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Quito 10:00am on Thursday, November 4th, 2010 
Main problem is complication. Learning how to use is difficult until one gets used to the delay. plays most movie file formats. copies dvd very easily and quick. unit freezes occassionally needing a reboot. very complicated instructions. still unable to use properly.
Hatstand 1:00pm on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 
Nightmare on Comet Street This m/c will be JUNK when analogue is phased out. Why is it still being sold? Great product for non freeview digital users Got this product as we have virgin cable and wanted something that could record onto a hard disc.
madmaxmarchhare 4:18am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010 
the philips dvd player is brillient this iterm is brillient i have this at home and i havent had any problems and its easy to put things to disc.
bgon 11:31am on Friday, August 13th, 2010 
Nightmare on Comet Street This m/c will be JUNK when analogue is phased out. Why is it still being sold?
prapanther 8:50am on Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 
Whoever designed the Philips DVDR handset should find another job. Uncomfortable to hold, the buttons are unresponsive and poorly laid out. At 18 months old only would not allow me to access the edit section, so I could not erase or finalise disks.

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Philips Hard disk/DVD recorder

DVDR3440H

Watch what you want when you want
Record on Hard Disk without having to worry where to store it. Keep what you like on DVD in lasting quality.
Record, transfer or archive conveniently Record up to 130 hours of TV on the 80GB hard disk High-speed archiving from Hard Disk to DVD i.LINK digital input for perfect digital camcorder copies Plays and records what you want Plays MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX 3.11/4.x/5.x/6 Dual Media conveniently records on both DVD+R/RW & DVD-R/RW Plays CD, (S)VCD, DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW Simplicity in recording and playback One Touch Pause Live TV freezes the action instantly Instant Replay for reliving a live TV moment with one touch ShowView for quick and easy programming

Hard disk/DVD recorder

DVDR3440H/58

Highlights

i.LINK digital input DVD+R/RW and DVD-R/RW discs. Now you can buy any disc and your Philips recorder will always create fully compatible recordings, which can be played on any DVD player. One Touch Pause Live TV Pause Live TV puts you in absolute control. Once the recorder is turned on, a large builtin memory automatically starts recording the program you are watching -- allowing you to pause, replay or save the program, anytime. If you need to take a break, you can pause your 'live' TV program with just one touch of a button, and resume watching when it suits you. Instant Replay Skipping backwards further requires nothing more than pressing the button again. ShowView
Also known as IEEE 1394 and FireWire, i.Link carries all audio and video signals via a single cable digitally, with no loss in picture and sound quality. With i.Link digital video input, you can copy your home videos in their original digital picture quality. Multi-format playability(DivX) Multi-format playability allows you to play most file formats for maximum listening and viewing pleasure, including MP3, WMA, JPEG and the popular DivX digital media format. DivX playback enables you to play and share compressed high quality DivX video content beyond your computer. Dual Media Philips DVD Recorders support dual media recording the ability to create recordings on
With the ShowView system, all you need to do to program your video recorder is to enter the ShowView number a single code of up to nine digits (but usually less) that is printed next to each TV program in most TV guides.
With Instant Replay, you can relive magic movie moments and super sports scenes anytime you want. At the touch of a button, the hard disk will replay the last 30 seconds.

Specifications

Picture/Display
D/A converter: 10 bit, 54 MHz A/D converter: 10 bit, 54 MHz Pause Live TV
Tuner/Reception/Transmission
D/A converter: 24 bit, 96 kHz A/D converter: 24 bit, 96 kHz Recording Media: DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW Recording system: PAL Compression formats: MPEG2 Recording Modes: High Quality (HQ), Standard Play (SP), Standard Play Plus (SPP), Long Play (LP), Extended Play (EP), Super Long Play (SLP), Super Extended Play (SEP) Audio compression: Dolby Digital
TV system: PAL I, PAL B/G, PAL D/K, SECAM B/G, SECAM D/K, SECAM L/L'

Connectivity

Video Recording
Front / Side connections: Audio L/R in, CVBS in, i.LINK DV in (IEEE1394, 4-pin), S-video in Rear Connections: Analog audio Left/Right out, Composite video (CVBS) output, Digital coaxial out, S-Video out, RF antenna in / TV out, SCART1 (CVBS, RGB out), SCART2 (CVBS, RGB in)

Convenience

Video Playback
Playback Media: CD-R/CD-RW, DVD-Video, Video CD/SVCD, DVD+R/+RW, DVD-R/-RW Compression formats: MPEG2, MPEG1, DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, DivX 5.x, DivX 6.0, MPEG4
Programmable Events: 8 Programming/Timer Enhancements: Daily/Weekly Repeat Program, ShowView, VPS/PDC recording control, Manual Timer, One Touch Recording

Audio Playback

Power supply: 220-240V Power consumption: 50 W Standby power consumption: 3.0W

Playback Media: CD-R/RW, Audio CD Compression format: MP3, Dolby Digital, MPEG2 Multichannel, PCM, WMA

Accessories

Still Picture Playback
Playback Media: CD-R/RW Picture Compression Format: JPEG Picture Enhancement: Slideshow with MP3 playback
Remote Control 12NC: 242254900968 Included Accessories: User Manual, Quick start guide, Power cord, Full SCART cable, Antenna cable, 2 x AA Batteries, Remote Control Set dimensions (W x H x D): 435 x 65 x 340 mm Set weight: 4.3 kg Packaging dimensions (W x H x D): 516 x 155 x 437 mm Weight incl. Packaging: 6 kg

Dimensions

Storage Media
Hard Disk Capacity: 80 GB HDD recording enhancements: Instant Replay,
Issue date 2009-07-02 Version: 5.1.11
2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com
12 NC: 13592 EAN: 97117 1

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Cleaning discs

Some problems occur because the disc inside the recorder is dirty (frozen picture, sound disruptions, picture distortions). To avoid these problems, discs should be cleaned on a regular basis. To clean a disc, use a micro fibre cleaning cloth and wipe the disc from the centre to the edge in a straight line.

Setup precautions

Finding a suitable location Place the set on a flat, hard and stable surface. Do not place the set on a carpet. Do not position the set on top of other equipment that might heat it up (e.g., receiver or amplifier). Do not put anything under the set (e.g., CDs, magazines). Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power plug can be reached easily. Space for ventilation Place the apparatus in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent internal heat build up. Allow at least 10 cm (4) clearance from the rear and the top of the set and 5 cm (2) from the left and right to prevent overheating. Avoid high temperatures, moisture, water and dust Apparatus must not be exposed to dripping or splashing. Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g., liquid filled objects, lighted candles).
CAUTION! Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static sprays intended for discs.
HDD (Hard Disk Drive) handling care
The hard disk drive (HDD) has a high storage density that enables long recording duration and high speed data access. Depending on the setup environment and handling, some content may be damaged resulting in failure of playback and recording. To avoid damage to the HDD and losing important data, observe following precautions: Do not move the recorder or subject it to vibration. Do not remove the AC power plug from the mains socket without switching the recorder to standby mode. WARNING! The HDD is not a device for storing recorded content permanently. We recommend that you copy the important video content to a recordable DVD as backup.
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Product Information

Introduction
This recorder has a built-in hard disk drive (HDD) and you can record more than 130 hours of video. Note: These values are estimates only. Parts of the HDD storage capacity will be reserved for the operations of this recorder and time shifting. This recorder allows you to enjoy the flexibility to keep recordings in the HDD or copy to a recordable DVD for future playback. Furthermore, you can take advantage of features like Instant Replay, or Pause Live TV; see the section Control TV programmes. Before you can start using this recorder, you must complete the basic connections and set-up in three easy steps. Step 1: Basic recorder connections Step 2: Optional connections for other devices Step 3: Basic installation and set-up Please take time to read this user manual before using the recorder. It contains important information and notes regarding operations of the recorder. Helpful Hints: If you have any questions or if problems occur during operation, see the chapter Troubleshooting. If you need further assistance, please call the customer support service for your country. The corresponding telephone numbers and e-mail addresses are given in the guarantee booklet. Refer to the type plate on the rear or bottom of the product for identification and supply ratings. English

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Option 2 Option 1 OR

DIGITAL IN

TV/Stereo

AV amplifier/ receiver
Connecting the audio cables
This connection enables you to listen to the sound. However, this connection is not required if this recorder is connected to the TV using the supplied SCART cable. Option 1: Using an audio cable You can connect the recorder to a two channel stereo system (mini system, TV) or receiver in order to enjoy the stereo sound system. Use the supplied audio cable (red/white ends) to connect the AUDIO L/R OUT sockets to these devices with the same input sockets.
Option 2: Using a coaxial cable You can connect the recorder to an AV amplifier/receiver in order to enjoy multichannel surround sound. Use a coaxial cable (not supplied). Connect the COAXIAL (DIGITAL AUDIO) socket on the recorder to the digital input of the amplifier/receiver. Before you start operating, set the digital audio output settings accordingly (see the section PLAYBACK settings Digital Audio Output). If the AUDIO settings do not match your amplifiers capabilities, the amplifier may produce a strong, distorted sound or no sound at all. Helpful Hint: Do not connect your TVs audio output sockets to the AUDIO L/R (IN-EXT) sockets on this recorder, this may cause unwanted noise.
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Step 2: Optional Connections
Back of a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver (Example only)

AUDIO L

ANTENNA EXT 2 AUX - I/O S-VIDEO
Connecting to a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver
Option 1 If your Cable Box/Satellite Receiver has only an aerial output socket (RF OUT or TO TV), see Step 1: Basic Recorder Connections Connecting the aerial cables for the complete connections to your TV.
Option 2 (as shown on the above illustration) If your Cable Box/Satellite Receiver has a SCART output socket
A Keep the existing aerial connection to
your Cable Box/Satellite Receiver.
B Use a RF coaxial cable to connect the
Cable Box/Satellite Receiver signal (or labelled as RF OUT or TO TV) to the ANTENNA socket on the recorder.
C Use another RF coaxial cable to connect
socket on the recorder to the the TV aerial input socket on the TV.

The Time Shift video bar consists of the following information :
a Content temporarily saved in the time

shift buffer.

b The TV programme start time.
Once it has exceeded 6 hours, the content stored at the beginning will be deleted and the start time will be updated accordingly. c Status of source of video input. LIVE or the time of current playback being viewed HH:MM:SS. d Icon which shows the status of the time shift buffer. playback of content stored in the time shift buffer. marks the beginning of content recording. marks the current recording in progress. the current screen has been paused from playback. (This will not pause recording).
TIPS: Press INFO to display the time shift video bar or help text.
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Before Recording (continued)
Default Recording settings
The default recording settings will allow you to preset auto chapter markers and the preferred mode of recording quality for HDD recording. Auto Chapter Markers You can insert chapter markers within a title during recording. This allows you to access to specific points on the recording. English
A Press SETUP on the remote control.
keys to highlight { Auto Chapter Marker } and press to access its options. keys to select your preferred setting.
keys to highlight { SETUP MENU - GENERAL } and press to confirm.

SETUP MENU - GENERAL

Auto Chapter Marker Record Quality DivX(R) Video on Demand Delete Optical Disc 5min. SP OK OK

C Press OK to confirm.

Default Recording Quality The setting defines the picture quality of recordings and the maximum recording time on the HDD. Important! When copying from the HDD to a recordable DVD, the mode of record quality for the selected recording in the HDD will automatically be transferred. It is not possible to select another mode of record quality.
keys to select the setting you wish to change and press OK to confirm. Instructions and explanation of the options are provided in the following pages.

D To exit, press SETUP.

keys to highlight { Record Quality } and press to access its options. keys to select your preferred mode of record quality.
Press to go back to previous menu item. Press SETUP to exit the menu.
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GENERAL settings (underlined options are the factory default settings) Auto Chapter Marker You can insert chapter markers within a title during recording This lets you access to specific points on the recording. Press to access the menu and use the options.
{ 5min. } { 10min. } { 20min. } { 30min. } { Off }

keys to select one of

Chapter markers are inserted during recording at every 5 minutes interval. Chapter markers are inserted during recording at every 10 minutes interval. Chapter markers are inserted during recording at every 20 minutes interval. Chapter markers are inserted during recording at every 30 minutes interval. The feature is disabled.

B Find the footage on the DV camcorder
that you want to start recording from and set the camcorder to pause mode.
C Switch on the TV to the correct
D Switch on the recorder and press DV on
the remote control. An information box will be displayed.
System State: Stop DV State: Stop Record to Hard Disk As Standard Play Elapsed Time: 00:00:00 Remaining Time: 00:00:00

TUNER SOURCE

Press SELECT repeatedly to change the mode of record quality.
E Press REC to start recording and
press the PLAY key on the DV camcorder to start playback. To pause the recording, press PAUSE. To resume recording, press PLAY again. A new chapter marker is created after recording restarts.

PAUSE REC

A Connect the external device to this
recorder (See the chapter Step 2: Optional Connections).
F To stop recording, press STOP.
A new title will be created when you begin another recording. To record directly to a recordable DVD, see the chapter Record on Recordable DVD.
B Switch on the TV to the correct
C Press STANDBY-ON 2 to switch on
the recorder. If no TV programme appears on the screen, press TUNER on the remote control.
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D Press SOURCE repeatedly to select the
correct input channel that matches the connected socket of the device. { EXT 1 } : EXT 1 TO TV I/O scart socket at the back. { EXT 2 } : EXT 2 AUX I/O scart socket at the back. { CAM 1 } : VIDEO socket on the front. { CAM 2 } : S-VIDEO socket on the front. English

Instant recording

This function allows you to make a recording with a pre-determined duration without using the timer programming.
A Press REC repeatedly to toggle
between recording options of 30-minute increments (30, 60 and up to 360minutes of recording).
E Press REC to start recording.
You can also press REC repeatedly to increase the recording time in 30-minute increments.
B The recorder will stop recording at the
designated end time. If you wish to stop the recording before the scheduled time, press STOP.
F Start playback on the connected device.
The content from the connected device will be recorded.

G To stop the recording before the
scheduled ending, press STOP. To record directly to a recordable DVD, see the chapter Record on Recordable DVD.
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Watch playback from another source during recording
While recording is in progress, you can watch another TV channel or the playback from another audio/video device which is connected to this recorder.

DVD TV/DVD

You can playback another HDD title whilst recording is in progress. Press HDD to view the HDD title list. Use keys to highlight the title you want and press PLAY. Watching DVD playback You can playback another DVD title whilst recording is in progress. Press DVD to view the disc menu of the DVD in the tray. Use keys to highlight the title you want and press PLAY
Watching playback from another device This is only possible if the recorder is connected to the TV using the EXT1 TO TV-I/O socket. Press TV/DVD to view the picture from the device which is connected to the EXT2 AUX-I/O socket of this DVD recorder. Watching another TV channel If there is no device connected to the EXT2 AUX-I/O socket, pressing TV/DVD will switch to TV mode. Use the TVs remote control to change the channels. The message TV/LOOP will be displayed on the recorders system display panel. To switch back to recorder mode, press TV/DVD on the remote control. Helpful Hint: Remember to switch the TV back to its video input channel if you want to watch the TV channel through the recorder or playback the recorded disc.
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Watching HDD title playback

Record on Recordable DVD

IMPORTANT! Unrecordable pictures Television programmes, films, video tapes, discs, and other materials may be copy-protected and therefore cannot be recorded on this recorder. English

Discs for recording

There are several formats of recordable DVD discs which can be used with this recorder:
Copying from HDD to a recordable DVD
You can copy a recorded title(s) from the HDD (hard disk drive) to a recordable DVD. The time taken to copy content from the HDD to a recordable DVD depends on the record quality of the HDD recordings. It is not possible to change the mode of record quality during the copying process. As such, it is important that you choose the appropriate record quality when you first set up the recording to the HDD. The copying process is done at a higher speed than the recording. The following information will be stored on the disc : Title/name of recording Date of recording Time of recording Record quality mode/ length of recording Index picture of title

F To stop recording, press STOP on
the remote control. Helpful Hint: During selection of recordings for copying, press SHUFFLE on the remote control to sort according to the titles of recording.
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Recording from the HDD

Recording from an external device/ VCR/ DV Camcorder
E Press SELECT to toggle between the
different modes of record quality.
Record Quality Hours of Recording that can be stored 80GB HDD HQ High Quality SP Standard Play SPP Standard Play Plus LP Long Play EP Extended Play SLP Super Long Play SEP Super Extended Play 130 DVDR/ DVDRW 2.8
C Press DVD REC to switch to direct
recording mode. An information box will be displayed on the screen.
System State: Stop Record to Optical Disc As Standard Play Plus Elapsed Time: 00:00:00 Remaining Time: 00:00:00
F Press REC on the remote control.
Recording to the recordable DVD will be begin.
G To stop recording, press STOP on
the remote control. Helpful Hint: All title selections and settings will be lost once you replace or remove the recordable DVD. To edit your recordings on the recordable DVD, see Edit Recordings Recordable DVD.
D Press SOURCE repeatedly to select
from the various options: { Tuner }
Input source from TV programmes.

{ CAM 1 }

Input source from the device connected to the VIDEO and AUDIO L/R sockets on the front panel.

{ CAM 2 }

Input source from the device connected to the S-VIDEO and AUDIO L/R sockets on the front panel.

{ EXT 1 }

Input source from the device connected to the EXT1 TO TV-I/O scart socket on the back panel.

{ EXT 2 }

Input source from the device connected to the EXT2 AUX-I/O scart socket on the back panel.
Alternatively, Press DV to record from the DV camcorder connected to the DV IN socket

on the front panel.

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Timer Recording

About timer recording
Use Timer Recording to automatically start and stop a recording at a later date/ time. The recorder will tune to the right programme channel and begin recording at the specified time. With this recorder, you can preprogramme up to 8 recordings. To make a timer recording, your recorder needs to know: The date you want to make the recording. The recording input source. The start and stop time of the recording. The mode of record quality, see the chapter Before Recording GENERAL settings.
Timer recording (VIDEO Plus+ System)
This is a simple timer programming system. To use, enter the PlusCode programming number associated with your television programme. You can find this number in your TV listings magazine. All the information needed by this recorder for programming is contained in the programming number.

Starting disc playback

A Press STANDBY-ON 2 to switch on

ReWritable

B Press OPEN/CLOSE on the front of
the recorder. The disc tray opens.

Recordable

C Place the disc onto the tray with the label
facing up, then press OPEN/CLOSE.
D Switch on the TV. Select the correct
Video In channel at the TV (See the chapter Step 3: Installation and Setup Finding the viewing channel).
E Press DVD to access the disc content
menu. Playback starts automatically or press PLAY. If the disc has its own menu, this will be loaded. Otherwise, the recorder will launch an index screen. For more playback features, see the chapter Additional Playback Features.
DivX Disc (DivX 3.11, 4.x, 5.x, 6)
Some discs cannot be played on this recorder due to the configuration and characteristics of the disc, or due to the condition of recording and authoring software.
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Playback from Disc (continued)
The DVD disc is usually formatted with a disc menu. You may have to make your selection (e.g., subtitle or audio language) within the disc menu. (Super) Video CDs may feature PBC (Play Back Control). This allows you to play the video CDs interactively, following the menu on the display. English Playing a DVD video disc Playing a (Super) Video CD
A Insert a DVD disc. Press DVD on the
remote control. If the disc menu appears on the TV Use the numeric keypad 0-9 to input your selection or use keys to select a play option and press OK to start playback. To select a specific chapter/title marker During playback, press T/C on the remote control repeatedly to toggle bewteen { Title }, { Chapter } or { Time }. Use the numeric keypad 0-9 to input your selection of title/chapter number or specific time during playback.
A Insert a (Super) Video CD. Press DVD
on the remote control. If the PBC is on, the disc index menu will appear on the TV B Use numeric keypad 0-9 to input your selection or to select a play option. Press RETURN on the remote control to return to the previous menu. To turn on/off the Playback Control mode, press INFO key on the remote control twice during playback to access the playback menu options. Use keys to select { PBC } and press to select either { PBC On } or { PBC Off }.
B To stop playback, press STOP.
C To stop playback, press STOP.

Playing an audio CD

A Insert an audio CD. Press DVD on the
remote control. Playback starts automatically or press PLAY to start play.
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Playing a recordable DVD Playing a MP3 disc English
A Insert a recordable DVD. Press DVD on
the remote control. The Index Picture screen appears.

Dividing a title You can divide the current title into two new titles. Each of these titles is characterised by its own index picture. Warning! Once a title is divided, the process cannot be reversed. Hiding unwanted scenes You can choose to hide certain scenes from playback (e.g. skipping a commercial scene) or make it visible again. English
A In HDD title edit mode, use
keys to highlight { Edit Title } and press OK. The edit title playback screen appears. use keys to navigate through the title. Press OK to mark the beginning of a segment to hide.
keys to highlight { Divide Title } and press OK. The edit title playback screen appears.
B During playback, press PAUSE and

B During playback, use

keys to navigate through the title. Press OK to divide the title at the desired playback position. A warning message will appear.
C To mark the end of a segment to hide,
press OK again. To hide more segments, repeat steps
B ~ C for each segment you want to

C To confirm, select

OK OK in the menu and press OK. A new title will be shown in the HDD title menu.
hide. To unhide the scenes,
D In HDD title edit mode, use

D To abort, select

and press OK.
keys to highlight { Edit Title } and press OK. The edit title playback screen appears.

E During playback, use

keys to navigate through the title. Press OK at the beginning of the marked segment. repeatedly until you reach the end of the marked segments and press OK. Helpful Hints: All hidden scenes will be played back in HDD title edit mode. The { Edit Title } option is only available if the title is unlocked or unprotected.
to go back to the previous menu.
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Rename a title The original title name is automatically generated by the recorder. You can change the disc name by following the steps below. Lock/Unlock a title You can choose to lock a title to prevent any unauthorised playback of the recording. If a title has been locked, the user will be prompted to enter a 4-digit password preset in the system setup menu. To set/reset this password, see the chapter Setup Menu Options PREFERENCES Settings Change Password. In HDD title edit mode, use keys to highlight { Lock } and press OK. The locked title will have a Lock icon next to its index picture. When the title is locked, the option in the HDD title edit menu will change to { Unlock }. Protect/ Unprotect a title You can choose to protect the title in order to prevent accidental loss of recordings. In HDD title edit mode, use keys to highlight { Protect } and press OK. The protected title will have a Safe Box icon next to its index picture. When the title is protected, the option in the HDD title edit menu will change to { Unprotect }. English

keys to highlight { Rename } and press OK. The keyboard screen appears.
keys to highlight a character on the keyboard and press OK to select. The maximum input is up to 255 characters. However, only 12 characters will be displayed at any one time in the HDD title menu. You can use the following keys on the keyboard screen to edit your input:
BkSp Space Caps Clear Exit
: to remove a character to the left of the cursor. : to create a space between characters. : to toggle between upper and lower case characters. : to clear the entry field completely. : to exit the keyboard screen.
C To confirm your entry, select
the keyboard and press OK. The info panel is now updated. To exit, select and press OK.

on the keyboard

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Edit Recordings - Recordable DVD

About disc editing menu

This recorder offers various disc edit options for various disc types. You can change the disc content and settings of a recordable DVD from the disc editing menu. The edited contents may not be available if you play the disc on another DVD player. The displayed options in the disc editing menu may differ depending on the type of disc. { Play } Start playing from the beginning of the disc. { Rename Disc } Change the name of the disc. { Erase Disc } - DVDRWs only Erase all the recordings in the disc.

{ Record New Title }

Accessing disc editing menu

OK REC

A Insert a recordable DVD into the
recorder. Press DVD on the remote control. The Index Picture screen appears on the TV.
B Select the first title on the disc, press and
hold on the remote control. The disc editing menu appears. Press to access the options. The available editing options may vary for DVDR and DVDRW discs.

PAL DVD EDIT

Start recording from the last empty title in the disc. { Overwrite Disc } - DVDRWs only Start a new recording from the beginning of the disc, all the recorded content will be overwritten. { Finalize Disc } - DVDRs only Finalise the disc to enable playback on other DVD players. Further recording and editing to the disc are not allowed. It is not possible to unfinalise the disc. { Make Compatible } - DVDRWs only To ensure the edited changes remain when the disc is played back on another DVD player. (eg., hidden chapters to remain hidden). { Lock/Unlock Disc } - DVDRWs only Lock or unlock a disc to prevent accidental erasure or changes being made.
Rename Disc Erase Disc Record New Title Overwrite disc Finalize Disc Make Compatible Lock Disc

keys to access different options and OK to select. Instructions and explanation of the options are provided in the following pages.
D To exit, press DVD to go back to the
disc Index Picture screen.
No further recording and editing can be carried out on a finalised recordable DVD. Press DVD to return to the index picture screen.
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Edit Recordings - Recordable DVD (continued)
Rename disc The original disc name is generated automatically by the recorder. You can change the disc name by following the steps below. Erase disc (DVDRWs only) This erases the content of the DVDRW disc including those that was not recorded on this recorder. Once the existing content is erased, it can be used for recording. English
A In disc editing menu, use
keys to select { Rename Disc } and press OK. The keyboard screen appears.
keys to highlight a character on the keyboard and press OK to select. The maximum input is up to 9 characters. You can use the following keys on the keyboard screen to edit your input:
keys to select { Erase Disc } and press OK. A warning message will appear.

OK YES

B Select

or NO OK confirm.

in the menu to proceed , to abort, then press OK to
Helpful Hint: To erase content that cannot be played back on this recorder, please use the option { Delete Optical Disc } under the setup menu. Record a new title This function allows you to start a new recording at the remaining empty space in the recordable DVD.
keys to select { Record New Title } and press OK. to start
B Select the source you want to record
from and press REC recording.
Overwrite disc (DVDRWs only) This function allows you to start a new recording from the beginning of a DVDRW regardless of the contents of the disc.
keys to select { Overwrite Disc } and press OK. from and press REC recording. to start
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The edited DVDRW may still display the original titles or hidden scenes when playbacked on other DVD players. This function ensures that the edited changes of the DVDRW remain when played back on other players. In disc editing menu, use keys to select { Make Compatible } and press OK to confirm. Helpful Hint: If the option { Compatible } is not available for selection, it means that the disc is already compatible. Lock/Unlock disc (DVDRWs only) You can choose to protect the recordings on the DVDRW disc in order to prevent accidental loss of recordings.
Playing your recordings (DVDR) on other DVD players
It is necessary to finalise a DVDR disc before you can play it on any other DVD player. Otherwise, the disc will only playback on this recorder. After a DVDR disc has been finalised, no further recordings or editing can be made to it. Make sure you have completed all the recordings and editing before finalising the disc.

keys to select { Finalize Disc } and press OK. A warning message will appear. in the menu and press OK YES OK to start the process. Finalisation will take a few minutes. Do not try to open the disc tray or turn the power off as this may render the disc unusable.
keys to select { Lock Disc } and press OK. The disc is locked for this DVD recorder only. When the disc is locked, the option in the disc editing menu will change to { Unlock Disc }.

C Select

to abort.
B If you want to overwrite or edit on the
protected disc, select { Unlock Disc }.
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Make compatible (DVDRWs only)

About DVD title editing

You can change the individual title information or delete a title (recording) on a recorded DVD disc. If the recordable DVD has been finalised, it cannot be edited. The displayed options in the title editing menu may differ depending on the type of disc. { Play Title } Start playing a recording. { Edit Title } Access video editing menu. { Rename Title } Change the name of the recording. { Erase Title } - DVDRWs only Delete the title (recording). { Overwrite Title } - DVDRWs only Start a new recording and the existing title (recording) will be overwritten. { Overwrite Disc } - DVDRWs only Overwrite from existing selected title onwards to the end of the disc. { Append Title } Insert a new recording to the last existing recording.
Accessing DVD title edit menu
recorder. Press DVD on the remote control. The Index Picture screen appears on the TV. During playback, press DVD to access the Index Picture screen.
keys to highlight a title (recording), and press. The title editing menu appears.
Play Title Edit Title Rename Title Erase Title Overwrite Title Overwrite Disc Append Title
3. My movie 11 / 04 / : 31 : 53 HQ 00 : 05 : 59

Editing video

This feature allows access to the video editing menu. See the chapter Edit Recordings Recordable DVD - About video editing for more information. In title editing menu, use keys to select { Edit Title } and press OK. The video editing menu appears. The recorder will play the selected title.
TIPS: No further recording and editing can be carried out on a finalised recordable DVD. Press to go back to the previous menu.

{ On }

Select this if you wish to turn off the TV screen, after playback had been stopped or paused for more than 15 minutes. Select this to disable the screen saver.

{ Off }

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English HDD settings (underlined options are the factory default settings) Save Time Shift Buffer This option allows you to control the behaviour of the Time Shift Buffer.
{ Yes } Retain the contents in the temporary HDD storage when you switch the tuners TV channel or external video input source. Delete the contents in the temporary HDD storage.

{ No }

HDD Info
Press OK to display information on: Hard disk size in MB ( Megabytes). Used space in MB ( Megabytes). Remaining space in MB ( Megabytes). Number of titles stored on the HDD.

Space Management

This option determines how the recorder will respond when the HDD is full of recordings.
{ Automatic } During recording, when the HDD is full, the recorder will proceed to overwrite any unprotected recordings in the HDD. The oldest unprotected recordings will be deleted first. During recording, when the HDD is full, recording will be stopped. A warning message { The hard disk is full. Please erase some programmes to allow further recording. } will appear on the screen.

Delete HDD

Erase all marked/ unmarked recordings on the HDD. This option is not available when recording to HDD is in progress. Press to highlight OK. A warning message will appear. Select OK OK to proceed or OK CANCEL to abort. Once complete, the recorder will switch to standby mode.
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Software Upgrade

Installing the latest software
Periodically, Philips will release upgrades for the software that was initially installed in your recorder as the software is continuously refined for greater stability and compatibility of the recorder. Caution! Power supply must not be interrupted during upgrade! Visit Philips website at www.philips.com/support to check for the availability of the latest software upgrade. Note: When checking for the latest software upgrade, please also check for any accompanying instructions on installing the software. English

No picture.

No sound.
No TV signal received from the recorder. The message This will clear the time shift buffer appears. There is a power failure during the formatting of the recorders HDD.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Disc will not play. Insert the disc with the label facing up. Wrong region code. The DVD must be coded for ALL regions or Region 2 in order to play on this recorder. There is no recording on the disc or it is not a supported type of disc. Read chapter Playback from Disc - Playable discs for details. Make sure the disc is not scratched or warped. Clean the disc or replace a new one. Check if the disc is defective by trying another disc. The disc does not match with the TV colour system standard (PAL/NTSC). The disc is dirty, clean the disc. Sometimes a small amount of picture distortion may appear. This is not a malfunction. Have your aerial or cable TV signal checked. Fine-tune your TV channel. Read chapter Step 3: Installation and Setup - Setting your TV channel programmes for details. Do not connect any cables from the recorder to the Phono input of your amplifier. If you are playing a DTS CD, you have to connect the COAXIAL socket of this recorder to a Hi-Fi system or amplifier. This message may appear if you insert a disc that may have encountered one of the following: Error during recording: The title may be missing. Error while changing the title/index picture. The original title/index picture may be visible. Error while finalising or the disc has not been finalised. English
Problem (Playback) Solution
The picture is distorted or black and white during playback.
There is picture or sound interference with the TV reception. Distorted sound coming from a connected hi-fi system or amplifier.
The message UNKNOWN DISC appears.
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Problem (Recording) Solution
Recordings are not occurring as scheduled. New recordings cannot be made.
The TV channel you want to record is not stored. Or, you may have selected the wrong programme number. Check the TV channels stored. You have to reset the timer recording after adjusting the clock setting. You cannot use the recorder to duplicate copyprotected materials (DVDs or videotapes) onto a recordable DVD. The hard disk could be full. Delete some titles to create space for new recordings. 1) Enter the PlusCode programming number of the desired TV channel. 2) Press OK to confirm. 3) Check the channel number in the {Program #} input field. If this does not correspond to the desired TV channel, select this entry field and change the channel number. 4) Press OK to confirm. If a recording is too short, it is possible that a DVD player/recorder cannot detect it. Please observe the following minimum recording times. Mode of record quality: {High Quality - HQ} 5 minutes, {Standard Play SP} 10 minutes, {Standard Play Plus - SPP} 13 minutes, {Long Play - LP} 15 minutes, {Extended Play - EP} 20 minutes, {Super Long Play - SLP} 30 minutes, {Super Extended Play - SEP] 30 minutes. You have to finalise the DVDR. Refer to chapter Playing your recordings on other DVD players for details. This happens if you try to copy DVDs or video cassettes that have been copy-protected. Even though the picture on the TV is fine, but the recording on the recordable DVD is faulty. This interference is unavoidable with copy-protected DVDs or video cassettes. The recordable DVD has a limited recording lifetime, please change a new disc for recording.

 

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