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Before you start recording
Recordings on a DVD disc are called â€˜titlesâ€™. Every title consists of one or more chapters.
DVD+RW TITLE 1
CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 3
Disc is not a DVD video disc
CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2
Press OK to open tray or press REC to erase disc
For more information about how to go to other titles or chapters see â€˜Playback - general featuresâ€™. Important: Recordings on a DVD+RW disc are normally started from the position of the so-called disc pointer, i.e. the point where the last recording was stopped. From there on earlier recordings may be overwritten without notice, unless the disc is write protected. In this respect your DVD recorder behaves just like a Video Cassette Recorder. If you want to make a recording without the risk of overwriting earlier recordings use the safe Record Function (see Manual Recording - Safe Record) In the Index Picture Screen you can select the point where you want to start your recording. Use the w v (down up cursor) and 5 REVERSE / 6 FORWARD keys. You can see the the current location on the disc bar, indicated by the arrow. Your DVD recorder always checks the disc that you have inserted: â€° When a DVD+RW disc is inserted on which recordings have been made, the Index Picture Screen is shown on your TV screen. â€° If the inserted disc is a completely empty recordable disc, the message â€˜EMPTY DISCâ€™ appears on the display. â€° If the inserted disc is a DVD+RW disc with a content that is not DVD-Video compatible (e.g. a data disc), a dialog box is shown with the option to erase or eject the disc. You can only record on this disc after erasing it with the RECORD key. Note: - On a disc containing PAL recordings, no NTSC recordings can be made and vice versa. On an empty disc, either type of recordings can be made. - No recordings can be made from so-called â€˜Pseudo-PALâ€™ or PAL-60 sources.
01 B B C 1
â€° A disc can hold up to 48 titles (including empty titles). When this maximum is reached the onscreen message â€˜Too many titlesâ€™ appears, if you want to make a new recording. You have to erase a title first next to an empty title. (See â€˜Managing Disc Contentâ€™.)
Normally, the DVD recorder displays the contents of the disc on screen. l Press MONITOR in order to switch to the internal tuner, or whichever other source is selected, if you want to check the input before starting a recording. â€° On the TV screen, you will see the actual picture quality that you will get if you record: the video has been encoded and decoded again. This is why you will see a delay of about 1.5 seconds when using a â€˜liveâ€™ source such as a camera. l In monitor mode you can choose programme numbers directly with the digit keys 0-9 on the remote control. l Press SELECT repeatedly to select the desired record mode. l Press MONITOR again to go back to disc mode.
l Insert a recordable DVD+RW or DVD+R disc. l Normally, the DVD recorder displays the contents of the disc on the screen. l Use the MONITOR button to see the currently selected TV channel. l Use CHANNEL 3 or CHANNEL 4 (on the recorder) or CH+, CH- (on the remote control) to select the programme number (programme name) from which you wish to record. â€° When a TV channel transmits a channel name, it will be shown on the display.