Panasonic DMREX85EB, DMREX75EB Operating instructions

Panasonic DMREX85EB, DMREX75EB Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
DVD Recorder
Model No. DMR-EX75EB
DMR-EX85EB
®
Table of contents
Page
Safety Precautions
3
Dear customer
How to use this operation instruction
Information about the unit
4
4
4
Accessories
Inserting batteries
5
5
Front panel
Rear panel
21-pin Scart terminal
6
7
7
Basic Connections / Auto-Setup
Connecting to a television only
Auto-Setup
Connecting to a television and satellite receiver
Auto-Setup
Remote Control
8-11
8
9
10-11
11
Page
. . . / FUNCTIONS menu / DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Editing titles in the SUB MENU
Editing chapters in the SUB MENU
JPEG/TIFF playback from DVD-RAM/SD
JPEG/TIFF playback from CD/DVD-R
MP3 playback
Copy Navigator
Advanced Copy
Information about High Speed copying
Copying from DVD-Video with time control
Copying titles and playlists with the copy list
Copying pictures
Copy All Pictures
Playlists
Creating a playlist
Launching in the Playlists menu
Preparation
Advanced Playback
Playback from DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Simultaneous recording and playback
Playback during recording
Discs you can record on
Auto Finalize
13
13
13
13
13
14-15
15
15
15
16
16
Advanced Recording
17
Changing the recording mode
17
TV Guide
18-19
Manual Timer Recording
20-21
Timer Recording via external units (e.g. satellite receiver)21
VIDEO Plus+ Recording
21
Timer Recording from Sat with VIDEO Plus+
22
34-38
34
35
36-37
38
39
40-42
40
42
Symbols
Entering text
Delete
22
23
23
STATUS displays/Digital channel information
24
FUNCTIONS menu
25-55
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Overview of DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Launching the DIRECT NAVIGATOR menu
Delete
Properties
Album View/Title View
26-32
26
26
26
26
26
43
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound / Display
Connection / List of language codes
Others
44-53
44-46
47
48
49
50-51
52-53
HDD Management
DVD Management
Card Management
54
54-55
55
Picture and sound setting during playback
56-57
Additional connections
58-64
58-59
59
60-61
61
62
63-64
Connection with HDMI cable
Control via Q Link and HDMI
Connection to COMPONENT VIDEO terminal
Progressive television picture
Connection with Video cable or S Video cable
Connecting to external equipment
Information
2
33
12
Flexible Rec / DV Auto Rec
Just watching TV programme
Just RECORD
Just PLAY
DELETE
27
28
29-31
32
32
Recording informations / Remote Control
Playback and recording discs
Playback discs / Handling discs
SD Card
HDD
What can I do with which disc?
Recording formats and Licence information
If you need help
Glossary
Specifications
Index
65-80
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66
67
68-69
70
71
72
73-77
78
79
last page
Safety Precautions
Important Safety Warnings
The moulded three pin mains plug is supplied for your safety and convenience and
must NOT be cut off.
!
!
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in the mains
plug. If the fuse has to be replaced,
it must be of the same rating and
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the
BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
To replace the fuse, open the fuse
compartment with a screwdriver as
shown and replace the fuse and the
cover securely.
!
!
!
!
!
!
Inside of product
1. Open the fuse
cover with a
screwdriver.
2. Replace the
fuse and close
or attach the
fuse cover.
Fuse cover
Fuse
(5 ampere)
To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. No user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service engineer only.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage, do not
expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing and that no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Do not insert metal object into the slots or openings of the unit.
This unit is not disconnected from a.c. mains while it remains connected
to a live mains outlet, even if it has been turned off.
The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible or
the mains plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily operable.
This unit is intended for use in moderate climates.
Caution
! Avoid exposing the unit to direct sunlight or other heat sources.
! Avoid sudden change in temperature or humidity, dew or condensation may
form, causing malfunction.
! Dispose of batteries in accordance with the instructions given in this book.
! Place the unit on a flat, stable surface. Do not place heavy object on top of the unit.
! Your attention is drawn to the fact that recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs
or other published or broadcast materials may infringe copyright laws.
! This unit is designed for indoor use only.
! Do not use in area with strong magnetic fields, e.g. near transmitting antenna.
! This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during
use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the
product and the mobile telephone.
!
!
!
!
!
If you see this
symbol, read
last page.
Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another
confined space. Ensure the unit is well ventilated. To prevent risk of electric shock
or fire hazard due to overheating, ensure that curtains and any other materials do
not obstruct the ventilation vents.
Do not obstruct the unit's ventilation openings with newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, and similar items.
Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted candles, on the unit.
Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.
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 by yourself.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Back of product, see page 7
Care and Maintenance
!
The cabinet can be wiped clean with a damp cloth, disconnect from mains before
cleaning. Do not use detergent or solution containing benzol or petroleum.
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Dear customer
Thank you for your trust and your decision to purchase this top-quality unit.
Panasonic is one of the leading manufacturers of entertainment electronics units.
We are sure that you will be completely satisfied with this unit.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
!
For customers within the UK:
08705 357357
!
Visit our website for product
information: www.panasonic.co.uk
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
! Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and confidence
by phoning our Customer Care Centre
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 5:30pm, Friday 9:30am - 5:30pm
(Excluding public holidays).
! Or go online through our Internet Accessory ordering application at
www.panasonic.co.uk
! Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
! All enquiries, transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by
Panasonic UK Ltd.
! It couldn´t be simpler!
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products, take a browse on our website for further details.
!
E-mail:
[email protected]
Interested in purchasing an extended guarantee?
Please call 0870 240 6284 or visit our website www.panasonic.co.uk/guarantee
Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre
How to use this operating instruction
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You can find more information about this subject on the
stated page.
Press the illustrated button.
RAM -R -RW(V)
The described function can be performed with the illustrated disc
formats and media. More information about the disc formats and
media is on pages 14 and 64-68.
[AV2 Settings] The texts in brackets are entries from the screen shots.
Navigation and direction buttons on the remote control.
RETURN
Remote control buttons which are not shown in the drawing.
Information about the unit
DVB-T
This unit is a DVD Recorder with integrated tuner. You can receive and
record both analog and terrestrial digital channels (DVB-T) without an additional
reception unit (Set Top Box).
GUIDE
The TV Guide gives you a preview of the TV programmes for the next 7 days from
your digital stations. Simply select each programme to store it for Timer
programming.
The HDMI connection makes it easy to connect up your multimedia units. One single
cable transmits both digital video data and digital audio data. HDMI is the world's first
complete digital consumer AV interface complying with a non-compression standard.
DV interface
You can connect your digital camcorder directly to this unit via the DV IN connection.
This way it’s easy to copy your movies.
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Accessories
Included Accessories
Remote Control
EUR7659YG0
Please check and identify
the supplied accessories.
Batteries for the
Remote Control
R6 size
AC mains lead
RJA0044-3C or
K2CT3CA00004
Use numbers when asking
for replacement parts.
(Product numbers correct as
of March 2006. These may
be subject to change.)
Audio/video cable
K2KA6BA00003
For use with this unit only.
Do not use it with other equipment.
Also do not use the cords for other
equipment with this unit.
2 RF coaxial cable (black)
K1TWACC00001
1 RF coaxial cable (grey)
K1TWACA00001
Operating Instructions
Guarantee Card
Quick Setup Guide
Reference Guide
Optional Accessories
HDMI cable 1.5m
RP-CDHG15E
4.7GB DVD-RAM - 3 Pack.
LMAF120LE3
HDMI cable 3.0m
RP-CDHG30E
4.7GB DVD-RAM - 5 Pack.
LMAF120LE5
HDMI cable 5.0m
RP-CDHG50E
9.4GB DVD-RAM Double Sided - 3 Pack.
LMAD240LE3
Inserting batteries
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!
!
!
!
R6/LR6, AA
!
!
The batteries last for about a year, depending on how often you use
the remote control unit.
Do not mix old with new batteries, or batteries of different types.
Only use batteries without any harmful substances (lead, cadmium, mercury).
Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
Remove the batteries if the remote control unit will remain unused for longer
periods of time.
Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries. Immediately remove used-up batteries
and replace with batteries of type AA, UM3 or R6.
Be sure to put in the batteries the right way round + and -.
Dispose of batteries, packaging material and the unit according to
statutory regulations. They must not be thrown into the household refuse.
Point the remote control at the unit’s sensor. Avoid obstacles in the path of the
transmission. The maximum range of the remote control is 7 m directly in front of the
unit. Keep the transmission window and the unit sensor clean. The procedure can be
impaired by direct sunlight or doors of glass cabinets.
Remote control
signal sensor
5
Front panel
Display
SD Card slot
Disc tray
HDD
DVD
SD
DRIVE
SELECT
DMR-EX75
1
2
1
3
4
5
4
AV3 input terminal
EXT LINK
DRIVE SELECT
Drive select HDD/DVD/SD
DVD
HDD
SD
SD
REC
The inserted medium is being shown.
The selected drive is Recording.
Flashes shortly before a Timer Recording starts.
PLAY
The selected drive is playing.
XP, SP
LP, EP
Recording mode / All on: FR mode
Flexible recordings/Timer Recordings.
EXT-L
External-Link: A timer controlled recording is being
performed by an external unit.
D
Digital channel
Current time, recording/playback counter,
various messages.
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S VIDEO input AV3
OPEN/CLOSE: Open
and close the disc tray.
Channel select button
CH
STOP
The selected drive is being displayed.
10
7
10
Shows a Timer Recording or Timer mode.
9
3
6
9
DRIVE
SELECT
8
7
DV input
EXT LINK
Recording with external
equipment
Messages on the display
6
6
2
Standby/on switch /I : Press to switch the unit from on to
standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still
consuming a small amount of power. Switching this unit into
standby mode does not disconnect it from the mains.
8
5
x1.3
PLAY
Playback
HDD RAM Quick View
11
REC
REC
Record
On-screen displays
PLEASE WAIT
DVD 1, 2, 3
SETUP
READ
No READ
FINAL
No DISC
PROTECT
RETURN
OFF0:30
REPEAT
START
COPY
SLIDE
99PER
STOP
PROG FULL
UNSUPPORT
UNFORMAT
SLEEP
SW-DL
X HOLD
No FIN
HDMI
Error messages
Please wait.
Wrong remote control code.
You are in the Setup menu.
Disc is being read.
Disc cannot be read.
DVD is being finalized.
No disc has been inserted.
Disc is write-protected.
Cancellation of a function.
The recording time is set to 30 minutes.
Repeat playback is on.
A function (copying) is beginning.
Copying is taking place.
Slideshow running.
99 % - copying is nearly finished.
A function has been stopped (copying).
All 32 timer programme positions are full.
Disc format is not supported.
Disc is unformatted.
The hard disk is in the SLEEP mode.
Software download.
Child protection is active.
Finalization not possible during the recording.
HDMI unit is connected.
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Rear panel
11 10
1
9
7
8
6
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3
2
2
AC IN~ = Power supply
OPTICAL
Digital audio output
Connection for the AC mains lead.
HDMI AV OUT
Digital audio video output
3
5
4
58
S VIDEO OUT = S VIDEO output
6
OUT = AUDIO output right/left channel
AV4 IN = AUDIO input right/left channel
VIDEO AV4 IN = Video input
AV1 (TV)
9
63
62
S VIDEO AV4 IN = S VIDEO input
VIDEO OUT = Video output
7
1
8
AV1 (TV) 21-pin Scart terminal
TV set connection
AV2 (EXT)
62
AV2 (EXT) 21-pin Scart terminal
Connection of an external unit
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (PROGRESSIVE/INTERLACE)
Y = Luminance signal (brightness), PB = Chrominance signal (colour difference), PR = Chrominance signal (colour difference)
10
11
RF IN
Aerial input
RF OUT
Aerial output
For a conventional tube television, we recommend using the Scart terminal. You will get a high-quality RGB video picture with an RGB-compatible television.
If you want to use a progressive scan-capable LCD/plasma television or LCD projector, connect it to the component video outputs for a high-quality
progressive video picture.
!
21-pin Scart terminal
The 21-pin Scart terminal transmits both input
and output signals for picture and sound.
TVs equipped with the same type of terminal
can be connected here.
This type of terminal is also called Peritel,
Euro Connector and Euro AV.
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19
21
2
4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
AV1 Scart terminal (TV)
1 Audio output CH2 (R)
2 Audio input CH2 (R)
3 Audio output CH1 (L)
4 Audio ground
5 Blue ground
6 Audio input CH1 (L)
7 Blue output
8 Switching voltage
9 Green ground
10 Q Link control signal
11 Green output
12 Reserved
13 Red ground
14 Blanking ground
15 Red output / chrominance output
16 Blanking output
17 Video output ground
18 Video input ground
19 Video output / luminance output
20 Video input
21 Ground
AV2 Scart terminal (EXT)
1 Audio output CH2 (R)
2 Audio input CH2 (R)
3 Audio output CH1 (L)
4 Audio ground
5 Blue ground
6 Audio input CH1 (L)
7 Blue input
8 Switching voltage
9 Green ground
10 Reserved
11 Green input
12 Reserved
13 Red ground
14 Blanking ground
15 Red input / chrominance input
16 Blanking input
17 Video output ground
18 Video input ground
19 Video output
20 Video input / luminance input
21 Ground
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Basic connections
Before connection, turn off all connected equipment and read the appropriate
operating instructions.
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BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC MAINS LEAD
Choose from one of the connection types A-B that suits your requirement.
Use of the supplied RF coaxial cable
To prevent interference patterns from appearing on your TV, use only the supplied
RF coaxial cables when you connect this unit to your TV and aerial outlet or aerial
cable and Satellite receiver, as shown in connection types A-B.
! Keep the RF coaxial cables as far away as possible from other cables.
! Do not roll up the RF coaxial cables.
Connecting to a television only
Connection with 21-pin Scart cable (not included)
1 Connect the aerial to RF IN
You can enjoy high-quality viewing by connecting
the unit to an RGB compatible television.
A
(Aerial input) of the DVD Recorder.
2 Connect RF OUT (Aerial output) of the DVD
Recorder with the aerial input of the TV.
To household
mains socket
Television’s rear panel
3 Connect the AV1 terminal (21-pin Scart terminal) of
the DVD Recorder with the Scart input of the TV.
4 Connect the DVD Recorder and the television to the
RF IN
household mains socket.
AV IN
After completing the above connections, proceed to
the Auto-Setup to tune in TV channels.
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4
2
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
The RF cable cannot be used
for showing pictures from the
DVD Recorder. The unit must
be connected by another
means e.g. Scart cable to
show pictures from the DVD
Recorder on the television set.
3
Fully wired 21-pinScart cable
You can use a variety of Q Link
functions by connecting the unit to
a Q Link compatible television.
To household mains socket
(AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz)
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4
AC mains lead (included)
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
This unit’s rear panel
Use one of the included RF coaxial cable (black or grey) to connect this unit’s RF IN terminal to your aerial socket or aerial cable.
To the aerial
RF coaxial cable (included, grey)
1
or
RF coaxial cable (included, black)
1
8
To this unit
Auto-Setup
Automatic setup of the unit
After being switched on for the first time, the unit proceeds with an
automatic station search for digital channels. This is followed by the search
for analogue channels.
! Turn on the television and select the AV input that this unit is connected to.
! Switch the unit on using the Standby/on-switch.
1
DVB Auto-Setup (Tuning digital channels)
DVB Auto-Setup
Please wait !
Ch 21
Prog. Channel Service Name
1
30
BBC ONE
2
30
BBC TWO
3
30
BBC THREE
4
34
ITV 1
5
34
ITV 2
RETURN : to cancel
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Net ID
12302
12302
12302
12305
12305
TS ID Quality
12289 9
12289 9
12289 9
11397 9
11397 9
Depending on different countries or regions, the digital TV programme has
its own selection of operating frequency channels, frequency bands,
transmission parameters and frequencies. The unit automatically searches
for all available digital stations.
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You can repeat the station search again.
RETURN
2
Auto-Setup (Tuning analogue channels)
Analogue Auto-Setup in progress.(without Q Link)
Datenübernahme von TV
Analogue Auto-Setup in progress. Please wait.
RETURN : to cancel
or
Analogue Auto-Setup (without Q Link)
The auto setup tunes in all available analogue television stations.
This takes approx. 5 minutes.
Download from TV with Q Link
Download in progress.(with Q Link)
If your television is equipped with the Q Link feature, it will start to
download TV tuning information to this unit. In order to be able to use
Q Link, the unit must be connected to a TV with Q Link or a similar
feature via a fully wired 21-pin Scart cable.
Download in Progress. Please wait.
RETURN : to cancel
Checking Broadcaster's data.
(with Q Link)
Checking Broadcaster's data. Please wait.
RETURN : to cancel
Checking Broadcaster's data (with Q Link)
Once the station data have been adopted from the television set,
the analogue stations are sorted accordingly.
You can repeat the station search again.
Automatic
ENTER
3
Off
Date
20 / 03 / 2006
Please set the clock manually.
ENTER : store RETURN : leave
CHANGE
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Setting the date and time (if not found automatically)
Clock
Time
10 : 52 : 04
59
If the Date and Time are not transferred via a television station,
the Clock menu appears.
! Set the clock manually.
An incorrect date or time affects the programmed recording of
television programmes (note summer and winter time).
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RETURN
Owner ID
Owner ID
You now have the opportunity
to enter your details and
help the police crack crime
see instruction book.
ENTER
RETURN
Owner ID
PIN number * * * *
Name
House No
Postcode
You can complete the Owner ID now. To skip this step and do it later,
press the RETURN button. Your DVD Recorder is now ready to use.
You can later set the Owner ID in the Setup Menu.
! To enter the Owner ID, press ENTER.
! Press . To set the Owner ID now, use 0
9 to enter a four-digit
PIN number.
Press
to correct the digit.
! Make sure that you will remember the PIN number (make a note of it).
! Press the ENTER button to confirm.
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Press . Enter the [Name], [House No] and [Postcode] in the same
way, using
.
! Press the ENTER button to confirm each entry.
! Press the RETURN button to leave the Owner ID screen. You will now
see the TV picture. Your DVD Recorder is now ready to use.
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RETURN
RETURN: leave
Auto setup for your unit is complete. The availability of stations may differ
regionally. You can now select your favourite stations and store them in the
required order in the profiles.
44
9
Connecting to a television and satellite receiver
B
To household mains socket
Television’s rear panel
RF IN
AV IN
6
3
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
The RF cable cannot be used
for showing pictures from the
DVD Recorder. The unit must
be connected by another
means e.g. Scart cable to
show pictures from the DVD
Recorder on the television set.
4
Fully wired 21-pin Scart cable
You can use a variety of Q Link
functions by connecting the unit to
a Q Link compatible television.
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To household mains socket
(AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz)
AC mains lead (included)
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
This unit’s rear panel
2
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
5
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart cable
1
LNB IN
RF IN
RF OUT
To household mains socket
AV OUT
Satellite receiver’s
rear panel
10
6
6
Connecting to a television and satellite receiver
B
If you receive your television programme via a satellite receiver (digital/analogue),
connect your DVD Recorder as shown in connection type B.
If your television supports Q Link, use a fully wired 21-pin Scart cable to connect
it to the TV.
The analogue stations automatically downloaded through [Download from TV].
If your television supports RGB, set the AV1 Output to RGB 1 or RGB 2 in the
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Setup menu.
1 Connect the aerial to the RF IN (aerial input) of the external unit.
2 Connect the RF OUT (aerial output) of the external unit with the RF IN
(aerial input) of the DVD Recorder.
3 Connect the RF OUT (aerial output) of the DVD Recorder with the RF
IN (aerial input) of the television unit.
4 Connect the AV1 terminal (21-pin Scart terminal) of the DVD Recorder
with the Scart input of the television unit.
5 Connect the external unit with a 21-pin Scart cable to the AV2 terminal
of the DVD Recorder.
6 Connect the DVD Recorder, the TV and the external unit to the
household mains socket.
Auto-Setup
Auto-Setup with connected Satellite Receiver and aerial
After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto-Setup.
Auto-Setup
No stations found !
Please check aerial connection
Restart Auto-Setup
Yes
SELECT
ENTER
No
9
Auto-Setup with connected Satellite Receiver
Turn on the television and select the AV input that this unit is connected to.
Switch on the external unit and DVD Recorder.
[Auto-Setup] follows automatically and if it ends with the note: [No stations found !].
! Select [No] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! You can complete the Owner ID now. To skip this step and do it later,
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press the RETURN button.
The TV Guide does not show any information if you have connected
the unit to a satellite receiver only.
RETURN
The date and time are not set automatically. Set them manually.
An incorrect date or time affects the programmed recording of television
programmes (note summer and winter time).
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Your DVD Recorder is now ready to use.
! Switch the DVD Recorder to AV2 with CH .
You see the television picture from the external unit.
View / record satellite programmes
Press INPUT SELECT to select the input channel AV2 or put this unit in
standby mode.
To record satellite programmes refer to “Timer Recording from Sat
with VIDEO Plus+".
22
11
Remote Control
DVD
TV
Standby/on switch
Press to switch the unit from on to standby
mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the
unit is still consuming a small amount of
power.
DRIVE
SELECT
5:
5:
5:
0
5
0
0
5
0
0
0
5
15:
15:
15:
1
5
0
1
5
0
0
1
_
CH
VIDEO Plus+
DELETE
5
Delete a function.
SKIP
+
VOLUME
SKIP = Skip chapters, titles or
pictures.
13
SLOW/SEARCH
SLOW = Slow-motion playback.
SEARCH = Search during playback.
PLAY/
Pause a recording or playback.
14
17
PLAY: Start playback.
x 1.3: You can increase the playback
speed.
14
Check/change a Timer Recording.
20
18
DIRECT NAVIGATOR = Launch the Title View.
26
FUNCTIONS = Launch the main menu.
25
RETURN
Launch SUB MENU's.
Return to the previous menu.
REC
REC MODE
YELLOW button: menu guide
(Profile, GUIDE, Digital TEXT)
Dividing a recording into chapters.
14
BLUE button: menu guide
(Profile, GUIDE, Digital TEXT).
Jump forward 30 seconds.
14
Launch the Digital TEXT service.
24
Launch the picture and sound settings.
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TEXT
13
Recording.
GREEN button: menu guide
(Profile, GUIDE, Digital TEXT).
EXT LINK
Select recording mode
(XP, SP, LP, EP).
13
Timer Recording with external
recording control.
21
Direct TV recording.
17
DIRECT TV REC
STTL
TIME SLIP
Subtitles.
24
TIME SLIP = Select the time frame.
14
You can also switch on the unit from Standby mode using the PLAY , GUIDE, DIRECT NAVIGATOR, VIDEO Plus+ and PROG/CHECK buttons.
12
14
GUIDE = Launch the TV Guide.
RED button: menu guide (Profile,
GUIDE, Digital TEXT, Manual Tuning).
DISPLAY
Delete a title.
Direction buttons in the menu guide.
Select
groups or titles.
SUB MENU
MANUAL SKIP
21
PROG/CHECK
ENTER = Select or save a setting.
CREATE
CHAPTER
VIDEO Plus+ recording for
analogue stations.
Launch the digital channel information
or programme details.
Frame or slow-motion playback.
S
13
Select button to switch AV input between
AV1, AV2, AV3 (Front), AV4 and DV.
14
Stop a recording or playback.
CH = Programme selection button.
PAGE = Scroll in the TV Guide.
INPUT
SELECT
PAUSE
STOP
CH = Select the programme position on the
TV set.
VOLUME = Volume control of the TV set.
PAGE
DRIVE SELECT
Select the HDD, DVD or SD drive.
Direct entry using the number buttons
Selection of channels, title numbers, etc.
VCD
JPEG MP3
JPEG
AV
CH
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Switch the TV on and off.
Select the AV input on the TV set.
Preparation
1
turn on the television and
select the AV input that
this unit is connected to
2
press /I button to turn on
the DVD Recorder
Select the HDD or DVD drive to record
on or playback a disc.
DRIVE
SELECT
OPEN/CLOSE
to insert a disc
HDD
DVD
Just watching TV programme
Select the channel
up
1 2
4 5
7 8
0
or
down
3
6
9
Just PLAY
Just RECORD
When a menu screen appears on the television
(e.g. prerecorded DVD)
Select the channel
The channel cannot be changed during recording.
up
1 select,
or
ENTER
OK
2 set / play
down
Depending on the disc type, play may start automatically.
Start playing
HDD RAM
1 2
4 5
7 8
0
Select the recording mode
Inserted Disc
Remaining time
Picture quality
to stop
XP (1 h.)
(2 h.)
SP
(4 h.)
LP
EP
To select recorded programmes to play
(8 h.)
Recording time
1 Display the title view.
Start recording
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Title View
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
007
3
6
9
--
--
--
--
Elapsed recording time
PICTURE
BBC 06/ 3 MON
-Previous
ENTER
RETURN
S
SUB MENU
Page 01/01
to stop
Next
To record satellite programmes
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Select
DELETE
2 Start playing.
1 select,
To delete unnecessary title recorded
on DVD-RAM, -RW(V) or +RW
ENTER
OK
2 play
while
playing
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Advanced Playback
Playback of the last
recorded title
Playback of a selected title
3
6
9
1 2
4 5
7 8
0
DRIVE
SELECT
(HDD/
DVD)
Dividing a recording
into chapters HDD RAM
Pausing playback
PAUSE
ENTER
OK
play
to resume
playback
during
playback
CD Not
MANUAL SKIP
available
Changing the picture or sound settings
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CREATE
CHAPTER
DISPLAY
MANUAL SKIP
during
playback
during
playback
playback jumps forward
approx. 30 seconds
Options during stop mode
Stopping playback
to resume
playback
STOP
the playback
position is saved
The television picture appears.
( DVD-A DVD-V VCD CD
the screensaver appears)
Skipping skip chapters, titles or pictures
STOP
Fast forward
Each time the button is pushed, the speed increases
up to a maximum of five levels.
+R +R DL +RW(V) Maximum of three levels.
SLOW/SEARCH
SKIP
during
playback
to resume
playback
Quick View (PLAY/x1.3) HDD RAM
You can increase the playback speed
without negative effects on the sound.
to delete the saved
playback position
The sound is only output at the first fast-forward speed.
DVD-A (except for moving pictures), MP3 CD the sound
is output at all fast-forward speeds.
TIME SLIP
Select the time span by which playback is to jump forward or backward.
0 min
TIME SLIP
1 select,
ENTER
OK
to resume
playback
With a digital connection, playback is in PCM. 56
Quick View is paused if the playback of a programme
begins, which was not recorded with Dolby Digital.
Quick View does not function during simultaneous
recording and playback in XP or FR mode.
2 set
DVD-A DVD-V VCD CD
Each time the navigation button is pressed, the time span increases or decreases in minute
increments. For recordings that are longer than 10 minutes, the time span increases or
decreases in 10-minute increments when the button is held down longer.
Slow-motion playback during pause
Frame playback during pause
The speed can be controlled in 5 levels.
With some disc formats, the pause
mode is switched on after 5 minutes.
SLOW/SEARCH
to resume
playback
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Not available
CD
VCD
DVD-A
Not available
Forwards only.
Moving pictures only.
Each time the button is
pressed, the next or the
previous frame is displayed.
ENTER
OK
to resume
playback
CD
VCD
DVD-A
Not available
Forwards only.
Moving pictures only.
Advanced Playback
Playback from DIRECT NAVIGATOR
The DIRECT NAVIGATOR menu shows all the recordings and timer programmes you have created yourself.
The recordings can be selected directly and replayed immediately without searching.
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Title View
001
6/ 3/ 06
Total 10
002
003
23/ 9/ 05 Total 12
1/ 10/05 Total 5
005
004
6/ 3/ 06
Total 10
1 select,
ENTER
OK
---
6/ 3/ 06
2 play
Total 10
SUB MENU
to edit a recording
S
Next
Previous
Page 01/01
S SUB MENU
Select
select the previous
or next page
(more than 6
recordings)
SKIP
PICTURE
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
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ENTER
RETURN
(red) (green)
select Title View or
Picture View (JPEG)
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Playback
Simultaneous recording and playback HDD RAM
You can play the recording or a different title during the current recording or Timer Recording.
Playback does not affect Timer Recordings. Recording begins at the programmed time.
Playback during recording
HDD RAM
Playback can be started while the unit is still recording. You can watch the recording without stopping the current recording.
To stop recording or if a Timer Recording is stopped.
Stop Recording
STOP
Timer recording in progress.
Stop this timer recording ?
It will be cancelled if you stop.
STOP
to end
playback
Note
to stop
recording
(after 2 seconds)
Stop Recording
1 select,
ENTER
OK
Cancel
SELECT
ENTER
2 set
RETURN
Depending on the disc type, playing may start automatically.
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW
Disc playback stops when a Timer Recording starts.
Direct input via the number buttons
Selection of channels, title numbers, etc.
VCD
JPEG MP3
JPEG
5:
5:
5:
0
5
0
0
5
0
0
0
5
15:
15:
15:
1
5
0
1
5
0
0
1
5
DVD-A
When the screen saver is shown, you can enter a group number. On some
discs, this function is only available when playback stops.
HDD/DVD-RAM functions possible
during playback in each case
DVD PLAY
HDD PLAY
Playback starts automatically (with prerecorded discs) DVD-A DVD-V VCD CD -R(MP3)
Playback always starts at the beginning of the disc. If the disc has its own disc menu,
then it is displayed. The operation of the disc menu depends on the inserted disc.
HDD REC
HDD REC
Due to the programme structure determined by the manufacturer, the described
functions may not be available.
DVD REC
DVD REC
If
appears on the television unit, the procedure is inhibited by the unit or the disc.
Use the following buttons to launch the disc menu again:
DVD-V: SUB MENU, DVD-A: DIRECT NAVIGATOR, VCD: RETURN
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Discs you can record on
Formatting
RAM -RW(V) +RW -RW(VR)
+R +R DL Only for new discs
If using an unformatted disc, you must format it before the
first recording. After inserting the disc, the formatting
message appears automatically. Formatting prepares the
media, such as a recordable DVD-RAM, for recording. All
data is irreversibly erased.
Format
This disc is not formatted properly.
Format it using DVD Management ?
Yes
1 select,
ENTER
OK
No
2 set
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
We recommend using a DVD RAM to utilise the greatest possible
functional scope of this unit.
: Can do,
: Cannot do
Disc Type
Function
Recording
Rewritable
Copy-once
recording
(digital broadcasts)
(CPRM compatible
discs only)
Playing
on other
equipment
(RAM compatible
equipment only)
To play
on other equipment,
Use the Finalize feature!
Auto Finalize
DVD-R, etc. recorded on this unit cannot be played on other players
immediately after recording. Using the Finalize feature allows you to play
these discs on other players. (However, once the disc is finalized you will
no longer be able to record to the disc.)
Auto finalization is always offered
before an unfinalized disc is ejected.
Finalize the disc so that it can be
played on other DVD players.
Finalize
1
OPEN/CLOSE
Finalize the disc so that it can be played
on other DVD players.
Note: Recording or Editing is not possible
after finalizing. This may take up to 3 min.
OPEN/CLOSE
REC
2
REC
2
OPEN/CLOSE
Finalize and eject.
After successful finalization,
the disc is ejected
automatically.
Press the REC button to start finalize.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to exit.
This disc cannot be played on other DVD
players without finalizing.
This unit cannot be used for direct recording on a DVD-R DL/+R DL.
You can record on the hard disk and then copy the recording to a disc.
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Eject.
This disc cannot be played
on other DVD players.
Advanced Recording
Select the drive
Select the channel
Start recording
up
DRIVE
SELECT
Pause the recording
Stop recording
a title
REC
PAUSE
(HDD/
DVD)
STOP
REC
down
to resume
recordig
Specifying a time as the recording duration
0:30
The unit switches itself off at the end of the recording if no
functions are being executed on another drive. This
function is not available for Timer Recordings.
1:00
1:30
DIRECT TV REC
Timer Recording with the television set
2
Timer on the TV set.
Changing the recording mode
4:00
REC
If your TV is equipped with Q Link, you can record an
analogue TV programme that you are currently watching.
Other settings are not necessary. The recorder automatically
switches to the appropriate station.
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press for 3
seconds
1Programme the
3:00
This function is not possible with Flexible Rec.
If the channel or recording mode (XP, SP, LP, EP) is
changed while recording is paused, the time is deleted.
Note
Direct TV recording
2:00
If your television set is equipped with the Q Link function and
the possibility of programming with Timer Recording, then you
can do a Timer Recording with the television set.
switch the DVDRecorder to the
Standby mode.
The recording will not start if the DVD Recorder is in Timer or
EXT LINK standby mode.
If several Timer Recordings follow on in quick succession, they
are recorded as one title.
Note
HDD If you want to copy recorded titles in High Speed Mode at a later point in
time, set the setting [Rec for High Speed Copy] in the menu [Setup] - [Disc] [Settings for Recording] to [On].
Remaining time
You cannot record on the hard disk and on a DVD at the same time. The internal
hard disk saves up to 284 hours (DMR-EX75) / 443 hours (DMR-EX85) of your
recordings when set to [EP ( 8 Hours )].
HDD Longer recordings are divided into 8-hour segments.
RAM
If you activated the write-protection, cancel it.
After pause the recording the title is not divided.
You can only change the channel or recording mode in the PAUSE mode.
The material is then recorded as a separate title.
After the recording is complete, it takes some time for the unit to process the unit
control information.
To use Q Link functions (e.g. direct TV recording), connect the DVD Recorder
with a fully wired 21-pin Scart cable to the television set.
RAM With the [EP mode ( 8Hours )] setting, playback on DVD-RAM-compatible
DVD players may not be possible. Select [EP mode ( 6Hours )].
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Maximum number of recordable titles
HDD
RAM -R -RW(V) -R DL
+R +RW +R DL
500
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HDD/DVD functions possible
during recording in each case
DVD REC
HDD REC
HDD PLAY
HDD PLAY
DVD PLAY RAM
DVD PLAY
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TIONS
FUNC
TV Guide
To Others
TV
TV Guide
PROG/CHECK
ENTER
OK
SUB MENU
TIONS
FUNC
DIRECT NAVIGATO
R
GUIDE
The TV Guide gives you an overview of the programme for your digital television and radio stations up to
7-days. For many of these programmes, you can select additional information provided by the stations.
You can sort the programme preview according to various topics such as sport, films etc., according to
categories such as TV or radio and select programmes for Timer Recordings.
RETURN
Select, to watch the current programme
to return to TV
1 select,
ENTER
OK
2 watch
TV Guide: Landscape
Mon 06/03/06 19:35
(TV screen)
Category
Prog. Type
Mon 06th
All Services
All Types
19:00 - 20:00 Emmerdale : In todays's show we will find a way...
GUIDE
1
2
7
10
31
45
70
Time: 19:30 20:00 20:30
21:00 21:30
BBC1
Red Cap
CSI NY DIY S.O.S.
Hot Wars
Holliday Programme
BBC2
ITV1
Emmerd Corotation Street
The Bill
Channel4 Scrapheap Challenge Pepsi Chart Show
Channel5 News
Sex and the City
Terminator2
Pop Idol
News
Me out of here!
ITV2
Scrapheap Challenge
15 to 1
Rugbi
S4C
+24 Hr
SELECT
VIEW
RETURN
Category
Select a future broadcasting to
programming a Timer Recording (Timer programming screen)
1 select,
ENTER
OK
Name
Date
Start
Stop
1 BBC1
11/ 3 SAT
14:00
16:00
All Services : BBC1
TERRA
HDD
Mode DVD STTL
SP
DVD OFF
Programme Name
Press ENTER to store the programme.
2 set
Prog. Type
Page +
Page -
info
Guide Change Display Mode
20
Remain 1:54 SP
14:15:16 6/ 3 MON
Timer
Recording
ENTER
RETURN
Ü
Delete
0
9
Number
Press ENTER to store.
Select a programmed Timer Recording to
delete the programming
1 select,
Delete this timer programming?
ENTER
OK
Yes
2 delete
View TV Guide (landscape or portrait)
Portrait
- sorted by time
Landscape - sorted by channels
TV Guide: Landscape
TV Guide date
TV Guide time
Channel
Selected
programme
Details available
Time: 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00 21:30
BBC1
Red Cap
CSI NY DIY S.O.S.
Hot Wars
Holliday Programme
BBC2
ITV1
Emmerd Corotation Street
The Bill
Channel4 Scrapheap Challenge Pepsi Chart Show
Channel5 News
Sex in the City
Terminator2
News
Me out of here! Pop Idol
ITV2
Scrapheap
Challenge
15
to
1
Rugbi
S4C
+24 Hr
SELECT
VIEW
RETURN
1 BBC1
GUIDE
To change the layout
(Portrait/Landscape)
A Timer Recording
is programmed
Prog. Type
Category
Page +
info
TV Guide: Portrait
Page Guide Change Display Mode Mon 13th
Landscape
19:30 - 20:15
20:15 - 21:30
21:30 - 21:45
21:45 - 22:00
22:00 - 22:15
22:15 - 22:30
22:45 - 23:30
23:30 - 00:20
2 BBC2
Red Cap
Hot Wars
Corotation Street
Scrapheap Challenge
News
Me out of here!
Rugbi
Sex in the City
+24 Hr
-24 Hr
SELECT
Portrait
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Current date
and time
Mon 06/03/06 19:35
Category
Prog. Type
All Services
All Types
Mon 06th
19:00 - 20:00 Emmerdale : In todays's show we will find a way...
1
2
7
10
31
45
70
TIMER REC
RETURN
No
Confirm [Yes] with
ENTER to delete.
Mon 06/03/06 19:35
Category
All Services
7 ITV1
Category
info
Guide Change Display Mode
Prog. Type
All Types
10 Channel4
Prog. Type
Page +
Page -
TIONS
FUNC
TV Guide
To Others
TV
TV Guide
Timer Recording menu for analogue stations (A)
2 BBC 2W
3 ITV1 Wal
6 ITV2
7 BBC THR
901 (A) ***
902 (A) ***
Hot Wars
Holliday Programme
Emmerd Corotation Street
The Bill
Scrapheap Challenge Pepsi Chart Show
News
Sex and the City
Terminator2
No information available for analogue services
No information available for analogue services
+24 Hr
SELECT
VIEW
RETURN
Prog. Type
Category
[No information
available for
analogue services]
ENTER
OK
Name
Date
Start
901 ***** 3/ 3 FRI
14:15
Stop
- -:- -
All services : -----
2 set
Page +
Page -
info
Guide Change Display Mode
Remain 1:54 SP
14:15:16 6/ 3 MON
Timer
Recording
1 select,
HDD
Mode DVD STTL
SP DVD On
Programme Name
Please set Channel.
Change
Profile
ENTER
RETURN
0
9
Number
20
(Timer programming screen)
Analogue stations (A)
The TV Guide does not contain information for analogue programmes.
Functions of the coloured buttons
+24 Hr
-24 Hr
(red)
Category
(green) (yellow)
Prog. Type
(blue)
Category
All Services
All
Services
999
ITV1
Free TV
Radio
Information
Profile 1
Profile 2
Profile 3
Profile 4
(yellow)
to next day
1 select
ENTER
OK
Prog. Type
All Types
to view a programme list
of the selected category
to view a programme
list of the selected type
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Type list
All Types
Movies
News and Factual
Entertainment
Sport
Children's
Education
Lifestyle
Drama
(blue)
category
2 view
Edit Profiles:
to previous day
Functions of the channel button
Category list
1 select
ENTER
OK
type
2 view
View details of the programme
TV Guide
Mon 06/03/06 19:35
Fri 18th
Spending Other People's Money
BBC ONE Wales, Lifestyle
19:30-20:00, 30min.
To scroll the programme
page in the Portrait View.
To scroll the channel page
in the Landscape View.
A flashy car salesman loses his cool when his stingy friend
takes over his wallet. He's forced to sell his possessions
at a car boot sale to pay for food. [S]
Details
available
TIMER REC
RETURN
Return to List
to return to the
start page
Automatic title transfer
When programmes are recorded from the TV Guide, the name of the selected programme is transferred automatically for the
recording. If an analogue station broadcasts teletext, the unit automatically records the name of the programme and the station,
on condition that the [Title page] setting has been entered correctly in the station table.
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It can take approx. 10 minutes to find the title with this unit, and sometimes this fails.
Note
The programme overview is available immediately if your DVD Recorder has found a
digital station and loaded the information in the memory. This process can take a while
depending on the particular station.
The programme overview data are continuously downloaded in the background when the
unit is switched on. That means that the programme overview can sometimes change
while you are looking at it.
If the unit is disconnected from the AC mains, all programme data are lost
The broadcasters allocate individual programmes to topic areas. If the selection is not
complete, this is not an error in the unit.
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TIONS
FUNC
Manual Timer Recording
Timer programming overview
Remain
TIMER
RECORDING
Making the settings
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3 THU
Drive
HDD
No. Name Date
Start Stop DVD Mode STTL space
01 BBC 0 6/ 3 THU 17:00 17:15 HDD SP OFF OK
02 BBC 2 6/ 3 THU 20:45 21:30 HDD SP OFF OK
New Timer Programme
PROG/CHECK
Recording
HDD 36:40 SP
Remain
Timer
Recording
1 select,
ENTER
OK
Name
Date
Start
--/- - - All Services : ----
2 access
HDD 36:40 SP
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3/ THU
Stop
VPS
HDD
DVD Mode STTL
- -:- - - -:- - - - - -
SP
Programme Name
Please set Channel.
[Chan. Name] BBC 2W
ENTER
RETURN
S
Delete
SUB MENU
Select to edit a Timer programming
Select for a new Timer programming
Timer Off
Remain
Timer
Recording
Name
Date
Start
6 ITV2 6/ 3 THU
1
HDD 36:40 SP
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3/ THU
Stop
21:30 22:00 DVD
SP
ON
Programme Name
select
the item
2
ENTER
RETURN
change
settings
ENTER
OK
3
set the
programming
+
+
+
+
To delete entrys
To enter the
programme name 23
set
Subtitles [On] or [Off]
Recorded subtitles
cannot be deleted later.
Recording mode
(XP, SP, LP, EP, FR)
Choice of drive (HDD/DVD)
one day ahead
ENTER
OK
ENTER
OK
Remaining time
Actual time and date
Delete
(blue)
Date
Number
ENTER
OK
Programme position/name
to change the profile
Repeat 1 and 2 for Name, Date
Start, Stop, Mode and STTL.
9
select,
Press ENTER to input a programme name.
ENTER
OK
0
HDD
VPS
DVD Mode STTL
All Services : ITV2
News
Making the settings
Change
Profile
ENTER
RETURN
Ending time
daily or weekly (press repeatly)
Weekly SAT/FRI/THU/WED/TUE/MON/SUN:
Same time on the same day every week
Daily MON-FRI: Monday to Friday
Daily MON-SAT: Monday to Saturday
Daily SUN-SAT: Sunday to Saturday
Starting time
hold to increase/decrease
starting or ending time in 30
minute intervals
ENTER
OK
RENEW: [On]: when the date is set to daily or e.g. Mon. to Sat. The old recording
is overwritten with the new recording. [Off]: the recordings are made continuously.
Timer programming overview
Remain
TIMER
RECORDING
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3 THU
Drive
HDD
No. Name Date
Start Stop DVD Mode STTL space
01 BBC 0 6/ 3 THU 17:00 17:15 HDD SP OFF OK
02 BBC 2 6/ 3 THU 20:45 21:30 HDD SP OFF OK
New Timer Programme
PROG/CHECK
HDD 36:40 SP
[Chan. Name] BBC 2W
ENTER
RETURN
SUB MENU
S
Delete
Timer Off
S
SUB MENU
Delete
Timer Off
Symbols
23 99
Drive space
Storage space (HDD/DVD)
OK: Enough storage space available.
(Date): For recordings that are made daily or
weekly, there is enough storage space on the disc.
! : The disc was not inserted, it is write-protected or
there is insufficient storage space available.
Relief Recording
The unit automatically switches over to HDD if the
selected DVD does not have sufficient storage space for
the programmed recording.
to delete selected Timer programming
Timer On/Timer Off
Stop Recording
1 select,
ENTER
OK
2 to edit the Timer
to stop the current
Timer Recording
programming
Timer On/Timer Off
(during Timer Recording)
Timer Off/Timer On
Deactivate or activate a Timer programming e.g. to interrupt a daily or weekly Timer
programming.
20
(red)
to delete a Timer
programming
TIONS
FUNC
Manual Timer Recording
Recording
The recorded titles can only be copied in High Speed Mode later on if the titles were
originally recorded in High Speed Mode on the HDD.
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Note
Make sure that there is a recordable disc in the selected drive. Otherwise, the Timer
Recording will not run.
The unit automatically switches to timer mode.
REC flashes in the unit's display one minute before the recording is set to start.
A Timer Recording does not start while a disc is being formatted, deleted or finalized.
The recording begins afterwards.
HDD RAM If you programmed the timer programmes one after the other in sequential
order, the first few seconds of the second Timer Recording are not recorded.
With other types of discs, it is approx. 30 seconds.
If you receive your TV programme via a satellite receiver (digital/analogue):
On the external unit, select the station with the programme that you want to record.
The station can not be changed during the recording.
The programme on the set station is always recorded.
Name
: Select [AV2] as the name of the TV station with
.
Timer Recording via external units (e.g. satellite receiver)
Recording programming on an external unit
DRIVE
SELECT
The programming for a Timer Recording takes place on an
external unit. Read the operating instructions for your external unit.
EXT LINK
(DVD
or HDD)
EXT LINK
Prematurely cancelling recording
the transfer of
1 Stop
the recording signal 2
To switch
Ext Link off
The recording begins if an appropriate signal is received from a
connected unit. As long as a video picture is transmitted by the
external unit, the selected drive will record it.
Playback from the selected drive
during Ext Link mode
Setting for external
units (EXT LINK)
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EXT LINK
on the external unit.
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To Others
TIONS
FUNC
VIDEO Plus+ Recording (for analogue channels)
VIDEO Plus+ Record
Entering a VIDEO Plus+ number causes the data for programmes provided by broadcasters to be saved. The appropriate codes
can be found in newspapers and TV guides. You can programme up to 32 programmes per month in advance.
1 enter the
VIDEO Plus+
Record
Remain 1:54 SP
14:15:16 6/ 3 MON
1
2
3
VIDEO Plus+ 4 5 6
code
7 8 9
Timer
Recording
Remain
HDD 36:40 SP
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3/ THU
0
delete a
number to
correct
VIDEO Plus+
Input PlusCode Number 0-9, and press ENTER.
Name
Date
6 ITV2 6/ 3 THU
ENTER
OK
Start
Stop
HDD
VPS
DVD Mode STTL
21:30 22:00 DVD
All Services : ITV2
News
SP
ON
ENTER
OK
Programme Name
Press ENTER to input a programme name.
ENTER
RETURN
0
9
Number
ENTER
RETURN
2 set
ENTER
OK
Delete
Missing or incorrectly transferred
data can be corrected 20 99
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TIONS
FUNC
Timer Recording from Sat with VIDEO Plus+
To Others
VIDEO Plus+ Record
VIDEO Plus+ Codes for satellite receivers
This DVD Recorder is not designed to control (switch on or change channel) your satellite receiver. However, it can be taught to
recognize VIDEO Plus+ Codes for satellite stations. The satellite receiver must be switched on and the correct station selected.
Some receivers have their own timer facility for this purpose.
Please refer to your satellite receiver instructions for use of such timer facilities.
For your DVD Recorder to recognize the VIDEO Plus+ Codes for each satellite station, you must teach your DVD Recorder
which channel or AV input to record from for the first time. Otherwise when setting a VIDEO Plus+ recording, the [--] symbol will
appear in the channel position indicating that the DVD Recorder does not know which channel position to set. Once you have
set the channel/AV input the DVD Recorder will remember it whenever you use a VIDEO Plus+ Code for the station again.
VIDEO Plus+
Remain
TIMER
RECORDING
HDD 36:40 SP
DVD 1:30 SP
9:40:23 6/ 3 THU
Drive
HDD
No. Name Date
Start Stop DVD Mode STTL space
01 AV2 6/ 3 THU 17:00 17:15 HDD SP --- OK
02 AV2 6/ 3 THU 20:45 21:30 HDD SP --- OK
New Timer Programme
!
!
!
!
[Chan. Name] BBC 2W
ENTER
RETURN
S
SUB MENU
!
Delete
Timer Off
!
!
Press the VIDEO Plus+ button.
Enter a VIDEO Plus+ Code from a satellite TV Guide for a satellite channel,
e.g. Sky 1 using the numeric buttons. Press to correct any mistakes.
Press the ENTER button. [--] will appear instead of a channel number/AV input.
Press the CH button to select the channel or AV input that is to be used for
recording from the satellite channel.
Press the ENTER button to memorize the setting. The DVD Recorder will now
automatically set the programme position or AV input correctly when a
VIDEO Plus+ recording is set for this satellite station in the future.
Press
to select the programme that you have just set. Now press the Ü button
to delete it from the Timer Recording list. It is no longer needed.
Repeat the steps above until you have set and deleted dummy Timer Recordings
for each of the satellite stations that you will make VIDEO Plus+ recordings from.
Press RETURN when you have finished.
Symbols
The title is currently being recorded.
HDD
The title was recorded on HDD.
Shows a Timer programming.
DVD
The title was recorded on DVD.
A daily or weekly Timer Recording was stopped.
The icon disappears when next Timer Recording starts.
The title is automatically renewed.
W
The title overlaps other recordings.
The title is selected.
F
HDD/DVD was full. The title could not be recorded.
Titles and playback lists which can be copied on a
DVD-R etc. in the high speed mode, but not on +R, +R
DL, and +RW.
The programme cannot be played back due to damaged
data or cannot be recorded for another reason.
Titles and playback lists which can be copied on a
DVD-R etc. in the high speed mode.
The title is write protected.
The title is provided for one-time copying and will be
deleted after it is copied.
The programme was copy-protected so that the title
could not be recorded.
Titles or playlists with pictures (pictures cannot be
copied).
The title was transferred from DVD to HDD.
Title with restriction for one-time copying.
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NTSC
PAL
The title or the playlist was recorded with a TV
system other than that currently set in the unit.
Titles and playlists with these markings possibly
cannot be played back. Switch your TV system
to playback these titles/playlists.
Entering text
B
AC
You can give names to your programmes or discs in the different menus and while setting up the Timer Recording.
1 select
Enter Name
TERRALUNA_
ENTER
OK
1
1
2
3
2
A B
C
3
D E
F
4
G H
I
Delete
Add to List
List Names
5
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K
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6
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7
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8
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9
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SELECT
ENTER
4
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6
7
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3 e.g.: the letter "R":
6 Press 7 to switch to the 7th line.
9 Press 7 twice to select "R"
1 2
4 5
7 8
0
or
2 set
PAUSE
ENTER
OK
to delete
a letter
|
Space
RETURN
add name to
the Name List
3 apply the name/title.
STOP
to open the
Name List
Top Menu Preview
Enter Name
TERRALUNA_
1
Top Menu Preview
TERRALUNA
1
2
A B
C
3
D E
F
4
G H
I
5
J
L
2
K
-R -RW(V) +R -R DL +R DL +RW
3
In the DIRECT NAVIGATOR, select the setting [Enter Name]. The Top Menu Preview also appears.
The later display of the title is shown. Add blanks, hyphens etc. to write the title as you want it.
Selecting a name from the Name List
Deleting a selected name from the List Names
List Names
01 ASTRA
02 TERRALUNA
SUB MENU
1 select,
Delete Name
S
ENTER
OK
ENTER
OK
2 set
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
S
SUB MENU
TIONS
FUNC
Delete
TIONS
FUNC
Playback
Recording
Delete
Copy
To Others
NAVIGATOR
LÖSCHEN
DELETE
Navigator
TitleTitelansicht
View
1
select
Delete
ENTER
OK
2
ENTER
RETURN
08
BBC
6/ 3 MON
--
access
BBC
(red)
VIDEO
Title View
to edit recorded titles
(green)
VIDEO
SUB MENU
S
6/ 3 MON
S
Page 02/02
SUB MENU
Select
PICTURE
Delete Album
Properties
Edit
Set up Protection
Cancel Protection
Album View
Title View
ENTER
OK
Next
Previous
Next
Properties
Information about the recorded title
(e.g. Name, Date and Time).
Edit
(Title View only)
Launch to [Set up Protection/Cancel
Protection].
Album View
PICTURE
Album View
to edit Albums/
JPEG pictures
to the previous
or next page
select,
6/ 3 MON
--
select,
ENTER
OK
SKIP
BBC
delete
Previous
to select several
elements
PICTURE
09
--
ENTER
RETURN
PAUSE
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
07
Delete
Title View
Switch between Album View (pictures)
or Title View (titles).
Delete Album
Delete an Album in the Album View.
set
Set up Protection
Cancel Protection
To protect titles, albums or pictures.
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STATUS displays/Digital channel information
Screen information
Discinformation
10:07:21 1/12
Remain
DVD-RAM
1:07 SP
1 DVB
BBC ONE Wales
0:50 SP
T10 0:05.14 SP
T14 0:05.14 SP
1 BBC ONE Wales
Wales today
17:00–17:15
Every time you change the station, a status display and digital channel
information appear automatically. They disappear again after a short time.
You can change the display time in the Setup menu.
Status display
To show the screen information again.
Status displays
DVD-RAM
1:07 SP
1 DVB
BBC 1
17:11 All Services
Change Category
info
Subtitle
TXT
NOW
Multi Audio
REC
PAUSE
Digital channel information
PLAY
Current medium
Current recording/playback status and remaining time
Current station position. DVB shows a digital station.
Current station
Record
Pause
Playback
Fast forward (5 stages)
Rewind (5 stages)
Slow motion (5 stages)
Slow-motion rewind (5 stages)
Pause playback
PLAY/x1,3 Quick View
Digital channel information
The digital channel information cannot be selected during playback or recording.
select
channel,
ENTER
OK
Programme
Channel
Signal quality
Current time
Category
view
information on
next programme
ENTER
OK
TV.
17:11
Change Category
NOW
info
Multi-Audio
TXT
1 BBC ONE Wales No Signal
Wales today
17:00–17:15
Encrypted
Extra information
Normal display
Broadcast time
(blue)
to change the
category
Digital TEXT for digital channels
To select another page
1 2
4 5
7 8
0
TEXT
to hide
Note
TXT = Digital Text
STTL = Subtitle
Programme is broadcast
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in multi-channel sound.
During scrambled broadcasting.
If the digital channel information shows [No Signal], [Bad Signal], [Encrypted] or
[No Service] or on selecting a radio station, the digital channel information cannot
disappear and is included in any current recording
TEXT
3
6
9
select
another page,
ENTER
OK
Quickly access to certain
topic areas and navigation
CREATE
CHAPTER MANUAL SKIP
access
During a recording the Digital TEXT function is not possible.
The features depend on the respective station.
When subtitle is on or additional information in the digital channel
information is displayed, Digital Teletext does not work.
Subtitles for digital channels
STTL
STTL
to activate
subtitles
to select the
subtitle language
to deactivate
subtitles
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Discinformation during playback and/or recording
1x
DVD-RAM
REC
PLAY
10:07:21 1/12
2x
to hide
24
49
T14 0:05.14 SP
Remain
0:50 SP
T10 0:05.14 SP
Current date and time.
Available recording time and recording mode
(0:50 SP = 50 minutes in SP mode).
Title number: shows the recording mode
and the current recording time of the title.
Title number: shows the recording mode
and the elapsed play time of the title.
FUNCTIONS menu
Display the FUNCTIONS menu to access the main functions on this unit quickly and select functions like Timer Recording etc.
FUNCTIONS
DVD-RAM
Disc Protection
Schreibschutz
AusOff
TIONS
FUNC
Playback
Recording
Delete
Copy
To Others
ENTER
RETURN
Select [To Others] to
view more functions.
ENTER
OK
1 select,
ENTER
OK
TV Guide
VIDEO Plus+ Record
Advanced Copy
Playlists
Flexible Rec
DV Auto Rec
Setup
DVD Management
2 set
Note
The FUNCTIONS menu cannot be launched during
playback.
TIONS
FUNC
You can access the main functions via FUNCTIONS.
The illustrations show DVD-RAM menus. The menu
entries may differ depending on the disc or the medium.
During Recording or Timer Recording, some menus
have a grey background and cannot be selected.
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Playback
Menu DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Recording
Timer programming in the Timer Recording menu
Delete
Menu Delete Navigator
23
Copy
Menu Copy
33
PROG/CHECK
20
To Others
GUIDE
18
TV Guide
TV Guide
VIDEO Plus+ Record
Menu VIDEO Plus+ Record
Advanced Copy
Menu Advanced Copy
Copy All Pictures
Menu Copy All Pictures (when using SD Card)
Playlists
Menu Playlists
Flexible Rec
Recording in FR mode
43
DV Auto Rec
Recording the DV signal
43
Setup
Changing your unit's presettings
44
HDD Management
Formatting and deleting all titles from HDD
54
DVD Management
Formatting and finalizing discs, write protection
54
Card Management
Formatting SD Cards
VIDEO Plus+
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34
39
40
55
25
FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Title View
07
PICTURE
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
--
--
--
--
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
BBC 2W 06/ 3 MON
Motors
-Previous
ENTER
RETURN
S
Next
Page 02/02
Select
SUB MENU
Previous
Overview of DIRECT NAVIGATOR
You can archive, edit or start playback after selecting a title in DIRECT NAVIGATOR.
Selecting a title or chapter
! Select a title or chapter with
9 .
or 0
Selecting other pages
! Select [Previous] or [Next] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Cancelling a function
! Depending on the specific entry, select [No] or [Cancel] with
and confirm
with ENTER. You can also cancel a function with RETURN.
Next
Title View Delete
SUB MENU
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Title View
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
S
PICTURE
No. Name Date Day Time Name of title
01 BBC O 6/ 3
02 BBC 2 11/ 3
03 CBBC 10/ 3
Properties
Edit
Chapter View
Table Display
MON 17:00 Sports
SAT 14:00 Motors
FRI 20:45 Terra X
Rec time
0:00(LP)
Album View
Editing is not possible
during recording.
ENTER
ENTER
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Enter Name
Set up Protection
Cancel Protection
Partial Delete
Change Thumbnail
Divide Title
Chapter View
SUB MENU
S
Title View
Page 01/01
ENTER
RETURN
S
SUB MENU
Select
Launching the DIRECT NAVIGATOR menu
! Press FUNCTIONS.
! Confirm [
Playback] with ENTER. The DIRECT NAVIGATOR menu appears.
VIDEO
RED button: Title View
Playback
! Select a title with
PICTURE
GREEN button: Picture View (JPEG)
and start playback with ENTER.
SUB MENU
S
!
!
Delete
Terra X
Date
Name
10/ 3/ 2006 FRI Time
Arte
16:40
Remaining Time 2:00(SP)
Corresponding chapter of playlists will be deleted.
Cancel
Delete
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Properties
Terra X
Time
No.
03
Date 10/ 3/2006 FRI Rec time
Name ARTE
ENTER
0:45
0:01(SP)
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
PICTURE
No. Name Date Day Time Name of title
01 ZDF
06.3. Mo 17:00 heute
Sort
02 EUROS
11. 3. Sa 14:00 Motors
03 ARTE 10. 3. Fr 20:45 Terra X
Titles are sorted according to the following items.
No.
Name
Date
Day
Start Time
Name of title
SELECT
ENTER
Press SUB MENU to edit a title.
Select the desired option with
and confirm with ENTER.
Delete
Properties
Edit
Chapter View
Table Display
Delete
Album View
When you execute this process, the title will be deleted
and cannot be restored.
! Confirm [Delete] with ENTER.
! Select [Delete] with
and confirm with ENTER.
The available recording time may remain the same after deleting a short title.
In the case of a DVD-RAM, the storage space of a deleted title becomes available
for a new recording. For -RW(V), +RW: Available recording space increases only
when the last recorded title is deleted. With other discs (-R, R DL, +R, +R DL), the
storage space is not released by deleting titles.
Properties
Information on the title, such as name, date and time is displayed.
! Select [Properties] with
and confirm with ENTER.
RETURN
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Title View
Aufn.-Zeit
0:52(SP)
Delete Chapter
Create Chapter
Combine Chapters
Table Display/Thumbnail Display: changing the Title View.
The last used display remains saved even when the unit is switched off.
Sort: Sorting in the Table Display of the Title View. HDD
The titles can be sorted according to No., Name, Date, Day, Start Time and Name of
title. The adjusted search option is underlined.
! Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Seite 01/01
RETURN
Album View/Title View: VIDEO (GREEN button) / PICTURE (RED button).
Display of video data or picture data.
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE . A check appears.
Repeat this process to select other titles. Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Editing titles in the SUB MENU
SUB MENU
Delete
Properties
Edit
S
!
!
Select [Edit] with
and confirm with ENTER.
In the submenu, select the desired option with
confirm with ENTER.
and
-RW ( VR ) Not available
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Enter Name
Enter or change the title of the programmes.
The full name is displayed in the Properties submenu.
Set up Protection
! Select [Yes] with
Enter Name
Chapter View
Set up Protection
Table Display
Cancel Protection
Album ViewPartial Delete
Change Thumbnail
Divide Title
HDD RAM +R DL +R +RW
and confirm with ENTER.
is displayed.
HDD RAM +R DL +R +RW
Cancel Protection
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Partial Delete
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
Terra X
PICTURE
PLAY
Start
End
Next
Exit
0:00.35
Start
End
--:--.-Partial Delete --:--.-Terra X
Date
10/ 3/2006 FRI
Name BBC
Time
!
0:45
!
Corresponding chapter of playlists will be deleted.
Delete
Cancel
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Change Thumbnail
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
Terra X
HDD RAM
Partial Delete
Make sure that you really want to delete parts of the recording.
! At the desired start point, confirm [Start] with ENTER.
! At the desired end point, confirm [End] with ENTER.
! If you want to carry out the deletion, select [Exit] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! In the next screen, select [Delete] with
and confirm with ENTER.
You exit the menu after the deletion.
!
1:15(SP)
Remaining Time
PICTURE
PLAY
Change
disappears.
To delete other parts, confirm [Next] with ENTER.
Select [Delete] with and confirm with ENTER.
After each deletion, you can select the next start and end point.
To exit the menu, select [Exit] with
and press ENTER.
You may not be able to identify a start and end point if they are less than
3 seconds apart or if the recorded image is a still picture. The unit
switches to PAUSE mode at the end of the title. The available recording
time on the disc may remain the same after deletion.
-RW ( VR ) Not available
Change Thumbnail
You can select any position in a title as the thumbnail for the title view.
! Press PLAY
to start playback.
! At the position which is to be displayed as the new thumbnail, confirm [Change]
with ENTER. The selected thumbnail is displayed.
! Confirm [Exit] with ENTER. The selected thumbnail is displayed in the title view.
Exit
0:00.35
Change Start play and select the image
--:--.-- of a thumbnail.
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Divide Title
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
Terra X
PICTURE
PLAY
Preview
Divide
Exit
0:20.35
Divide
--:--.-- Divide Title
Terra X
Date
10/ 3/ 2006 FRI
Name BBC
Time
0:45
HDD RAM
Divide Title
You can divide a selected title. A divided title cannot be joined together again.
! At the position where the title is to be divided, confirm [Divide] with ENTER.
! Confirm [Preview] with ENTER. A section will be played back from 10 seconds
before to 10 seconds after the dividing point.
! Confirm [Exit] with ENTER.
! In the next screen, select [Divide] with
and confirm with ENTER.
A short section of the recording right before the dividing point may be lost. The
divided titles retain the name of the original title.
You cannot use this function if the resulting sections are extremely short or if you
have saved more than 99 titles to DVD-RAM (500 titles to HDD).
Once divided, this title cannot be
recombined.
Divide
SELECT
ENTER
Cancel
RETURN
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FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Editing chapters in the SUB MENU
!
!
!
!
!
HDD RAM
Press FUNCTIONS.
Confirm [ Playback] with ENTER.
Select the desired title with
in the Title View menu.
Press SUB MENU.
Select [Chapter View] with
and confirm with ENTER.
SUB MENU
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Chapter View
02 EUROSPORT
001
002
11/ 3/ SAT
003
!
004
0:00.02
0:00.01
!
0:00.04
0:00.03
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Previous
S
PICTURE
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
Delete
Properties
Edit
!
Select the desired chapter with
Press SUB MENU.
Select the desired option with
and confirm with ENTER.
.
in the submenu
Chapter View
Table Display
Delete Chapter
Album View
Create Chapter
Combine Chapters
Title View
Next
Page 01/01
Delete Chapter
! Select [Delete] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Create Chapter
Divide the title into chapters. Determine the points where a new chapter needs to
begin. The chapters can be selected later during playback with SKIP
.
! Press ENTER at the position where you want to create the chapter.
! Repeat this step to create additional chapters.
! Select [Exit] with
and confirm with ENTER.
A short section right before the dividing point may be lost.
Combine Chapters
Selected Chapter
Following Chapter
002
001
Combine Chapters
! Select [Combine] with
and confirm with ENTER.
The selected chapter is combined with the following chapter.
Combine chapters.
Combine
SELECT
ENTER
Cancel
RETURN
Title View: Return to Title View.
You can jump to the beginning/end of a title/chapter with PAUSE
Find the position for a marker with SKIP
, SLOW/SEARCH
TIME SLIP, MANUAL SKIP or
.
You can jump between set markers with SKIP
.
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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and SKIP
,
.
FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
JPEG/TIFF playback from HDD/DVD-RAM/SD
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group), a system for compressing/decoding
coloured still pictures. There are only slight losses in picture quality in spite of the
extreme compression.
TIFF (Tag Image File Format), a system for compressing/decoding coloured still
pictures. It allows digital cameras and other units to save top quality pictures.
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Picture playback
Album View
Album View
6/ 3/ 06
100_DVD
004
PICTURE
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
Total 10
002
003
23/ 9/ 05 Total 12
1/ 10/05 Total 5
---
---
SD
ENTER
Vext
Previous
Page 01/01
ENTER to show
S SUB MENU
Slide Show Press
pictures.
ENTER
RETURN
!
!
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Picture (JPEG) View
DVD-RAM
Album Name
ENTER
Picture
VIDEO
101_DVD
0001
0002
0003
0004
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
Previous
ENTER
RETURN
S
Page 001/001
SUB MENU
Picture
GREEN Button:
Picture (JPEG) View
!
!
Next
Select
!
Playback
Picture (JPEG) View
HDD RAM
If you have saved pictures in JPEG format on HDD or DVD-RAM, you can playback
and edit these using the Album View function.
The albums are displayed with preview pictures.
To playback the pictures, an album must be selected and opened.
Press DIRECT NAVIGATOR.
HDD RAM In the title view, press SUB MENU. Select Album View with
ENTER to confirm.
and press
In the Album View select the required album with
and press ENTER to
confirm.
Select the required picture in the Picture (JPEG) View with
or 0 9 and
press ENTER to start the playback
Press STOP to stop the playback.
Display picture attributes
! Press twice
during the playback to select the display.
! Press
again to leave the display.
SUB MENU
S
Rotate RIGHT
Rotate LEFT
Zoom in
SUB MENU
S
ENTER
RETURN
Rotate RIGHT
Rotate LEFT
Zoom in
SUB MENU during picture playback HDD RAM SD -R CD
! Press SUB MENU.
! Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
13:30:49 6/ 3
Folder-Picture No. 101-0001
Date
6/ 3/ 2006
No.
1/ 4
If TIFF still pictures are played back or if
there are a lot of files, sessions and/or
folders, it can take a relatively long time to
display the data.
ENTER
RETURN
Rotate RIGHT/Rotate LEFT
Press SUB MENU during the playback.
! Select the required setting with
and press ENTER to confirm.
!
Zoom in/Zoom out (Only available for pictures smaller than 640 x 480 pixels)
Press SUB MENU during the playback.
! Select [Zoom in] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! To go back to the original size, press ENTER to confirm [Zoom out].
!
!
Press RETURN to return to the Album View.
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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FUNCTIONS / Playback
Album View
Album View
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
VIDEO
DVD-RAM
6/ 3/ 06
100_DVD
004
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Total 10
SD
Slide Show from the Album View
Select the required Album from the Album View with
! Press PLAY .
!
002
003
5/ 3/ 06 Total 12
1/ 10/ 06 Total 5
---
---
Picture
HDD RAM
.
SUB MENU
Start--- Slide Show --Slide Show Setting
Add Pictures
01/01
CreateSeite
Album
Slide Show
Edit Album
S
Vorherige
ENTER
RETURN
S
Next
Seite 01/01
Slide Show
SUB MENU
SUB MENU in the Album View
! Press SUB MENU.
! Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Title View
Start Slide Show
The pictures of the selected folder are played back automatically in succession in the
selected display interval. The Slide Show is repeated if you have set [Repeat Play] to
[On] in the Slide Show.
! Press STOP
to stop the Slide Show.
Slide Show Setting
Set Display Interval and Repeat Play.
Display interval
5 sec.
Repeat Play
Off
Press ENTER to set.
SELECT
ENTER
Slide Show Settings
You can stipulate the Display Interval for each picture, together with Repeat Play of
the Slide Show.
! Select [Display interval] with
for each picture.
! For Repeat Play of the Slide Show select [Display interval] with
and change the
setting with
.
! Press ENTER to confirm.
RETURN
Add Pictures
Pictures are assigned to the selected album from other albums.
! Select [Start] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select the required album with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Step 2 Use Copy Pictures to copy individual pictures or Copy Album to copy a
complete album.
! Select [Copy Pictures] or [Copy Album] with
.
! Press ENTER to confirm.
! Copy pictures: select the pictures you want to copy and press ENTER to
confirm.
Step 3 The pictures of the selected Album are copied.
Step 4 ! To continue copying, select [Yes] with and press ENTER to confirm.
Repeat steps 1-3.
! To end copying, press ENTER to confirm [No].
Step 1
Add Pictures
DVD-RAM
Step
1
2
12/ 9/ 05 Total 10
100_DVD
004
Previous
ENTER
RETURN
4
Please select album to copy.
003
002
001
3
23/ 9/ 05 Total 12
1/ 10/ 05 Total 5
CAR
Date: 13/ 7/2003
---
---
Page 01/01
Next
!
Create Album
To create a new album, pictures must already exist on the disc or SD card. Pictures
from the selected album are copied into the new album on being created.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Step 1
Select the required Album which you would like to copy the pictures with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Step 2 Use Copy Pictures to copy individual pictures or Copy Album to copy a
complete album.
! Select [Copy Pictures] or [Copy Album] with
.
! Press ENTER to confirm.
! Copy pictures: select the pictures you want to copy and press ENTER to
confirm.
!
Step 3 The pictures of the selected Album are copied.
Step 4
!
!
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To continue copying, select [Yes] with and press ENTER to confirm.
Repeat steps 1-3.
To end copying, press ENTER to confirm [No].
Select [Yes] to give the Album a name.
Enter the Album name.
If you select [No], then the date is saved as name of the Album.
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FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
SUB MENU in the Album View
SUB MENU
Start Slide Show --Slide Show Setting
S
Add Pictures
! Press SUB MENU.
Create Album
! Select the required option with
and
Edit Album
press ENTER to confirm.
Enter
Copy to HDD
--- Album Name
--Delete Album
Edit Album
Title View
Set up Protection
! Select [Edit Album] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
CancelSeite
Protection
01/01
!
Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Enter Album Name Enter the Album name.
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Delete Album
The selected Album is deleted and cannot be recovered.
! Select [Delete] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Set up Protection/Cancel Protection
You can set up or remove cancel protection for pictures.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Copy to HDD / copy to DVD-RAM
The pictures of the album are copied to the HDD or to DVD-RAM
! Select [Start] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
SUB MENU
S
DIRECT NAVIGATOR Picture (JPEG) View
DVD-RAM
Album Name
VIDEO
Date 12/ 9/2005
0001
0002
0003
0004
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
Previous
ENTER
RETURN
Page 001/001
S
Select
SUB MENU
PICTURE
Delete
Nächste ----- Picture
Set up Protection
Cancel Protection
DPOFSeite 01/01
SUB MENU in the Picture (JPEG) View HDD RAM SD
Select an Album in the Album View with
and
press ENTER to confirm.
01/01
AlbumSeite
View
! Press SUB MENU in the Picture (JPEG) View
! Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
!
Delete Picture
The selected picture is deleted and cannot be recovered.
! Select [Delete] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Next
Set up Protection/Cancel Protection
You can set up or remove cancel protection for pictures.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
SD
DPOF
Stipulates the number of picture prints in the selected folder.
! Select the number with
or with the numerical buttons and press ENTER to
confirm. The pictures are marked with Picture (JPEG) View.
0 resets the setting. Settings adjusted previously with other units are reset.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is a standard format for printing freeze frames
recorded for example with a digital camera.
It may be possible that other units cannot show the printer settings adjusted with
this unit (DPOF). If the folders or files do not correspond to the DCF standard or
there is not enough capacity on the card, the setting cannot be adjusted.
Album View
Return to Album View.
Select Folder
Select folder to access.
\DCIM
SD
Select Folder
You can select a folder directly and open it. It may be possible that folders
which were not created with this unit cannot be opened.
! Select the required folder with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Press ENTER to set.
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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FUNCTIONS / Playback
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
JPEG/TIFF playback from CD/DVD-R
Menu
Select file type.
The Disc contains JPEG/TIFF data as well as MP3 data. After inserting the disk, the
message appears referring to the preset playback mode.
! Press ENTER to confirm.
! Press FUNCTIONS and press ENTER to confirm the menu.
! Select the required file type with
and press ENTER to confirm.
MP3
JPEG
ENTER
RETURN
Press DIRECT NAVIGATOR. The screen Picture (JPEG) View appears.
Playback of single pictures
! Select the required picture with
or with 0 9 and press ENTER to start
playback.
! Stop picture playback with STOP or DIRECT NAVIGATOR.
!
JPEG Menu
Picture (JPEG) View
CD (JPEG)
No. 1
Folder
0001
0002
0003
0004
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
Folder
Start Slide Show
Slide Show Setting
Previous
!
!
Seite 001/001
!
Next
ENTER
RETURN
Select [Folder] with .
Press SUB MENU.
Select the required option with
Start Slide Show
30
Slide Show Setting
30
and press ENTER to confirm.
Change folder
Select [Folder] with and press ENTER to confirm. The available folders are
shown.
! Select the required folder with
and press ENTER to confirm.
You can select a folder directly and open it. It may be possible that you cannot open
folders not created with this unit.
!
Menu
MP3 playback
MP3
JPEG
ENTER
Menu
G
1
T
1
TOTAL
1/ 12
Number
0 -- 9
Prev.
Next
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Menu
G
1
T
1
TOTAL
1/ 12
Number
0 -- 9
SELECT
ENTER
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RETURN
-R
CD
This unit can play MP3 that were recorded with a computer. Files are captured as
tracks and folders as groups.
"TOTAL" includes all tracks in all groups on the disc.
Select file type.
RETURN
No.
Group
1 : Set me Free
Total
Track
Tree
1 01 - Only Truth
2 02 - Set Me Free
3 03 - More Precious
4 04 - Not My Will
5 05 - My Lord And My God
6 06 - Lead Me To Rest
7 07 - Nobody But Jesus
8 08 - Special Kind Of Love
9 09 - Long Way To Go
10 10 - Hush
Page 001/002
In addition to MP3 data, the disc also contains JPEG data:
After a disc is inserted, a message appears regarding the preset playback mode.
! Confirm the message with ENTER.
! Press FUNCTIONS and confirm [Menu] with ENTER.
! Select the desired file type with
and confirm with ENTER.
Starting playback
!
!
!
Press DIRECT NAVIGATOR to launch the Menu screen.
Select the desired track with
or 0 9 and confirm with ENTER.
Playback takes place up to the last track in the selected group.
Press STOP to end playback.
Use DIRECT NAVIGATOR or RETURN to exit the screen.
Browse through the pages with SKIP
.
The lists of groups follow one after the other.
Tree
G
26 Sep 2003
DCIM
Acapella (MP3)
Set Me Free
Instrumental (WMA)
Piano
1/ 1
G:
T:
Shows the track currently
being played
Group number
Track number in the group
TOTAL: Selected track number/
Total number of tracks
No.:
Selected group number
Group: Selected group name
Selecting a group
! Press
to switch to the Tree menu.
! Select the desired group with
and confirm with ENTER.
The contents of the selected group are displayed.
FUNCTIONS
Copy
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW
HDD
You can use the COPY Navigator to copy titles or pictures from HDD to DVD. Other
media than RAM are finalized after copying. They can then be played back on other
players. Further recording is not possible on a finalized disc.
Copying in High Speed Mode is only possible if the title was recorded previously in High Speed Mode on HDD.
While copying in High Speed Mode, the unit makes noises which can be reduced.
Destination Capacity:
4291MB
Size:
171MB( 4%)
COPY Navigator
TIONS
FUNC
Playback
Recording
Delete
Copy
Total : 2
HDD
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No. Name Date Day Time Name of title
1
Copy
ENTER
OK
To Others
2
ENTER
RETURN
001 BBC 0 25/11 FRI
002 BBC 2 25/11 FRI
select
10:50 BBC News
11:30 EGGHEADS
Rec time
0:52(SP)
access
Page 01/01
ENTER
RETURN
S
Select
SUB MENU
COPY Navigator
Symbols
COPY Navigator
Total : 2
HDD
1
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Destination Capacity:
4291MB
Size:
171MB( 4%)
select title
ENTER
OK
Available storage space
Required storage space
PAUSE
No. Name Date Day Time Name of title
Preview of the
selected title.
001 BBC 0 25/11 FRI
002 BBC 2 25/11 FRI
Recording time and
Recording mode of
the selected title
10:50 BBC News
11:30 EGGHEADS
to select several
elements
Title list
2
Rec time
0:52(SP)
ENTER
OK
copy
Page 01/01
ENTER
RETURN
S
SUB MENU
Select
3
Copy to DVD-R
Copy starts in High Speed mode.
Finalize the disc to play it on other DVD players.
The disc becomes play-only.
Start copying?
Cancel
Start
SUB MENU
Properties
Sort
S
select,
ENTER
OK
Recording or playback is impossible during copying.
set
Properties
Terra X
Time
No.
03
Date 10/ 3/2006 FRI Rec time
Name ARTE
0:45
0:01(SP)
Properties
Information on the title, such as name, date
and time is displayed.
select,
ENTER
OK
set
Copying now begins.
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL
ENTER
RETURN
Sort
Titles are sorted according to the following items.
No.
Name
Date
Day
Start Time
Name of title
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Sort
The titles can be sorted according to No.,
Name, Date, Day, Start Time and Name of
title. The adjusted search option is
underlined.
COPY Navigator
Finalizing the disc in progress.
It will take approximately 3 min.
Cannot stop finalizing.
Percent complete
67%
Finalising begins directly after copying and
finishes automatically. This procedure
cannot be stopped.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Advanced Copy
HDD
Information about High Speed copying
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Copying in the High Speed Mode allows for fast copying of titles, pictures and
playlists. Set the [Rec for High Speed Copy] setting to [On] in the [Setup] menu. For
copying to High Speed compatible discs, press ENTER to confirm [DVD Speed for
High Speed Copy] and adjust the necessary setting.
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW
However, the High Speed Copy Mode does not work in the following cases:
- the playlists consist of titles from different recording modes
- the playlists consist of several titles with the FR recording mode
- the playlists contain different audio modes
- the titles contain lots of deleted segments
- copying titles with MPEG2 moving pictures from SD card to HDD
- +R +R DL +RW titles recorded in FR and EP mode (min. 5 hours long) (indicated by
If you select a recording mode with higher quality than the original, this does not
improve the picture quality. However, it does prevent a deterioration in picture quality.
Notes for copying to DVD-R DL/+R DL
If you are not copying in High Speed Mode, the
titles are temporarily copied on the hard disk at
normal speed and then copied to DVD-R DL/+R
DL at high speed. The temporary tieles are then
deleted from the hard disk. Copying to DVD-R
DL/+R DL is not possible if
- there is not sufficient capacity on the hard disk
- the number of titles on the hard disk and the
number of titles copied to DVD-R DL/+R DL
together exceed 500.
If there is not sufficient capacity on the disc, the unit changes to the FR Mode. If you
are not copying in High Speed Mode, titles are copied in the original recording mode
and playback lists in the FR mode.
During copying, timer-controlled recordings are always made to the HDD regardless
of the selected recording drive.
No playlist can be reproduced when copying titles which are restricted for copying
just once.
Titles which are restricted for copying just once can be deleted from the hard disk
after copying to a CPRM-compatible DVD-RAM.
Titles with recording restrictions and playlists cannot be transferred to the same
copying list.
If you stop copying a title in the High Speed Mode in the middle, the corresponding
title is not recorded. Even if the title was not copied to DVD-R, DVD-RW(V) or +R,
this still reduces the remaining capacity of the disc.
Recording and playback during copying in High Speed Mode
HDD RAM Recording and playback are possible while copying in High Speed Mode but
with the following exceptions:
- delayed playback and copy list editing is not possible
- does not apply to copying with automatic finalizing
- does not apply to copying MPEG2 moving pictures to an SD card
- no playback of freeze frames
- no playback of playlists when copying titles permitting only one-off recording.
Copying in High Speed mode.
Please wait.
Press and hold RETURN for 3 sec to stop copying.
!
Completes in 0:04
Percent complete 24%
!
Press ENTER to record or play back.
Copy continues.
Press ENTER to switch the screen display off. This does not affect copying.
Select information about the copying procedure with .
If you stop copying a title in the High Speed Mode in the middle, the corresponding
title is not recorded.
Approximate copying timer (at maximum speed)
HDD
Recording
mode/-time
Required Speed
time
16x high speed
compatible -R
Required
time
Speed
4x high speed
compatible -R DL
4x high speed
compatible -RW(V)
8x high speed
compatible +R
2,4x high speed
compatible +R DL
4x high speed
compatible +RW
Required
time
Speed
Required
time
Speed
Required Speed
time
Required
time
Speed
Required Speed
time
12 min.
5x
6 min.
10x
15 min.
4x
15 min.
4x
8 min35.
7x
25 min.
2,4x
15 min.
6 min.
10x
2 min.25
25x
7 min.30
8x
7 min.30
8x
4 min.10
14x
12 min.30
4,8x
7 min.30
8x
3 min.
20x
1 min.15
48x
3 min.45
16x
3 min.45
16x
2 min.25
25x
6 min.15
7,2x
3 min.45
16x
EP(6 Hours)
2 min.
30x
52 sek.
69x
2 min.30
24x
2 min.30
24x
EP(8 Hours)
1,5 min.
40x
42 sek.
86x
1 min.53
32x
1 min.53
32x
XP
SP
LP 1 Hour
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5x high speed
compatible RAM
4x
)
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Advanced Copy
Copying from DVD-Video with time control
DVD-V
HDD
The complete disc can be copied or the copying time can be
defined. The titles are copied without chapters.
Nearly all commercially available videos and DVD-Videos have copy protection.
The contents of such media cannot be copied with this unit.
!
Copy
!
Cancel All
1 Copy Direction
DVD
2 Copy Mode
DVD-Video
3 Copy Time
HDD
DVD
Destination HDD
SP
Off
Start Copying
1 Copy Direction
Source
Source
DVD
Destination
HDD
Format
Recording Mode
DVD-Video
SP
Press ENTER to
change the settings.
3 Copy Time
Cancel All
All adjusted settings and copy lists are deleted!
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select the copy direction.
Select the copy direction.
2 Copy Mode
!
Press FUNCTIONS, select [To Others] with
and press ENTER.
Select [Advanced Copy] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select the required option with
.
Time Setting
Off
Enter the end time for
copying.
Time Setting
On
Copy Time
2:00
Press ENTER to
change the settings.
1 Copy Direction
Select [Source] with and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select DVD with
and press ENTER to confirm. The target drive is recognised
automatically.
! Go back to [Copy Direction] with
and select [Copy Mode] with .
!
2 Copy Mode
! Select [Recording Mode] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the required recording mode [XP,SP,LP,EP] with
and press ENTER
to confirm. The format is automatically detected.
The High Speed or Normal Speed setting is not possible during time-controlled
copying.
! Go back to [Copy Mode] with
and select [Copy Time] with .
3 Copy Time
! Select [Time Setting] with
! Select [On] or [Off] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
and press ENTER to confirm.
!
[On]: Select [Copy Time] with [Copy Time] and press ENTER to confirm.
Change the time setting with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Enter a time which is longer by a few minutes to compensate for the delay when
starting playback.
!
[Off]: when the copy time is off, the whole disc is copied if there is sufficient
capacity on the target drive.
Press to go back to [Copy Time] and select [Start Copying] with .
!
Start Copying
! Press ENTER to start copying.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press PLAY
to start playing the DVD-V. Copying stops at the set time setting.
! Press STOP
to stop copying prematurely and press ENTER to confirm the
message that then appears.
The PAUSE and SLOW/SEARCH
functions are possible during copying.
If the disc begins with a Top menu, start the corresponding titles.
If playback does not begin automatically, press PLAY .
These procedures and screen shots are also recorded.
When copying a DVD-Video, it is possible that the video and audio quality are not
quite the same as the original.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Advanced Copy
Copying titles and playlists with the copy list
HDD
-RW(VR)
RAM +RW
HDD
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL
HDD
Titles and playlists can be put together
in the required sequence in a copy list
and then copied.
Copying titles and playlists
Copy
!
!
Cancel All
HDD
HDD
Source
1 Copy Direction
DVD
Destination DVD
2 Copy Mode
VIDEO
High Speed
3 Create List
0
Select the copy direction.
Start Copying
1 Copy Direction
Source
HDD
Destination
DVD
Select the copy direction.
2 Copy Mode
VIDEO
Format
Recording Mode High Speed
Press ENTER to
change the settings.
3 Create List
VIDEO
HDD
0:45(SP)
002
BBC O 18/11 FRI
004
Previous
ENTER
RETURN
S
Cancel All
All created settings and copy lists are deleted!
! Select [Yes] with
[Yes] and press ENTER to confirm.
1 Copy Direction
! Select [Source] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the corresponding source drive with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select [Destination] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the corresponding target drive with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press
to go back to copy direction and select [Copy Mode] with .
2 Copy Mode
! Select [Format] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press ENTER to confirm [VIDEO] .
! Select [Recording Mode] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the recording quality or copying speed and press ENTER to confirm. The
High Speed copying speed can only be selected if the corresponding setting was
adjusted in the [Setup] menu before recording a title.
! Press
to go back to [Copy Mode] and select [Create List] with .
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3 Create List
Create a copy list from the existing titles or playlists.
0
Create List
001
!
Press FUNCTIONS, select [To Others] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select [Advanced Copy] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select the required option with
.
1:00(SP)
BBC2 1/ 1 SUN
ITV2 23/11 WED
---
---
Page 01/01
SUB MENU
Select [New item] with and press ENTER to confirm.
Title
! In the [Create List] menu, select the required title with
ENTER to confirm. Select several titles with PAUSE .
The title is copied completely into the copy list.
!
Playlists
003
Playlists
! Press the GREEN button in the [Create List] menu.
! Select the required playlist with
and press ENTER to confirm. Select
several playlists with PAUSE . The playlist is copied into the copylist.
Next
Select
SUB MENU
S
!
!
Liste erstellen
VIDEO PICTURE
No. Name Date Day Time Name of title
HDD
001 BBC 0 25/11 FRI
002 BBC 2 25/11 FRI
10:50 BBC News
11:30 EGGHEADS
Rec time
0:52(SP)
ENTER
RETURN
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S
SUB MENU
Properties
Sort
Thumbnail Display
Other View
and press
Press SUB MENU in the Create List screen.
Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Properties
Table Display
Other View
Properties
Shows information such as time, date or file size of the title.
Table Display
Change over to Table Display.
Other View
Change over to playlist or VIDEO view.
Sort HDD
The table display in the SUB MENU also offers the [Sort] option. The titles or playlists
can be sorted according to No., Name, Date, Day,
Time or Name of title.
! Select the required setting with
and press ENTER to confirm.
The setting is marked with a coloured bar.
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Advanced Copy
SUB MENU
Delete All
S
Copy
Destination Capacity:
Size:
Cancel All
No.
1 Copy Direction
HDD
Name of item
01 0:12 SP (12%) Terra X
DVD
02 0:11 SP ( 11%) Motors
2 Copy Mode
03 0:12 SP ( 12%) News
High Speed
VIDEO
Size
1770MB
8MB( 0%)
04 0:12 SP ( 12%) News
3 Create List
Page 01/01
Start Copying
ENTER
RETURN
S
Create copy list.
SUB MENU
Select
Add
Delete
Move
SUB MENU in the copy list
The inserted title/playlists can be edited in the copy list
using the SUB MENU.
! Press SUB MENU.
! Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Cancel All
All items entered in the copy list are deleted.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Add
Add new items to the copy list.
! Select the required title with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Delete
Delete the selected items.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Move
The selected items are moved in the copy list, changing the sequence.
! Select the required item with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Start Copying
2 Copy Mode
High Speed
VIDEO
3 Create List
Press ENTER to start copying.
1
!
!
Start Copying
!
!
ENTER
RETURN
Finalize the disc to play it on other DVD players.
The disc becomes play-only.
Copy Only
Copy & Finalize
Finalizing is to enable the disc to be played on
other DVD players.
Finalize
Media apart from RAM can be finalized after copying and then played on other
DVD players. After a disc has been finalized, no more recording is possible.
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL Before copying, please select in the menu [Setup]54
[DVD Management], whether the playback should begin as a title or as a Top Menu.
Chapters are created automatically -R -RW(V) (approx. every 5 min.),
+R (approx. every 8 min), if the disc is finalized after copying.
RAM -R DL +R DL +RW
!
!
Copying in High Speed mode.
Please wait.
Press and hold RETURN for 3 sec to stop copying.
Completes in
Percent complete
0:04
24%
Press ENTER to record or play back.
Copy continues.
Press to return to [Create List]. Select [Start Copying] with and press ENTER
to confirm.
Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Press and hold RETURN for 3 seconds to stop copying prematurely.
HDD RAM Press ENTER to record or watch television while copying.
A title becomes a chapter.
Select with [Copy & Finalize] and press ENTER to confirm.
Finalizing begins immediately after copying and finishes automatically. This
procedure cannot be stopped.
If you do not want to finalize, select [Copy Only] and press ENTER to confirm.
When copying in High Speed Mode
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL
During High Speed recording, only programmes marked with
can be recorded. Copying cannot be started if the required memory exceeds
more than 100% of the storage capacity on the target drive.
Transfer chapters when copying in High Speed Mode: yes.
Transfer chapters when copying in Normal Speed Mode: no.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Only pictures can be copied with the SD card.
Copy
HDD RAM SD
Cancel All
SD CARD
SD CARD
Source
1 Copy Direction
HDD
Copying pictures
PICTURE
High Speed
3 Create List
0
!
!
Select the copy direction.
Start Copying
1 Copy Direction
Source
SD CARD
Destination
HDD
Select the copy direction.
2 Copy Mode
PICTURE
Format
Recording Mode High Speed
Press ENTER to
change the settings.
3 Create List
0
Create List Picture ( JPEG )
SD CARD
Ordner
0001
0002
0003
0004
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
----
Previous
Page 001/001
ENTER
RETURN
!
2 Copy Mode
! Select [Format] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press ENTER to confirm [PICTURE] .
! Press
to return to [Copy Mode] and select [Create List] with
3 Create List
Picture
! In the [Create List Picture ( JPEG )] menu, select the required picture with
and press ENTER to confirm.
The pictures are copied to the copy list.
Next
Copy folder
! Select picture/folder in the copy list with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press ENTER to confirm the folder.
! Select [New item] with
[New item] and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press ENTER to confirm the required folder.
The folder is copied to the copy list.
SUB MENU
03
100--0004
04
100--0005
!
SUB MENU
Auswählen
2 Copy Mode
PICTURE
High Speed
3 Create List
S
SUB MENU in the menu list
Start copying
S
Press ENTER to start copying.
2
Start Copying
ENTER
RETURN
!
Delete All
Add
Delete
Press SUB MENU in the Create List screen.
Select the required option with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Start Copying
! Press
to go back to [Create List]. Select [Start Copying] with and press ENTER
to confirm.
! Select [Yes] with
and press ENTER to confirm if you want to copy the pictures to
a new folder.
! Press ENTER if you don’t want to copy any more.
! If you want to copy more pictures, press RETURN and repeat steps 1 to 3.
Copy completed.
Press ENTER to finish copying.
Press RETURN to continue copying.
.
3 Create List
Create a copy list from the existing pictures.
! Select [New item] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Change folder
! Select [Folder] with
in the [Create List Picture ( JPEG )] menu and press
ENTER to confirm.
! Press ENTER to confirm the required folder.
Select
PICTURE High Speed
Press FUNCTIONS, select [To Others] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select [Advanced Copy] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select the required option with
.
1 Copy Direction
! Select [Source] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the corresponding source drive with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select [Destination] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Select the corresponding target drive with
and press ENTER to confirm.
! Press
to go back to copy direction and select [Copy Mode] with .
2 Copy Mode
ENTER
RETURN
HDD RAM SD
If the source drive is also the target drive, only pictures can be copied.
Destination HDD
2 Copy Mode
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LOCK
Copy All Pictures
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
FUNCTIONS / To Others
LOCK
Copy All Pictures
Automatic detection of an SD card
SD cards are detected automatically on being inserted.
SD Card
RETURN
Album View
Copy Pictures ( JPEG )
Copy Video ( MPEG2 )
1 select,
ENTER
OK
2 set
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Place the SD card in the SD card slot.
Album View:
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Copy Pictures ( JPEG )
You can copy the entire contents of the SD card onto HDD/DVD
with the function [Copy All Pictures].
!
!
!
Copy from
SD CARD
Copy to
HDD
Copy all pictures ( JPEG ) in the card.
SELECT
ENTER
!
!
To stop copying prematurely, press and hold RETURN for 3 seconds.
!
Copy
Cancel
HDD RAM
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Press ENTER to confirm [Copy All Pictures].
To change the copy target select [Copy to] with
.
Select DVD or HDD with
.
Select [Copy] with and and press ENTER to confirm.
!
Copy All Pictures
SD
The copied folders are placed behind the folders already on the selected drive.
The print setting DPOF is not transferred during copying. The order in which the
pictures are registered in the copying list may possibly not correspond to the order in
the copying target.
If you copy the pictures folder for folder or card for card, all other files in this folder
will be copied as well as the picture files. However, this does not apply to sub-folders
contained in the folder.
If the target folder already contains pictures, the new pictures are recorded after the
existing ones.
If the target drive does not have enough capacity or the number of files/folders being
copied exceeds the maximum, then the copying process is stopped prematurely.
If the copying source folder has no name, this folder may be given another name on
the copying target. Give the folder a name before copying.
Copy Video (MPEG2) (only available when saved on the SD Card )
SD
HDD RAM
All videos in MPEG2 format on the SD Card are copied. You cannot use this unit to
play MPEG2 videos directly from the SD Card. First copy the MPEG2 videos to DVDRAM or HDD.
Moving pictures coded in MPEG2 format recorded with a Panasonic SD video
camera, digital video camera etc. can be saved on HDD or DVD-RAM (all recordings
on one day are saved as one title). Playback or recording is not possible while
copying MPEG2 pictures.
2 Copy Mode
PICTURE
High Speed
3 Create List
Start Copying
ENTER
RETURN
2
Press ENTER to start copying.
The menu [Copy] appears. The copy list will be created automatically.
You can change the [Copy Direction] to DVD or change the copy list.
! Confirm [Start Copying] with ENTER.
!
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To stop copying prematurely, press and hold RETURN for 3 seconds.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Playlists
Use this function to edit your movies/recordings made by a recorder or camcorder.
You can remove unwanted scenes (e.g. commercials) or change the sequence.
You can also divide your recordings (titles) into chapters.
You can create a playlist with your favourite chapters and edit this later.
Title 2
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
Source Title:
Title 1
Source Chapter: Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4
Chapter 1
of Title 2
Playlists
Create
DVD-RAM
01 BBC1
Source Title
001
01
002
02
Source Chapter
---
---
Chapters in Playlists
---
ENTER
RETURN
Playlists
---
S
SUB MENU
8/ 3 WED Motors
Page 01/01
003
03
004
04
---
---
---
Page 001/001
Page 001/001
---
002
02
---
---
Chapter 2
of Title 2
Chapter 1
of Title 1
RAM
HDD RAM
Creating a playlist
You can create a playlist from both source titles and source chapters.
and confirm with ENTER.
1 Selecting a Source Title
Create
001
01
Chapter 4
of Title 1
Playlists
Insert a recorded disc.
If you activated write-protection, deactivate it.
! Press FUNCTIONS.
! Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Playlists] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select the free field [Create] with
Press RETURN to exit.
DVD-RAM
01 BBC1
Source Title
Chapter 3
of Title1
8/ 3 WED Motors
003
03
Page 01/01
! Select the desired source title with
and press SUB MENU.
! Confirm [Create Chapter] with ENTER.
004
04
A complete source title can be inserted directly into Chapters in Playlists
with ENTER.
Create Chapter
Seite 001/001
---
---
2 Creating a Source Chapter
Playlists
!
Create Source Chap.
DVD-RAM
001
01
PLAY
!
Create
!
!
Select the chapter section with ENTER. The length of the chapter sections is
displayed as a time entry.
Stop playback with PAUSE .
Locate the position for an exact chapter marker with
.
Select [Exit] with and confirm with ENTER.
Exit
0:00.35
3 Inserting a chapter into the playlist
PLAYLISTS
Playlists
DVD-RAM
!
Create
002 EUROSPORT
01
BBC1 8/ 3 WED
11/ 3 SAT
MotorsMotors
Source Title
Page
Page001/001
01/01
001
01
002
02
Source Chapter
002
001
Chapters in Playlists
001
ENTER
RETURN
002
S
SUB MENU
003
03
004
04
003
---
---
---
!
!
Page 001/001
Page 001/001
Press RETURN to exit.
!
Switch from Source Title to Source Chapter with .
Select a source chapter that you want to add to the playlist with
and confirm
with ENTER.
Select the position where the source chapter should be inserted into the
Chapters in Playlists with
and confirm with ENTER.
You cannot select a position when inserting the first chapter.
Repeat step 3 to add another chapter.
Return to the Playlist View with RETURN.
You can also insert a Source Title as a chapter into the playlist.
! Select a Source Title with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select the position where the Source Title should be inserted in Chapters in
Playlists with
and confirm with ENTER.
Jump to the beginning/end of a title/chapter with PAUSE and SKIP
Locate the position for a marker with SKIP
, SLOW/SEARCH
TIME SLIP, MANUAL SKIP or
.
You can jump between set markers with SKIP
.
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,
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Playlists
Launching the Playlists menu
!
!
!
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
Select [Playlists] with
HDD RAM -RW(VR)
Playback
! Select a playlist with
and confirm with ENTER.
and confirm with ENTER.
and start playback with ENTER.
SUB MENU
Delete
Properties
Edit
S
!
!
.
Chapter View
HDD RAM
Delete
This procedure deletes the playlist and it cannot be restored.
The source titles are retained.
! Confirm [Delete] with ENTER.
! Select [Delete] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Delete
Delete playlists ?
Delete
Select a playlist with
Press SUB MENU.
Cancel
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Properties HDD RAM -RW(VR)
Information on the playlist, such as chapter, date and time, is displayed.
! Select [Properties] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Properties
Terra X
No.
03
Chapters 001
Date
Total
10/ 3/ 2006 FRI
1:15.35
SUB MENU
ENTER
S
RETURN
Editing playlists in the SUB MENU.
!
!
HDD RAM
Select [Edit] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select the desired option in the SUB MENU.
Create
Please read Creating a playlist.
Copy
! Select [Copy] with
Delete
Properties
Edit
Create
Chapter
View
Copy
Enter Name
Change Thumbnail
and confirm with ENTER.
Enter Name
Change or enter the title of the programme. If you enter a long name, it is only
partially displayed.
Playlists
DVD-RAM
01
Change Thumbnail
PLAY
Change
Exit
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Change Thumbnail
You can select any position in a title as the thumbnail for the Playlist View.
! Press PLAY
to start playback.
! At the position to be displayed as the new thumbnail, confirm [Change] with
ENTER. The selected thumbnail is displayed.
! Confirm [Exit] with ENTER.
The selected thumbnail is added to the Playlist View.
0:00.02
Change Start play and select the image
--:--.-- of a thumbnail.
Jump to the beginning/end of a title/chapter with PAUSE and SKIP
Locate the position for a marker with SKIP
, SLOW/SEARCH
TIME SLIP, MANUAL SKIP or
.
You can jump between set markers with SKIP
.
.
,
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Playlists
Editing chapters in the SUB MENU
!
!
!
!
!
!
HDD RAM
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Playlists] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select a playlist in the Playlist View with
.
Press SUB MENU.
Select [Chapter View] with
and confirm with ENTER.
SUB MENU
Playlists
S
Chapter View
DVD-RAM
01
BBC1
001
8/ 3 WED 2:15 Motors
002
003
004
3:30.02
3:27.01
3:45.01
3:47.03
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
Playlists
DVD-RAM
!
Add Chapter
01 BBC1
Source Title
001
Source Chapter
001
8/ 3 WED Motors
003
004
---
---
---
---
---
Chapters in Playlist
---
Page 01/01
002
---
Page 001/001
Page 001/001
!
Select the desired chapter with
and press
SUB MENU again.
Select the desired option in the SUB MENU with
confirm with ENTER.
Add Chapter
You can create a new chapter from the Source Title.
! Select a Source Title with
and press .
! Select a Source Chapter with
and confirm with ENTER.
Cancel the process with .
! Select the position where the chapter is to be inserted with
confirm with ENTER.
! Repeat the steps to add another chapter.
You can select other source titles with .
! Exit the menu with RETURN.
Delete
Properties
Edit
Chapter View
Add Chapter
Move Chapter
Create Chapter
Combine Chapters
Delete Chapter
Playlist View
and
Move Chapter
! Select the position where the chapter is to be moved with
with ENTER.
Playlists
Create Chapter
DVD-RAM
01
PLAY
Create
Exit
and confirm
Create Chapter
Divide the title into chapters. Identify the points where a new chapter is to start.
The chapters can be selected later during playback with SKIP
.
! Press ENTER at the position where you want to create the chapter. Repeat this
step to create a chapter at another location.
! Select [Exit] with
and confirm with ENTER.
A short section of the recording right before the separation point may be lost.
0:00.35
Combine Chapters
Selected Chapter
001
Following Chapter
Combine Chapters
! Select [Combine] with
and confirm with ENTER.
The selected chapter is combined with the next chapter.
002
Combine chapters.
Cancel
Combine
Delete Chapter
! Select [Delete] with
and confirm with ENTER.
The original title is not deleted when the chapter is deleted.
Playlist View: Return to Playlist View.
Jump to the beginning/end of a title/chapter with PAUSE and SKIP
Locate the position for a marker with SKIP
, SLOW/SEARCH
TIME SLIP, MANUAL SKIP or
.
You can jump between set markers with SKIP
.
Editing several elements
Select the desired title with
and press PAUSE .
A check appears. Repeat this process to select other titles.
Press PAUSE again to clear the selection.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Flexible Rec
REC MODE
Flexible recording mode (FR)
RAM -R -RW(V) +R +RW The unit calculates the best possible recording quality between
XP and EP. It is adjusted for the space available on the disc.
This function is not available during an EXT LINK recording.
Flexible Rec
Record in FR mode.
Maximum rec. time
Set rec. time
7 Hour 51 Min.
7 Hour 51 Min.
Start
Cancel
SELECT
RETURN
When a Timer Recording starts, recording in
FR mode is cancelled.
HDD Titles recorded in FR mode on the hard disk are recorded in such a way that
they can will fit exactly onto a 4.7 GB disc later on.
The title does not have to be edited when copying to the disc, or the recording mode
(XP-EP) does not need to be changed.
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
Displaying the available recording time
! Press
multiple times.
!
!
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Select the station with CH or the number buttons.
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Flexible Rec] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Hour] or [Min.] with
and change the recording time with
.
Go back to [Set rec. time] with
.
Select [Start] with
, and confirm with ENTER. Recording begins.
Press STOP to cancel the recording before it has ended.
The channel and recording mode cannot be changed in PAUSE mode.
DV Auto Rec
Automatic detection of a Camcorder at DV IN
!
DV cable
!
!
DV IN
HDD RAM
Connect your Camcorder to the DV IN input of the DVD Recorder with a DV cable.
The DVD Recorder automatically detects the Camcorder.
Select [Rec to DVD] or [Rec to HDD] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Confirm [REC] with ENTER. Recording begins.
Not all DV units are automatically detected. In this case, copy with the function
[DV Auto Rec] in the FUNCTIONS menu.
DV Auto Rec
Model of DV
Panasonic
NV-DX100
3:50 (LP)
Remain
Start DV automatic recording ?
Rec
Cancel
SELECT
RETURN
ENTER
HDD RAM -R -RW(V) +R +RW
Recording via DV input
DV means Digital Video. Digital satellite tuners and digital VHS video recorders are
not compatible with this unit. The DVD recorder cannot be controlled using an
external unit connected to the DV IN terminal.
The programmes (e.g. via a digital video unit) are recorded as one title.
HDD RAM Each time the picture is interruped, a chapter is created and a playlist is
automatically created.
Switch off this unit and the DV unit (e.g. digital camcorder) before you connect it to
the DV terminal. If the SD drive is selected, select the DVD drive with DRIVE
SELECT .
!
!
DVD-RAM
DV AUTO REC
DV
LR
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
This unit cannot be controlled from a
connected DV unit. The DV input of this unit is
only designed for DV units. (A computer etc.
cannot be displayed.) The name of the
DV unit may not be displayed correctly. Some
DV units do not enable proper input of
the picture and sound signal. The date and
time information on the tape in the DV
unit is not recorded. Simultaneous recording
and playback is not possible.
In the Setup menu under Audio Mode for DV Input, select [Stereo 1/2]
or [Mix].
Set the DV unit to Pause at the desired start position.
Press REC MODE to select the recording mode SP, LP, EP, XP.
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [DV Auto Rec] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Confirm [Rec] with ENTER. Recording begins.
Confirm the message at the end of the recording with ENTER.
To prematurely stop the recording, press STOP . Confirm the message to
prematurely stop the recording with ENTER or RETURN.
Manual recording via DV input HDD RAM -R
! Start playback on your external DV unit.
! Press Pause at the desired start position.
!
!
!
!
!
!
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-RW(V) +R +RW
Select the DV channel with INPUT SELECT.
Select the recording mode with REC MODE.
Press REC on the DVD Recorder.
Start playback on the external DV unit.
End the recording on the DVD Recorder with STOP .
End playback on the DV unit.
Recording cannot be cancelled with PAUSE .
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Setup menu overview
! Press FUNCTIONS.
! Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Setup] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select the desired sub menu with
and switch to setup with .
! Select the desired setting with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select the desired option with
and confirm with ENTER.
Follow the menu guide. The unit saves your settings.
! Press RETURN multiple times to exit the menus.
Edit Profiles
Auto-Setup Restart
Digital
Add new DVB Services
Signal Condition
Analogue
Manual
Download from TV
SELECT
ENTER
Setup
TAB
RETURN
Tuning
You can create four different profiles where you can put together
your favourite analog and digital TV stations.
The profiles are stored in the TV Guide.
Profile 1
!
Add
Profile Select
ENTER
Creating new profiles
Edit Profiles
All Services
1 BBC ONE Wales
2 BBC 2W
3 BBC THREE
4 BBC FOUR
5 CBeebies
6 BBC PARLMNT
7 Community
8 CBBC Channel
9 1Xtra BBC
Edit Profiles
Add All
SELECT
Use PAGE to scroll backwards or forwards page for page
through the two tables.
Profile Select
Four different profiles are available.
! Use the GREEN button to select a profile.
Page -
RETURN
Add
! Select the required station in the left table with
.
! Use the YELLOW button to accept the selected station.
Every station can only be added to the profile once.
! Press ENTER to save the profile.
Add All
! Use the BLUE button to add all available stations to the profile.
! Press ENTER to save the profile.
Edit profile
!
Use to go to the column of the selected profile.
Use the coloured buttons to edit the profiles.
Profile Name
! Press the RED button to change the profile name.
Move
You can change the order of stations in the selected profile.
! Select the required station with
.
! Use the GREEN button to mark the station.
! Move the station to the required position with
.
! Press the GREEN button again to insert the station.
! Press ENTER to save the profile.
Edit Profiles
All Services
1 BBC ONE Wales
2 BBC 2W
3 BBC THREE
4 BBC FOUR
5 CBeebies
6 BBC PARLMNT
7 Community
8 CBBC Channel
9 1Xtra BBC
Profile Name
SELECT
JUMP
Move
TO STORE, PRESS ENTER
RETURN
Profile 1
3 BBC THREE
7 Community
9 1Xtra BBC
4 BBC FOUR
8 CBBC Channel
Delete
Delete All
Page -
Delete
! Select the required station with
.
! Use the YELLOW button to delete the station from the profile.
! Press ENTER to save the profile.
Delete All
! Use the BLUE button to delete all stations from the profile.
! Press ENTER to save the profile.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Auto-Setup Restart
Tuning
Warning--all stored tuning data
will be lost !
Do you want to proceed ?
Yes
ENTER
Auto-Setup Restart
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER. The station search begins.
! To cancel the process, select [No] with
and confirm with ENTER or press RETURN.
! Press RETURN to prematurely end the station search.
! Press RETURN to prematurely end the station search. All station settings and all
created profiles are deleted.
No
Add New DVB Services
Finished
Ch 2
Prog. Channel Service Name
1
BBC 1
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BBC 2
Auto-Setup Restart
Tuning
68
Add New DVB Services
ENTER
Add New DVB Services
The unit looks for new digital stations. The station search is automatic.
The bar over the table shows you the search progress. At the end of the search, the
number of found new digital stations appears.
! Press RETURN to stop the station search prematurely.
The channels found before stopping are not saved.
Net ID TS ID Quality
12306 11398 8
12306 11398 8
2 new services found.
ENTER
RETURN
Tuning
2 BBC 2W
DVB CH30
Signal Quality
0
Signal Strength
0
RETURN
10
10
CH +
CH –
Signal Condition
ENTER
Signal Condition
The display in the [Signal Condition] menu shows the quality and strength of
the selected digital station.
! You can select and check the stations consecutively with CH .
The Signal Quality is only displayed for digital stations.
Signal Quality
Display red: signal quality below 2: the signal quality is poor so that there may be
interference in the pictures and sound.
Display orange; signal quality 2-5: the signal quality is basically adequate, but brief
interference in the pictures and sound is possible in isolated cases.
Display green; signal quality over 5: optimum picture and sound quality.
Signal Strength
The display for signal strength is grey. 0 means signal strength = 0 %, 10 means
signal strength = 100%.
The signal strength can also be >100 % (> 10). In this case, the display is red. 74
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Manual
Tuning
ENTER
Entering a new television station (for analogue channnels)
! Select a free station location with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Enter the channel with
9 .
or 0
! The channel tuning starts. Wait a moment until the desired station is set and
confirm the setting with ENTER.
Manual
Tuning
Pos
Name
Channel
NICAM
Title Page
901
BBC
21
AUTO
301
Options available for tuning the channels
Pos
Station position in the station table.
Name
[A-Z, 0-9, -, +, * ]
ENTER
Set the station name.
Channel
[21-68]
ENTER
Set the channel.
NICAM
[On] [Off]
ENTER
Switches NICAM on or off.
Title Page
[100-899]
ENTER
Select the video text page which supplies the
title information.
CHANGE
ENTER
RETURN
0 -- 9
RETURN : leave
ENTER : store
Station positions
Your digital channels can be found at positions 1-900.
Your analogue channels can be found at positions 901-999.
Changing the name of the television station
Select the name of the television station with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Name] with
and the name field with .
The cursor jumps to the first letter BBC.
! Change the letter with
.
! Select the next letter with , BBC.
! Press ENTER. The new name is saved in the station table.
!
Manual Tuning
SELECT
ENTER
Delete
RETURN
Pos Name Ch
Pos Name Ch
901
902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
BBC 1
BBC TW
----ITV1
ITV2
---------------------
21
22
--51
57
-----------
-----------------------------------------
---------------------
Deleting television stations
! Select the station that you want to delete with
! Press the RED button to delete the station.
The station position settings are deleted.
Download from TV
Tuning
Warning--all currently
stored stations will be
replaced by new ones !!
Yes
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Download from TV
Download from TV (with Q Link or similar functions for analogue channels)
Select [Yes] with and confirm with ENTER. Data transfer begins.
! To cancel the procedure, use to select [No] and confirm with ENTER or press
RETURN.
! To prematurely end the data transfer, press RETURN.
!
No
.
ENTER
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Settings for Playback
Ratings
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Level 8
DVD-Audio Video mode Playback
Soundtrack
Off
Setup
Disc
Settings for Playback
ENTER
Option
ENTER
[8] [1-7] [0]
Ratings
English
Subtitle
Automatic
Menus
English
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
You can restrict the playback of DVD-Video after entering a password.
8 Allows all titles.
1-7 Prevents the playback of DVD-Video with the registered security levels.
0 Blocks all titles.
Changing the security level
Unlock Recorder
Change Password
Change Level
Temporary Unlock
Return to level 8
Change the password
Change the authorisation level
You can temporarily authorise a disc for playback.
The security level is retained if you switch to standby or open the disc tray.
[On] [Off]
DVD-Audio Video mode Playback
On: You want to play DVD-Video content from a DVD-Audio. If you change the disc or
switch off the unit, the setting is reset to [Off].
Soundtrack Subtitle Menus
DVD-V
Select the language for audio, subtitles and disc menus.
Under [Other], enter the language code for another language.
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Settings for Recording
Recording time in EP mode EP ( 8Hours )
Rec for High Speed Copy
DVD Speed for High Speed Copy
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Off
Maximum
Disc
Settings for Recording
Recording time in EP mode
ENTER
Option
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ENTER
[EP ( 6Hours )] [EP ( 8Hours )]
Select the maximum number of hours for recording in EP mode.
EP ( 6Hours ): Recording time on a 4.7 GB disc.
EP ( 8Hours ): Recording time on a 4.7 GB disc. The sound quality is lower.
Rec for High Speed Copy
[On] [Off]
On: Enables copying from HDD to a DVD-R, -R DL, +R DL, DVD-RW(V) (DVD-Video
format), +RW oder +R in high-speed mode. Titles are saved in 4:3 format.
When recording a dual channel sound programme, only the main or only the secondary
sound can be recorded. Select the audio type you want to copy under
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[Bilingual Audio Selection].
16:9 format programmes (wide picture) are also recorded in 4:3 format.
DVD Speed for High Speed Copy
[Maximum] [Normal (Silent)]
When using high-speed compatible DVD-RAM 5x, DVD-R-, +R 8x or +RW 4x discs.
In the [Normal (Silent)] setting, this unit generates less noise than in the [Maximum]
setting. The time required for copying is doubled.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Comb Filter
Still Mode
Off
Automatic
Seamless Play
On
TAB
SELECT
RETURN
Setup
Picture
Setting
ENTER
Option
ENTER
[On] [Off]
Comb Filter
On: The picture is clear and contour-rich. The setting is always set to [On] if you
selected [TV System - NTSC].
Off: If the picture to be recorded is distorted.
[Automatic] [Field] [Frame]
Still Mode
Select how the still picture should be displayed.
Field: Select this function if the picture is distorted with the setting [Automatic].
Frame: Select this function if small text or line structures are not displayed clearly
with the setting [Automatic].
Every full picture consists of two half pictures. Distortions are possible in a full picture,
but as a rule the picture quality is better than in the half picture. The half picture
appears to be coarse-grained but is not distorted.
Seamless Play
RAM -RW(VR)
[On] [Off]
Seamless playback of a chapter in a playlist.
On: The chapter in a playlist are playback seamlessly. This is only possible if the playlist
contains the same audio types. This function is not possible with Quick View.
The position of the chapter segments may change slightly.
Off: The boundaries of the chapters in the playlist are followed exactly, but the picture
may freeze for a short period of time.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Setup
Dynamic Range Compression
Off
M1
Bilingual Audio Selection
Digital Audio Output
Audio Mode for XP Recording Dolby Digital
Audio Mode for DV Input
Stereo 1
Setting
Sound
Option
ENTER
DVD-V
Dynamic Range Compression
ENTER
[On] [Off] (Dolby Digital Only)
On: The level of quieter passages increases and the level of louder passages
decreases. The audio can be clearly understood even when the volume is lowered.
Bilingual Audio Selection -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW
SELECT
[M 1] [M 2]
TAB
ENTER
If you want to record programmes that are broadcast in dual-channel sound, you can
select between the original language [M1] or another available language [M2]. If you
are copying from an external source or from a tape position, select the sound track on
the other unit.
RETURN
Digital Audio Output
PCM Down Conversion
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Setup
Off
Dolby Digital
Bitstream
DTS
Bitstream
PCM
MPEG
[PCM Down Conversion]
[Dolby Digital] [DTS] [MPEG]
Digital Audio Output
Select the appropriate setting if you have connected an external unit to the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT of the DVD Recorder.
Dolby Digital
PCM
Select the audio output mode for a scan frequency of 96 kHz or 88.2 kHz. Despite this
setting, signals are converted to 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz if they have a scan frequency over
96 kHz or 88.2 kHz or if the disc is copy-protected.
On: The connected unit cannot process signals with a scan frequency of 96 kHz or
88.2 kHz. Signals are converted with 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
Off: The connected unit can process signals with a scan frequency of 96 kHz or 88.2
kHz. Signals are output as 96 kHz or 88.2 kHz.
SELECT
ENTER
[On] [Off]
PCM Down Conversion
Bitstream
RETURN
[Bitstream] [PCM]
Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG
Bitstream: The connected unit can decode the corresponding signal.
PCM: If the connected unit cannot decode the corresponding signal, the setting must be
changed to [PCM]. Otherwise, the loud noise can lead to damage to your hearing or
loudspeaker. Make the necessary changes depending on your audio system.
[Dolby Digital] [LPCM]
Audio Mode for XP Recording
Choosing the audio type when recording in XP mode. The picture quality of LPCM
recordings may possibly be poorer than normal recordings in XP mode
Audio Mode for DV Input
-R -R DL -RW(V) +R
+R DL +RW
[Stereo 1] [Stereo 2] [Mix]
Select the audio type when copying from the DV input.
Stereo 1: Original sound; Stereo 2: Voice-over, Mix: Original sound + voice-over
Setup
DVB Preferred Subtitles
On-Screen Messages
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
English
5 sec.
On
Grey Background
Bright
FL Display
New Service Message
Display
Setting
ENTER
Option
DVB Preferred Subtitle
TAB
RETURN
[English] [Welsh] [Gaelic]
Subtitle language for digital programmes (standard or for the hard-of-hearing).
Automatic
On-Screen Messages
SELECT
ENTER
[Off] [3 sec.] [5 sec.] [7 sec.] [10 sec.]
Select the time for screen displays.
Off: The screens are not shown on changing the station.
Grey Background
[On] [Off]
On: The grey background is displayed when there is no analogue TV reception.
FL Display
[Bright] [Dim]
Changes the brightness of the display on the unit.
New Service Messages
[Automatic] [Off]
Off: The Service Messages are not shown.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Progressive
16:9
Off
TV System
PAL
TV Aspect
Setup
Connection
Setting
ENTER
Option
ENTER
[16:9] [4:3] [Letterbox]
TV Aspect
HDMI Settings
Video
AV1 Output ( Scart )
AV2 Settings
SELECT
Select the TV screen format of your television. Programmes in 16:9 format are recorded
in 4:3 format. 16:9 format is used to record to RAM.
Letterbox: Black bars appear on the upper and lower edges of the screen (16:9).
TAB
RETURN
ENTER
[On] [Off]
Progressive
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On: The signal is displayed in full-picture quality using COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.
[PAL] [NTSC]
TV System
PAL: You connect the unit to a PAL or multi-system television. Programmes that were
recorded with NTSC are played as PAL60.
NTSC: You connect the unit to an NTSC television. Programmes that were recorded
with NTSC are played as NTSC.
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HDMI Settings
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital interface for Audio and
Video. One single cable transfers both digital video data (picture data) and also
digital audio data. HDMI is the world's first complete digital consumer AV interface
complying with a non-compression standard.
[Video ( with component )]
[S Video ( with component )]
[RGB 1 ( without component )]
[RGB 2 ( without component )]
AV1 Output ( Scart )
Video ( with component ): If RGB 1 or 2 is set, there is no signal available on
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT. [Video ( with component )] is switched on automatically if
the unit is connected via HDMI.
S Video ( with component ): Select when a TV is connected that can receive an
S Video signal.
RGB 1 ( without component ): RGB output is available all the time while this unit is on.
RGB 2 ( without component ): RGB output is available only during playback or onscreen display.
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
AV2 Settings
AV2 Input
AV2 Input
RGB / Video
Ext Link
Ext Link 2
AV2 Settings
Ext Link
AV2 Input
AV2 Input
RGB / Video
Perform the settings in the
following submenus for the
connected unit.
[RGB / Video] [RGB] [Video] [S Video]
RGB / Video: When receiving or recording RGB output from external equipment (not NTSC).
RGB, Video, S Video: The input is switched to the selected signal (S Video/not NTSC).
RGB
Video
S Video
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Ext Link
[Ext Link1] [Ext Link 2]
Setting for external units (EXT LINK)
You control the recording function via an external unit (e.g. a receiver) with EXT LINK.
Connect the unit to the AV2 terminal with a 21-pin Scart cable.
Ext Link 1: For digital receivers that send a special recording control signal, e.g.
the F.U.N. receiver (TU-DSF41).
Ext Link 2: External recording control for satellite or digital receivers (video signal).
The Ext Link 2 setting cannot be used if the input signal is in NTSC format.
If the television is connected to the AV1 terminal via the 21-pin Scart cable, the
recorded picture appears on the screen. The beginning of the recording may not
be recorded correctly.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Setup
Progressive
16:9
Off
TV System
PAL
TV Aspect
Setting
HDMI
ENTER
Option
ENTER
[576i/480i][576p/480p][720p][1080i][Automatic]
HDMI Video Format
HDMI Settings
Video
AV1 Output ( Scart )
AV2 Settings
HDMI Video Format
Off
Automatic
Aspect for 4:3 Video
4:3
Digital Audio Output
HDMI/Optical
HDMI/Q Link
Control with HDMI / Q Link
ENTER
Select the screen resolution of your connected television set.
Automatic: Automatically selects the setting belonging to the connected unit. If you are
not satisfied with the picture quality, a change in the setting may possibly result in an
improvement.
You can only select the settings supported by the connected unit.
[4:3] [16:9]
Aspect for 4:3 Video
Use this setting if you want to replay videos in 4:3 format on the connected television
set in 16:9 format. (Only possible for an HDMI resolution of [720p] or [1080i].)
4:3: Picture is output as original aspect.
16:9: Picture is output as 16:9 aspect with side panels.
RETURN
[HDMI and Optical] [Optical Only]
Digital Audio Output
HDMI and Optical: Both outputs are activated with one signal.
Optical Only: Only the optical output is activated with one signal.
[HDMI and Q Link] [Q Link Only]
Control with HDMI / Q Link
HDMI and Q Link: Simultaneous interaction of HDMI and Q Link functions. Select this
setting if you have connected a unit via HDMI.
Q Link Only: If your TV set is equipped with the Q Link function, select this setting for
the link.
Select the screen resolution of your connected television set.
HDMI and Q Link
only Q Link (via AV1)
only HDMI
Easy Playback
(not via HDMI)
Direct TV recording
Power on link
Power off link
Download from TV
List of language codes
Abkhazian
6566 Burmese
Afar
6565 Byelorussian
Afrikaans
6570 Cambodian
Albanian
8381 Catalan
Ameharic
6577 Chinese
Arabic
6582 Corsican
Armenian
7289 Croatian
Assamese
6583 Czech
Aymara
6589 Danish
Azerbaijani 6590 Dutch
Bashkir
6665 English
Basque
6985 Esperanto
Bengali
6678 Estonia
Bhutani
6890 Faroese
Bihari
6672 Fiji
Breton
6682 Finnish
Bulgarian
6671 French
7789
6669
7577
6765
9072
6779
7282
6783
6865
7876
6978
6979
6984
7079
7074
7073
7082
Frisian
Galician
Georgian
German
Greek
Greenlandic
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Interlingua
Irish
Italian
Japanese
7089
7176
7565
6869
6976
7576
7178
7185
7265
7387
7273
7285
7383
7378
7365
7165
7384
7465
Javanese
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kazakh
Kirghiz
Korean
Kurdish
Laotian
Latin
Latvian
Lingala
Lithunian
Macedonian
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Maltese
Maori
(not via HDMI)
7487
7578
7583
7575
7589
7579
7585
7679
7665
7686
7678
7684
7775
7771
7783
7776
7784
7773
Marathi
Moldavian
Mongolian
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Oriya
Pashto
Persian
Polish
Portuguese
Punjabi
Quechua
Rhaeto-Rom.
Romanian
Russian
Samoan
Sanskrit
7782
7779
7778
7865
7869
7879
7982
8083
7065
8076
8084
8065
8185
8277
8279
8285
8377
8365
Scots Gaelic
Serbian
Serbo-Croat.
Shona
Sindhi
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Somali
Spanish
Sudanese
Swahili
Swedish
Tagalog
Tajik
Tamil
Tatar
Telugo
7168
8382
8372
8378
8368
8373
8375
8376
8379
6983
8385
8387
8386
8476
8471
8465
8484
8469
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrinya
Tonga
Turkish
Turkmen
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu
8472
6679
8473
8479
8482
8475
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
6789
8779
8872
7473
8979
9085
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
DVD 1
Remote Control
Setup
Clock
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Others
Remote Control
Owner ID
System Update
Setting
Option
ENTER
ENTER
[DVD 1] [DVD 2] [DVD 3]
Setting the remote control
If you use another Panasonic unit at the same location, change the mode of the remote
control so that you can operate the units independently of each other.
Change the code of the remote control so that you can simultaneously
operate another Panasonic DVD unit.
Initialize
Remote Control
SELECT
TAB SELECT
TAB
DVD 1
RETURN
RETURN
DVD 2
Set up the remote control for the unit.
! Select [DVD 1, 2 or 3] with
and confirm with ENTER.
DVD 3
SELECT
ENTER
Setup
Apply the selected setting [DVD 1, 2 or 3] to the remote control.
! Press and hold ENTER and press the appropriate number button 1, 2 or 3 for at least
2 seconds.
! Exit the menu with RETURN.
RETURN
If the remote control setting does not match that of the unit, DVD 1, 2 or 3 appears on
the unit’s display.
! Press ENTER and press the appropriate number key 1, 2 or 3 simultaneously for
at least 2 seconds.
If you want to operate two units independently of each other using the same
remote control, then change the remote control setting.
Clock
Clock
Automatic
Time
10 : 52 : 04
ENTER
Date
20 / 3 / 2006
Please set the clock.
ENTER : access RETURN : leave
CHANGE
RETURN
On
Clock setting
The clock will normally be set correctly during Auto-Setup however, under certain
circumstances the DVD Recorder cannot set the clock automatically. In this case follow
the operation steps below to manually set the clock.
! Switch with
automatic mode to [Off] and confirm with ENTER.
! Change with
and Time and Date.
! Confirm the change with ENTER.
Don't forget to change summer time and winter time.
Activating the automatic time correction function
The correct time for the clock can be automatically maintained when the DVD Recorder
is tuned to a station that transmits a time signal.
! Switch with
automatic mode to [On] and confirm with ENTER.
The automatic setting of the clock begins.
Under adverse reception conditions, etc., the Automatic time correction function may not
work. In this case the indication for Clock setting is automatically reset to [Off]. If the
reception conditions improve later on, it is possible to activate this function.
If the Clock setting is set to [On], do not set it to [Off], otherwise the automatic time
correction function is deactivated.
This DVD Recorder uses a 24-hour-clock.
In the event of a power failure an automatic back-up system maintains the clock for
approximate 60 minutes.
When the Clock setting is set to [On], the automatic time correction function checks and
if necessary adjusts the time several times every day. The automatic time correction
function only works when the DVD Recorder is in standby. It does not work in the Timer
Recording mode.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
Setup
Others
Owner ID
ENTER
Option
ENTER
Owner ID
Owner ID
!
PIN number * * * *
Name
House No
Postcode
!
!
!
!
RETURN
RETURN: leave
!
!
9 to enter a four-digit PIN number.
To set the PIN number press . Use 0
Press
to correct the digit.
Make sure that you will remember the PIN number (make a note of it).
Press the ENTER button to confirm.
Select [Yes] with and confirm with ENTER.
Press . Enter the [Name], [House No] and [Postcode] in the same way, using
.
Press the ENTER button to confirm each entry.
Press the RETURN button to leave the Owner ID screen.
To display the Owner ID information on TV
On the unit press STOP for more than 5 seconds.
The PIN number is not displayed.
After 30 seconds this menu automatically disappears.
!
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
System Update
EPG Download in Standby
Software Update in Standby
Software Update Search Now
On
On
System Update
EPG Download im Standby-Modus
[On] [Off]
On: EPG data are loaded in standby mode.
SELECT
ENTER
Software Update in Standby
RETURN
The software is automatically updated when the unit is in standby mode. This is
shown in the unit display. If the unit is in standby to record, the timer-controlled
recordings are not affected. If you want to prevent the automatic updates, select the
setting [Software Update in Standby - Off].
System Update
Software Update Search Now
A new software has been found.
Update your software ?
Yes
No
Start the search for new software manually.
A new software version is announced by a message. Do not switch your unit off during
the update. This could result in the loss of data. A message shows that the update has
finished. If a new software version is not going to be broadcast until the next few days, a
corresponding message also appears.
Initialize
Initialize
Shipping Condition
[On] [Off]
[Shipping Condition] [Default Settings]
Shipping Condition: All settings, except for the security levels with the associated
password and the time settings and the owner ID, are reset to the factory-default settings.
Default Settings
Default Settings: All settings, except for the programmed channels, time and disclanguage settings, the security levels including password and the remote control code
and the owner ID, are reset to the factory-default settings.
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FUNCTIONS / To Others
HDD
Management
HDD
HDD Management
!
Titles 1
Used 1:27
Remain 137:58(EP)
!
!
!
Delete all titles
!
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [HDD Management] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select the desired menu with
and confirm with ENTER.
Return to the FUNCTIONS menu with FUNCTIONS.
Format HDD
Delete all Titles
! Confirm [Delete all Titles] with ENTER.
! In the next screen, select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! In the security question, select [Start] with
and confirm with ENTER.
All titles and playlists are deleted and cannot be restored.
Protected titles cannot be deleted.
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Format HDD
All contents will be deleted even if protected.
Start formatting ?
Start
Format HDD
The formatting process deletes all data from the HDD.
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Start] with
and confirm with ENTER.
The formatting process begins. A message appears upon completion.
! Press ENTER.
Cancel
FUNCTIONS / To Others
DVD Management
If you activated write-protection, deactivate it.
DVD
Management
DVD-RAM
!
Titles 1
Used 0:01
Remain 0:59(LP)
!
!
Disc Name
Disc Protection
Off
Delete all titles
SELECT
RETURN
Disc Protection RAM
This procedure makes it possible to activate or deactivate write-protection.
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Disc Protection On: The padlock is closed.
! To deactivate write-protection, select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Disc Protection Off: The padlock is opened.
Delete all titles
All titles and playlists will be deleted.
Is it OK to start deleting all titles ?
Yes
No
Format Disc
All contents will be deleted even if protected.
Start formatting ?
Start
Cancel
Do not unplug the unit while the disc is being
formatted or finalized.
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!
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [DVD Management] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select the desired menu with
and confirm with ENTER.
Return to the FUNCTIONS menu with FUNCTIONS.
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Disc Name
99
! Enter the name. The name is displayed in the DVD Management menu.
You cannot name a disc after it has been finalized.
Format Disc
ENTER
!
RAM
Delete all Titles RAM
! Confirm [Delete all Titles] with ENTER.
! In the next screen, select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! In the security question, select [Start] with
and confirm with ENTER.
All titles and playlists are deleted and cannot be restored. If the discs or one or
more titles are protected, the disc cannot be deleted.
RAM -RW(V) +RW -RW(VR)
+R +R DL Only for new discs
Format Disc
Some discs are not formatted. They must be formatted before they can be used in
this unit. The formatting process deletes all data from the disc. The estimated
duration of the formatting process is displayed in the menu.
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Start] with
and confirm with ENTER. The formatting process begins.
A message appears upon completion.
! Press ENTER.
Formatting can be cancelled and restarted. The formatting process deletes all data,
including the recordings created with this unit.
FUNCTIONS / To Others
DVD
Management
Titles 2
Used 0:53
DVD-R DL
DVD Management
Remain 3:47(SP)
Disc Name
Top Menu
4
Auto-Play Select
Top Menu
Finalize
Auto-Play Select -R -RW(V) +R -R DL +R DL +RW
Before finalization, you can select whether playback should start from the beginning
of the disc or whether it should be lauched from a disc menu.
! Select [Top Menu] or [Title 1] with
and confirm with ENTER.
If [Top Menu] is selected, the disc menu appears first.
If [Title 1] is selected, playback begins at the beginning of the disc.
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Finalize
Finalizing is necessary for compatible
playback. It will take approximately 4 minutes.
Finalize the disc ?
Yes
No
Finalize -R -RW(V) +R -R DL +R DL
The discs become DVD-Videos in DVD-Video format through finalization.
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They can be played on all DVD Players that support DVD-Video format.
! Select [Yes] with
and confirm with ENTER.
! Select [Start] with
and press ENTER. The finalization process begins. A message
is displayed upon completion.
! Press ENTER.
You can only finalize DVDs that were recorded on this unit. You can no longer record
to DVDs that have already been finalized. A finalized DVD-RW(V) can be recorded
again after it is reformatted.
Create Top Menu
DVD
Management
Title 2
Used 0:04
+RW
Remain 1:52(SP)
Disc Name
Top Menu
4
Top Menu
Auto-Play Select
Create Top Menu
SELECT
ENTER
Top Menu -R -RW(V) +R -R DL +R DL +RW
Before finalizing the disc, you can choose between 9 different colour samples to
appear in the disc menu.
! Select the corresponding menu sample between 1 - 9 with
and press ENTER to
confirm.
With a +RW, you have the option of creating a Top Menu.
The Top Menu created can be used for playback on another DVD-Player.
!
!
!
Format Disc
RETURN
Remain
SD CARD
43 MB
Select [Create Top Menu] with
and confirm with ENTER.
In the following menu, select [Yes] with and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Start] with and confirm with ENTER. The Top Menu is created.
The procedure concludes with the message: Top Menu was created.
Return to DVD Management with ENTER.
Card Management
LOCK
FUNCTIONS / To Others
Card
Management
+RW
Format card
Formatting deletes all data on the SD card.
If you have activated the write-protection function, deactivate it.
Format Card
!
!
SELECT
ENTER
!
RETURN
!
!
Format Card
Selected drive
!
SD Card
All folders and files will be
completly deleted.
Start formatting ?
Yes
!
!
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select [Card Management] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select [Format Card] with
and press ENTER to confirm.
Select [Yes] with and press ENTER to confirm.
In the confirmation prompt, select [Start] with and press ENTER to confirm.
Formatting begins. A message appears when it has finished.
Press ENTER to confirm.
Press FUNCTIONS to return to the FUNCTIONS menu.
No
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Picture and sound setting during playback
DISPLAY menus contain information on the disc or the unit. With DVD-Videos, you can use the repeat function, change
subtitles and the angle, change the picture and sound settings for DVD playback. Depending on the status of the unit
(playback, STOP), there are some entries that cannot be selected or changed.
select
Disc
Play
Picture
DISPLAY
Sound
Other
Soundtrack 1 DEU
Digital
2/0ch
Off
1 DEU
Subtitle
Audio channel
ENTER
OK
LR
DISPLAY
(to hide)
Subtitles, sound track and recording angle can only be selected if they were recorded on the disc. For some discs, they can only
be changed via the disc menus. When bilingual recordings are played back, "1+1 ch" is displayed.
Option
Disc
Soundtrack
Setting
Soundtrack lang.
DVD-A DVD-V
Select the sound and the language.
Sound properties
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW -RW(VR)
The disc sound properties are displayed.
LPCM/PPCm/Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG: signal type, ch (channel):
number of channels, k (kHz): scan frequency, b (bit): number of bits
VCD
Select the audio channel.
Subtitle
[On] [Off]
DVD-A DVD-V
Switch subtitles on or off, select the language.
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW -RW(VR)
Only for discs with the Subtitle On/Off setting. The Subtitle On/Off setting
cannot be recorded with this unit.
VCD
Switch subtitles on or off, select the number of the subtitle.
Language
ENG: English
FRA : French
DEU: German
ITA : Italian
ESP : Spanish
NLD : Dutch
SVE : Swedish
NOR: Norwegian
DAN: Danish
POR: Portuguese
RUS: Russian
JPN : Japanese
CHI : Chinese
KOR: Korean
MAL: Malay
VIE : Vietnamese
THA : Thai
POL : Polish
CES : Czech
SLK : Slovak
HUN: Hungarian
FIN : Finnish
*
: Others
* Others: Enter the appropriate language code.
Audio Channel
L+R / L / R
RAM -RW(VR) VCD
Change audio during playback.
DVD-A DVD-V
Angle
Select another recording angle.
DVD-A
Still Picture
[Slide Show]
[Page]
PBC
Select the still image playback type.
Disc playback in the original sequence.
Select the still image number and playback.
RANDOM: Playback in random order.
Return to the standard page: Select [Return] and press ENTER.
VCD
PBC shows whether the menu playback control is on/off.
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99
Picture and sound setting during playback
Play
Setting
Option
Repeat Play
[On] [Off]
The function is only available if the elapsed time is displayed.
CD VCD
Track
All
Off
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW
Title
Chapter
Off
Group
Off
DVD-V -RW(VR)
DVD-A MP3
Track
During playback of a playlist
PL (Playlists)
Off
RAM -RW(VR)
If the Video-CD has playback control, select a track in STOP mode
with the number buttons.
Picture
Setting
Option
Playback NR
[On] [Off]
Reduces screen interference.
Progressive
[On] [Off]
Select [On] to activate full picture output.
Transfer.
[Progressive - On] Select the appropriate conversion method for full-picture output.
PAL output signal
[Auto] Film and video content is detected and converted appropriately.
[Video] If problems occur with the [Auto] setting.
[Film] Select Video or Film if the video content is is not displayed correct
with the Auto setting.
NTSC output signal
[Auto 1] Film and video content is detected and converted appropriately.
[Auto 2] Movies with different picture frequencies are converted
[Video] If content does not display correct with the [Auto 1] or [Auto 2]
settings.
AV-in NR
Sound
[Automatic]
[On]
[Off]
Setting
Option
DVB Multi Audio
[Other 1]
[Other 2]
V.S.S.
Surround sound effect with 2 front speakers. Only with Dolby Digital with
2 or more channels. Switch off V.S.S. if this causes problems. V.S.S. does
not work with recordings in dual-channel sound.
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW DVD-A DVD-V -RW(VR)
Dialog Enhancer
[On] [Off]
Dolby Digital, only with 3 or more channels, including a center channel.
The volume is increased so that dialogue is easier to understand.
Setting
Option
Position
If more than one audio channel is broadcast, you can set the desired
channel here (only applies to digital channels).
RAM -R -R DL -RW(V) +R +R DL +RW DVD-A DVD-V -RW(VR)
[Natural]
[Emphasis]
[Off]
Other
Reduces noise during tape recording. Only for AV1, AV2, AV3 or DV.
Only with picture input from a video cassette.
Noise reduction is activated for video input.
The input signal can be recorded unchanged.
[1 - 5]
Position of the OSD displays on the screen.
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Additional connections
Connection with HDMI cable (not included)
The HDMI connection can be used only with units that are suited for HDMI.
1 Connect the aerial to RF IN (Aerial input) of the DVD Recorder.
2 Connect RF OUT (Aerial output) of the DVD Recorder with the
aerial input of the TV.
3 Connect HDMI AV OUT of the DVD Recorder with the HDMI input of the TV.
For Q Link functions:
Connect the AV1 terminal (21-pin Scart terminal) of the DVD Recorder with the
Scart input of the TV.
4 Connect the DVD Recorder and the television to the household mains socket.
After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto-Setup to tune
in TV channels.
To household
mains socket
Television’s rear panel
RF IN
9
HDMI IN
AV IN
4
2
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
The RF cable cannot be used
for showing pictures from the
DVD Recorder. The unit must
be connected by another
means e.g. Scart cable to show
pictures from the DVD
Recorder on the television set.
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart cable
(enables Q Link functions)
3
3
HDMI cable
Only use fully wired HDMI cables showing the HDMI logo.
Use cable of max. 5 m in length to avoid interference with
the video signal.
This unit’s rear panel
AC mains lead (included)
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
4
To household mains socket
(AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz)
Use one of the included RF coaxial cable (black or grey) to connect this unit’s RF IN terminal to your aerial socket or aerial cable.
To the aerial
RF coaxial cable (included, grey)
1
or
RF coaxial cable (included, black)
1
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To this unit
Additional connections
Connection with HDMI cable (not included)
(High Definition Multimedia Interface)
If you connect the DVD Recorder to an HDMI-compatible unit, just one cable
transfers a high quality digital audio and video signal without interference.
!
Once an HDAVI Control-compatible unit has been connected to the HDMI terminal,
switch the units on and switch on the external unit, select the input channel for the
DVD Recorder. Repeat the procedure if there is any change to the HDMI terminal.
The audio signal cannot be transmitted via HDMI if an externally connected unit does
not support CPPM (Content Protection for Prerecorded Media), or when playing a
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DVD audio with copy protection. In this case, use an audio cable.
If an connected TV only supports dual-channel audio, then an audio signal with 3 or
more channels is down-converted, with output through 2 audio channels.
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It is not always possible to down-convert all discs.
Titles where down-converting is not possible can only be reproduced via HDMI
through an amplifier which corresponds to the HDMI Ver. 1.1 standard or higher and
is CPPM compatible.
For HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) compatible units with DVI
connection (e.g. PC monitors): depending on the unit, it is possible that a DVI/HDMI
adapter does not reproduce the video signal perfectly. The audio signal is not
transmitted in this case.
Control via Q Link and HDMI (HDAVI Control)
If you connect this unit with an HDMI cable to
a Panasonic television set with HDAVI control
function, then both units can be controlled.
If you connect this unit with an fully wired 21
pin scart cable you can use the Q Link
functions to control the television and this unit.
You can use both kinds of connection at the
same time.
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Settings for control with HDMI and Q Link:
The following systems from other manufacturers
have similar function to Q Link from Panasonic.
- Easy Link (Trademark of Philips)
- SMARTLINK (Trademark of Sony)
- DATA LOGIC (Trademark of Metz)
- Megalogic (Trademark of Grundig)
For details, refer to your television's operating
instructions or consult your dealer.
A TV takes a certain time to change over the
input channel for the DVD Recorder
automatically. It is therefore possible that the
television set does not display the playback at
the start of the title. Press SKIP
or
SLOW/SEARCH
to return to the start of
the playback.
Automatic input changeover (Easy Playback)
If you start the playback function or select a menu (e.g. Direct Navigator,
Timer Recording), the TV automatically switches to the input channel for the
DVD Recorder.
If you are recording on the DVD drive, the TV does not automatically change
to the input channel.
Direct TV recording
Press DIRECT TV REC to directly record the programme you are currently
watching. You do not need to enter anything else.
Power on link
If you start the playback function or e.g. select the menu Direct Navigator
or Timer Recording or by inserting a disc, the television set switches on
and automatically selects the input channel for the DVD Recorder.
If you are recording on the DVD drive, the TV does not automatically
change to the input channel.
TV/DVD automatic switch-on
If the TV set and DVD Recorder are switched off (in standby), both units are
switched on automatically by pressing PLAY, DIRECT NAVIGATOR, GUIDE,
VIDEO Plus+ or PROG/CHECK.
Power off link
If the television set is switched off, this unit automatically switches off as well.
The unit also switches off while the menu FUNCTIONS, DISPLAY or status
messages are being displayed, and even when a Timer-controlled recording
has been programmed or during playback.
The unit does not switch off during a recording with the REC button, the
Copying function or while a disc is being finalized.
Download from TV (analogue channels only)
Station transfer from television set. During [data transfer from TV], data for the
station list are automatically downloaded from the TV set. The stations are
stored in the same presets of the DVD Recorder as on your TV set.
This unit allows for Timer Recordings using the programming function of the
television (e.g. IDTV).
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Connection with HDMI cable (not included)
Additional connections
Connection to COMPONENT VIDEO terminal
The terminals can be used for INTERLACE or PROGRESSIVE output and deliver a
clearer picture than the S VIDEO OUT terminal.
The Q Link functions are not available with this kind of connection.
1 Connect the aerial to RF IN (Aerial input) of the DVD Recorder.
2 Connect RF OUT (Aerial output) of the DVD Recorder with the
aerial input of the TV.
3 Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals of the unit with the
COMPONENT VIDEO IN of the TV unit. Use a video cable.
Always connect terminals with the same colour.
Connect the audio cables to the corresponding audio input terminals on the TV.
4 Connect the DVD Recorder and the television to the household mains socket.
After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto-Setup to tune in
TV channels.
9
Use one of the included RF coaxial cable (black or grey) to connect this unit’s RF IN terminal to your aerial socket or aerial cable.
To the aerial
To this unit
RF coaxial cable (included, grey)
1
or
RF coaxial cable (included, black)
1
This unit’s rear panel
RF coaxial cable (included, black)
The RF cable cannot be used for
showing pictures from the DVD
Recorder. The unit must be connected
by another means e.g. Scart cable to
show pictures from the DVD Recorder
on the television set.
AC mains lead (included)
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
2
RF IN
3
3
Audio cable
L - White
R - Red
To household mains socket
(AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz)
COMPONENT VIDEO IN
Television’s rear panel
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Video cable
Y - Green
PB - Blue
PR - Red
4
AUDIO IN
4
Additional connections
Connection to COMPONENT VIDEO terminal
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal
The terminals can be used for INTERLACE or PROGRESSIVE output and deliver a
clearer picture than the S VIDEO OUT terminal. Connections via these terminals output
the colour difference signals (PB/PR) and the brightness signal (Y) separately.
Colours can be reproduced true to the original colour. The properties of the
COMPONENT VIDEO input terminal are dependent on the TV or screen.
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Progressive
16:9
On
TV System
PAL
TV Aspect
Connecting a TV with COMPONENT VIDEO input terminals
If your TV with LCD or plasma screen supports the progressive process, connect it
to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals.
If you want to enjoy full progressive video, set Progressive to [On].
HDMI Settings
AV1 Output
AV2 Settings
RGB 1
AV1 Output
SELECT Video ( with component )
SELECT
TAB
ENTER S Video ( with component )
RETURN
RETURN ENTER
RGB 1 ( without component )
If the AV1 Output setting in the Setup menu is set to [RGB 1/2 ( without component )],
there is no output to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminals.
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Set this option to [Video ( with component )].
If the unit is connected to the TV via the S VIDEO OUT or the AV1 terminal, output
is Interlace regardless of the settings.
RGB 2 ( without component )
RGB output is available all the
time while this unit is on.
!
Setup
Tuning
Disc
Picture
Sound
Display
Connection
Others
Progressive
16:9
On
TV System
PAL
TV Aspect
HDMI Settings
AV1 Output
!
!
!
!
Press FUNCTIONS.
Select [To Others] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Setup] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Select [Connection] with
, [Progressive] with ,
and confirm with ENTER.
Select the option [On] with
and confirm with ENTER.
Video
AV2 Settings
Progressive television picture
The progressive picture aspect ratio (height to width) is set to 16:9. DVD-Video with a
picture aspect ratio of 16:9 is properly displayed. However, video material with an
image page ratio of 4:3 is shown stretched from right to left. If it is possible to adjust
the picture aspect ratio on your television, select the setting [Progressive - On].
With a normal television, the progressive output can cause the picture to flicker, even
if the television is progressive-capable.
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Select the setting [Progressive - Off].
Notes on progressive-capable televisions (PAL)
LCD/plasma televisions or LCD projectors
If progressive output is used, high resolution, e.g.
DVD-Videos, can be viewed. COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT of this unit is connected with the COMPONENT
VIDEO IN of the television. Select the setting
[Progressive - On].
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Progressive output
DVD Recorder
Conventional televisions
In normal television sets, the progressive output
process can lead to flickering, even if the
television is progressive-capable. Select the
setting [Progressive - Off].
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
Progressive output
DVD Recorder
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
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Connection with S VIDEO-cable (not included)
Additional connections
You can use this frequently used
standard connection with the
provided accessories (Video
cable).
Depending on the television, the
connection with the S VIDEO
cable results in a higher quality
picture than the connection with
an Audio/Video cable.
The Q Link functions are not
available with this kind of
connection.
Connection with Video cable or S Video cable
1 Connect the aerial to RF IN (Aerial input) of the DVD Recorder.
2 Connect RF OUT (Aerial output) of the DVD Recorder with the
aerial input of the TV.
3 Connect the AUDIO OUT (L-white/R-red) of the DVD Recorder with the audio of
the television.
Connect the VIDEO OUT or S VIDEO OUT of the DVD Recorder with the input
of the television.
4 Connect the DVD Recorder and the television to the household mains socket.
After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto-Setup to tune in
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TV channels.
If the unit is connected via S Video output, select the setting S Video ( with
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component )] in the setup menu under [Connection] - [AV1 Output] .
Television’s rear panel
RF IN
2
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
The RF cable cannot be used for
showing pictures from the DVD
Recorder. The unit must be
connected by another means e.g.
Scart cable to show pictures from the
DVD Recorder on the television set.
To household
mains socket
Audio/Video IN S Video IN
Video cable or S Video cable
Audio/Video cable
(included)
Video
Yellow
L
White
R
Red
3
3
4
S Video cable
This unit’s rear panel
AC mains lead (included)
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
To household mains socket
(AC 220 V to 240 V, 50 Hz)
4
Use one of the included RF coaxial cable (black or grey) to connect this unit’s RF IN terminal to your aerial socket or aerial cable.
To the aerial
RF coaxial cable (included, grey)
1
or
RF coaxial cable (included, black)
1
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To this unit
Additional connections
Connecting to external equipment
This connections can be done in addition to the basic connection (page 8 + 10). The diagrams shows our recommendation for
how to connect the DVD Recorder to your various equipment. For this and other connections consult the instructions of each
piece of equipment.
Connecting an Amplifier
Camcorder / Game equipment
DMR-EZ25
You cannot receive signals
from PCs with this unit.
If the audio output of the other
unit is mono, connect it to the
L/MONO terminal.
Both the left and the right
channels will be recorded.
!
!
(VIDEO) OR
(S VIDEO)
Selecting the sound track (programmes with dual-channel sound) Not RAM
Analog channels:
! Before recording, select Sound setting Bilingual Audio Selection [M1] or [M2] in
the Setup menu. Select [M1] or [M2] on an external unit before recording.
! If the output signal of the external unit is an NTSC signal, set the TV System
to [NTSC] in the Setup menu.
Digital channels:
! Press DISPLAY and select the setting [Multi Audio] under Audio.
If the unit is connected to the television set with
an HDMI cable and you are using the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (Optical) for audio output, change
the HDMI settings [Digital Audio Output] to
[Optical Only] in the [Setup] menu.
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!
(AUDIO)
Connecting with HDMI over an amplifier
Television set
Connect an amplifier with a Dolby Digital-,
DTS- or MPEG decoder.
You cannot use a DTS Digital Surround
Decoder that is not designed for DVD.
In the Setup menu Sound, change the
[Digital Audio Output] setting according to
your connected digital amplifier.
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HDMI IN
Amplifier
HDMI IN
HDMI OUT
Connect this unit to a device with
a DTS decoder in order to be able
to play DVDs with this symbol.
This unit can record and playback
stereo sound in Dolby Digital
(Format: dual channel).
Pre recorded discs can be played back
in multi channel sound.
Connector
Equipment
Connecting to TV
Connecting an other VCR / DVD recorder
To watch camcorder images (Video camera)
To watch satellite broadcasts (Set top box)
To play games (Game equipment)
Q Link
Control with HDMI (HDAVI)
AV1
DVD Recorder
AV2
AV3
(Front)
AV4 IN
AV4 OUT
COMPONENT
HDMI
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Additional connections
Connecting to external equipment
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Using a fully wired 21-pin Scart cable (not included)
You can use a variety of Q Link functions by connecting the unit to a Q Link compatible television.
You can enjoy high-quality viewing by connecting the unit to an RGB compatible television.
The RF cable cannot be used for showing pictures from the DVD Recorder. The unit must be connected
by another means e.g. Scart cable to show pictures from the DVD Recorder on the television set.
TV
Use of the supplied RF coaxial cable
To prevent interference patterns from
appearing on your TV, use only the supplied
RF coaxial cables when you connect this unit
to your TV and aerial outlet or aerial cable
and Satellite receiver.
! Keep the RF coaxial cables as far away as
possible from other cables.
! Do not roll up the RF coaxial cables.
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart cable
This unit’s rear panel
RF coaxial cable
(included, black)
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart cable
RF coaxial cable
VHS / DVD Recorder
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart cable
Satellite receiver
RF coaxial cable
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Informations
Recording informations
Recording a 90 minute title to a disc with 4.7 GB of storage space.
Free storage space
It is not possible to record a 90 minute title in
XP mode.
The available storage space is used optimally
in FR mode. The title is recorded in the best
possible quality.
XP
Max. 60 min.
Discs suitable for recording
Approximate recording times in hours
Rewritable
HDD
(160 GB)
Writable
RAM -RW +RW -R
x2
x1 x2.4 x1
x3
x2 x4
x4
x5
x4 x8* x8
x6
x16
SP
Max. 120 min.
+R -R DL +R DL
x2.4 x4 x2.4
x4
x8
x16
* Playback only
LP
Max. 240 min.
HDD
(250 GB)
EP(6 hours)
Max. 360 min.
EP (8 hours)
Max. 480 min.
FR
Max. 480 min.
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Rec mode FR:
DVD-RAM
(4.7 GB) (9.4 GB)
double
DMR-EX75 DMR-EX85
sided
36
55
1
2
XP
70
111
SP
4
2
138
222
8
4
LP
EP (6 Hours)*
212
333
6
12
EP (8 Hours)
284
443
8
16
DVD-R
(4.7 GB)
DVD-R DL /+R DL
(8.5 GB)
-R DL
+R DL
1
2
4
6
1:45
3:35
7:10
10:45
1:45
3:35
7:10
8
14:20
* Only if Recording time in EP mode is set to [EP ( 6 Hours )] in the Setup menu.
Under certain circumstances, digital sound
signals may not be recorded in their original
format. Digital programmes limited to "onetime recording" can only be recorded to 12 cm
DVD-RAM.
Titles in PAL or NTSC format can be displayed
on the following TV sets:
Disc
Yes/No
PAL
Yes
NTSC
Yes
TV-typ
Multi system TV
PAL
No
NTSC
Yes
PAL
Yes
NTSC
Yes (PAL60)
NTSC-TV
PAL-TV
Informations
RAM With the [EP mode ( 8Hours )] setting, playback on DVD-RAM-compatible
DVD players may not be possible. Select [EP mode ( 6Hours )].
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Disc Protection
Protect your recordings from accidental deletion or overwriting.
31 Pictures:
31 Recordings: 26
Folder:
The entire disc: 54
If you activated write-protection, remove it before processing.
For recording
The recording is saved to free areas on the disc. If there is no more space left on the
disc/HDD, you must delete recordings or use a new disc.
Continuous recording or playback of both sides of a double-sided disc is not
possible. After the end of the recording, the unit needs approx. 30 seconds to record
data for recording management.
Programmes in 16:9 format are recorded in 4:3 format.
16:9 format is used to record to RAM.
The unit does not record in the HD ready format.
Conventional DVD-Vs are usually equipped with copy protection and cannot be copied.
Remote Control
Child lock
You can lock the buttons of the unit and the remote control.
! Press and hold RETURN and ENTER until X HOLD appears in the display.
The unit is now locked.
! To unlock the child lock, repeat the procedure until X HOLD disappears.
Switching to AV input on your Panasonic
television
! Press AV.
Switches between TV reception and AV
input each time the button is pressed.
Operating a television set
Change the remote control code to operate your television set.
! Press and hold the TV on and off switch button.
! Enter the two-digit code for your television set.
Some television models of the brands listed above, (e.g. older Panasonic units),
cannot be operated using the remote control.
Trademark
Code
Panasonic 01-04,45
AIWA
35
AKAI
27,30
BLAUPUNKT
09
BRANDT
10,15
BUSH
05,06
CURTIS
31
DESMET
05,31,33
DUAL
05,06
ELEMIS
31
FERGUSON
10
GOLDSTAR/LG
31
Trademark
Code
GOODMANS 05,06,31
GRUNDIG
09
HITACHI 22,23,31,40-42
INNO HIT
34
IRRADIO
30
ITT
25
JVC
17,39
LOEWE
07
METZ
28,31
MITSUBISHI 06,19,20
MIVAR
24
NEC
36
Trademark
Code
NOKIA
25-27
NORDMENDE
10
ORION
37
PHILIPS
05,06
PHONOLA
31,33
PIONEER
38
PYE
05,06
RADIOLA
05,06
SABA
10
SALORA
26
SAMSUNG 31,32,43
SANSUI
05,31,33
Trademark
Code
SANYO
21
SBR
06
SCHNEIDER 05,06,29-31
SELECO
06,25
SHARP
18
SIEMENS
09
SINUDYNE
05,06,33
SONY
08
TELEFUNKEN
10-14
THOMSON
10,15,44
TOSHIBA
16
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 05,06
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Informations
DVD-RAM
Playback and recording discs
RAM
4.7 GB 12 cm
9.4 GB 12 cm
2.8 GB 8 cm
rewritable
DVD-RAM
The DVD-RAM can be compared with the hard disk and can be written to 100,000 times
on average. The disc can only be played on DVD-RAM-compatible players.
The recording occurs in DVD Video Recording format (VR). Movies and parts of movies
can be edited and deleted. The deletion of movies frees previously used storage space.
The creation of playlists does not require any additional storage space.
Dual-channel sound and 16:9 format are supported in addition to the TIME SLIP function.
DVD-R/+R (Recordable)
The DVD-R/+R can only be recorded once. Movies or parts of them can be deleted during
processing, but storage space is still taken up and cannot be used for other movies.
Through finalization, the DVD-R/+R becomes DVD-V that can be played on other units.
DVD-R
(DVD-Video format)
-R
-R -R DL +R +R DL
4.7 GB 12 cm
1.4 GB 8 cm
recordable
--
+R
4.7 GB 12 cm
recordable
DVD-R/-R DL/+R/+R DL
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Finalization
On the recording unit
The movies can no longer be processed after finalization.
+R
Recording with this recorder
Playback on another unit
Recording with another unit
Playback on this recorder
DVD-RW(V)/+RW (Rewritable)
DVD-RW(V)/+RW is rewritable and erasable. You must format the disc to be able to
rewrite it again. Through finalization, the DVD-RW(V) becomes a DVD-V that can be
played on other units. A finalized DVD-RW(V) can be reformatted and rewritten. Formatting
deletes all data! A +RW becomes a DVD-V on creating a Top Menu.
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--
-RW(V)
DVD-RW(V)
(DVD-Video format)
DVD-RW
4.7 GB 12 cm
1.4 GB 8 cm
rewritable
The movies can no longer be processed after finalization.
+RW
rewritable
DVD-R DL
+RW
-R DL
8.5 GB 12 cm
writable
--
+R DL
8.5 GB 12 cm
writable
+R DL
-RW(V)
Finalizing
On the recording unit
Formatting
DVD-RW
Recording with this recorder
Playback on another unit
Recording with another unit
Playback on this recorder
DVD-R DL/+R DL (Double Layer DVD / Dual Layer DVD)
The data are saved on two parallel layers. You have more
space available. If the laser changes layers during playback, brief
image and sound distortions may occur.
If there is not enough capacity to record a title on the first layer, the
rest is recorded on the second layer. During the playback of a title
recorded on two layers, the unit automatically switches between the
layers and plays the title back like a normal title.
-RW(V)
Layer 2
Layer 1
This unit cannot be used for direct recording on a DVD-R DL/+R DL. You can record on the
hard disk and then copy the recording to a disc.
After finalization, these formats can only be replayed on DVD-R DL/+R DL/+RWcompatible players.
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Informations
Playback discs
-RW(VR)
DVD-RW
(DVD-VR format)
playable only
--
DVD-Video
playable only
DVD-V
DVD-Audio
playable only
DVD-A
CD
CD-R/RW
playable only
CD
Video CD
CD-R/RW
A DVD-RW that was recorded on another DVD recorder is played back in
DVD-VR format by this unit. Programmes limited to "one-time recording" can
be played back if they were recorded on a CPRM-compatible disc. If you
format the disc, you can record and playback the DVD-Video format.
High-quality video and music discs.
VCD
playable only
Digital-quality music discs. Playback in stereo.
Music and audio recordings, music in MP3 format, pictures in JPEG and TIFF format.
Music and video recordings.
SVCD in accordance with IEC62107.
MP3 JPEG You can playback data in MP3 and JPEG/TIFF formats from a finalized CD-R,
CD-RW or DVD-R. After the recording you must finish the session. Depending on the
recording conditions, playback can nonetheless have problems.
Some DVD-Audio with multi-channel sound is designed by the manufacturer to prevent
intermixing on the entire disc or in certain areas. Depending on the disc type, the regional
code and the recording conditions, it may not be possible to playback recorded discs.
Additional information can be found on the disc case.
Regional codes
2
2
3
4
ALL DVD-Video only
DVD-Videos with the regional code 2 or
ALL can be played with this unit.
The code is listed on the backside of
the unit.
England and Continental Europe: 2.
Informations
Only play round discs.
Do not touch the
recording surface of
the disc.
RAM
Cartridge discs
When the write protection divice is
active, you can neither record to nor
process and delete the contents of the
disc.
Cartridge write protection
Remove 8 cm discs from the cartridge
before using them with this unit.
Unplayable discs
- 2.6 GB and 5.2 GB DVD-RAM, 12 cm.
- 3.95 GB and 4.7 GB DVD-R for authoring.
- DVD-R, recorded in the DVD Video Recording format (VR).
- DVD-R (V), DVD-R DL, DVD-RW (V), +R, +R DL recorded on another unit and not finalized.
- Commercially available Blu-ray, DVD-ROM, +R (8 cm), CD-ROM, CDV, CD-G, Photo-CD,
DivX, CVD, SACD, MV-Disc, PD, “Chaoji VCD”, including CVD, DVCD and SVCD, which
are not IEC62107 compliant, etc.
Handling discs
If the surface of a disc that does not have a cartridge or that was removed
from the cartidge is not clean, recording, playback or processing can be impaired by
scratches, dirt, dust or fingerprints. Such impairments may also still occur when the
disc is inserted into the cartridge.
Note: You can only write on the label side of the disc. Use a soft, oil-based felt-tip pen.
Do not use a ball-point pen or other hard writing instrument. Do not apply stickers or
labels to the disc. When not in use, put the disc in its case or cartridge.
Cleaning the DVD-RAM
Clean the disc with a special DVD-RAM cleaner (optional) and read the cleaner
instructions before use. Stubborn dirt may not be removable so that recording,
playback or processing is still impaired even after cleaning. In this case, the disc
should no longer be used. Do not use petrol, alcohol, water, cleaning sprays,
household cleaners or other solvents.
DVD lens cleaner (RP-CL720E)
Compatible models: Only for DVD recorders.
Do NOT use this cleaner with any other Panasonic DVD products or with the DVD
products of any other companies since doing so may damage the products.
Cleaning of DVD-Videos, Video CDs and CDs
Wipe them with a damp and then a dry clothe.
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Informations
SD Memory Card
miniSDTMCard
MultimediaCard
SD
8 MB to 2 GB (Maximum)
Pictures
The used memory can deviate from
the card capabity.
Use an appropriate adapter
for miniSD™ cards.
Do not touch the
memory card contacts.
Write protection
LOCK
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SD Card
Use an SD card for playback and transfer (copying) pictures taken for example
with a Digital Camera. MPEG2 moving pictures can be copied to the hard disc or DVDRAM. Direct playback of MPEG2 moving pictures from the SD card is not possible.
If the SD Memory Card was formatted with another unit, under certain circumstances you
may possibly not be able to use it with this unit.
In this case, reformat the card with this unit.
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Caution! All saved data are deleted during formatting.
Inserting the storage card
Opening the cover.
Press on the centre
Press the protruding
of the card until it
section to open the
clicks into place.
cover to the slot.
Removing the storage card
Press on the centre of
Closing the cover
the card.
Press down.
Pull it straight out.
Insert the card label up with the
cut-off corner on the right.
When the card indicator SD on the unit’s display is flashing, the card is being read from or
written to. Do not turn off the unit or remove the card.
Such action may result in malfunction or loss of the card’s contents.
When the write protection device is activated, you can neither record nor edit or delete the
contents of the SD Card.
Keep the small memory cards such
as the SD Memory Card out of reach
of children. If swallowed, seek
medical advice immediately.
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This unit supports SD Memory Cards that are formatted with FAT 12 and FAT 16 systems
(based on SD Memory Card spec.).
Additional information is available on the Internet
http://panasonic.co.jp/pavc/global/cs
Informations
SD Card
Folder structure
Give the folders and file names three-digit prefix numbers during recording to
establish the desired playback sequence. Latin letters and Arabic numerals will
display correctly. Other characters may not display correctly.
Folders can be created on another unit, but they cannot be selected as the target
of a copy procedure.
A folder in which all numbers are "0" (e.g. DCIM000) cannot be displayed. If a
folder or file name was entered with another unit, the name may not be displayed
correctly and the data may not be able to be played or edited.
LOCK
DISC (MP3/JPEG)
P0000001.jpg
P0000002.jpg
SD Card
DCIM (Subfolder)
002 Folder
P0000003.jpg
P0000004.jpg
P0000005.jpg
003 Folder
P0000006.jpg
P0000007.jpg
P0000008.jpg
001 (Folder=Group)
001 track.mp3 (Files=track)
002 track.mp3
003 track.mp3
***XXXXX (Picture folder)
XXXX***.JPG
XXXX***.TIF
SD_VIDEO
PRG *** (MPEG2 folder)
MOV *** MOD
MOV *** MOI
PRG *** PGI
MGR_INFO (MPEG2 information folder)
002 Group
001 track.mp3
002 track.mp3
003 track.mp3
IM***CDPF or IMEXPORT
XXXX***.JPG
XXXX***.TIF
Playback sequence
This unit can display the following folder names:
* * * : figures
XXX : letters
MP3/JPEG Format
Disc (MP3/JPEG) RAM -R CD
Maximum of folders:
300 (including root folder).
Maximum number of MP3 files: 3000.
Maximum number of JPEG files: 3000.
Total number of recognizable files including MP3,JPEG and other files types is 4000.
MP3 Format:
Format:
ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats), Joliet.
Compatible compression rate: 32kbps ~ 320kbps.
Compatible sampling rate:
16kHz, 22.05kHz, 24kHz, 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz.
This unit is not compatible with ID3 tags, MP3 files must have the extension ".mp3" or ".MP3".
JPEG Format:
Format:
ISO9660 level 1 or 2 (except for extended formats), Joliet.
Compatible pixels:
between 34x34 and 6144x4096 pixels, Sub sampling 4:2:2 or 4:2:0.
Thawing Time:
approx. 3 sec (6M pixels).
This unit is not compatible with MOTION JPEG.
SD Card (JPEG) SD
Compatible Media:
Number of pixels:
Thawing Time:
Format:
SD Memory Card, miniSDTM Card (a miniSDTM Card adaptor needs to
be inserted), Multi Media Card.
34 x 34 to 6144 x 4096.
Approx. 3sec (6M pixels).
FAT12, FAT16 / JPEG conforming DCF / Sub sampling 4:2:2, 4:2:0 /
TIFF (Uncompressed RGB chunky) / DPOF Compatible.
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Informations
Hard disk (HDD)
Hard disk
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Hard disk drive (HDD)
DMR-EX75 160 GB
DMR-EX85 250 GB
rewritable
HDD
The hard disk is only a temporary memory.
Your HDD (Hard disk drive) is a high-precision recording unit with a particularly
recording capacity and high recording speed.
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The recording is made in DVD Video Recording format (VR).
Films or parts of films can be edited and deleted. Deleting films releases previously
used storage space. Creating playback lists does not take up any additional storage
space. As well as the TIME SLIP function, dual-channel sound and 16:9 format are
also supported.
The hard disk automatically goes into the SLEEP mode if no function is selected for
longer than 30 minutes and no disc is placed in the drive. An unexpected noise may
be caused when switching on and off or during the SLEEP mode. The unit is working
normally.
Your hard disk is a short-term memory medium. You should not use it for permanent
data storage of recordings. Use your hard disk to view, edit and save recordings on a
disc. If you encounter any problems, save the entire contents of your hard disk on
another medium (disc). Please take the unit to your customer service. Recordings on
a damaged hard disk cannot be rescued.
The unit must not be moved or exposed to vibrations or jolts because otherwise this
would damage the hard disk.
Do not disconnect the mains plug during recording or playback. This can cause data
loss.
Cigarette smoke, insect spray and other vapours must not penetrate the unit because
otherwise this can cause faults.
Do not place the unit on any appliance which gives off heat. Do not erect the unit in
places where condensation occurs, for example
- rooms with high humidity levels
- in the direct air flow of an air-conditioning system
- rooms with great fluctuations in temperature.
Condensation forms as moisture on a cold surface which is exposed to a sudden
extreme change in temperature. This condensation can damage the hard disk and
other parts inside the unit.
In such cases, do not switch the unit on. Wait for approx. two to three hours for the
moisture to evaporate.
When changing the location of the unit,
- switch the unit off. Wait until "BYE" goes off in the display.
- disconnect the mains plug from the socket.
- do not lift the unit up until it has stopped completely (after approx. 2 minutes),
because the hard disk runs on for a brief period after switching off.
Remaining recording time on the hard disk
This unit records with a data compression system (VBR - Variable bit rate). The
length of the programmed recording is adjusted variably to the video data being
recorded. This is why the display of the remaining recording time can differ from the
remaining recording length. If there is not enough storage space for a recording,
delete old titles from the hard disk.
Deleting playback lists does not enlarge the storage space.
Panasonic does not assume any liability for direct or indirect problems resulting in
the loss of recordings or edited contents (data) and does not guarantee that the
recorded or edited contents will work perfectly. This also applies to any repairs to
the unit (also refers to parts which are not linked to the hard disk).
No compensation is made for lost recordings or discs which have become defective.
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Informations
What can I do with which disc?
The table shows an overview of the most important functions which can be recorded,
played back and edited with the various formats on this unit. Not all funcitons are
available to the same extent for all formats. Restrictions are stated separately in the
corresponding description of the function.
Playback Functions
RAM
DVD-A DVD-V
CD
VCD
-R
-R DL -RW(V) -RW(VR)
+R
+R DL
+RW
SD
Playback of a recorded title (DIRECT NAVIGATOR)
Starting playback with Disc menu
Playback starts with the last recorded title
Playback starts from the beginning of the disc
(MP3)
Changing the audio channel (DISPLAY)
Quick View (PLAY/x1.3)
TIME SLIP
MANUAL SKIP
CREATE CHAPTER
*
Slow-motion/Frame playback
* - film scenes only,
**
** - forwards direction
Recording
RAM
DVD-A DVD-V
CD
VCD
-R
-R DL -RW(V) -RW(VR)
+R
+R DL
+RW
SD
RAM
DVD-A DVD-V
CD
VCD
-R
-R DL -RW(V) -RW(VR)
+R
+R DL
+RW
SD
RAM
DVD-A DVD-V
CD
VCD
-R
-R DL -RW(V) -RW(VR)
+R
+R DL
+RW
SD
Flexible Rec
Playback during recording
Timer Recording
Timer Recording with Ext Link
Timer Recording via external devices
Recording via DV input
Manual recording via DV input
Functions of the DIRECT NAVIGATOR
Playback
Delete
Properties
Edit
Enter Name
Set up Protection/Cancel Protection
Partial Delete
Change Thumbnail
Divide Title
Playlist
Edit Playlist
* - only Playback and Properties
Functions of the DVD/Card Management
Disc Name
Disc Protection
Delete all titles
Format Disc
Auto-Play Select
Finalize
Create Top Menu
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Informations
Recording formats / Copy protection
RAM HDD CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media)
This unit is compatible with the CPRM copy protection system for recordable media.
When using a CPRM-compatible disc, a programme can be recorded. Programmes
broadcast with this copy protection system cannot be recorded to
DVD-R or 2.8 GB DVD-RAM.
HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is copy protection which is
transferred via HDMI connections and partly via DVI. The units must be able to
decode this copy protection for playback.
Recording formats
DVD Video Recording format (VR)
This format enables recording and playback.
Digital programmes limited to "one-time recording" can be recorded to a CPRMcompatible disc. You can record to a CPRM-compatible DVD-RAM.
Playback is only possible with a compatible DVD player. Use a DVD-RAM to record
in DVD Video Recording format.
Suitable data for recording and playback: video and still pictures.
DVD-Video format (V)
This recording format is the standard DVD-Video. Digital programmes that are limited
to "one-time recording" cannot be recorded.
To record in DVD-Video format, use a DVD-R/-R DL or -RW(V).
Suitable data for recording and playback: video.
+VR format
Digital programmes that are limited to "one-time recording" cannot be recorded.
To record in +VR format, use a +R/+R DL oder +RW.
Suitable data for recording and playback: video.
Licence information
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S.
patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other
limited consumer uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Dolby Digital
Method of encoding digital signals. The signals are very much compressed in the
process to enable recordings of large volumes of data.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D
symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
Sound system used in cinemas or movie theaters all over the world. "DTS"
and "DTS 2.0 + Digital OUT" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
MP3 or MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3 is a file compression format used for digital audio
files. It provides files of an extremely small size and may cause a consequential loss
of quality. MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS
and Thomson multimedia.
HDAVI ControlTM
HDAVI ControlTM is a trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks
or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
®
VIDEO Plus+ and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar Development
Corporation. The VIDEO Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Gemstar
Development Corporation.
miniSDTM is a trademark of SD Card Association.
SD logo is a trademark.
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Informations
If you need help
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Should problems occur, please try to resolve them by referring to the following
descriptions. If this does not help, you should contact your dealer or customer
service.
Normal disc rotating sounds, atmospheric interference during reception,
picture interference while fast-forwarding, and imited reception of the satellite
programmes are not signs of a defective unit. If a disc cannot be played due to
poor quality, try it again with a disc from Panasonic.
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ERROR MESSAGES
î The unit is malfunctioning.
The error code H
or F
appears.
î The numbers following H, U or F indicate the status of the unit.
,U
!
!
Switch the unit to Standby mode with / I .
If the unit does not switch to Standby mode, press / I for approx. 10 seconds or
unplug it for a minute and then plug it back in.
Press / I to switch on the unit. If this does not solve the problem, contact
customer service with the displayed error code.
Error code U59
î The unit is hot and switches to Standby mode for safety reasons.
î Wait approx. 30 minutes until the message disappears. Place the unit in a well
ventilated location. Do not block the vents at the back of the unit.
Error code U61
î The unit has found an error during recording or playback without an inserted disc.
The unit proceeds with the recovery procedure.
This procedure restores the normal operating mode. The unit is not defect.
Please wait until the message goes off.
Error code U71
î The connected unit is not suitable for connection to HDMI.
Error code U72
Error code U73
î
î
î
î
Error code U88
î A problem occurred during recording or playback of a disc.
The unit is not defective, but is performing a restore procedure.
Wait until the error message disappears from the display.
HARD ERR
The HDMI connection does not work perfectly.
The connected unit is not suitable for connection to HDMI.
The HDMI cable is too long.
The HDMI cable is broken.
î The unit is not functioning properly.
Switch the unit off and back on again.
If this does not solve the problem, contact customer service.
!
The unit automatically
switches into standby mode.
î One of the unit’s safety devices may have been activated.
Press / I to switch on the unit.
!
FUNCTION
Unit not functioning.
î Check the connection to the power supply.
î The unit is in Standby mode for a Timer programming via external units.
EXT-L appears in the display.
! Press EXT LINK to switch off recording standby mode.
! To cancel a recording prematurely, stop the transfer of the recording signal
on the external unit.
The disc cannot be ejected.
î The unit is currently recording.
! With the unit switched off, press STOP
and CH
on the unit at the same time
and hold for about 5 seconds. Contact your dealer.
î The above procedure cannot be executed if the child-safety feature is activated.
! Switch off the child safety feature.
Access to the HDD is slow.
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The HDD (Hard disk drive) is in SLEEP mode.
("SLEEP" appears in the display of the unit).
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Informations
If you need help
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PICTURE
No picture.
î Check the connection to the TV, e.g. AV1.
î The PROGRESSIVE output is activated, but the connected TV is not
progressive-capable.
There is picture interference.
!
Press and hold STOP and PLAY/x1.3 on the unit at the same time for more than
5 seconds. The function is switched to half-picture (INTERLACE).
î The [TV System] setting does not match that on the disc.
! In STOP mode, press and hold STOP
and OPEN/CLOSE on the unit for more
than 5 seconds. This switches the unit from PAL to NTSC or vice versa.
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Television reception worsens
when the unit is connected.
î Check the antenna connection and the alignment of your antenna.
You may need to use a signal amplifier.
The TV picture format is not
set correctly.
î Check the [TV Aspect] setting in the [Connection] [Setup] menu.
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No On-screen messages.
î Change the [On-Screen Messages] setting in the [Display] [Setup] menu.
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Poor picture in spite
of good signal quality.
î Overmodulation makes the signal strength display go to red.
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SOUND
No sound. Distorted sound.
Volume set to quiet.
It is not possible to hear the
desired sound type.
!
Readjust the picture with your room aerial until the picture quality improves.
î Check the connections.
î If you connected an amplifier, check the input mode.
î Switch off the V.S.S. function if it causes problems.
!
!
Press DISPLAY to select the desired sound type.
Change the appropriate setting in the Sound Setup menu.
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î The sound cannot be switched on some discs.
The sound cannot be set for
stereo or NICAM broadcasts.
î Connect external unit with audio cables even if you use a digital connection.
î You can change the sound type when using DVD-RAM.
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No functions.
î
î
î
î
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The TV cannot be operated.
î An incorrect remote control code was selected.
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The display light is weak.
î Change the [FL Display] setting in the [Display] [Setup] menu.
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"0:00" blinks on the unit display.
î No time. Set the time in the [Others] [Clock] [Setup] menu.
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î The external unit is not connected correctly.
î The incorrect input channel AV2, AV3, AV4 or DV IN was selected.
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REMOTE CONTROL
An incorrect remote control code was selected.
Check the batteries.
Point the remote control at the sensor on the unit.
The child lock feature has been activated.
DISPLAY
External Input
Video or audio is not recorded
from an external unit.
Software Update
When are the software updates
broadcast?
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î The unit shows automatically when a software update has been broadcast, and
also automatically updates the software if thus function has not been switched off
in the [Setup] menu.
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Informations
If you need help
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PLAYBACK
Playback does not start.
î The disc is dirty or badly scratched.
î You inserted a disc that is not suitable for playback.
î You inserted a blank disc.
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DVD-Video will not play.
î Some DVD-Videos cannot be played if the security level has been changed.
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No reaction when PLAY
is pressed.
î
appears on the screen. The procedure is being prevented by the unit or the
disc.
î The child lock feature has been activated.
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A title or chapter is not played
back afer being selected.
î Some titles or chapters of DVD-Videos are not played back if the security level has
been changed.
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Soundtrack/subtitles cannot be
selected or do not match the
language selected in the Setup
menu.
î The subtitles were not recorded on the disc or are not switched on.
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î The languages were not recorded on the disc.
î You may need to use the disc menu to select the languages.
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The angle cannot be changed.
î The angle perspective can only be changed for scenes that were recorded from
different angles.
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You forgot your security password.
RECORDING
Cannot record.
Some or all recorded programmes
were lost.
!
Select the DVD drive and, while the disc tray is open, press and hold
PLAY/x1.3 on the unit for at least 5 seconds.
REC and
î Check whether the inserted disc is suitable for recording.
î The disc is not formatted. Format the disc.
î The write-protection device on the cartridge is set to "PROTECT".
Deactivate the write protection.
î Deactivate the write protection in the DVD Management menu.
î The material that you want to record is copy-protected. The number of possible
copies is limited with some programmes.
î Discs containing PAL and NTSC signals cannot be recorded.
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î If there is a power cut during recording or processing, or if the unit is unplugged
from the household mains socket, the programme may be lost or the disc may be
damaged. Reformat the disc or use a new disc.
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Timer Recording
is not functioning.
î The Timer programming is defective, different Timer programmes overlap each
other. Correct the programming.
î Check the clock setting.
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Timer Recording
cannot be cancelled.
!
With an EXT LINK-controlled recording via an external unit, press EXT LINK.
The EXT-L display disappears.
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î If you want to cancel the recording prematurely, stop the transfer of recording
signal on the external unit. Press EXT LINK to switch off recording standby.
COPYING
Noises from rotating Disc.
You cannot copy to a DVD-R etc.
In High Speed Mode.
Copying also takes relatively
long in the high-speed mode.
!
When recording or high-speed copying on a Disc, the rotation noise is
louder than normal.
!
Before recording on the hard disk [Rec for High Speed Copy], adjust to [On] in the
[Setup] menu.
!
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Sometimes, not even high-speed compatible discs allow for recordings at
maximum speed.
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Informations
If you need help
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TV Guide
The displayed information is
wrong.
î The broadcasting companies are responsible for the information. Deviations are
possible when changes are made at the last minute.
No or incomplete data.
î Date/time incorrectly set.
î The signal is too weak or no signal was found.
Check the aerial. Realign the aerial and check the values with the signal quality in
the [Setup] menu.
î The broadcasting companies are responsible for the information. Deviations are
possible when changes are made at the last minute.
EPG database empty or
incomplete after switching on.
î Downloading the data was not possible. Switch the unit to standby over night.
î Activate the EPG Download in the [Setup] menu.
No current data in spite of active
EPG download function.
î Downloading the data was not possible. Switch the unit to standby over night.
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DVB-T
î The signal is too weak or no signal was found.
Check the aerial. Realign the aerial and check the values with the signal quality in
the [Setup] menu.
î Repeat the auto setup.
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Date/time incorrectly set.
î The transmission did not work.
Repeat the Automatic Time Setting.
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Unusual station sorting.
î The station sorting of this unit is pre-defined. Use profiles to sort the stations
as you want them.
No station found.
Time not set.
No teletext.
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î This DVD Recorder does not support analogue teletext.
î When subtitle is on or additional information in the Digital channel information is
displayed, Digital Teletext does not work.
No automatic station allocation in
VIDEO Plus+.
î No unique code for the digital stations. Allocate the stations manually when
programming for the first time. The DVD Recorder will then recognise the stations
correctly in future.
Which aerial is suitable for
receiving DVB-T?
î Any (terrestrial) roof aerial can be used. Room rod aerials are also suitable. Use
an active room aerial if the reception is poor.
After the auto setup, there aren't
any stations in the station list
although found stations were
displayed during auto setup.
î [Shipping Condition] was performed or the unit was in the delivery status. The
auto setup was then started and interrupted.
Do an auto setup again and let it continue right through to the end. The data is
only saved after this has been completed.
Informations
If you need help
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HDMI
Which accessories are required
to hear multi-channel Surround
Sound?
î Multi-channel sound can only be played back with this unit if it is connected with
an HDMI cable or a digital audio optical fibre cable to an amplifier with an
integrated decoder.
Switching on takes longer in
spite of the Quick Start function.
î All units connected by HDMI are checked while switching on.
This can take a while.
No picture on the television set.
î Check whether the television set and DVD Recorder are connected correctly with
the HDMI cable. If the external unit has been connected correctly, the HDMI
message appears briefly on the display of the DVD Recorder.
î If more than four units are connected with HDMI cables, you may possibly not be
able to see a picture. Reduce the number of connected units.
î If the unit is connected via COMPONENT VIDEO OUT to a television unit which is
not progressive-compatible, no unit can be connected with HDMI. The
[Progressive] setting is automatically switched to [On] in the Setup if a unit is
connected up with HDMI.
Wrong screen format.
Part of the picture appears
duplicated some of the time
when using the output.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
No sound.
Low volume.
Sound with interference.
The required audio type cannot
be heard.
HDAVI Control is not working.
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î If a television set is connected via HDMI AV OUT, in the [Setup] menu, set the
setting [Aspect for 4:3 Video] to [4:3].
î Check the setting [TV Aspect] in the [Setup] menu.
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î Do not connect this unit to the television set with an HDMI cable.
î In the Setup menu, set the [Progressive] setting to [Off].
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î The amplifier connected via HDMI does not support CPPM and the HDMI Ver. 1.1.
Standard. No Multi Audio-Disc can be played back.
î The sound is not played back if the Bitstream Signal is output from HDMI AV OUT
or OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT.
î If more than four units are connected with HDMI cables, you may possibly not hear
any sound. Reduce the number of connected units.
î If the unit is connected with an HDMI cable to a television set and OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT is used as audio output, in the [Setup] menu, set the setting
[Digital Audio Output] to [Optical only].
î When one or several units are connected via HDMI AV OUT, it is possible for there
to be interference with the sound. Select another connection type.
î In the [Setup] menu, change the setting [Control with HDMI / Q Link] to
[HDMI and Q Link].
î Use a fully wired HDMI cable.
î The connected unit possibly does not support HDAVI control.
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Informations
Glossary
Bitstream
Digital multi-channel audio data (e.g. 5.1-channel) before decoding to the individual
channels.
Decoder (e.g. DTS / Dolby Digital)
A decoder converts the coded audio signals of the DVDs back to the original signals.
This procedure is called decoding.
Digital audio optical fibre cable
When this cable is connected, the electronic signals for output to the amplifier are
converted into optical signals.
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
DPOF is the standard format for printing pictures recorded with a digital camera etc.
It enables automatic printing in a photo shop or on your own printer.
Chrominance signal
The three signals red, green and blue can be converted into three other signals: luminance
Y (luminance signal) and 2 chrominance signals PB/PR (colour difference signals).
Brightness signal Y
Analogue video signal showing the brightness levels of the picture, regardless of the
colour signal (C) chrominance signal. It allows for higher resolution and colour reproduction
true to the original colour.
LPCM (Linear PCM)
These are uncompressed digital signals, similar to those on CDs. LPCM sound can be
used during recording in XP mode.
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
Standard procedure for recording uncompressed digital audio signals.
RGB (Red Green Blue)
This refers to the three primary colours of light, red (R), green (G), and blue (B) and also
the method of producing video that uses them. By dividing the video signal into the three
colours for transmission, noise is reduced for even higher quality images.
Scan frequency
When converting (encoding) to a digital signal, the (analogue) sound signal is scanned
at certain time intervals. The number of scans per second is called the scan frequency.
The higher the scan frequency, the better the original sound is reproduced.
Sound mixing
This is the remixing of the multi-channel sound that exists on some discs to two channels
for stereo output. Sound mixing makes sence e.g. if you want to playback the 5.1-channel
sound of a DVD over your television speakers. However, some discs do not allow mixing.
In this case, only the two front channels are output.
TIFF (Tag Image File Format)
This is a system used for compressing/decoding colour still pictures, a common format for
storing high quality images on digital cameras and other devices.
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Specifications
Power supply:
AC 220 V - 240 V
Power consumption:
33 W (approx. 2 W in power save mode)
LASER specification
LASER product of class 1
Wavelength: 662 nm for DVD, 780 nm for CD
No hazardous radiation is emitted with the safety
protection.
Laser performance:
50 Hz
Optical pick-up
System with 1 lens, 2 integration units.
Recording format
DVD-RAM: DVD Video Recording format
DVD-R: DVD-Video format
DVD-R DL: DVD-Video format
DVD-RW: DVD-Video format
+R, +RW, +R DL
DVD-RAM (VR format), DVD-R (Video format, MP3,
JPEG), DVD-R DL (Video format), DVD-RW (Video
format, VR format), +R, +R DL, +RW, DVD-VIDEO,
DVD-AUDIO, CD-AUDIO (CD-DA), Video CD, SVCD
(conforming to IEC62107), CD-R/CD-RW (CD-DA,Video
CD, SVCD, MP3/JPEG formatted discs)
Playback Disc
Regional Code
Video interface
Input
AV1 SCART
AV2 SCART
AV3 VIDEO
AV3 S VIDEO IN
AV4 IN
AV4 S VIDEO IN
Output
AV1 SCART
AV2 SCART
VIDEO
S VIDEO
COMPONENTVIDEO OUT
#2
Input impedance: 75 Ohm.
Video: 1 Vp-p
Video: 1 Vp-p, RGB Video: 0.7Vp-p (PAL),
S Video: Y: 1 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)
Video: 1 Vp-p
Y: 1 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)
Video: 1 Vp-p
Y: 1 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)
For 75 Ohm termination.
Video: 1 Vp-p; RGB: 0.7 Vp-p
S Video: Y: 1 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)
Video: 1 Vp-p
Video: 1 Vp-p
Y: 1 Vp-p, C: 0.3 Vp-p (PAL)
Y: 1 Vp-p, PB: 0.7 Vp-p, PR: 0.7 Vp-p
(PAL: 576p/576i, NTSC:480p/480i)
Antenna Receive Input 75 Ohm Termination
RF Converter Output not provided
Active Antenna
not provided
Tuner
Tuner System
Channel Coverage
Dimensions:
Weight:
Operating temperature:
Operating humidity:
Recording Disc
DVD-RAM disc:
approx. 430 mm (W) x 58 mm (H) x 329 mm (D)
approx. 4.3 kg
5°C - 40°C
10% - 80% RH (no condensation)
+R disc:
+RW disc:
Ver.2.0
Ver.2.1/3XSPEED DVD-RAM Revision 1.0
Ver.2.2/5X SPEED DVD-RAM Revision 2.0
for General Ver.2.0
for General Ver.2.0/4X SPEED DVD-R Revision 1.0
for General Ver.2.x/8X SPEED DVD-R Revision 3.0
for General Ver.2.x/16X SPEED DVD-R Revision 6.0
for DL Ver.3.0
for DL Ver.3.x/4x SPEED DVD-R for DL Revision 1.0
Ver.1.1
Ver. 1.x/2X SPEED DVD-RW Revision 1.0
Ver. 1.x/4X SPEED DVD-RW Revision 2.0
Ver. 1.x/6X SPEED DVD-RW Revision 3.0
Ver.1.0, Ver.1.1, Ver.1.2, Ver. 1.3, for DL Ver. 1.0
Ver. 1.1, Ver.1.2/4X SPEED
HDD
160/250 GB
DVD-R disc :
DVD-RW disc:
Video interface
TV system:
Recording System:
DV Input
HDMI output
SD Card Slot
Audio interface
Input
AV1 SCART
AV2 SCART
AV3 AUDIO
AV4 AUDIO
Output
AV1 SCART
AV2 SCART
AUDIO
OPTICAL
Recording System:
PAL Colour Signal 625lines 50fields,
NTSC Colour Signal 525Lines 60Fields
MPEG 2 (Hybrid VBR)
IEEE1394 Standard (4pin), (PAL/NTSC)
Version 1.2a ( 576i/480i/ 576p/480p 720p 1080i )
(EDID Ver. 1.3) 19pin type A
SD Memory Card Slot
Input impedance: more than 10 kOhm.
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
The output impedance of each output terminal is
less than 1 kOhm.
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms at 1 kHz
Standard: 0.5 Vrms, full scale: 2 Vrms ar 1 kHz
Optical connection (PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG)
Dolby Digital 2ch, Linear PCM (XP mode)
[PAL-I]
UHF: CH 21-68; [DVB-T] UHF: CH21-68
Quick Start: From Power on, recording starts in about 1 second after the REC button is pressed.
If the GUIDE button is pressed while the unit is off, the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) displays in about 1 second.
(If the TV is connected to the DVD-Recorder with Scart, COMPONENT VIDEO, VIDEO or S VIDEO)
HDD RAM
Note: The values given for weight and dimension are approximate values. The technical data can be changed without advanced notice.
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Informations
Index
Page
65
+VR format
AC IN
7,8,10
Add New DVB Service
45
Angle
56
Audio Channel
56
Audio mode for DV Input
49
Auto Finalize
16
Auto Setup (analogues channels) 9,46
Auto Setup (digital channels)
9,45
Auto-Play
55
AV1 Output
50
AV2 Input
50
Page
Double-Layer-DVDs
66
Download from TV
9,46
DPOF
31
DTS
49,63,72
Dual-channel sound
63
DV IN
43
DVB Multi Audio
57
DVB Preferred Subtitle
49
DVD Video Recording format
66
DVD-Audio Video mode Playback 47
DVD-Video format
66
Dynamic Range Compression
49
Ext Link
Backup recording
Batteries
Bilingual Audio Selection
Bitstream
15
5
49
49
Camcorder
63
Cartridge Discs
67
Chapter
-DIRECT NAVIGATOR
26
-Playlists
42
Child lock
65
Clock
9,52
Comb Filter
48
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 50,60,61
Copy
33
Copy direction
35,36,38
Copy mode
35,36,38
Copy Time
35
CPRM
72
Create List
36,38
Date
Default Settings
Delete
-Chapter
-Partial
-Playlists
-Timer
-Title
-TV stations (analogue)
Dialog Enhancer
Digital Audio Output
Digital TEXT
Direct TV recoding
Disc Menu
Disc Name
Dolby Digital
9,52
53
23
28
27
41
20
26
46
57
51
24
17
47
54
49,63,72
Finalize
FL Display
Flexible Rec
Folder
Formatted
21,50
16,37,55
49
43
32
16,54
Grey Background
49
HDCP
HDMI
High Speed Copy
72
58,59
33,47
Initialize
JPEG
Language Codes
LASER
Letterbox
LPCM
MP3
MPEG
New Service Messages
NICAM
NTSC
On Screen Messages
OPTICAL
Optical digital audio cable
Owner ID
PAL
PCM Down Conversion
Playback discs
53
29,32
51
3
50
49
32,72
72
49
46
22,48,50
49
63
63
9,53
22,48,50
49
66
Playback NR
Position
Profile
Programme Name
Progressive
Protection
-Album
-Cartridge
-Disc
-Picture
-Title
Page
57
57
44
20,23
50,59
31
67
54
31
27
Q Link
Quick View
59
14
Rec for High Speed copying
Recording discs
Recording mode
Recording time
Recording time EP-Mode
Regional codes
Remote Control
RENEW
Repeat Play
RGB
47
66
17
65
65
67
12,65
20
57
50
S VIDEO
Satellite Receiver
SD Card Copying
Seamless Play
Shipping Condition
Signal Quality
Slide Show
Soundtrack
Source Chapter
Source Title
Still Picture
Subtitle
System Update
50,62
10,11
39
48
53
45
30
56
40
40
56
56
53
TIFF
TIME SLIP
Top Menu
Transfer Mode
TV Aspect
TV Codes
TV Guide
TV System
29
14
23,55
57
50
65
18
50
V.S.S.
Video Plus+
57
21
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