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Philips Dvdr75/021 DVD Recorder, size: 1.4 MB
Philips Dvdr75 021
User reviews and opinions
|giuseb||2:41am on Sunday, October 10th, 2010|
|records tv well, menu good. Will not accept factory DVDs of any region setting whatsoever. Junk. At first worked quite well despite poor guidance from maual Did not last long as a relaible product.|
|Tysjd6767||6:57am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|This is the worst piece of crap I ever bought... Has a few nice features if it would work. Only worked for about a year........|
|Tartarka||12:36pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Easy to use, good video quality! POORLY written manual, BRIGHT Display, too bulky Easy to use, good video quality! POORLY written manual, BRIGHT Display, too bulky|
|havocsweb||7:12pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|Good unit at first but like everybody else it started to give "no disk" about 9 months in. I bought this unit transfer my recorded events on VHS to DVD, it have used less than 30 hours. First it gave me problem with inserting chapters. Then,...|
|rafw||11:36am on Saturday, August 21st, 2010|
|soy de argentina, el primero que vive de pasa... easy record, my clients no read in various players the recording on r75|
|viktor||7:50am on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|None that I can think of at this time. Manual, on-screen display, remote control.|
|HypericumRex||5:22pm on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|Going Digital We are about to go digital and I have a Philips DVDR75, will it be OK? Works for a while then breaks I bought this about 2 years ago. The first one started freezing after about 9 months and it was replaced by the vendor.|
|chasoscar||1:22pm on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|soy de argentina, el primero que vive de pasar vhs a dvd en buenos aires. Had this unit for over a year now.|
|talos||10:22pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|BEWARE: DVDs are non-standard & incompatible BEWARE: DVDs are non-standard & incompatible I am bitterly disappointed with the Philips DVDR-3400 rec... BEWARE: DVDs are non-standard & incompatible BEWARE: DVDs are non-standard & incompatible I am bitterly disappointed with the Philips D...|
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Table of contents AIntroduction.
Dear Philips customer,... Regional code.... Technical data.... Accessories.... Important.... Cleaning the discs... Special functions of your DVD recorder..
General notes on playback... Inserting a disc... Playing a DVD video disc... Playing a DVD+RW/ +R disc... Playing an audio CD.... Playing an MP3 CD.... Playing a (Super) Video CD...
BConnecting the DVD recorder.
GAdditonal playback features.
Preparing the remote control for operation.. Connecting your DVD recorder to the TV set.. Connecting with a scart cable and 'Easy Link'.. Connecting with a scart cable without 'Easy Link'.. Connecting with an S-Video(Y/C)cable... Connecting with video(CVBS) cable...
CConnecting additional devices.
Connecting additional devices to the second scart socket. Connecting additional video recorders... Connect camcorder to the front sockets.. Connecting audio devices to the analogue audio sockets.. Connecting audio devices to the digital audio socket..
Changing to another title/chapter.. Searching a disc.... Still picture... Slow motion.... Search by time.... Repeat/Shuffle play.... Repeating a passage (A-B)... Scan feature.... Camera angle.... Zoom feature... Select the audio language... Subtitles...
DInstalling your DVD recorder.
Initial installation... Using a satellite receiver... Allocating a decoder... Manual TV channel search... Sorting TV channels automatically (Follow TV).. Automatic TV channel search... Adding and clearing TV channels manually.. Setting the language/country.. Switching over audio recording (2-channel sound).. Setting the time and date...
General.... Recording without automatic switch-off... Interrupt recording (Pause)... Recording with automatic switch-off (OTR one-touch-recording). Preventing accidental erasing of discs... Lining up recordings within a title (assemble cut).. Selecting the recording type (Quality).. Automatic recording from a satellite receiver (Sat recording). Direct Record.... Switching 'Direct Record' on or off...
EOn screen information.
IManaging the disc contents.
Symbols in the menu bar... Menu bar 1... Menu bar 2... Field for temporary messages... Status field.... Disc type symbols... Operating mode symbols.... Tuner information box... Timer information box...
General.... Favorite Scene Selection... Insert chapter markers... Hiding chapters.... Deleting chapter markers.... Changing the index picture... Splitting titles.... Editing recording titles (name)... Playing the entire title... Deleting recordings/titles.... Disc settings.... Changing the disc name... Finishing editing.... Finalising DVD+R discs... Delete DVD+RW disks...
Table of contents
JProgramming a recording
General.... Programming recordings with the ShowView System.. Programming recordings without the ShowView System. How to change or delete a programmed recording (TIMER). 'NexTView Link'... Problem solving for programmed recordings..
Picture settings... Sound settings.... Language settings.... Additional settings... Remote Control settings... Disk feature menu...
LAccess control (Child Lock).
Child lock (DVD and VCD)... Activating/deactivating child lock... Authorising a disc... Locking unlocked discs.... Parental level control (DVD video only).. Activating/deactivating parental level control.. Changing the country... Changing the PIN code...
MBefore you call an engineer.
The remote control
MONITOR Monitor: This button lets you switch between the TV receiver (internal tuner) in the DVD recorder (TV picture on the TV set) and playback on the DVD recorder. Switch on or off: To switch set on or off, interrupt menu function, interrupt a programmed recording (TIMER) TV/DVD switch: Switches the scart socket EXT 2 AUX-I/O directly to the TV set. This lets you watch the picture from any unit connected to this scart socket (set-top box', video recorder or satellite receiver) and at the same time record from another source. If you have not connected a device to the EXT 2 AUX-I/O socket, use this button to switch between TV reception and the DVD recorder. But this only works if you use a scart cable to connect the TV set to your DVD recorder ( EXT 1 TO TV-I/O socket) and your TV set responds to this switch-over. Title/Chapter: Choose the 'B'(Title)/'C'(Chapter) directly from the menu bar If 'INFO' appears in the display, the index menu from a recorded disc or an introductory film will be shown. In this case, this function is not available. Playback type: Choose between repeat, shuffle play and intro-scan Record type (quality): To select the maximum possible record time Number buttons: 0 - 9 Disc menu: To show the DVD menu or the index screen System menu: Call up/cancel the main menu (menu bar at the top of the screen) Select: Select function/value Store/confirm: To store or confirm entry Cursor keys : Cursor left, right Cursor buttons/Plus : Cursor up/ Next programme number Cursor buttons/Minus : Cursor down / Previous programme number TIMER: To make a TIMER programming with ShowView /without ShowView or to alter or clear a programmed TIMER EDIT: For displaying the edit menu for DVD+R(W) discs, for setting chapter markers Back: Return to previous menu on a video CD (VCD). This also works with some DVDs. Delete: To delete last entry or clear programmed recording (TIMER) Playback: To play a recorded disc.
STANDBY m TV/DVD
PLAY MODE REC MODE 0.9 DISC-MENU SYSTEM-MENU SELECT OK D C CH+ A CH- B TIMER FSS & RETURN CLEAR PLAY G
Select previous title/search backwards : Briefly press the button during playback: Previous chapter/film or previous title Hold down the button: Search backwards Hold down button during still picture, slow motion backwards Select next title/search forwards : Briefly press the button during playback: Next chapter/film or next title Hold down the button: Search forwards Hold down button during still picture, slow motion forwards Stop: Stop playback/recording, except with programmed recordings (TIMER) Hold down button, opens and closes the disc tray. Audio: Select the audio language. For recording language 1 or 2 Record: Record the current TV channel Pause (still picture): If this button is pressed during playback, the DVD recorder switches to pause. You will see a still picture. If this button is pressed during recording, the DVD recorder will also switch to pause.
AUDIO REC/OTR n PAUSE 9
Additional TV functions
This will only work with TV sets with the same remote control code *RC5) (e.g. Philips TV sets) TV VOLUME q TV VOLUME r TV volume: Increase TV volume TV volume: Reduce TV volume
For the following functions you need to hold down the button at the side DVD/TV and then select the function you need with the appropriate button. STANDBY m 0.9 CH+ A CH- B Switching the TV off: Number buttons: 0 - 9 TV programme number: To select a higher programme number TV programme number: To select a lower programme number
Front of the device
STANDBY/ON m OPEN/CLOSE J RECORD G N O h Switch on or off: To switch off or on, interrupt a function, interrupt a programmed recording (TIMER) Open/close disc tray: Open/close disc tray Record: Record the current TV channel Playback: To play a recorded disc Select previous title/search backwards Select next title/search forwards Stop: Interrupt playback/recording
Behind the flap at the right hand corner on the front
S-VIDEO Yellow socket VIDEO White/red socket left AUDIO right S Video socket: Connection of SVHS/Hi8 camcorders or SVHS/Hi8 video recorders (programme number 'CAM1') Video input socket: Connection of camcorders or video recorders (programme number 'CAM1') Audio input socket left/right : Connection of camcorders or video recorders (programme number 'CAM1')
Switching between the S-VIDEO and VIDEO sockets takes place automatically. If both sockets are in use, the signal at the S-VIDEO socket has priority. DV IN
i Link/DV socket (digital video input, IEEE 1394, FireWire): Connecting a digital camcorder or other suitable device (programme number 'CAM2').
Back of the unit
4MAINS ANTENNA IN TV OUT EXT 2 AUX-I/O EXT 1 TO TV-I/O
Mains socket: Connection to the mains supply (230V/50Hz) Aerial input: Connection of the aerial Aerial output: Connection of the TV set Scart socket 2: Connection of an additional device (satellite receiver, set-top box, video recorder, camcorder, etc.) Scart socket 1: Connection of a TV set. RGB output
Output sockets (AUDIO/VIDEO OUT)
OUT S-VIDEO (Y/C) OUT VIDEO (CVBS) OUT L AUDIO R S Video output: Connection of an S-Video-compatible TV set Video output (yellow socket): Connecting a TV set with a video input (CVBS, Composite Video) Analogue audio output (white/red socket): Connection of a TV set with audio input sockets or connection of an additional device
Output socket (DIGITAL AUDIO OUT)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Digital audio output: Connection of a digital audio device (amplifier/receiver)
The symbols on your DVD recorder display
These symbols can light up on your DVD recorder display: Multi-function display/text line ) Clock ) Disc/title playing time ) OTR switch-off time ) Title name ) Display of the programme number of the TV channel/playing time/channel name/function. ) Display of information and alerts
Disc bar: Displays the current position on the disc (disc pointer). Play/Record: Single flashing segment at the current position. Pause: Flashing segment on both sides of the current position. Stop: Illuminated segment at the current position. A satellite recording has been programmed. A recording (timer) has been programmed A remote control signal has been received Video programming system / programme delivery control: A VPS or PDC code will be transmitted for the selected TV program During playback a HiFi/2 channel tone was detected or a HiFi/2 channel tone was received. 'I' or 'II' lights up depending on which sound channel has been selected
Discs you can use
The following discs can be used in your DVD recorder for playback and recording:
Playback and recording
DVD+RW (Digital Versatile Disc + rewritable)
DVD+R (Digital Versatile Disc + Recordable)
DVD Video (Digital Versatile Disc)
DVD-RW (DVD-Rewritable) These discs can only be played back if the recording was made in video mode and the recording was finalised.
Audio CD (Compact Disc Digital Audio)
Super Audio CD (Only plays the CD layer of a hybrid SACD disc)
Video CD (Format 1.0, 1.1, 2.0)
Super Video CD
CD-R (CD-Recordable) Audio/MP3 content
CD-RW (CD-Rewritable) Audio/MP3 content
Since DVD films are not normally released in all parts of the world at the same time, all DVD players have a specific regional code. Discs can be given a regional code. If the regional codes differ between the player and the disc, playback is not possible. DVDs must be marked 'ALL' for all regions or '2' for region 2 to work in this machine. If the DVD is marked with a different region, it cannot be played in this DVD recorder. The number within the globe represents the region. Regional code 2 represents: Europe, Japan, South Africa, Middle East (incl. Egypt).
Voltage : 220-240V/50Hz Power consumption : 27 W Power consumption (standby): less than 3W (clock display off) Measurements in cm (W/H/D): 43.5/7.6/33.5 (Disc tray closed), 47.2 (disc tray open) Weight without packaging approx.: 4.0kg Power outage/no power: Channel and timer information remain saved for up to 1 year, the time is saved for up to 12 hours. Operating position: maximum 10 degree inclination in all directions Ambient temperature: 15 C - 35 C Humidity: 25% - 75%
Operating instructions Guarantee booklet Quick install guide Remote control and batteries Aerial cable Mains cable Scart cable (AV-Euro cable)
Caution: Visible and invisible laser radiation. If the cover is open, do not look at the beam. Because of the risk of eye injuries, only qualified service engineers should open the machine and carry out maintenance or repair work. LASER Type: Semiconductor lasers InGaAlP (DVD), AlGaAs(CD) Wavelength: 660nm (DVD), 780nm (CD) Output power (outside the lens): 20mW (DVD+RW write), 0.8mW (DVD read), 0.3mW (CD read). Beam divergence: 82 degrees (DVD), 54 degrees (CD)
Danger. High voltage! Do not open. You run the risk of getting an electric shock. The machine does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Please leave all maintenance work to qualified personnel. There are some components in the DVD recorder that keep running as long as the recorder is connected to the power supply. To switch off the DVD recorder completely you must unplug it from the power supply. If you disconnect the DVD recorder from the mains, make sure to take the plug out of the wall socket and not just remove the connector from the 4MAINS socket at the back of the unit. Children could seriously injure themselves as the free end of the cable may still be live.
These operating instructions have been printed on non-polluting paper. Please dispose of old batteries safely. Please take the packaging to your local recycling centre. This electronic equipment contains a large number of materials that can be recycled. If you are disposing of an old machine, please take it to a recycling centre.
When installing the recorder in a cupboard ensure there is a gap of approximately 2.5 cm (1 inch) around the recorder to enable air to circulate freely and prevent overheating. Make sure that air can circulate freely through the ventilation slots on the machine. The machine should be placed on a firm surface. Make sure that no objects or liquids enter the video recorder. Do not place vases or similar on the DVD recorder. If you spill liquid in the recorder, immediately disconnect it from the power supply and call after-sales service for advice. Keep the DVD recorder away from radiators and other heat sources and protect from direct sunlight. Do not place any combustible objects on the device (candles, etc.). Make sure that children do not place any foreign objects in any of the openings.
Cleaning the discs
Some malfunctions (frozen or distorted picture and broken sound for example) are due to dirt on the disc. To avoid such problems you should clean your discs regularly. 1 2
Dirty discs should be cleaned with a soft cloth. Always wipe from the middle to the edge. Do not use any solvents such as benzine, thinners, commercially available cleaning agents or antistatic sprays designed for vinyl records.
Can I use a CD lens cleaner in the DVD recorder? This optical unit (laser) of the DVD recorder operates at a higher power level than the ones in normal DVDs and CD players so CD lens cleaner discs may actually damage it. CD lens cleaner discs should therefore not be used.
Special functions of your DVD recorder
Your PhilipsDVD recorder has a number of special functions to make it easier to use and to enhance your enjoyment.
Philips provides the best possible connection between your DVD recorder and other home cinema equipment. The DVD recorder is controlled by external devices (receivers, TV sets and so on) via Cinema Link and is automatically set to the right system settings. This function automatically transfers all the television channel settings onto your DVD recorder via the scart cable ( EXT 1 TO TV-I/O socket). Recordings made on your DVD recorder can be controlled from an external satellite receiver.
a My screen is empty. b Many TV sets are switched by the DVD recorder to the programme number for the scart socket by way of a control signal sent through the scart cable. b If the TV set does not automatically switch to the scart socket programme number, manually change to the corresponding programme number on your TV set (see your TV's operating instructions). b Check that the scart cable is connected from the TV set to the EXT 1 TO TV-I/O socket on the DVD recorder. The EXT 2 AUX-I/O socket is intended only for additional devices.
Insert one end of the audio (Cinch) cable into the red/white Cinch socket OUT L AUDIO R at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the audio input socket (usually red/white) on the TV set (usually labelled 'Audio in' or 'AV in'. See TV operating instructions). Switch on the TV set. Switch the TV set over to the SVHS input socket or select the relevant programme number. Please see your TV's operating instructions for the programme number you need.
Insert one end of the supplied mains cable into the mains socket 4MAINS at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the wall socket. The most important features of the DVD recorder will appear in scrolling text on the display. After the first installation is completed this function will be switched off. How you switch on this function again, read in the chapter 'User preferences' in the section 'standby'. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m. IS TV ON?' will appear on the display.
Connecting with video(CVBS) cable
This cable, usually with yellow Cinch connectors, is used for transmitting the Composite Video signal (FBAS, CVBS). In this method of transmission the colour signal and the brightness signal are transmitted on the same cable. In certain circumstances, this can lead to problems with the picturem, such as 'Moir' patterns.
Have the following cables ready: an aerial cable (1, supplied), a mains cable (2, supplied), a video (CVBS)cable (3, yellow plug), an audio cable (4, red/white plug).
Press OK to store the TV channel. To search for other TV channels, begin again at 8. To end, press SYSTEM-MENU.
Sorting TV channels automatically (Follow TV)
When the automatic channel search function is activated, the TV channels are stored in a specific order. This may differ from the order in which the TV channels appear on your TV set. This function changes the order of the TV channels stored in your DVD recorder to match the order on the TV set. This only works if the DVD recorder ( EXT 1 TO TV-I/O socket) and the TV set are connected with a scart cable.
What does EasyLink do? If your TV set supports 'Easylink,.', TV channels will be stored during initial installation in the same order as they appear on the TV set. To store the TV channels in a different order, you'll need to change the order on the TV set. When you start the Follow TV function the information is transferred again from the TV set.
Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder.
Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m. Press the SYSTEM-MENU button on the remote control. The menu bar appears. Select 'A' symbol with D or C.
Select line 'Follow TV' with CH- B or CH+ A. and confirm with the C button. Confirm the message on the screen with OK. 'TV 01' will appear in the DVD recorder display.
Select programme number '1' on the TV set.
a I cannot switch my TV set to programme number '1' b If you have connected additional devices to the EXT 2 AUX-I/O socket, please disconnect these devices. Other connected devices may have switched the TV set to the programme number of the scart socket.
Confirm with OK on the DVD recorder remote control. 'WAIT' will appear in the display. The DVD recorder compares the TV channels on the TV set and the DVD recorder. If the DVD recorder finds the same TV channel as on the TV set it stores it at 'P01'.
a 'NOTV' will appear in the display. The DVD recorder is not receiving a video signal from the TV set. b Chech the connectors at both ends of the scart cable. b Check your TV's operating instructions to see which scart socket is used for video signals. b If the problem persists, you won't be able to use this feature. Please read 'Adding and clearing TV channels manually'.
a The display will read 'PIN' b The child lock has been activated for the inserted disc. Read the sections on 'Child lock' and 'Releasing a disc' in the chapter on 'Access control (child lock). a The menu on the screen is showing an 'X' b Some DVD discs can be manufactured so that certain steps are required before the disc can be played, or so that only limited operation is possible during playback. When an 'X' appears on the screen the selected feature is not possible. a The screen is showing regional code information b Since DVD films are not normally released in all parts of the world at the same time, all DVD players have a specific regional code. Discs can be given a regional code. If the regional codes differ between the player and the disc, playback is not possible. b The regional code is shown on the label on the back of the machine. b The regional code does not apply to recordable DVD discs.
Inserting a disc
1 Press the OPEN/CLOSE J button on the front. The disc tray will open. While the disc tray is opening, 'OPENING' and then 'TRAY OPEN' when the tray is fully open. Carefully place the disc in the tray with the label facing up and press PLAY G or OPEN/CLOSE J. 'CLOSING' and then 'READING' will appear in the display. The information on the disc will be read.
How do I insert a double sided DVD? Double-sided discs do not have labelling over the whole surface. The labelling for each side is in the centre of the disc. To play a side its label must be facing up.
Opening/closing the tray using the remote control You can open and close the disc tray using the remote control. Press and hold the STOP h button on the remote control until the dialog box shows 'OPENING' or 'CLOSING'.
Playback starts automatically.
A menu may appear when a DVD is played back. If the titles and chapters are numbered, press a number button on the remote control. You can also use the D , C , CH+ A , CH- B buttons or number buttons 0.9 to select a menu item and confirm with OK. You can also access the menu using DISC-MENU on the remote control. For further information see 'Playing a DVD video disc'.
When a DVD+RW is played back the index overview appears. Using CH- B , CH+ A , N , O select the title you want to play back. Confirm with OK. For further information see 'Playing back a DVD+RW/+R Disc'.
If playback does not start automatically, press PLAY G. For further information see ' Playing an audio CD'.
If the 'h' symbol appears in the display, start playback by pressing PLAY G. If a menu appears on the screen, use the remote control buttons indicated on the screen to select the menu option you want (PREV= N , NEXT= O ) or with the number buttons 0.9. For further information see ' Playing a (Super) Video CD'.
Playing a DVD video disc
1 If playback does not start automatically, press PLAY G. This will appear on the display: title, chapter, elapsed time. To stop playback, press STOP h on the remote control or h on the DVD recorder. To eject the disc, press OPEN/CLOSE J on the front of the DVD recorder.
Playing a DVD+RW/ +R disc
1 If the disc is write-protected or a finalised DVD+R disc, playback starts automatically. If playback does not start automatically, use the CH- B or CH+ A button to select the title you want to play on the index screen. You can also use the N or O button on the front. Press the PLAY G button. This will appear on the display: title number, recording quality.
a I can see the message 'EMPTYDISC' b The disc does not contain any recordings.
To stop playback, press STOP h on the remote control or h on the DVD recorder. To eject the disc, press OPEN/CLOSE J on the front of the DVD recorder.
What should I note when playing back different recording types (qualities)? The correct recording quality 'M1, M2, M2x, M3, M4, M6' will automatically be selected during playback. For more information see the section on 'Selecting the recording type (quality)' in the chapter on 'Manual recording'.
Playing an audio CD
You can also use the DVD recorder to play audio CDs 1
Insert an audio CD. Playback starts automatically.
Audio CD display' If the TV is on, the audio CD screen appears automatically. During playback, the current track number and its elapsed playing time will show on the TV screen and on the recorder display.
Stop playback using STOP h. The number of tracks and the total time are displayed.
Playing an MP3 CD
MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer-3) files are highly compressed music files. Using this technology the data volume can be compressed by a factor of 10. This means it is possible to record 10 hours of music in CD quality on a single CD-ROM. When creating MP3 CDs please note the following: File system: ISO9660 Directory structure: maximum of 8 levels Formats: *.mp3 Filenames: maximum of 12 characters (8+3) Maximum of 32 albums, 999 titles Supported sampling frequencies: 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz). Music with sampling frequencies other than these will be skipped. Supported bit rates: 32, 64, 96, 128, 192, 256 (kbit/s) ID3 Tag: Version 1, 1.1. In later versions the directory name is displayed as the album and the filename as the title. Important notes for playback: Only the first session of a multi-session CD will play back. 1
Automatic recording from a satellite receiver (Sat recording)
You can use this function if you own a satellite receiver that can control other devices via a scart cable and a programming function (timer). For more information, please see the operating instructions for the satellite receiver.
Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar appears. Select 'A' symbol with D or C. Select 'Record settings' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with C. Select 'Sat record' using CH- B or CH+ A. Select 'EXT2' with D or C.
Switching off 'Sat Recording' To switch off the function, select 'Off' using C or D.
Confirm with OK. Use a scart cable to connect scart socket EXT 2 AUX-I/O on the DVD recorder to the corresponding scart socket on the satellite receiver. To end, press SYSTEM-MENU. Insert a disc you want to use for recording. Programme the satellite receiver with the required information (programme number of the TV channel, start time, end time). If necessary, please see the operating instructions for your satellite receiver. Switch off the DVD recorder using STANDBY m. 'SAT' also appears in the display to indicate that the function is active.
The DVD recorder is now ready to record. The start and end of the recording is controlled via scart cable EXT 2 AUX-I/O.
Can you record the right TV channel in seconds when the DVD recorder is switched off? No problem. If recording is started manually, the switched off DVD recorder takes the current TV channel from the TV set via the scart cable. You will find more information on how to switch 'Direct record' on or off in the next section 'Direct record'.
How does Direct Record work? The DVD recorder compares the TV channel selected on the TV set with its stored TV channels via the scart cable. If the same TV channel is found, it switches the DVD recorder to the corresponding programme number and starts recording. Please do not change channel on the TV during the search. This could affect the tuning of the DVD recorder.
On the TV set, select the programme number you want make the recording from. Press REC/OTR n with the DVD recorder switched off.
a The display will read 'WAIT' b The DVD recorder is comparing its saved TV channels with those of the TV set. Please do not change the TV channel on the TV set while 'WAIT' is shown in the display. a 'NOTV' appears in the display b This TV channel could not be found in the DVD recorder's memory. Check that all TV channels saved on the TV set are available on the DVD recorder. If required, save any missing channels. Please read 'Manual TV channel search' in 'Installing your DVD recorder'. b Check the connectors at both ends of the scart cable. b Check your TV's operating instructions to see which scart socket is used for video signals. b If the problem persists, you won't be able to use this feature.
Stop recording with STOP h.
Switching 'Direct Record' on or off
9 Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar appears. Select 'A' symbol with D or C. Select 'Record settings' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with C. Select 'Direct Record' using CH- B or CH+ A. Select 'On' (Direct Record on) or 'Off' (Direct Record off) using D or C. Confirm with OK. To end, press SYSTEM-MENU. Switch off with STANDBY m.
Managing the disc contents
Charly 1 00:29:59 M1 Fri15/02/2003 Empty title 01:30:01
When a recording is made to disc, the following additional information is also stored at the beginning of the recording: ) Name of the recording If the TV station does not transmit a name, only the channel number and time will be stored as the name ) Length of the recording ) Record type (Quality) ) Date of the recording ) Index picture of the recording A marker will be set every 5-6 minutes if the 'Auto chapters' function is activated in the 'Record settings' menu. This marker is known as a 'chapter'. These markers can be changed when the recording has finished.
Can markers be set on a DVD+R disc? Markers can be set on these discs if they have not been finalised.
It is also possible to add 'chapters' later. This means that scenes you do not want to see during playback, such as commercials, can be hidden or skipped. During playback you can watch your recording as a continuous sequence without the hidden chapters.
Select from the following chapters: 'Favorite Scene Selection', to divide the title into chapters or to manage the chapters. 'Editing recording titles (name)', to change the recording names. 'Play complete title', to play the entire title including the hidden chapters. 'Delete recording/title'to delete the relevant title and therefore also the recording. 'Disc settings'to change the general settings of the disc.
Favorite Scene Selection
In this menu you can adapt a title to suit your particular needs. You can insert/delete chapter markers, hide chapters, select a new index, or split up a title. Press FSS & on the remote control during recording to open this menu.
Insert chapter markers
During recording, you can set or delete chapter markers within a title. The maximum number of chapters per disc is 124 and 99 per title. If one of these limits is reached the following message will appear on the screen: 'Chapter limit'. You need to delete some markers before you can insert new ones or make recordings. 1 During playback, press FSS & on the remote control at the appropriate point. The 'Favorite Scene Selection' menu appears on the TV screen. Confirm 'Insert marker' by pressing appears on the TV screen. OK. 'Inserting marker'
The screen displays 'This will take.' to show how long the process will take. To confirm press OK. 'Working' appears on the TV screen. A bar will move from left to right indicating progress.
Delete DVD+RW disks
1 In the 'Disc info display' press C. The 'Settings for' menu appears on the TV screen. Select 'Erase disc' using CH+ A or CH- B and confirm with OK. 'This will erase all titles' appears on the TV screen. Press OK to confirm'. If you want to delete all the titles, press OK to confirm. Otherwise press D. 'Erasing disc' appears on the TV screen. After deletion, the index picture display shows the free space on the disc.
Settings for Philips1 Disc name Protection Erase disc Philips1 Unprotected Press OK
Programming a recording (TIMER)
Use 'Programming a recording (TIMER)', to automatically start and stop a recording at a later date. The DVD recorder will switch to the right programme number and begin recording at the correct time. With this DVD recorder, you can pre-programme up to six recordings within a period of one month. To make a programmed recording, your DVD recorder needs to know: * the date you want to make the recording * the programme number of the TV channel * the start and stop time of the recording * VPS or PDC on or off * the recording mode ('M1/M2/M2x/M3/M4/M6') This information is saved in a 'TIMER block'.
What is 'VPS/PDC'? 'VPS' (Video Programming System)/'PDC' (Programme Delivery Control) are used to control the start and duration of TV channel recordings. If a TV programme starts earlier or ends later than was scheduled, the DVD recorder will then turn on and off at the correct time. What do I need to know about 'VPS/PDC'? Usually the start time is the same as the VPS or PDC time. If a different 'VPS/PDC time' is indicated, e.g.: '20.15 (VPS/PDC 20.14)', the VPS/PDC time '20.14' must be entered exactly to the minute during programming. If you want to programme a time that is different from the VPS or PDC time, you must switch off VPS or PDC. Only one TV program of a TV channel can be controlled using 'VPS/PDC' at a time. If you want to record two or more TV programmes on a TV channel using 'VPS/PDC', you will need to programme these as two separate recordings. Since the DVD recorder requires a certain lead time (for getting the disc up to speed and positioning the laser) before recording can start, it is possible that the recorder will miss the first few seconds of a TV show recorded with VPS/PDC. In this case, disable VPS/PDC and enter a start time one minute earlier.
Programming recordings with the ShowView System
Thanks to this programming system, you no longer need to tediously enter the date, programme number, start and end times. All the information needed by the DVD recorder for programming is contained in the ShowView programming number. This 9-digit ShowView number is found in most TV listings magazine. Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Press TIMER on the remote control. The programming method selected last is marked. Select 'ShowView system' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with C. Enter the entire ShowView number. This number is up to 9 digits long and can be found next to the start time of the TV programme in your TV listings magazine. e.g.: 5-312-4 or 5,Enter 53124 for the ShowView-number. If you make a mistake, you can clear your instructions with CLEAR.
Activating/deactivating child lock
A Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m. Press SYSTEM-MENU. The menu bar appears Select the 'A' icon using D or C. Select 's(Disc features)' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with C. Confirm 'Access control' using C. Enter a 4-digit code of your choice. If the code is new, you may have to enter the code a second time as confirmation. Select 'Child lock' using CH+ A or CH- B and confirm with C. Select the 'i' icon using CH- B or CH+ A. Confirm with OK. Quit the feature using D and SYSTEM-MENU.
Unauthorised discs can only be played by entering the four-digit PIN code. To deactivate the child lock, select the 'n' icon in 9.
Authorising a disc
3 Insert a disc. The access control box will appear after a short delay. Using CH+ A or CH- B select 'Play once' or 'Play always'. Enter your PIN code using the number buttons 0.9.
Double-sided DVDs may have a different ID for each side. For these discs, each side must be authorised. Multi-volume video CDs may have a different ID for each volume. For these CDs, each volume must be authorised.
Locking unlocked discs
To lock a disc that was formerly authorised follow the instructions below 1 2
Insert a disc. Playback starts automatically. If the playback does not start automatically, press PLAY G. Press the STOP h button while the 'm' icon is visible. The icon changes to 'l'. The disc is now locked.
Parental level control (DVD video only)
Films on pre-recorded DVD discs may contain scenes not suitable for children. Therefore, some discs may contain 'Parental Control' rating information that applies to the entire disc or to certain scenes on the disc. The appropriate scenes have filter values that reach from 1-8. If such a scene is detected during playback, the filter value set on the DVD recorder is compared to the scene. If the filter value is higher than the setting, an alternative scene will be played (if available). Most DVDs apply the rating to an entire DVD. Therefore, if certain scenes exceed the rating you select, the entire disc will be blocked from viewing.
Activating/deactivating parental level control
5 Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m. Press SYSTEM-MENU. The menu bar appears Select the 'A' icon using D or C. Select 's(Disc features)' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with C. Confirm 'Access control' using C. Enter a 4-digit code of your choice. If the code is new, you may have to enter the code a second time as confirmation. Select the 'Parental level' using CH+ A or CH- B and confirm with C. A bar appears to select the parental level. Select the appropriate rating using CH- B , CH+ A or the number buttons 0.9.
What do the ratings mean? Rating 0 (displayed as '--') parental control not active. Rating 1 (suitable for children) Rating 8 (only suitable for adults) What happens if a DVD scene contains a higher level than the rating set? If the recorder does not find a suitable alternative, playback will stop and you must enter the four-digit code.
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