opened or closed, as this may cause a product malfunction.
` Do not place foreign materials on or in the disc tray.
` Some functions may perform differently or be disabled depending on the disc type.
If this occurs, refer to the instructions written on the disc case.
` Be especially careful that children’s fingers are not caught between the disc tray and the tray chassis when it closes.
` You must only insert one DVD disc at a time. Inserting two or more discs will not allow playback and may cause
damage to the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
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playback
Using the Disc Menu & Title Menu
Some type of discs contain a dedicated menu system that allows you to select special functions for title, chapter,
audio track, subtitle, film preview, information on characters, etc.
For DVD-VIDEO Disc
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~ Disc Menu : Press the DISC MENU button to enter the disc menu of the disc.
~ Move to the setup menu related to playback operation.
~ You can select audio language and subtitle etc. provided by the disc.
~ Title Menu : Press the TITLE MENU button to move to the title menu of the disc.
~ Press this button if the disc contains more than one title. Some discs may not support the title menu
functionality.
For HDD/DVD-RAM/±RW/±R Disc
SXCVKL
~ Title List
Press the TITLE LIST button. Title List is a list of previously recorded programmes. If a title is deleted, that
title cannot be played again.
~ Play List (HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW(VR))
Press the PLAY LIST button. This refers to a list of user-selected titles. When one playlist is played, only the
scene selected by the user will play and then stop. Since only the information necessary for playing a
desired scene is included in a playlist, even if that playlist is deleted, the original recording will not be
deleted. (only VR mode)
Using the playback related buttons
Searching through a Chapter or Track
SZXCVBKL
During play, press the SEARCH (
HDD/DVD-VIDEO/
DVD-RAM/±RW/±R
) buttons on the remote control.
)X2)X4)X8
) X 16  ) X 32  ) X 128
DivX
)X2)X4)X8
AUDIO CD (CD-DA)
)X2)X4)X8
~ You can scan the programme in reverse.
~ When you press and hold the SEARCH (
) buttons, playback is done at the default speed of X 4.
If you release the SEARCH (
) buttons , playback is performed at a normal speed.
~ To return to normal speed playback, press the PLAY ( ) button.
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` You can hear sound during forward search(X 2) in HDD/DVD-VIDEO/DVD-RAM/±RW/±R disc.
(No sound is heard during Scan(Search) mode in DivX disc.)
` The speed marked in this function may be different from the actual playback speed.
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Skipping Chapters, Titles or Markers
SZXCVBKL
During play, press the SKIP (
) buttons on the remote control.
Slow Motion Play
SZXCVKLD
In pause mode, press the SEARCH (
) buttons on the remote control.
~ If you press the SEARCH ( ) button,
* 1/2  * 1/4  * 1/8
~ If you press the SEARCH ( ) button,
& 1/2  & 1/4  & 1/8
~ To return to normal speed playback, press the PLAY (
) button.
Press and hold the SEARCH (
) buttons during pause, the disc will play slowly at 1/4 speed.
If the button is released, the pause operation will resume.
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` The speed marked in this function may be different from the actual playback speed.
` Slow motion operates only in the forward direction on DivX discs.
Step Motion Play
SZXCVKLD
Press the SKIP( , ) buttons on the remote control in the pause mode.
~ Each time the button is pressed, a new frame will appear.
When the SKIP( ) button is pressed, the previous frame will be activated.
When the SKIP( ) button is pressed, the next frame will be activated.
~ To return to normal speed playback, press the PLAY ( ) button.
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` Step motion operates only in the forward direction on DivX discs.
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~ If you press the SKIP ( ) button,
it moves to the beginning of the chapter or Title or marker (HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode)).
Pressing the button once again within 3 seconds returns to the beginning of the previous chapter or Title or
marker (HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode)).
~ If you press the SKIP ( ) button,
it moves to the next chapter or track or marker (HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode)).
playback
Using the INFO button
The INFO function allows you to easily search for a desired scene by accessing title, chapter, or time.
You can also change the subtitle and audio settings and set some features including Angle, Repeat, and Zoom.
Moving to a scene directly using the INFO
SZXCVKLD
If you want to move to a certain title, chapter or time, use this function.
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Search, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Title, Chapter or Time.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons or number buttons to select the desired
scene, then press the OK button.
In case of searching a time, enter the time in the sequence of hours,
minutes, and seconds using the number buttons.
Then press the OK button.
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` This may not work for some discs.
When an audio CD(CD-DA) or an MP3/JPEG disc is inserted, depending
on the disc type, the information display may not appear.
DVD-VIDEO
� Search
O Subtitle
Q Audio
� Angle
P Repeat
� Zoom
>MOVE
Search
� Title
� Chapter
� Time
<Change
Info
\
Off
ENG 2 D 5.1 CH
1/1
Off
Off
sSelect
\
Info
1/3
1/40
00:00:37
sSelect
` The Time Search function does not operate on some discs.
` To make the screen disappear, press the RETURN button.
Selecting the Subtitle Language
ZD
Selects one of the subtitle languages recorded on the disc.
You can also operate this function by pressing the SUBTITLE button on the remote control.
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Subtitle.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select the desired subtitle language.
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` The subtitle display may be different depending on the disc type.
` Some discs allow you to select the language from the disc menu only.
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Selecting the Soundtracks & Audio Channels
SZXCKLD
Selects one of the soundtracks recorded on the disc. Also selects the audio channels from recorded TV
programmes.
You can also operate this function by pressing the AUDIO button on the remote control.
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Audio.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select the desired soundtracks or audio channel.
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` Soundtracks or Audio channel may be different because they are disc-specific.
` Some discs allow you to select the audio language from the disc menu only.
Changing the Camera Angle
Z
When a DVD VIDEO contains multiple angles of a particular scene, you can select the Angle function.
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Angle.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select the desired angle.
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` This function is disc-dependent, and may not work on all DVDs.
` This function does not work when a DVD has not been recorded with a multi-camera angle system.
` Displays the current angle and the total angle number.
Repeat Play
Playing Repeatedly (Repeat Playback)
SZXCVKLD
You can also operate this function by pressing the REPEAT button on the remote control.
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Repeat.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Off, A-B or Title or Chapter you want to play repeatedly, then press the
OK button.
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` HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode), unfinalised DVD±R and unfinalised DVD-RW (V mode) discs will do not repeat a
chapter.
` You can also activate Normal Playback by pressing the EXIT (
) button.
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Repeat A-B
SZXCVKL
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
Repeat
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Repeat.
A-B >
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select A-B, then press the OK button.
. Press the OK button at the point where you want the repeat play to
start (A) and press it again at the point where you want the repeat
play to stop (B). Repeat playback of the A-B section starts.
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>change
sSelect
` If you set point (B) before five seconds of playback has lapsed, the prohibition mark ( ) will appear.
` You can also activate Normal Playback by pressing the EXIT (
) button.
` Audio CDs(CD-DA), MP3 discs and DivX discs do not support the Repeat A-B function.
Zooming-In
SZXCVKL
1. Press the INFO button during playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Zoom, then press the OK or ▶
button. ( ) will be displayed.
. Press ▲▼◀▶ buttons to move to the area you want to enlarge.
. Press the OK button.
The screen will be enlarged to twice the normal size. Pressing the
OK button again to enlarge the screen size to four times the normal
size.
HDD/DVD-VIDEO/DVD-RAM/±RW/±R
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normal size → X2 → X4 → X2 → normal size
` When the recording is done in EP mode, the zoom function is not supported except when the recording has been in
V mode.
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Using Markers
SXC
(VR mode)
Set marks at scenes you want to see again so that you can start playback from the marked position.
Setting Markers
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
Marker
01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
N:2
. Press the ▶ button to move to the next position.
. Press the OK button again when the desired scene appears.
~ The number 02 is displayed and the scene is memorized.
<Move
sPlay
rReturn
Cancel
~ HDD, DVD-RAM or DVD-RW (VR Mode) discs have the Marker
function instead of the Bookmark function. Since the scenes may
be displayed as many different pages, numbering is necessary.
If a disc in use is encoded with Disc Protection, Markers cannot be set or deleted, only playback is
available.
Playing back a marker
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select a marked scene.
. Press the OK or PLAY ( ) button to start playing from the selected scene.
~ If you press the SKIP ( ) button, it moves to the beginning of the marker. Pressing the button once
again within 3 seconds returns to the beginning of the previous marker.
~ If you press the SKIP ( ) button, it moves to the next marker.
Clearing a marker
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select a marked scene.
. Press the RED(A) button to delete the selected mark.
~ When a marker is cleared while HDD/DVD-RAM/-RW (VR mode) is playing, marker numbers will
change. For example, if the 7th marker is cleared after ten markers are registered, the marker numbers
after the eighth will automatically move back by one and the 8th marker becomes the 7th.
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. Press the OK button when the desired scene appears.
~ The number 01 is displayed and the scene is memorized.
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Using the Bookmarks
ZCVKL
(V mode)
Setting Bookmarks
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
Bookmark
. Press the OK button when the desired scene appears.
~ The number 1 is displayed and the scene is memorized.
1
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
- --
. Press the ▶ button to move to the next position.
. Press the OK button again when the desired scene appears.
The number 2 is displayed and the scene is memorized.
~ Repeat above to bookmark other positions.
~ You can bookmark up to 10 scenes.
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<Move
` When the disc tray is opened and then closed, bookmarks will disappear.
Playing back a bookmark
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select a bookmarked scene.
. Press the OK or PLAY (
) button to start playing from the selected scene.
Clearing a bookmark
1. Press the MARKER button during playback.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select a bookmarked scene.
. Press the RED(A) button to delete the selected bookmark.
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sPlay
Cancel
rReturn
Playing an Audio CD/MP3
Buttons on the Remote Control used for Audio CD(CD-DA)/MP3 playback
2
3
2
5
5 9
6
10
11
7
8
REPEAT
1
SKIP (
page.
) button : Moves to the previous or next
2
Press the SEARCH (
) buttons : Fast Play
(X 2, X 4, X 8) (Audio CD only)
3
STOP (
4
PAUSE (
5
PLAY (
6
▲▼ : Selects a track (song).
7
RED(A) button :
• Creates a playlist or go to playlist.
• Select All : MP3, CD-DA
• Copy : MP3
• CD Import : Audio CD
8
GREEN(B) button : Selects the sort order.
(MP3 disc only)
9
OK button : Plays the selected track (song).
) button : Stops a track(song).
) button : Pauses playback.
), OK button : Plays a track (song).
10 YELLOW(C) button : Selects the play mode. (REPEAT)
11 BLUE(D) button : Selects a contents. (MP3 disc only)
Playing an Audio CD(CD-DA)
1. Insert an audio CD (CD-DA) into the disc tray.
~ The audio CD menu appears and the tracks (songs) are played automatically.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the track (song) you want to hear, and then press the OK button.
Audio CD(CD-DA) Screen Elements
➀
CD
Q TRACK01
➁
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Q TRACK01
Length
4:19
002 TRACK02
3:57
003 TRACK03
3:57
( @ ▶ # )0 0:02:22
004 TRACK04
4:03
� TRACK01
005 TRACK05
4:09
006 TRACK06
5:08
007 TRACK07
3:31
➂
➃
Edit
[/] Previous/Next Page
Play Mode
a Check
➄
➅
Current track (song) : Displays the number of the track
currently being played.
Displays available buttons and a playback time
corresponding to a portion that is currently played.
Displays the current file type and file name.
Display available buttons.
Displays the current play index, total track number.
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Displays the track list (song list).
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1
4
1
PAUSE
playback
Playing an MP3 Disc
1. Insert an MP3 disc into the disc tray.
~ The menu is displayed
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Library, then press the OK or + button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Music, then press the OK or + button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the track you want to hear, and then press the OK button.
MP3 Screen Elements
➀
CD
Q Song 1.mp3
Music List
1/9
No.
Title
Y ROOT
➁
➂
➃
@▶#
0 0:02:22
9 Song 1.mp3
E ROOT
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Sort
[/] Previous/Next Page
Q Song 1.mp3
3.8 MB
002 Song 2.mp3
3.8 MB
003 Song 3.mp3
5.1 MB
004 Song 4.mp3
9.2 MB
005 Song 5.mp3
5.2 MB
006 Song 6.mp3
10.3 MB
Play Mode
a Check
➄
Size
Contents
eExit
➅
Current track (song) : Displays the name of the track
being played.
Displays available buttons and a playback time
corresponding to a portion that is currently played.
Displays the current file type, file name and folder name.
Displays available buttons.
Displays the current play index, total track number.
Displays the track list (song list).
Repeat CD (CD-DA) & MP3
You can also operate this function by pressing the REPEAT button on the remote control.
During playback, press the REPEAT button repeatedly to select the repeat mode you want.
1. Press the YELLOW(C) button during the Music List playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select desired play mode, then press the
OK or + button.
~ Normal (CD (CD-DA)/MP3) : Tracks on a disc are played in the
order in which they were recorded on the disc.
~
Repeat Track (CD (CD-DA)/MP3)
~
Repeat Folder (MP3)
~
Repeat All (CD (CD-DA)/MP3)
~
Random (CD (CD-DA)/MP3) : The random option plays a
disc’s tracks in random order.
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CD
Q TRACK01
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Q TRACK01
Length
4:19
002 TRACK02
3:57
003 TRACK03
3:57
( @ ▶ # )0 0:02:22
004 TRACK04
Normal
4:03
� TRACK01
005 TRACK05
Repeat Track
4:09
006 TRACK06
Repeat All
5:08
007 TRACK07
Random
3:31
Edit
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Play Mode
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CD Import
o
1. Press the RED(A) button during the Music List playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select CD Import, then press the OK or
+ button.
002 TRACK02
3:57
003 TRACK03
3:57
004 TRACK04
4:03
TRACK01
New�
Playlist
Go To Playlist
Select All
005 TRACK05
4:09
006 TRACK06
5:08
007 TRACK07
3:31
Play Mode
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CD
Selected Items:
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CD Import
Available:
Source : DVD
To : HDD
E HDD
001 TRACK01
002 TRACK02
. Press the RED(A) button to select Start Copy.
The message “Number of file : x” is displayed.
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Length
4:19
( @ ▶ # )0 0:02:22
CD Import
Edit
. Press the ▶▲▼ buttons to select the target media,then press the
OK button.
~ You can create a new folder by pressing the GREEN(B) button.
. Press the ◄▶ buttons to select Start, then press the OK button.
File copy begins.
~ To cancel the copying in progress, press the EXIT ( ) button.
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Q TRACK01
� CDDA
� 3.84MB
003 TRACK03
004 TRACK04
005 TRACK05
006 TRACK06
Start Copy
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CD
Selected Items: 9.68MB (2)
` The format of a mp3 file after imported is as follows:
� 3.84MB
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To : HDD
Free space 001
: 236623
MB
TRACK01
Number of file
1/2
002 : TRACK02
File Name :003
Song
1.CDA
TRACK03
� CDDA
Unselect All
CD Import
Available: 236724MB
Source
: DVD
Copying...
Bitrate 128kbps
Channel 2(stereo)
Sampling Rate 44KHz
Select All
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004 TRACK04
33%
005 TRACK05
006 TRACK06
` DTS CDDA and copy protected discs can not be imported.
Start Copy
New Folder
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New Playlist
oA
You can register a maximum 30 tracks in the playlist.
CD
1. Press the RED(A) button during the Music List playback.
No.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select New Playlist, then press the OK or
+ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select tracks in the order in which you
want them to play, then press the OK button.
~ If you playlisted a wrong track, press the +▲▼ buttons to select
the wrong track, then press the OK button.
. To store the Playlist, press the RED(A) button.
A new Playlist will be created.
Make Playlist
Title
No.
Playlist
001 TRACK01
001 TRACK10
002 TRACK02
002 TRACK08
003 TRACK03
003 TRACK04
004 TRACK04
004 TRACK07
005 TRACK05
006 TRACK06
007 TRACK07
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mMove
Music List
sAdd
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CD
Playlist
�
�
No.
Title
Length
Y PLAYLIST
E PLAYLIST01
( @ ▶ # )0 0:00:00
Y PLAYLIST
mMove
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playback
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select file you want to copy, then press
the MARKER button until a checkmark appears.
~ If you don’t want to copy a certain one of the checked entries,
simply select that entry and press MARKER button to deselect it
until a checkmark disappears.
CD
Q TRACK01
playback
Go To Playlist
oA
1. Press the RED(A) button during the Music List playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Go To Playlist, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
CD
Playlist
�
�
No.
Title
Length
Y PLAYLIST
E PLAYLIST01
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired playlist folder, then
press the OK button.
The selected tracks are played automatically.
( @ ▶ # )0 0:02:22
Y PLAYLIST
mMove
sSelect
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Delete the Playlist
oA
1. Press the RED(A) button during the Music List playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Go To Playlist, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Playlist you want to delete.
. Press the RED(A) button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
The selected Playlist is deleted.
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CD
�
Playlist
1/2
�
No.
Title
Y
Length
PLAYLIST
E to
PLAYLIST01
Do you want
delete?
E PLAYLIST02
( @ ▶ # )0 0:00:00
� PLAYLIST01
Delete
<Move
Yes
Edit Playlist
sSelect
No
New Playlist
Music List
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` When the player turns off or opens a file /disconnects, any playlists in the disc or USB memory will be deleted.
Go To Edit Playlist
oA
1. Press the RED(A) button during the Music List playback.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Go To Playlist, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Playlist you want to edit.
CD
No.
001 TRACK10
002 TRACK02
002 TRACK04
003 TRACK03
003 TRACK06
004 TRACK04
004 TRACK07
. Press the GREEN(B) button in playlist mode.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select tracks in the order in which you
want them to play, then press the OK button.
~ If you playlisted a wrong track, press the ▶▲▼ buttons to select
the wrong track, then press the OK button.
007 TRACK07
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No.
001 TRACK01
005 TRACK05
. To store the Playlist, press the RED(A) button.
Playlist will be edited.
Edit Playlist
Title
Playlist
006 TRACK06
Save
mMove
Music List
sAdd
rReturn
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Go To Music List
oA
1. Press the BLUE(D) button during the Playlist playback.
The Music List will be displayed.
CD
Q TRACK04
Playlist
1/4
�
No.
Title
Length
Y
PLAYLIST01
R
TRACK04
4:03
002
TRACK02
3:57
( @ ▶ # )0 0:02:22
003
TRACK06
5:08
I TRACK04
� PLAYLIST01
004
TRACK01
4:19
Edit Playlist
New Playlist
Music List
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Using the Sort
A
When you need to change the Sort order of Music List, you can change
it simply.
1. While the list menu is displayed, press the GREEN(B) button to
select Sort.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
~ Name : In alphabetical order
~ Size : In order of audio file size.
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CD
Q Song 10.mp3
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Size
Y ROOT
Q Song 10.mp3
@▶#
0 0:02:22
9 Song 10.mp3
E ROOT
Name
5.8MB
003 Song 2.mp3
5.1MB
004 Song 3.mp3
Size
Edit
3.8MB
002 Song 1.mp3
9.2MB
005 Song 4.mp3
5.2MB
006 Song 5.mp3
10.3MB
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Play Mode
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Contents
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` Audio CD(CD-DA) is not available.
` You can sort by Name, Length. Sorted list will be resorted in copied order upon re-entering Music List.
Select Contents
A
1. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Contents.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the contents you want to move,
then Press the OK or ▶ button.
CD
Q Song 10.mp3
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Size
Y ROOT
Q Song 10.mp3
3.8MB
002 Song 1.mp3
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` This function is possible only when the disc contains the selected
contents.
` Audio CD(CD-DA) is not available.
@▶#
0 0:02:22
003 Song 2.mp3
9 Song 10.mp3
E ROOT
004 Song 3.mp3
005 Song 4.mp3
006 Song 5.mp3
Edit
Sort
5.8MB
Title 5.1MB
DivX 9.2MB
Music 5.2MB
10.3MB
Photo(With
Music)
Play Mode
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Contents
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Music/Photo Simultaneous Playback
A
You can listen to the music while watching the photo.
1. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Contents.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Photo(With Music), then
Press the OK or ▶ button.
The photo List will be displayed. (See page 64)
CD
Q Song 10.mp3
Music List
1/10
No.
Title
Y ROOT
Q Song 10.mp3
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music files and photo file.
3.8MB
002 Song 1.mp3
@▶#
0 0:02:22
9 Song 10.mp3
E ROOT
003 Song 2.mp3
004 Song 3.mp3
005 Song 4.mp3
006 Song 5.mp3
` To operate this function, you have to select the disc containing both
Size
Edit
Sort
[/] Previous/Next Page
5.8MB
Title 5.1MB
DivX 9.2MB
Music 5.2MB
10.3MB
Photo(With
Music)
Play Mode
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Contents
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playback
playback
Viewing a Picture
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1. Insert a JPEG disc into the disc tray.
~ The menu is displayed
CD
Image 1.jpg
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Library, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Photo, then press the OK or ▶
button.
~ To see the next 8 pictures, press the SKIP ( ) button.
~ To see the previous 8 pictures, press the SKIP( ) button.
Photo List
1/17
ROOT
Image 1.jpg
Image 10.jpg
Image 11.jpg
Image 13.jpg
Image 14.jpg
Image 15.jpg
Image 16.jpg
Edit
Sort
[/] Previous/Next Page
Slideshow
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Contents
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. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select a desired picture, then press the OK button.
Slide Show
To setup, follow steps 1 and 4 above.
Image 1.jpg
. Press the PLAY ( ) button.
~ Once in the Photo List, you can also operate slideshow in by
pressing the YELLOW(C) button.
1/17
. Press the RED(A) button to select Speed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the slideshow speed, then press
the OK or + button.
The slideshow starts and plays at the selected speed.
~ You can go to Photo List by pressing YELLOW(C) button.
Rotate
>Photo
▶ SlideShow
Zoom
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Image 1.jpg
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❖ To stop the Slide Show
Press the GREEN(B), STOP (
) or RETURN button.
Fast
Normal
Slow
Speed
>Photo
Slide Show Off
▶ Slideshow
Photo List
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Rotate
To setup, follow steps 1 and 4 above.
5-1. Press the GREEN(B) button to select Rotate.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the rotate angle, then press the
OK or + button.
~ Once you select a rotate angle, you can change it by pressing the
RED(A) button.
~ You can go to Photo List by pressing YELLOW(C) button.
Image 1.jpg
>Photo
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Off
Rotate 90
Rotate 180
Rotate 270
Rotate
Zoom
▶ Slideshow
rReturn
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❖ To stop the Rotate
Press the GREEN(B), STOP (
) or RETURN button.
Rotate
Rotate Off
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Photo List
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Zoom
To setup, follow steps 1 to 4 in page 64.
5-1. Press the YELLOW(C) button to select Zoom.
. Each time the OK button is pressed, the picture is enlarged up to
4x (four times the normal size).
➞ X2 ➞ X4 ➞ X2 ➞ Normal
~ You can go to Photo List by pressing YELLOW(C) button.
playback
❖ To stop the Zoom
Press the GREEN(B), STOP (
) or RETURN button.
Go To Photo List
To setup, follow steps 1 to 4 in page 64.
5-1. Press the RETURN button to go to Photo List.
Using the Sort
When you need to change the Sort order of Photo List, you can
change it simply.
1. While the list menu is displayed, press the GREEN(B) button to
select Sort.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
~ Name : In alphabetical order
~ Size : In order of photo file size.
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CD
Image 1.jpg
Photo List
1/17
ROOT
Image 1.jpg
Image 10.jpg
Image 11.jpg
Image 13.jpg
Name
Image 14.jpg
Size
Image 15.jpg
Image 16.jpg
Edit
Sort
[/] Previous/Next Page
Slideshow
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Contents
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` You can sort by Name and Size. Sorted list will be resorted in copied order upon re-entering Photo List.
Select Contents
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 in page 64.
1. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Contents.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the contents you want to move,
then Press the OK or ▶ button.
CD
Image 1.jpg
ROOT
Image 13.jpg
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` This function is possible only when the disc contains the selected
Edit
Photo List
1/17
Image 1.jpg
Image 14.jpg
Sort
[/] Previous/Next Page
Image 10.jpg
Image 11.jpg
Image 15.jpg
Title
DivX
Music
Image 16.jpg
Photo
Slideshow
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Contents
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playback
Playing a DivX
N Using the MENU button
1. Insert a DivX disc into the disc tray.
~ The menu is displayed
CD
Movie_01.avi
DivX List
1/1
No.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Library, then press the OK or ▶
button.
Size
Y ROOT
001 Movie_01.avi
162.8MB
3 DivX
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select DivX, then press the OK or ▶
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the avi file (DivX), then press the
OK or PLAY ( ) button.
Title
E ROOT
Edit
Sort
Subtitle Enc.
Contents
a Check
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. When DivX file is played, you can use following functions. Pressing the STOP ( ) button once during
playback will display the file list, pressing the button again will exit the menu screen.
DivX Function Description
Function
Skip Scene
Search
Slow Motion Play
Description
During play, press the SKIP (
) buttons,
it moves forward or backward 5 minutes.
During play, press the SEARCH (
(X 2, X 4, X 8)
In pause mode(
(1/2, 1/4, 1/8)
) buttons and press again to search at a faster speed.
), press the SEARCH (
) button on the remote control.
Reverse Slow Motion Play is not available.
Step Motion Play
M
In pause mode(
), press the SKIP (
) button on the remote control in the still mode.
Reverse Step Motion Play is not available.
` Some DivX files created on a personal computer may not be play back. That is why Codec Type, Version and Higher
resolution over specification are not supported.
DivX Subtitle Encoding
1. Press the YELLOW(C) button in the file list.
CD
Movie_01.avi
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select a supported DivX subtitle language
by region, then press the OK button.
DivX List
1/1
No.
Size
Y ROOT
001 Movie_01.avi
3 DivX
E ROOT
Edit
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Title
Sort
Western(Windows)
Central(Windows)
Greek(Windows)
Cyrillic(Windows)
Subtitle Enc.
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162.8MB
Contents
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Western
Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Faeroese, Finnish, French, German,
Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish
Central
English, Albanian, Croatian, Czech, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian(Latin), Slovak,
Slovenian
Greek
English, Greek
Cyrillic
English, Azeri, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kazakh, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Tatar, Ukrainian,
Uzbek
` If the subtitle language is displayed in broken fonts, change DivX Subtitle to the appropriate region. If is still does not
work, the format is not supported.
Using the Sort
When you need to change the Sort order of DivX List, you can change
it simply.
CD
Movie_01.avi
1. While the list menu is displayed, press the GREEN(B) button to
select Sort.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
~ Name : In alphabetical order
~ Size : In order of DivX file size.
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DivX List
1/3
No.
Title
Size
Y ROOT
3 DivX
001 Movie_01.avi
162.8MB
002 Movie_02.avi
238.2MB
003 Movie_03.avi
118.4MB
E ROOT
Name
Size
Edit
Sort
Subtitle Enc.
Contents
a Check
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` You can sort by Name, Size. Sorted list will be resorted in copied order upon re-entering DivX List.
Select Contents
1. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Contents.
CD
Movie_01.avi
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the contents you want to move,
then Press the OK or ▶ button.
DivX List
1/1
No.
Title
Y ROOT
001 Movie_01.avi
E ROOT
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162.8MB
Title
DivX
Music
Photo
3 DivX
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Size
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Subtitle Enc.
Contents
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` This function is possible only when the disc contains the selected contents.
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recording
This section shows various HDD & DVD Recording methods.
This unit can record on various types of discs. Before recording, read the following
instructions and select the disc type according to your preference.
Recordable Discs
This HDD & DVD RECORDER can record on the following discs.
HDD
DVD-RAM
DVD-RW
DVD-R
DVD+RW
DVD+R
~ DVD-RAMs and DVD±RWs are rewritable.
~ DVD±Rs are non-rewritable.
Compatibility between Samsung and Other Company’s Recorder
Disc Types
Recording
format
DVD-RAM
VR Mode
Recording Device
Finalising
Additional Recording in
Samsung Recorder
Samsung
X
Recordable
Other Company
X
Recordable
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Recordable
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Recordable
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Recordable
Samsung
VR Mode
Other Company
DVD-RW
Samsung
V Mode
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Not recordable
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Recordable
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Not recordable
Samsung
X
Not recordable in some cases
Other Company
X
Not recordable in some cases
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Not recordable in some cases
finalised
Not recordable
not finalised
Not recordable in some cases
Other Company
Samsung
DVD-R
V Mode
Other Company
DVD+RW
–
Samsung
DVD+R
–
Other Company
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` Finalise
- This closes the DVD-RW/±R so no additional recording can be done.
` Unfinalise
- This allows additional recording on a DVD-RW disc originally recorded on the HDD & DVD RECORDER.
- A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded by DAO(Disc At Once) in a PC cannot be unfinalised.
- A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded in Video Mode of a different maker’s recorder cannot be unfinalised.
- A DVD±R disc cannot be unfinalised.
When you insert an unused disc, the following message appears. Since available functions differ depending on the
disc type, select a disc that best fits your preferences.
DVD-RAM/+R : Formatting will be started automatically.
DVD+RW : Use after formatting the disc.
DVD-RW : Use after initializing the disc.
If you want to change the VR or V mode, refer to Formatting a Disc on page 98.
DVD-R : Formatting disc is unnecessary and only V Mode Recording is supported.
DVD-RAM/-RW(VR mode)
~ This mode allows multiple editing functions (such as deletion of the whole title, partial deletion of a title, etc.).
~ Various editing options using a created Playlist.
DVD-RW(V mode)/-R
~ Chapters will be created automatically when you finalise recording on DVD-RW/-R discs in V mode.
The chapter’s length (interval between chapters) varies according to the recording mode.
~ Simple editing (erasing titles/changing title name).
DVD+RW
~ With DVD+RW discs, there is no difference between DVD-Video format(Video mode) or DVD-Video
Recording format(VR mode).
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recording
Recording Formats
recording
Recording Mode
Select one of four recording modes by pressing the REC MODE button repeatedly while the unit is in Stop mode
for the desired recording time and picture quality. In general, picture quality improves as the recording time
decreases. In FR mode, the most suitable record mode is adjusted automatically, according to remaining time on
the disc and length of the timer recording. This function is selected only one mode in XP, SP, LP and EP modes and
you can use this mode for timer recording.
~ DVD-HR773
Recording Mode
Recording Times
HDD (160GB)
DVD-RAM/±RW/±R
XP
(high quality mode)
Approx. 33 hours
Approx. 1 hour about 8.5 Mbps
SP
(standard quality mode)
Approx. 67 hours
Approx. 2 hours about 4.5 Mbps
LP
(long recording mode)
Approx. 133 hours
Approx. 4 hours about 2 Mbps
Approx. 199 hours
Approx. 6 hours/ about 1.6 Mbps
Approx. 264 hours
Approx. 8 hours/ about 1.2 Mbps
Approx. 33 hours ~ 264 hours
Approx. 1~8 hours
EP
(extended mode)
FR
(Flexible Recording)
~ DVD-HR775
Recording Mode
Recording Times
HDD (250GB)
DVD-RAM/±RW/±R
XP
(high quality mode)
Approx. 53 hours
Approx. 1 hour about 8.5 Mbps
SP
(standard quality mode)
Approx. 106 hours
Approx. 2 hours about 4.5 Mbps
LP
(long recording mode)
Approx. 211 hours
Approx. 4 hours about 2 Mbps
Approx. 316 hours
Approx. 6 hours/ about 1.6 Mbps
Approx. 421 hours
Approx. 8 hours/ about 1.2 Mbps
Approx. 53 hours ~ 421 hours
Approx. 1~8 hours
EP
(extended mode)
FR
(Flexible Recording)
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~ DVD-HR777
Recording Times
Recording Mode
XP
(high quality mode)
SP
(standard quality mode)
LP
(long recording mode)
FR
(Flexible Recording)
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DVD-RAM/±RW/±R
Approx. 68 hours
Approx. 1 hour about 8.5 Mbps
Approx. 135 hours
Approx. 2 hours about 4.5 Mbps
Approx. 270 hours
Approx. 4 hours about 2 Mbps
Approx. 405 hours
Approx. 6 hours/ about 1.6 Mbps
Approx. 534 hours
Approx. 8 hours/ about 1.2 Mbps
Approx. 68 hours ~ 534 hours
Approx. 1~8 hours
` Recording time may vary according to specific conditions.
` 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes; actual formatted capacity may be less as the internal firmware uses a portion of the
memory.
` The dual layer DVD±Rs have approximately double the capacity of single layer DVD±Rs. (See page 50)
Unrecordable pictures
Video with copy protection cannot be recorded on this HDD & DVD RECORDER.
When the HDD & DVD RECORDER receives a copy- guard signal while recording, recording stops and the following
message appears on the screen.
Concerning Copy Control Signals
TV broadcasts that contain copy control signals may have one of the following three signal types, Copy-Free,
Copy-Once and Copy-Never. If you want to record a copy-once type programme, use DVD-RW with CPRM
in VR Mode, DVD-RAM, HDD.
Signal type
Copy-Free
Copy-Once
Copy-Never
O
–
–
VR mode
O
O*
–
V mode
DVD-R
DVD-RAM (Ver.2.0)
DVD+RW
DVD+R
HDD
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*
–
–
O*
–
–
–
–
–
–
Media
DVD-RW (Ver.1.1)
DVD-RW(Ver.1.1)
with CPRM
Once “Copy Once” has been recorded, recording cannot be done anymore.
❖ Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
CPRM is a mechanism that ties a recording to the media on which it is recorded. It is supported by some
HDD & DVD RECORDERs, but not by many DVD players. Each blank recordable DVD has a unique 64-bit
media ID etched in the BCA. When protected content is recorded onto the disc, it can be encrypted with a
56-bit C2 (Cryptomeria) cipher derived from the media ID.
During playback, the ID is read from the BCA and used to generate a key to decrypt the contents of the disc.
If the contents of the disc are copied to other media, the ID will be absent or wrong and the data will not be
decryptable.
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recording
EP
(extended mode)
HDD (320GB)
recording
Recording immediately
Before you start
SXCVKL
1. Check that the disc has enough available space for the recording.
. Press the HDD or DVD button.
If you select DVD, Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a recordable disc on the disc tray.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel display.
Recording the current TV programme you are watching
1. Press the PROG (
) or number buttons to select the current
programme you want to record.
Record Mode
SP(35:12)
. Press the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or press the REC MODE
button and then press the ▲▼ buttons) to select the recording
speed(quality).
➞ SP ➞ LP ➞ EP ➞ XP
. Press the REC button.
Information concerning the channel is displayed on the screen, then
recording begins.
Icon(!REC) is displayed on the front panel.
HDD
! Recording:
PR 1 [SP]
Recording from external equipment you are watching
1. Press the INPUT SEL. button to select the input source according to the connection you made.
The front panel display changes in the following sequence:
➞ PR Number ➞ AV1 ➞ AV2 ➞ AV3 ➞ DV
If you connect a digital camcorder, press the INPUT SEL. button to select DV. (See page 73)
. Press the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or press the REC MODE button, then press the ▲▼ buttons)
to select the recording speed (quality).
. Press the REC button.
Information concerning the external input mode is displayed on the screen, then recording begins.
Icon(!REC) is displayed on the front panel.
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To pause recording
~
~
~
~
Press the REC PAUSE button to pause a recording in progress.
Press the REC PAUSE button again during pause to resume recording.
You can switch channels by pressing the PROG (
) buttons while recording pauses.
If you select DV mode during rec pause, recording will be stopped.
If you change the input source during rec pause in DV mode , recording will be stopped.
To stop recording
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` You can not change the recording mode while recording.
` Recording will stop automatically if there is no free space left for recording.
` Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a DVD-RAM/-RW/-R disc, and up to 48 titles onto a DVD+RW/+R disc.
` Up to 999 titles can be registered on the HDD.
` HDD recording is available for up to 24 hours, and when recording for 24 hours, 3 titles will be recorded with each
being 8 hours in length.
` Recording will stop automatically if a copy protected image is selected.
` DVD-RAM/±RW discs must be formatted before starting to record. Most new discs are sold unformatted.
` Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this unit.
Copying from a Camcorder
SXCVKL
You may control the Camcorder using the IEEE1394 (DV) interface.
1. Connect the DV output jack of your camcorder to the DV input jack
on the front of your HDD & DVD RECORDER using a DV cable.
Record Mode
SP(35:12)
. Press the HDD or DVD button.
If you select DVD, press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a
recordable disc on the disc tray. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to
close the disc tray. Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel
display.
. Press the REC MODE button repeatedly to select the recording
speed(quality).
DV
. Press the INPUT SEL. button to select DV.
If the input is set to DV, a playback/record menu that enables
camcorder control appears on the top of the screen.
. Select the Play (▶) icon on the upper part of the screen to playback
the camcorder and find the starting position to copy.
. To start recording, use the ◀▶ buttons to select Record ( ● ) icon
in the top side of the screen, then press the OK button.
You can press the REC button of the remote control to start recording.
The DV device is connected
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recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording in progress.
~ When using DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs, the message “Updating the information of disc. Please wait for a
moment” is displayed.
recording
To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording in progress.
~ When using DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs, the message “Updating the information of disc. Please wait for a
moment” is displayed.
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` To display playback related icons on the screen, press any direction button on the remote control.
Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)
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You can set the HDD & DVD RECORDER to record in 30-minute increments up to 8 hours by pressing the REC
button.
1. Press the HDD or DVD button.
If you select DVD, press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a
recordable disc on the disc tray. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to
close the disc tray. Wait until LOAD disappears from the front panel
display.
HDD
! Recording:
PR 1 [SP]
. Press the PROG (
) or number buttons to select the
programme to record.
. Press the REC button to start recording.
. Press the REC button repeatedly to adjust the desired recording
time.
OTR Mode
0:30
➞ 0:30 ➞ 1:00 ➞ ... 8:00 ➞ Off
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` The timer counter decreases by the minute from 8:00 to 0:00, then the
HDD & DVD RECORDER stops recording.
To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button. The message “Do you want to stop recording?” is displayed.
~ Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
~ Or press the STOP ( ) button again.
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Simultaneous Recording and Playback
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You can play back from the beginning of the programme you are currently recording.
You can watch the previous title list while recording a programme.
Using the PLAY (
) button
1. With the unit in recording mode, press the PLAY ( ) button.
It plays back the title that you are currently recording from the
beginning.
Playback is not available for 10 seconds from the start of recording.
You can use the SKIP (
) and other playback-related buttons
to view the previous recorded list.
HDD
recording
▶ Play
Stopping Playback / Recording
1. Press the STOP (
) button. Playback screen disappears and the recording in progress screen appears.
. Pressing the STOP (
) button once more will stop the recording.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in recording mode, press the TITLE LIST button.
The above operation is possible from approx.10 seconds or more
after recording starts.
Press the ▲▼/SKIP (
) buttons to select the recording title list.
. Press the OK or PLAY ( ) button.
It plays back the title that you are currently recording from the
beginning.
HDD
RECORDING...
Title List
4/4
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
002 JAN/01/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/01/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
3 MPEG2
004 RECORDING...
00:00:00
4 JAN/02/2009 00:00
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N Using the MENU button
1. With the unit in recording mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Title, then press the OK button. Title List screen is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼/SKIP (
) buttons to select the recording title list, then press the OK or ▶ button.
It plays back the title that you are currently recording from the beginning.
Stopping Playback / Recording
1. Press the STOP (
) button once, playback screen disappears and the Title List screen appears.
. Pressing the MENU (
) button again, the recording in progress screen appears.
. Pressing the STOP (
) button once more will stop the recording.
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` No sound is heard during search mode.
` DVD disc or HDD playback is available during HDD recording. However, JPEG, MP3, and DivX files in the disc cannot
be played back.
` HDD playback is available during DVD recording. However, JPEG and MP3 files in the HDD cannot be played back.
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Time Shift function as a live signal
S
This function replays recordings as a live signal.
If you are interrupted while watching a TV programme, simply press the TIME
SHIFT button, and the HDD & DVD RECORDER immediately starts recording
the programme.
Time Shift
>CHANGE
On
sSELECT
Using the Time Shift function
1. Press the TIME SHIFT button on the remote control.
The Time Shift menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ button to select On, then press the OK button.
. While watching the currently broadcasting programme, press the PAUSE ( ) button.
The programme on TV is set in pause mode and the Time Shift Bar is displayed.
. Press the PLAY (
) button to resume watching the programme.
Time Shift Screen Elements
Informs you that the timeshift is currently working.
1
2
3 4
5
Displays the current status.
6
Watching Point.
13:25:04
▶
14:02:28
Play
7
Current play time.
5
Live Point.
6
Live Time.
7
Time Shift Time Bar
Buttons on the Remote Control used for Time Shift function
1. PLAY (
) button : Playback.
2. PAUSE (
) button : Pause live TV.
3. SEARCH (
4. SKIP (
5. STOP (
) buttons : Fast play ( X 2, X 4, X 8, X 16, X 32, X 128)
) button, STOP (
) button : Moves to Live point.
) button : If you press this button in the Live point, a dialog box appears where you can stop
Time Shift.
6. SKIP (
) button : Returns to the point where Time Shift begins.
7. EXIT (
) or RETURN button : Hides the Time Shift icon or the time bar.
8. _ + : Display Time shift Progressive Bar.
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The Time Shift is available only when HDD mode is selected.
You can use this function for up to maximum two hours.
You can only play the contents by using the menu when the Time Shift is set to On.
Press TIME SHIFT button to cancel the Time shift function.
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Making a Timer Recording
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1. Check if the antenna cable is connected.
2. Check the remaining time of the disc.
3. Check if the date and time are correct.
Make sure the Clock (Setup-Clock Set) is set before you proceed with a timer recording. (See page 36)
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the TIMER button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the Scheduled List, then press
the OK or ▶ button.
HDD & DVD RECORDER
HDD
Library
Timer Record
. Press the OK button to select Add a list.
. Set timer recording option.
~ Fill the input items using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons and number
buttons.
_ + : Moves to the previous/next item.
▲▼, 0~9 : Sets a value.
~ To : Select the media to record HDD or DVD.
~ Source : The video input source (AV1, AV2 or AV3), or the
broadcasting channel you want to make a timer recording from.
~ Date : Timer Recording allows setting the recording time within
one month period. Set the recording day. (month/day)
JAN 31
JAN 30
JAN 29
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MON-SAT
JAN 01
Every Day
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No.
Date
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Mode VPS/PDC
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Scheduled List
Current Time 10:54
No. To Source
No. 01 No Title
Date
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Source
Date
Start
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JAN 01
10 : 54
12 : 54
Recordable Time HDD 108:14 SP
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Current Time 10:54
To Source
HDD
Every SAT
MON-FRI
\
Setup
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\
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Title s Save
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~ Start/End Time : Start and end time of the timer recording.
~ Mode (Recording Mode) :
- FR (Flexible Recording) : Select when you want to set video quality automatically. In FR mode, the
most suitable record mode is adjusted automatically, according to remaining time on the disc and
length of the timer recording. This function is selected only one mode in XP, SP, LP and EP modes.
- XP (high quality) : Select when video quality is important.
- SP (standard quality) : Select to record in standard quality.
- LP (low quality) : Select when a long recording time is required.
- EP (extended) : Select when a longer recording time is required.
~ VPS/PDC : VPS(Video Programme System) or PDC(Programme Delivery Control) function.
- If you set this function on, you can control the starting and ending time of recording by special signal
included in the broadcasting signal. If a TV programme is shortened or starts earlier or later than
scheduled, this function synchronizes the starting and ending time of recording with the actual
broadcasting time automatically.
- Set up the start-time EXACTLY according to the published TV schedule. Otherwise the timer recording
will not operate.
- Do not select PDC or VPS unless you are sure the programme you wish to record is broadcast with
PDC or VPS.
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recording
N Using the TIMER button
recording
~ TITLE : To label the title name, press the RED(A) button.
Title renaming screen appears.
Follow steps 4 and 5 of “Renaming (Labelling) a Title” on pages 81~82.
. After selecting the set up value for each mode, press the OK button to select Save.
~ ’ will appear on the front panel. It means that a timer recording is registered.
If the timer settings overlap;
The programmes are recorded in order of priority. After recording of the first programme is complete, the
second programme starts being recorded.
To exit without saving the current setting
Press the EXIT ( ) button.
To return to the previous menu
Press the RETURN button if you don’t want to set a timer recording.
. Turn the power off to finish the Timer Recording setting.
Timer Recording will not work when the power is on.
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` The timer recording time may differ from the set time depending on disc status and overall timer recording status
(for example, recording times overlapping, or when the previous recording ends within 2 minutes before the start
time of the next recording.)
` You can make up to 12 Timer Recordings.
` If HDD disk has no available recording space, ’ blinks. It means that HDD disk has no space to record.
` If you have set the Timer Recording using VPS/PDC, the fan can still operate and make a noise when the power is off.
Editing the Scheduled List
Follow these directions to edit the Scheduled List.
To setup, follow steps 1 to 2 in “Making a Timer Recording” on page 77.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the number of the Scheduled List you want to edit, then press the OK
button.
HDD
Scheduled List
Current Time 10:54
~ Edit the items you want to modify. See the “Making a Timer
No. To Source Date
Start
End Mode VPS/PDC
Recording” section for more information on Timer Recording
--
--- ----
-- --
--:--
--:--
--
-01 HDD PR 01 JAN 01 17:30 18:30 SP
On
Input items. (See pages 77~78)
02 HDD PR 01 JAN 01 21:00 22:00 SP
On
. Press the OK button to confirm the edited setting.
. Press the EXIT ( ) button after finishing the operation. The
Scheduled List screen will disappear.
03
HDD PR 01
JAN 01
23:15
23:45
SP
On
Recordable Time HDD 108:14 SP
Add
Delete
Recorded List
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Adding a Scheduled List
Follow these directions to add an entry from the Scheduled List
To setup, follow steps 1 to 2 in “Making a Timer Recording” on page 77.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the number of the Scheduled List, then press the RED(A) button.
~ Set the items you want to add. See the “Making a Timer Recording” section for more information on
Timer Recording Input items.(See pages 77~78)
. Press the OK button to confirm the added setting.
. Press the EXIT (
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) button after finishing the operation. The Scheduled List screen will disappear.
Deleting a Scheduled List
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Follow these directions to delete an entry from the Scheduled List.
To setup, follow steps 1 to 2 in “Making a Timer Recording” on page 77.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
~ The selected entry will be deleted from the list.
. Press the EXIT (
) button after finishing the operation. The Scheduled List screen will disappear.
Go To Recorded List
SXCVKL
You can view a list of the programmes that have been recorded.
N Using the TIMER button
HDD
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the TIMER button.
No. To Source
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Recorded List,
then press the OK or ▶ button.
Recorded List
Date
Start
End
Mode
V/P
Status
01 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
17:30
18:30
SP
On
OK
02 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
21:00
22:00
SP
On
OK
03 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
23:15
23:45
SP
On
OK
. Press the EXIT ( ) button after finishing the operation.
The Recorded List screen will disappear.
Delete
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Scheduled List
rReturn
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Information about Recorded List
Informs whether the selected Recorded List performed a Timer Recording successfully.
3-1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the number of the Recorded List,
then press the OK button.
HDD
No. To Source
Recorded List
Date
Start
End
Mode
V/P
Status
01 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
17:30
18:30
SP
On
OK
02 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
21:00
22:00
SP
On
OK
JAN 01
SP
On
Timer
rec was23:15
finished23:45
successfully
OK
03 HDD PR 01
OK
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Delete All
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Delete Recorded List
Deletes a Recorded List individually.
3-1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the number of the Recorded List
you want to delete, and then press the RED(A) button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
HDD
No. To Source
Recorded List
Date
Start
End
Mode
V/P
Status
01 No.
HDD01
PR 01
JAN 01
17:30
18:30
SP
On
02 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
21:00
22:00
SP
On
OK
03 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
23:45
SP
Do you 23:15
want to delete?
On
OK
Yes
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recording
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the number of the Scheduled List you want to delete, and then press the
GREEN(B) button.
~ You will be prompted with the delete confirm message such as “Do you want to delete?”.
recording
Clear Recorded List
Clears all Recorded List at once.
3-1. Press the GREEN(B) button.
HDD
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
No. To Source
Recorded List
Date
Start
End
Mode
V/P
Status
01 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
17:30
18:30
SP
On
02 HDD PR 01
JAN 01
21:00
22:00
SP
On
OK
03 HDD PR 01 Do you
JAN 01
SP list?On
want to23:15
delete a23:45
recorded
OK
Yes
Delete
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Scheduled List
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Go to Scheduled List
Switches directly from the Recorded List to the Scheduled List.
3-1. Press the YELLOW(C) button.
HDD
No.
To Source
Date
Start
End
Add a list
Recordable Time HDD 105:44 SP
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Basic Editing (Title List)
Playing the Title
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Follow these instructions to play back a scene from the Title List.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
HDD
JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR1
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to play from Title
List, then press the OK or PLAY ( ) button.
The selected entry (title) will be played back.
. To stop title play, press the STOP ( ) button.
The screen returns to the Title List screen.
Title List
1/3
No.
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
3 MPEG2
4 JAN/01/2009 17:30
1 SP
V-Mode Compatibility
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Renaming (Labelling) a Title
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Follow these instructions to rename a title list entry, i.e., to edit the title of a recorded programme.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
HDD
JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR1
Title List
1/3
No.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to rename from
the Title List, then press the RED(A) button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Rename, then press the OK or ▶
button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
. Select the desired characters using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons, press the
OK button.
~ Back Space (RED(A) button) : Deletes and moves the cursor
backwards by one position.
~ Space (GREEN(B) button) : Enters a blank and moves the
cursor one forward (to the right).
~ Clear (YELLOW(C) button) : Deletes all the character inputs.
~ Save (BLUE(D) button) : Registers the character inputs.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
3 MPEG2
4 JAN/01/2009 17:30
1 SP
V-Mode Compatibility
Edit
Sort
HDD
JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR1
Delete
Copy
Rename
Protection
Partial
3Delete
MPEG2
Split4 JAN/01/2009 17:30
New1
Playlist
SP
Select
All Compatibility
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Edit
Go to
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Title List
1/3
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
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editing
This section introduces basic functions of editing and explains both edit functions
for the recording on a disc and edit functions for the entire disc.
Recording or editing might not be completed if an error, such as a sudden power
failure occurs.
Please be aware that material that has been damaged is unable to be reverted
back to its original state.
editing
. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Save.
The changed title name is displayed on the title item of the selected
entry.
HDD
Rename
Sports(A1)
Back Space
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Clear
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Save
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Locking (Protecting) a Title
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Follow these instructions to lock an entry to protect it from accidental editing.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to protect from
the Title List, then press the MARKER button until a checkmark
appears. Repeat this step to select an additional title you want to
protect.
~ If you don’t want to protect a certain one of the checked entries,
simply select that entry and press MARKER to deselect it until
the checkmark disappears.
. Press the RED(A) button to select Edit.
Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Protection, then press the OK or
▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select On, then press the OK button.
The key icon on the information window for the selected entry
changes to the locked status. (1;0)
. If you want to cancel the Protection, select Off in step 5 and press
the OK button. The key icon changes to the unlocked status.
(0 ;1)
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` If you select “Select All” in the Edit menu, all title will be checked.
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JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR1
Title List
2/3
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
Delete
Copy
3 MPEG2
Protection
New4
Playlist
JAN/02/2009 21:00
1All
Select
SP
V-Mode
Unselect
AllCompatibility
Edit
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
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JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR1
Protection
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a Check
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Title List
2/3
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
2 items002
are JAN/02/2009
selected 21:00 PR 01:00:00
Set title Protection
mode: 23:15 PR 00:30:00
003 JAN/03/2009
3 MPEG2
4 JAN/02/2009 21:00
On
Off
1 SP
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Deleting a Title
SXCVKL
Follow these instructions to delete an entry from the Title List.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
. Press the RED(A) button to select Edit.
Edit menu is displayed.
Title List
2/3
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
Delete
Copy
3 MPEG2
Protection
JAN/02/2009 21:00
New4Playlist
1 All
SP
Select
V-ModeAllCompatibility
Unselect
Edit
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
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HDD
JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR1
Title List
2/3
No.
Title
Length
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
2 items are selected
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
Do you want
to delete?
003 may
JAN/03/2009
23:15 PR 00:30:00
(Related playlists
be deleted.)
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Delete, then press the OK or ▶
3 MPEG2
No
4 JAN/02/2009 21:00 Yes
button.
1 SP
~ The message may be different depending on the type of disc.
V-Mode Compatibility
Edit
Sort
Go to
You will be prompted with the confirmation message.
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HDD, DVD-RAM(VR mode), DVD-RW(VR mode): If a Playlist is
present, the message “Do you want to delete? (Related playlists
may be deleted.)” is displayed.
DVD-RW(V mode)/+RW/±R: If a Playlist is not present, the message “Do you want to delete?” is
displayed.
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. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
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` You cannot delete a protected entry. If you want to delete a protected entry, select “Off” in the Title Protection menu.
(See page 82)
` When the Disc Protection has been set to Protected, you cannot delete titles. (See page 96)
` Once an entry is deleted from the Title List it cannot be recovered.
` Once DVD-RW/±R is finalised, it cannot be deleted.
` With DVD±R, titles are only deleted from the menu, however, the Title remains physically on the disc.
` If you select “Select All” in the Edit menu, all title will be checked.
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editing
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to delete in the
Title List, then press the MARKER button until a checkmark
appears. Repeat this step to select an additional title you want to
delete.
~ If you don’t want to delete a certain one of the checked entries,
simply select that entry and press MARKER to deselect it until
the checkmark disappears.
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JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR1
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Splitting a Section of a Title (Split)
SK
Follow these instructions to split a section of a Title List entry into two titles.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to Split from the
Title List, then press the RED(A) button.
The Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Split, then press the OK or ▶
button.
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Title
Length
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003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
Sort
. Using the playback-related buttons (PLAY ( ), SEARCH (
),
move to a point for splitting and press the OK button.
If it is not the point where you want to split, press the RETURN
button to cancel the selection. Using the playback-related buttons,
move to a point to split and press the OK button.
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Split
Title List No. 001
. Press the OK button to select Split.
Split 1
Split 2
00:00:00
00:00:00
▶
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
The split title is divided into two, and the following titles will be
shifted down by one.
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Split
00:00:01
Select
Split
Return
+ Play
# Pause
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Split
Title List No. 001
Title List No. 001
Split 1
Split 2
00:00:00
00:00:20
#
Select
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Yes
#
Return
( ) SCAN
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Split 2
00:00:00
00:30:55
This title cannot be recovered
after splitting.
Do you want to split?
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eExit
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Select
No
00:30:55
Split
Return
+ Play
# Pause
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sSelect
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Deleting a Section of a Title (Partial Delete)
SXCK
(VR mode)
Follow these instructions to delete a section of a Title List entry.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to edit from the
Title List, then press the RED(A) button.
The Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Partial Delete, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
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No.
Title
Length
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002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
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Go to
Contents
a Check
eExit
. Press the OK button at the starting point.
The image and starting point time is displayed in the section
deletion starting point window.
~ Select the start and end points of the section you want to delete
using the playback related buttons.
~ Playback related buttons : (PLAY ( ), PAUSE ( ),
SEARCH (
)).
. Press the OK button at the end point.
The image and end point time is displayed in the Section deletion
ending point window.
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Start
End
00:19:10
00:41:20
00:41:20
End
Return
Delete
( ) SCAN
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
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Partial Delete
Start
End
00:19:10
00:41:20
Do you want to delete?
(Deleted part will not be restored.)
#
Start
Yes
No
00:41:20
End
Delete
Return
( ) SCAN
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
` The length of the section to be deleted must be at least 5 seconds long.
` End point cannot be marked earlier than start point
` The section cannot be deleted when it includes a still picture.
` Press the EXIT (
) button after the operation has finished.
The Title List screen will disappear.
Using the Sort function (Title List)
SXCVKL
When you need to change the Sort order of Title List.
1. While the list menu is displayed, press the GREEN(B) button to
select Sort.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
~ Date : In order of when the titles were recorded
~ Name : In alphabetical order
~ Length : In order of recorded title length.
~ Channel Info : In order of Channel information.
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No.
Title
Length
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003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
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Date
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Name
17:30
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Length
V-Mode Compatibility
Channel Info
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` You can sort by Date, Name, Length, Channel info. Sorted list will be resorted in copied order upon re-entering Title
List.
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Title List No. 001
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
The selected section has been deleted.
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Start
▶
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Delete, then Press the OK button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Return, then press the OK button
to finish the operation.
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Navigation Menu
Time Navigation
SXC
(VR mode)
Using this function, you can search scene minute-by-minute from the recorded title list.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to play from Title
List, then press the YELLOW(C) button.
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Title
Length
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002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Time Navigation, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to skip one minute at a time and search the
desired scene, then press the OK or PLAY ( ) button.
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1/3
No.
Playlist
Time Navigation
Scene Navigation
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Contents
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` Cursor does not move if the selected recorded title is shorter than 1
Time Navigation
1/3
minute.
` The Navigation function may not work on a disc that has not been
recorded by this device.
00:00
17:30
` An edited title may not display the exact search time.
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18:30
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
Scene Navigation
SXC
(VR mode)
If there is a title composed of markers (See page 57), you can search the desired scene using the Scene
Navigation.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to play from Title
List, then press the YELLOW(C) button.
M
` Scene Navigation will not operate if a selected title does not have
Length
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003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
3 MPEG2
Playlist
Time Navigation
Scene Navigation
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Contents
a Check
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Scene Navigation, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select desired scene, then press the
OK or PLAY ( ) button.
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Select Contents
SXCVKL
1. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Contents.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the contents you want to move,
then Press the OK or ▶ button.
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No.
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Length
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Title
DivX
Music
Photo
3 MPEG2
` This function is possible only when the disc contains the selected
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contents.
1 SP
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Go to
Contents
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eExit
Advanced Editing (Playlist)
Creating a Playlist
SXC
(VR mode)
Follow these instructions to create a new playlist entry from a recorded title.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
. Press the RED(A) button.
The Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select New Playlist, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
The Make Playlist screen is displayed.
. Press the OK button at the start point.
~ The image and time at the start point is displayed on the Start
window.
~ The yellow-coloured selection bar moves to the End item.
~ Select the starting point of the section from which you want to
create a new scene using the playback related buttons
(PLAY ( ), SEARCH (
), SKIP (
)).
. Press the OK button at the end point.
~ The image and end point time is displayed in the End window.
~ The yellow-coloured selection bar moves to the Make item.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Make, then press the OK button.
~ To make a scene for the playlist.
A new Make scene screen is displayed. Repeat steps 4~6 to
make a new scene for the playlist.
A new scene will be added to the current playlist.
You can check and see all the scenes on the Edit playlist screen.
(See page 89)
~ To make a new playlist.
Repeat steps 1~6 if you want to make a new playlist.
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No.
Title
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
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Length
Go to
Contents
a Check
eExit
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New Playlist
Make Playlist
Scene No. 001
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Start
End
00:08:38
00:00:00
▶
00:08:38
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End
+ Play
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sSelect
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[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
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New Playlist
Make Playlist
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Start
End
00:08:38
00:11:03
#
Start
00:11:03
End
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Make
Return
( ) SCAN
[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Return, then press the OK button to finish the operation.
M
` You can create up to 99 playlist entries.
` Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference.
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Edit
editing
Playing Entries in the Playlist
SXC
(VR mode)
Follow these instructions to play the playlist entries.
N Using the PLAY LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the PLAY LIST
button.
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No.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the playlist you want to play, then
press the OK or PLAY ( ) button.
Title
Length
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. Press the STOP ( ) button to stop playing.
The screen returns to the Playlist screen.
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Renaming a Playlist Entry
SXC
(VR mode)
Follow these instructions to rename a playlist entry, i.e. to edit the title of a playlist entry.
N Using the PLAY LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the PLAY LIST
button.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the title you want to Rename from
the Playlist, then press the RED(A) button.
The Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Rename, then press the OK or ▶
button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
. Select the desired characters using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons, then
press the OK button.
~ Back Space (RED(A) button) : Deletes and moves the cursor
backwards by one position.
~ Space (GREEN(B) button) : Enters a blank and moves the
cursor one forward (to the right).
~ Clear (YELLOW(C) button) : Deletes all the character inputs.
~ Save (BLUE(D) button) : Registers the character inputs.
. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Save.
The changed title is displayed in the title field of the selected playlist
entry.
Title
Length
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No.
Sort
Title
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sSelect
Clear
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Save
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Editing a Scene for the Playlist
SXC
(VR mode)
Follow these instructions to edit scenes for a playlist.
N Using the PLAY LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the PLAY LIST
button.
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Delete
Copy
� PLAYLIST
Rename
Edit 4
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Select All
Edit
Title
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002 JAN/02/2009 13:51
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003 JAN/02/2009 14:08
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Length
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Edit Playlist
Scene No. 1/6
01
00:02:24
02
05
0:00:09
06
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03
00:00:31
00:01:06
07
00:00:00
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04
0:01:22
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Playing a Selected Scene
. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the scene you want to play, then press the OK or PLAY (
The selected scene is played.
~ To stop scene play, press the STOP ( ) button.
) button.
Modifying a Scene (Replacing a Scene)
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3.
4-1. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the scene you want to
Modify, then press the RED(A) button.
The Modify Scene screen is displayed.
. Press the OK button at the start point of the scene.
~ The image and starting point time is displayed on the Start
window.
~ Select the starting or ending point of the section you want to
modify using the playback related buttons (PLAY ( ),
SEARCH (
), SKIP (
)).
. Press the OK button at the end point of the scene.
~ The image and ending point time is displayed in the End window.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Change, then press the OK
button.
~ The scene you want to modify is changed with the selected
section.
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Start
End
00:04:54
00:00:00
▶
00:05:27
Start
End
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Change
Return
( ) SCAN
[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
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Scene No. 001
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Start
End
00:04:54
00:06:25
#
Start
00:06:25
End
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Change
Return
( ) SCAN
[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
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editing
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the title you want to edit from the
Playlist, then press the RED(A) button.
The Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Edit Playlist, then press the OK or
▶ button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
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Moving a Scene (Changing the Position of a Scene)
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 on page 89.
4-1. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the scene you want to move
(change the position), then press the GREEN(B) button.
~ A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to be
moved.
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. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the position to which you
want to move the selected scene, then select the OK button.
M
` You cannot move the selected scene to the position of the next scene,
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01
00:02:24
02
0:00:34
03
00:00:31
05
0:00:09
06
00:01:06
07
00:00:00
04
0:01:22
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because the selected scene should be inserted before that position,
which requires no action.
` Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference.
Adding a Scene
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 on page 89.
4-1. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the scene that will have a new
scene inserted before it, then press the YELLOW(C) button.
The Add Scene screen is displayed.
. Press the OK button at the starting point of the scene.
~ The image and starting point time is displayed on the Start
window.
~ Select the starting or ending point of the section you want to
modify using the playback related buttons (PLAY ( ),
SEARCH (
), SKIP (
)).
. Press the OK button at the end point of the scene.
~ The image and end point time are displayed in the End window.
~ To cancel, press the ◀▶ buttons to select Return, then press
the OK button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Add, then press the OK button.
~ The section you want to add is inserted prior to the scene
selected in step 4-1 of Adding a Scene.
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Start
End
00:01:51
00:00:00
▶
00:01:51
Start
End
Add
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Return
( ) SCAN
[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
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Scene No. 001
Title List : 1/3
Start
End
00:01:51
00:07:28
#
00:07:28
Start
End
Add
+ Play
# Pause
<Move
sSelect
Return
( ) SCAN
[ ] SKIP
rReturn
eExit
Deleting a Scene
To setup, follow steps 1 to 3 on page 89.
4-1. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select the scene you want to delete,
then press the BLUE(D) button.
~ The message “Do you want to delete the scene?” is displayed.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK to delete
the selected scene.
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01
00:02:24
05
0:00:09
02 you want
0:00:34to delete
03 the
00:00:31
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06
00:01:06
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sSelect
0:01:22
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07
00:00:00
Add
rReturn
Delete
eExit
Deleting a Playlist Entry from the Playlist
N Using the PLAY LIST button
1. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the PLAY LIST
button.
. Press the RED(A) button to select Edit.
Edit menu is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Delete, then press the OK or ▶
button.
~ You will be prompted with the delete confirmation message “Do
you want to delete?”.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
You will be automatically returned to the Playlist screen after the
delete operation has finished.
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Title
Length
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Title List
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
Using the Sort (Playlist)
When you need to change the Sort order of Playlist, you can change it simply.
1. While the list menu is displayed, press the GREEN(B) button to
select Sort.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the desired item, then press the
OK or ▶ button.
~ Date : In order of when the playlists were created
~ Name : In alphabetical order
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eExit
upon re-entering Playlist.
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editing
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select an entry you want to delete in the
Playlist, then press the MARKER button until a checkmark
appears. Repeat this step to select an additional title you want to
delete.
~ If you don’t want to delete a certain one of the checked entries,
simply select that entry and press the MARKER button to
deselect it until a checkmark disappears.
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COPYING FROM HDD TO DVD OR VICE-VERSA
About the Copy Screen
1
HDD
Selected Items:
Copy
Available : 4099MB
Source : HDD
2
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4
; DVD
002 JAN/01/2009 1
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Start Copy
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5
3
To : DVD
Selection
a Check
6
eExit
7
1
Total size and number of selected titles for copying
2
Title to be copied
3
This shows available disc space
4
The location where the copied files are stored
5
Copy start button
6
Sort button (Date, Name, Length, Channel Info)
Selection button
7
- Select All : All entries in the current folder will be checked.
- Unselect All : All checked entries will be unchecked.
Contents Copy Specifications
Contents
Recorded Video Title
Copy Protected Title
Copy Once Title
HDD  DVD
Supported
Not supported
Move
(Deletes the Title in the HDD after copying)
DVD  HDD
Supported
Not supported
Not supported
The Copy is possible only with CPRM-Compatible disc.
Once “Copy Once programme” has been recorded on the DVD disc, this title cannot be copied to HDD
anymore.
But “Copy Once programme” has been recorded on the HDD, this title can be copied to DVD-RW(VR mode)
or DVD-RAM.
N Using the TITLE LIST button
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a recordable disc on the
disc tray.
HDD
JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR1
. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray. Wait until
LOAD disappears from the front panel display. Check that the disc
has enough available space for the recording.
. Select a desired mode by pressing the HDD or DVD button on the
remote control.
You can also select a desired mode by pressing the HDD/DVD
button on the front panel.
. With the unit in Stop mode/Playback mode, press the TITLE LIST
button.
. Press the COPY button. Copy screen is displayed.
~ During Playback, you can also copy the title by pressing the
COPY button.
Title List
1/3
No.
Title
001 JAN/01/2009 17:30 PR 01:00:00
002 JAN/02/2009 21:00 PR 01:00:00
003 JAN/03/2009 23:15 PR 00:30:00
3 MPEG2
4 JAN/01/2009 17:30
1 SP
V-Mode Compatibility
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HDD
Selected Items:
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Contents
a Check
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Available : 4099MB
Source : HDD
To : DVD
001 JAN/01/2009 1
; DVD
002 JAN/01/2009 1
3 MPEG2
003 JAN/01/2009 1
0 SP
� 47MB
Start Copy
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Selection
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the title you want to copy, then
a Check
press the MARKER button until a checkmark appears.
Repeat this step to select an additional title you want to copy.
~ If you don’t want to copy a certain one of the checked entries, simply select that entry and press
MARKER button to deselect it until the checkmark disappears.
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. Press the RED(A) button to select Start Copy.
~ The title to be copied is not displayed on the screen, and copying
begins while the currently broadcasting programme is displayed
on the screen.
~ Press the INFO button to view the copy processing bar.
If you press INFO button again, copy processing bar will
disappear.
~ To cancel the copying in progress, press the RED(A) button.
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b Bar Type
c Channel
. After a successful copy, “The title is successfully copied” message
is displayed.
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DVD-Video Copy
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a DVD-Video disc on
the disc tray.
DVD ; HDD
! Copying
. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
. During the playback, press the COPY button.
Copy will be started.
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` The Copy function will be disabled in the following cases :
- If you try to copy in the section of a menu.
- NTSC disc or copy-protected disc
- Titles that are different in the broadcasting system.
- The audio title that is copied to the HDD will be recorded in the 2ch AC3 format.
- For the audio output in DTS mode, the audio source will not be copied.
Copying MP3, JPEG or DivX
Contents Copy Specifications
Contents
MP3
JPEG(photo)
DivX
CD-DA
~
~
~
~
~
HDD  DVD or USB
Supported
Supported
Supported
Not supported
DVD  HDD or USB
Supported
Supported
Supported
Supported
USB  HDD or DVD
Supported
Supported
Supported
Not supported
Disc(CD-R/ CD-DA/ CD-RW/ DVD-RAM/ DVD±R(Finalise)/ DVD+RW/ DVD-RW(Finalise)) ; HDD or USB
HDD ; DVD-R, DVD-RW(V) or USB
USB ; HDD or DVD-R, DVD-RW(V)
PTP USB is not available when you copy to USB.
If the disc is finalised through Disc Manager, it can be compatible with PC as a disc with a UDF file system.
File Copy
1. Insert a JPEG disc, MP3 disc or DivX disc into the disc tray.
. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray. Wait until
LOAD disappears from the front panel display. Check that the disc
has enough available space for the recording.
CD
Selected Items: 5.85MB (1)
Source : DVD
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Music, Photo or DivX, then press
the OK or ▶ button.
E HDD
Y ROOT
001 Song 10.mp3
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Library, then press the OK or ▶
button.
� MP3
� 5.85MB
Copy
Available :
To :
E USB
002 Song 1.mp3
003 Song 2.mp3
004 Song 3.mp3
005 Song 4.mp3
Start Copy
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a Check
Unselect All
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. Press the COPY button. Copy screen is displayed.
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. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the MP3, Photo or DivX file you
want to copy, then press the MARKER button until a checkmark
appears.
~ If you don’t want to copy a certain one of the checked entries,
simply select that entry and press the MARKER button to
deselect it until the checkmark disappears.
. Press the ▶▲▼ buttons to select the target media,then press the
OK button.
~ You can create a new folder by pressing the GREEN(B) button.
. Press the RED(A) button to select Start Copy.
The message “Number of file : x” is displayed.
CD
Selected Items: 9.68MB (2)
Copy
Available : 236724MB
Source : DVD
To : HDD
 ROOT
Y ROOT
001 Song 10.mp3
� MP3
� 3.84MB
002 Song 1.mp3
003 Song 2.mp3
004 Song 3.mp3
005 Song 4.mp3
Start Copy
New Folder
eExit
CD
Selected Items: 9.68MB (2)
Copy
Available : 236724MB
Source : DVD
To : HDD
Y ROOT
 ROOT
001 Song
10.mp3of file : 2
Number
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Start, then press the OK button.
File copy begins.
~ To cancel the copying in progress, press the EXIT ( ) button.
� MP3
� 3.84MB
002 Song 1.mp3
003 Song 2.mp3
Start
004 Song 3.mp3
EXIT
005 Song 4.mp3
Start Copy
New Folder
Rename
CD
Selected Items: 9.68MB (2)
Source
: DVD
Copying...
Y :ROOT
Free space
236623 MB
001 Song
Number of file
: 1 /10.mp3
2
Song1.mp3
1.mp3
File Name :002
Song
� MP3
� 3.84MB
eExit
Copy
Available : 236724MB
To : HDD
 ROOT
003 Song 2.mp3
33%
004 Song 3.mp3
005 Song 4.mp3
Start Copy
New Folder
Rename
eExit
Folder Copy
1. Insert a Disc (JPEG, MP3 or DivX) into the tray.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Library, then press the OK or ▶
button.
CD
Selected Items: 76.8MB (2)
Source : DVD
. Press the COPY button. Copy screen is displayed.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the folder you want to copy, then
press MARKER button until a checkmark appears.
~ If you don’t want to copy a certain one of the checked folders,
simply select that entry and press MARKER button to deselect it
until the checkmark disappears.
. Press the ▶▲▼ buttons to select the target media,then press the
OK button.
~ You can create a new folder by pressing the GREEN(B) button.
. Press the RED(A) button to select Start Copy.
The message “Number of file : x” is displayed.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Start, then press the OK button.
Folder copy begins.
Subfolders and files in the selected folder are copied.
~ To cancel the copying in progress, press the EXIT ( ) button.
E MP3 (1)
� MP3
� 40.2MB
E USB
E MP3 (2)
E MP3 (3)
Start Copy
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Select All
a Check
CD
Selected Items: 76.8MB (2)
Source : DVD
Unselect All
eExit
Copy
Available : 236715MB
To : HDD
Y ROOT
 ROOT
E MP3 (1)
� MP3
� 36.6MB
E MP3 (2)
E MP3 (3)
Start Copy
New Folder
CD
Selected Items: 76.8MB (2)
Source : DVD
eExit
Copy
Available : 236715MB
To :
Y ROOT
 ROOT
Number of file : 24
E MP3 (1)
� MP3
� 36.6MB
Start Copy
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E HDD
Y ROOT
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Music, Photo or DivX then press
the OK or ▶ button.
MP3, JPEG or DivX folder is displayed.
Copy
Available : 236715MB
To :
E MP3 (2)
E MP3 (3)
Start
EXIT
New Folder
eExit
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` Pressing the EXIT (
`
`
`
`
CD
Selected Items: 76.8MB (2)
Source
: DVD
Copying...
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Available : 236715MB
To :
Y :ROOT
Free space
236615 MB
Number of E
file MP3
: 1 /(1)24
File Name :E
01.MP3
###(2)## 1.mp3
� MP3
� 36.6MB
Start Copy
 ROOT
E MP3 (3)
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`
) button during folder copying will cancel the
folder copying after the current file is copied.
You can copy up to 500 files or 500 sub folders to one folder.
[ MP3, JPEG, DivX ]
If you want to copy a file, you should create a new folder before starting
a copy.
You cannot copy to top-level(ROOT) folder directly without creating a
new folder.
If the top-level (ROOT) folder has had already 500 folders, you should
delete one or more items before you can create a new folder.
File size on a disc and the copied file in the HDD may be slightly different
due to the file system.
If you check some entries in the current folder and move to open a
different folder, those entries are automatically unchecked and excluded
from the selection list.
Changing the name of Music/Photo/DivX file
S
You can rename a Music, Photo or DivX file copied to HDD.
1. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select the entry you want to rename, then
press the RED(A) button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Rename, then press the OK or
▶ button.
Rename Screen is displayed.
. Select the desired characters using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons, then
press the OK button.
~ Back Space (RED(A) button): Deletes and moves the cursor
backwards by one position.
~ Space (GREEN(B) button): Enters a blank and moves the cursor
one forward (to the right).
~ Clear (YELLOW(C) button): Deletes all the character inputs.
~ Save (BLUE(D) button): Registers the character inputs.
. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Save.
The changed file name is displayed on the selected entry.
HDD
Q Song 1.mp3
Music List
No.
Title
Size
Y ROOT
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New Playlist
@ ▶ # )0 0:00:00
Go To(Playlist
9AllSong 1.mp3
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E ROOT
Delete
Rename
Edit
001 Song 1.mp3
002 Song 2.mp3
3.8 MB
003 Song 3.mp3
5.1 MB
004 Song 4.mp3
9.2 MB
005 Song 5.mp3
5.2 MB
006 Song 6.mp3
10.3 MB
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Play Mode
[/] Previous/Next Page
3.8 MB
a Check
HDD
Contents
eExit
Rename
Dream
Back Space
mMove
Space
sSelect
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rReturn
HDD
Q Dream.mp3
Save
eExit
Music List
1/9
No.
Title
Size
Y ROOT
@▶#
00:00:00
9 Dream.mp3
E ROOT
Edit
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[/] Previous/Next Page
Q Dream.mp3
3.8 MB
002 Song 2.mp3
3.8 MB
003 Song 3.mp3
5.1 MB
004 Song 4.mp3
9.2 MB
005 Song 5.mp3
5.2 MB
006 Song 6.mp3
10.3 MB
Play Mode
a Check
Contents
eExit
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Disc Manager
Editing the Disc Name
XCVKL
Follow these instructions to give a name to a disc.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Rename, then press the OK
button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
. Select the desired characters using the ▲▼◀▶ buttons, then
press the OK button.
. Press the BLUE(D) button to select Save.
A disc name is given to the disc.
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DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
Disc Protection Info
Not Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Rename
<Move
Protection
Delete All
sSelect
rReturn
DVD-RAM(VR)
Format
eExit
Rename
DISC–1
` You may need to clear Disc Protection beginning editing.
` Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may be different.
Back Space
mMove
Space
Clear
sSelect
rReturn
Save
eExit
Disc Protection
XCV
Disc Protection allows you to protect your discs from being formatted or deleted due to unintended
operations.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Protection, then press the OK
button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select On, then press the OK button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
Disc Protection Info
Not Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Rename
<Move
Protection
Delete All
sSelect
rReturn
DVD-RAM(VR)
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
Disc Protection:
Not Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
On
Rename
<Move
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Disc Manager
Disc Name
Disc Protection Info
Format
Protection
sSelect
Off
Delete All
rReturn
Format
eExit
Delete All Title Lists
XCVKL
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
Disc Protection Info
Not Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Rename
<Move
Protection
Delete All
sSelect
Format
rReturn
DVD-RAM(VR)
eExit
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
delete
all title lists?
Disc Protection InfoDo you want to Not
Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Yes
Rename
<Move
No
Protection
Delete All
sSelect
Format
rReturn
eExit
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
All title lists are deleted.
Delete All Title Lists/DivX Lists /Music Lists/Photo Lists
S
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Delete, then press the OK button.
~ When Protected Entry exists: The Delete All Title List function will
not operate. If there is a title containing a still picture, however,
that function will not operate. If you want to delete a protected
entry, disable Protect for it on the Lock item.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select the Title, DivX, Music or Photo,
then press the OK button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
All title lists, DivX lists, music lists or photo lists are deleted.
HDD
Disc Manager
Used Space
000:39
( 1.68 GB)
Available Space
065:19 XP
( 231.01 GB)
Delete
<Move
sSelect
Format
rReturn
HDD
eExit
Disc Manager
Used Space
000:39
( 1.68 GB)
Available Space
065:19 XP
( 231.01 GB)
Select contents to delete all
Title
DivX
Music
Photo
Delete
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
Format
eExit
<Title>
HDD
Disc Manager
Used Space
000:39
( 1.68 GB)
Available Space
065:19 XP
( 231.01 GB)
All playlists will also be deleted.
Do you want to continue?
Yes
No
Delete
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
Format
eExit
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. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select Delete All, then press the OK
button.
~ You will be prompted with the confirmation message “Do you
want to delete all title lists?”.
~ When Protected Entry exists: The Delete All Title List function will
not operate. If there is a title containing a still picture, however,
that function will not operate.
If you want to delete a protected entry, disable Protect for it on
the Lock item.
~ When protected a DVD-RAM/-RW is used, data cannot be
deleted from a disc.
~ If you select Yes, you will be prompted with the confirmation
message “All playlists will also be deleted. Do you want to
continue?”.
DVD-RAM(VR)
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Formatting a Disc
SXCK
Use these instructions to format a disc.
The disc protect should also be cleared.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
HDD
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
Disc Manager
Used Space
000:39
( 1.68 GB)
Available Space
065:19 XP
( 231.01 GB)
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Format, then press the OK button.
HDD/ DVD-RAM/+RW
~ You will be prompted with the confirmation message
Delete
Format
“Current media:  Do you want to format?”.
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
eExit
~ If you select Yes, you will be prompted with the confirmation
message “All data will be deleted. Do you want to continue?”.
DVD-RW
~ You will be prompted with the confirmation message “Choose the recording format for DVD-RW.”
~ If you select the desired format type, you will be prompted with the confirmation message “All data will
be deleted. Do you want to continue?”.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button. The disc is formatted.
DVD-VR and DVD-V are defined according to their recording format.
DISC
DVD-VR
DVD-V
DVD-RAM/-RW
DVD-RW/DVD-R
~ With DVD+RW discs, there is no difference between DVD-Video format (Video mode) and DVD-Video
Recording format (VR mode).
Finalising a Disc
CVL
After you record titles onto a DVD-RW/±R disc with your HDD & DVD RECORDER, it needs to be finalised
before it can be played back on external devices.
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ▲▼◀▶ buttons to select Finalise, then press the OK
button.
You will be prompted with the message “Do you want to finalise
disc?”.
DVD-RW(VR)
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Used Space
00:17
( 0.52 GB)
Available Space
01:54 SP
( 3.85 GB)
Disc Protection Info
Not Protected
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Rename
Protection
mMove
Delete All
sSelect
Finalise
rReturn
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
You will be prompted again with the message “Disc will be finalised. Do you want to continue?”.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
The disc is finalised.
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` Once a disc is finalised, you cannot delete entries from the record list.
` After being finalised, the DVD±R/-RW(video mode) operates in the same manner as a DVD-Video.
` Depending on the disc type, the displayed screen may be different.
` Finalising time may be different depending on the amount of data recorded on the disc.
` Data on the disc will be damaged if the recorder is powered off during finalisation process.
` You can finalise the disc automatically using EZ Record. (See page 48)
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Unfinalising a Disc (V/VR mode)
C
1. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button.
. Press the ▲▼ buttons to select Disc Manager, then press the OK
or ▶ button.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Unfinalise, then press the OK
button.
You will be prompted with the message “Do you want to unfinalise
disc?”.
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
You will be prompted again with the message “Disc will be
unfinalised. Do you want to continue?”.
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Disc Manager
Disc Name
DVD-VR
Current Rec. Mode
VR-Mode
Unfinalise
<Move
sSelect
rReturn
Format
eExit
. Press the ◀▶ buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button.
The disc is unfinalised.
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` A DVD-RW can be finalised or unfinalised in Video mode.
Finalise
Unfinalise
Mark
DVD-Video(RW)
DVD-RW(V)
Operation
Same as DVD-Video
Additional recording, protection and
deletion are possible.
` A DVD-RW can be finalised or unfinalised in VR mode.
Mark
Operation
Finalise
Unfinalise
DVD-RW(VR:F)
DVD-RW(VR)
Additional recording, deletion, editing, and Additional recording, deletion, editing, and
protection are impossible.
protection are possible.
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Troubleshooting
If your product malfunctions, go through the checkpoints below before contacting a Samsung authorised service
centre.
PROBLEM
EXPLANATION/SOLUTION
The input is displayed for a while when
the power is turned on.
The HDD & DVD RECORDER requires some time to initialize and the input will be
displayed for approx. 10 seconds after it is turned on.
Cannot record TV programmes.
• Check whether the power cord is securely plugged into the power outlet.
• Did you set the HDD & DVD RECORDER channel settings correctly?
• Check the free space on your HDD/DVD-RAM/±RW/±R discs.
I pressed the REC button but there is no
response.
Check available disc type. (See page 68)
If a programme is copy protected, it cannot be recorded.
Cannot play the disc.
• Check whether the disc is inserted correctly with the label facing up.
• Check the regional code of the DVD disc.
• This HDD & DVD RECORDER cannot play some types of discs.
(See pages 8, 49)
icon appears on the screen.
You cannot use this operation or function due to one of the following reasons:
(1) Your DVD disc restricts it.
(2) Your DVD disc does not support this feature (for example: angles)
(3) The feature is not available at the moment.
(4) You’ve requested a title, chapter, or scan time that is out of range.
Play mode settings are different from the
settings configured in the Settings menu.
The disc does not support all selected functions. In this case, some settings
configured in the settings menu may not work properly.
Cannot change the aspect ratio.
The aspect ratio is fixed for DVD discs. (See page 43)
The angle operation does not work while
playing a DVD disc.
The angle operation is available only when the disc contains images
captured from different angles.
The selected audio and/or subtitle
language is not played.
Audio and subtitle languages are disc-specific. Only the sound and subtitle
languages contained on the DVD disc are available and displayed in the disc
menu.
Cannot copy title or file to the other mode.
• DVD discs encoded with copy protection can not be copied to HDD.
• Refer to “Contents Copy Specifications” on page 6 to check if copying is
supported.
Refer to “V-Mode Compatibility” on page 48 to check if copying is support.
The disc revolves, but no image or bad
quality images is displayed
• Be sure that the Video Setting is properly set. (See pages 43~45)
• Check whether there is damage to or any foreign material on your disc.
• Some low quality discs may not play properly.
• If scenes change from dark to bright suddenly, the screen may shake vertically
temporarily, but this is not a fault.
No sound.
• Are you watching a programme in slow or skip mode?
If you are playing a programme at a speed other than normal speed, sound
will not be heard. (Except for forward search (X 2) in disc.)
• Check the connections and settings. (See pages 27~29, 41~42)
• Check whether the disc is damaged. Clean the disc, if necessary.
• Check whether the disc is inserted correctly with the label facing up.
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EXPLANATION/SOLUTION
No audio output.
Check whether you have selected the correct digital output options in the Audio
Output Options menu. (See pages 41~42)
Timer lamp flickers
• Check there is enough space in the disc or HDD for recording.
• Check whether the current disc is recordable or not.
Make sure to check before the start time of recording.
Timer recording does not work properly.
• Re-check the recording time and the end time settings again.
• Recording will be cancelled if the power is interrupted due to a power failure
or another similar reason while recording.
Cannot copy into USB or vice-versa
• Check the USB connection.Disconnect and try to connect again.
• Refer to “Compatible USB devices at host port”on page 8.
No HDMI output
• Check the Video output is HDMI enabled.
• Check the connection between the TV and the HDMI jack of the HDD & DVD
RECORDER.
• See if your TV supports HDMI.
Abnormal HDMI output screen.
If snow noise appears on the screen, it means that TV does not support HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).
HDMI output Jitter.
• Check your TV system setup correctly.
• Please refer to the user’s manual of your TV.
The remote control doesn’t work.
• Point the remote control at the remote control sensor on your HDD & DVD
RECORDER. Allow for proper distance. Remove obstacles between your HDD
& DVD RECORDER and the remote control.
• Check whether the batteries are drained.
• Check the TV/DVD selection button setting.
• Check whether TV control button is selected or not.
I forgot my password for parental
supervision
Press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE (p) buttons on the front panel for more than
10 seconds with no disc in the unit.
All settings including the password will revert to the factory settings. Do not use
this unless absolutely necessary.
Is it possible to change a subtitle and an
audio signal on a recorded disc?
A recorded disc is played with only the subtitle and the audio signal which were
selected during recording
Other problems
• Read the table of contents and then find and read the section describing your
problem, follow the instructions given.
• Plug your HDD & DVD RECORDER off and on.
• If the problem still persists, contact a nearby Samsung service centre.
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PROBLEM
appendix
Specifications
General
Input
Power requirements
AC 220~240 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption
28 Watts / 1 Watts (Power save )
Weight
3.8 Kg
Dimensions
420 mm(W) x 300 mm(D) x 55 mm(H)
Operating temp.
+5 °C to +35 °C
Other conditions
Keep level when operating. Less than 75% operating humidity
Video
Composite Video : 1.0 V p-p at 75Ω load, sync negative
Audio
Max.Audio Input Level : 2 Vrms
DV Input
IEEE 1394(4p) compatible jack
Receivable Channels
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