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|ldufosse||6:00pm on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|Very unhappy with this recorder I would suggest by passing this one on your shopping list.|
|jessy_vincent||1:14pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|Just read all the other reviews - mine is as bad or even worse. Philips should be prosecuted - if it were a car it would be withdrawn from the market!... Bought my Philips DVD-R890 Xmas 2002. Worked fine for 2months while using DVD+RW discs. Then tried to play a pre recorded disc unsuccessfully.|
|Psychobabble||1:16am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010|
|The Philips DVDR890 DVD recorder is an excellent device for recording from any TV channel.|
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Table of contents AIntroduction.
Dear Philips customer,... Regional code.... Technical data.... Accessories.... Important.... Cleaning the discs... Special functions of your new DVD recorder..
Playing an MP3 CD.... 38 Playing a (Super) Video CD... 39
FAdditional playback features.
BConnecting the DVD recorder.
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... 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.... Repeat sequence (A-B)... Scan feature.... Zoom feature... Camera angle.... Changing the audio language.. Subtitles...
CInstalling 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... Sorting and clearing TV channels manually.. Setting the language/country.. Setting the time and date...
General information... Recording without automatic switch-off... Interrupt recording (Pause)... Recording with automatic switch-off (OTR-One Touch Recording). Protecting the disc against accidental recording.. Lining up recordings within a title (assemble cut).. Selecting the recording mode (quality)... Automatic recording from a satellite receiver (Sat Recording). 'Direct Record'.... Switching 'Direct Record' on or off...
HManaging the disc contents.
DInformation on the TV screen.
Icons in the menu bar... Menu bar 1... Menu bar 2... Temporary feedback icons... Status box.... Disc type icons... Operating mode icons... Tuner info box... Timer information box...
General Information... Editing recording titles (name)... Playing back titles.... Erasing a recording/title... Disc settings.... Changing the disc name... Finalising a disc... Finalising DVD+R discs... Erasing DVD+RW disks... Favourite Scene Selection... Inserting chapter markers... Hiding chapters.... Erasing chapter markers... Changing the index picture... Dividing titles....
Playback hints... Inserting a disc... Playing a DVD video disc... Playing a DVD+RW/+R disc.. Playing an audio CD....
IProgramming a recording
General information... 63 Programming a recording (with the 'ShowView System'). 64 Programming a recording (without the ShowView System).. 66
Table of contents
How to check, change or delete a programmed recording (TIMER). 67 'NexTView Link'... 67 Problem solving for programmed recordings.. 68
Picture settings... Sound settings.... Language settings.... Additional settings... Remote Control settings...
KAccess 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...
LBefore you call an engineer.
The remote control
MONITOR Monitor: This button lets you switch between the (internal) TV 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 scart socket EXT 2 AUX I/O you can use this button to switch between TV reception and DVD recorder. This, however, functions only if you have connected your TV set to the DVD recorder using a scart cable (socket EXT 1 TO TV-I/O ) and your TV set reacts to the switching. 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: Left, right, up, down Back: Return to previous menu on a video CD (VCD). This function works also on some DVD's. Delete: To delete last entry or clear programmed recording (TIMER) Plus: Next programme number Minus: Previous programme number Playback/pause: Play back a disc. 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.
Which 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 contents
CD-RW (CD rewritable) Audio/ MP3 contents
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 an optional regional code. If the regional codes differ between the player and the disc, playback is not possible. DVDs must have the 'ALL' identifier for all regions or '2' for Region 2 for them to play in this machine. If a different region is printed on the DVD you will not be able to play it in this DVD recorder. The number inside the globe indicates a region of the world. Regional code 2 includes: Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East (incl. Egypt).
Voltage: 220-240V/50Hz Power consumption: 25W Power consumption (standby): less than 3W (clock display off) Measurements in cm (W/H/D): 43.5/8.8/32.6 (Disc tray closed), 46.1 (disc tray open) Weight without packaging approx.: 4.0 kg 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: 15C - 35C Humidity: 25% - 75%
Operating instructions Guarantee booklet Quick install guide Remote control and batteries Aerial cable Mains cable Scart cable (AV-Euro cable) Audio cable (Cinch cable with red/white connector) Video cable (Cinch cable with yellow connector) DVD+RW disc
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 Typ: InGaAlP (DVD), AlGaAs(CD) semiconductor laser 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 Grad (DVD), 54 Grad (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 pull out the mains plug from the wall outlet and not only the plug from the socket 4MAINS at the back of the unit. Children playing near the device could suffer injuries at the free end of the cable.
The necessary cable connections must be made before you can record or playback TV programmes using your DVD recorder. Connect the DVD recorder directly to your TV set. If there is a video recorder in between the picture quality may be poor because of the copy protection system built into the DVD recorder. We recommend that you use a scart cable to connect your TV set and DVD recorder.
What is a scart cable? The scart or Euro AV cable serves as the universal connector for picture, sound and control signals. With this type of connection, there is practically no loss of quality in picture or sound transmission.
When you install your DVD recorder for the first time, select one of the following options: 'Connecting with a scart cable and Easy Link' If your TV set is equipped with 'Easy Link, Cinema Link, NexTView Link, Q-Link, Smart Link, Megalogic, Datalogic,.' and you wish to use a scart cable.
What is Easy Link? If your TV set is equipped with functions such as Easy Link, Cinema Link, NexTView Link, Q-Link, Smart Link, Megalogic or Datalogic, which are fully compatible with one another (TV set, DVD recorder, etc.), your DVD recorder can exchange information with your TV set. Please see your TV's operating instructions.
'Connecting with a scart cable without Easy Link' If your TV set is not equipped with 'Easy Link, Cinema Link, NexTView Link, Q-Link, Smart Link,, Megalogic, Datalogic,.' and you wish to use a scart cable. 'Connecting with an S Video (Y/C) cable' If your TV set is equipped with an S-Video (SVHS) socket.
What is an 'S Video (Y/C) cable'? This connecting cable, also known as the SVHS cable, is used to transmit the brightness signal (Y signal) and colour signal (C signal) separately. This mini DIN socket/plug is also called a Hosiden socket/plug.
'Connecting with video (CVBS) cable' If your TV set is equipped only with a video (CVBS) socket.
What is 'Video (CVBS)'? This socket, usually referred to as the Cinch socket, 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 picture, such as 'Moir' patterns.
Connecting with a scart cable and 'Easy Link'
Your DVD recorder can exchange information with your TV set using 'Easy Link'. Your TV channels can also be transferred in the same order from your TV set to your DVD recorder using 'Easy Link'.
Have the following cables ready: an aerial cable (1, supplied), a mains cable (2, supplied), a special (full) scart cable (3, suitable for Easylink).
Switch off your TV set. Remove the aerial cable plug from your TV set. Insert it into the ANTENNA socket at the back of the DVD recorder.
Insert one end of the supplied aerial cable into the TV socket at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the aerial input socket at the back of the TV set.
How can I change the displayed symbol of a TV channel?
1 In 'TV channel name', press C. 2 Select the desired symbol position using D or C. 3 Change the symbol at the symbol position with B or A. 4 Select the next symbol position in the same way. 5 Keep pressing C until the cursor disappears.
How can I change the TV system of the TV channel? In 'TV system', use D or C to select the TV system that produces the least distortion of picture and sound. What is NICAM? NICAM is a digital sound transmission system. Using NICAM, you can transmit either 1 stereo channel or 2 separate mono channels. However, if reception is poor and the sound distorted you can turn off NICAM. In 'NICAM', select 'Off' using D or C. How can I improve the automatic process for storing channels? To change the automatic process for storing channels (fine tuning), select 'Fine tuning'. Using D or C you can try to fine-tune the TV channel manually.
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. Press the SYSTEM-MENU button on the remote control. The menu bar appears. Select 'A' using D or C.
Select 'Follow TV' using B or A and confirm with C. 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 on 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 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. Please read 'Sorting and clearing TV channels manually'.
Wait until for example 'TV 02' appears in the display. Select the next programme number on the TV set, e.g. '2'. Confirm with OK on the DVD recorder remote control.
Deleting sorting You can delete incorrect TV channel sorting by pressing D.
Repeat steps 0 to B until you have assigned all the TV channels. To end, press SYSTEM-MENU.
Select 'Installation' using B or A and confirm with C.
Automatic TV channel search
During installation, all available TV channels are searched for and stored. If the channel assignments of your cable or satellite TV provider change or if you are reinstalling the DVD recorder, e.g. after moving house, you can start this procedure again. This will replace the stored TV channels with the new ones.
What does Easy Link do? With Easylink, you can search for and store TV channels only on the TV set. These settings are accepted by the DVD recorder. Use this function to start the transfer of TV channels 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. Press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. Select 'A' using D or C. Select line 'Installation' using B or A and confirm with C. Select line 'Autom. search' using B or A. Press C. The automatic TV channel search starts. This allows the DVD recorder to save all available TV channels. This procedure may take several minutes. When the automatic search is completed, 'Autom. search complete' will appear on the TV screen. To end, press SYSTEM-MENU.
You can read about how to search for a TV channel manually in section 'Adding and clearing TV channels manually'.
Sorting and clearing TV channels manually
Playback begins automatically.
A menu may appear during playback of a DVD. In case titles and chapters are numbered, press a number button on the remote control. You can also select a menu item using D , C , A , B and confirm with OK. For further information, read chapter 'Playing a DVD video disc'.
During the playback of a DVD+RW, the index screen overview appears. Choose the title you want to play back using B , A , N , O. Confirm with OK. For further information, read chapter 'Playing a DVD+RW/+R disc'.
If the playback does not start automatically, press PLAY/PAUSE G9. For further information, read chapter 'Playing an audio CD'.
If the 'h' symbol appears in the display, start playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE G9. 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
a 'PIN' will appear on the display b The child lock was activated for the inserted disc. Read section 'Access control' and 'Authorising a disc' and in chapter '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. a The screen is prompting me to choose an option from the menu. b Select the option you want using A , B , D , C or the number keys 0.9. In some cases you need to confirm with OK. You can also access the menu using DISC-MENU on the remote control.
How can I access hidden information?
1 Press the
DISC-MENU button on the remote control. A menu will appear on the screen. For some feature films this may appear after an introductory sequence. 2 Select the option you want using A , B , D , C or the number keys 0.9. Confirm with OK.
If playback does not start automatically, press PLAY/PAUSE G9. The display shows: title, chapter, time elapsed. To stop the disc, press STOP h on the remote control or hSTOP on the DVD recorder. To eject the disc, press OPEN/CLOSE 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, select the title you want to watch from the Index Picture Screen using B or A. You can also use the N or O buttons on the front of the set. Press PLAY/PAUSE G9. The display shows: title number, recording quality.
a No sound b The sound is switched off in search mode. This is not a fault in your machine.
Search function via menu bar
1 During playback press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The
menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. ' icon using C or D and confirm with B. 3 Using D or C you can now select different speeds forwards or backwards. 4 If necessary hide the menu bar using SYSTEM-MENU. 5 To continue playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9.
2 Select the '
1 During playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9 to stop the disc and display a still picture.
Frame by frame playback via menu bar
1 During the still picture press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control.
The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. ' icon using C or D and confirm with B button. 3 Using D or C you can now scroll back or forwards one frame at a time. 4 If necessary hide the menu bar using SYSTEM-MENU. 5 To continue playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9.
During playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9 on the remote control. Then hold down N or O to switch to slow motion. You can choose between the various speeds using N or O.
Slow motion over the menu bar
1 During playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9 on the remote control and
then press SYSTEM-MENU The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. 2 Select the ' ' symbol using C or D and confirm with B. 3 Using D or C you can now select various slow motion speeds backwards or forwards. 4 If necessary hide the menu bar using SYSTEM-MENU.
To continue playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9 twice.
Search by time
Using this feature you can select where playback should start (select elapsed time). 3 During playback press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. Select the 'L' symbol using C or D and confirm with B. Playback is stopped and a box appears on the screen showing the elapsed time. Enter the start time with the digit keys 0.9 from where playback should start.
a The time entered will flash b The selected title is shorter than the time entered. Enter a new time or end the function using SYSTEM-MENU.
Playback starts before the time entered.
You can mark entire sections or the whole disc for endless playback. Depending on the type of disc (DVD video, DVD+RW, video CD) you can select a chapter, title or the entire disc. 1 2
Select the desired chapter, title or the entire disc and start playback. During playback, press PLAY MODE. By pressing MODE again you can chose from the following options: ) '2': repeat chapter DVD only ) '3': repeat title/track ) '5': repeat entire disc (Video CD, Audio CD only) ) '/': Shuffle play ) display disappears: no repeat PLAY
To switch off the repeat, press STOP h. You can also press PLAY MODE repeatedly until the icons disappear.
Repeat sequence (A B)
You can repeat a certain sequence within a title/chapter. You have to mark the start and end of the desired sequence. 1
During playback press PLAY/PAUSE G9. You see a still picture.
Press PLAY MODE until the '0' icon appears on the screen. This marks the start point. Press PLAY/PAUSE G9 to start playback. At the desired end point, press OK. ' 1' appears on the TV screen. The disc will only play between the selected points. To switch off the repeat, press STOP h. You can also press PLAY MODE repeatedly until the icons disappear.
This feature plays back the first 10 seconds of each chapter (DVD) or track (CD). During playback, press PLAY MODE. Select '6' using PLAY MODE. After 10 seconds the DVD recorder switches to the next chapter/index. To start playback at the corresponding chapter/index, press STOP h and then PLAY/PAUSE G9.
The Zoom feature allows you to enlarge the video image and pan through the enlarged image. 7 During playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9. The DVD recorder switches to 'PAUSE'. You will see a still picture. Press SYSTEM-MENU and select the 'G' icon using C. Select the required zoom factor using B or A. When 'press OK to pan' appears on the screen, the zoom process is complete. Press OK. Using A , B , C , D select the part of the image you wish to view. Confirm with OK. To stop the feature, then SYSTEM-MENU. press PLAY/PAUSE G9 and
If a DVD video contains sequences recorded from different camera angles you can change the camera angle for playback. During playback, press PLAY/PAUSE G9. You will see a still picture. Press SYSTEM-MENU and select the 'F' icon using C.
a The ' ' icon is not visible b The selected scene was not recorded from different camera angles. That is why you cannot select this feature. For more information please read the 'cover text' on your DVD video disc.
Insert new recordings at the end of all existing recordings (Safe Record) To add a new recording at the end of the last recording on the disc, hold down the REC/OTR n button until the message 'SAFE REC' appears on the display. For DVD+R discs each new recording is always added at the end of all previous recordings as existing recordings cannot be overwritten.
If you want to start and stop a recording manually, read 'Recording without automatic switch off'. If you want to start a recording manually but stop it automatically, read 'Recording with automatic switch off'. (e.g. not to record to the end of the disc) Read 'Automatic recording from a satellite receiver', if you want a recording to be controlled automatically by a satellite receiver. Read 'Direct record' if you want to record a programme currently being shown.
Recording without automatic switch off
Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Insert a disc to be used for the recording. The system and content of the disc will be checked. 'READING' will appear on the display.
a Index display b A DVD+RW disc was inserted that already contains recordings. Use A and B to select a location where the recording should be started. a 'EMPTYDISC' appears in the display b The inserted DVD disc is empty. a A dialog box appears asking if the contents should be erased or the disc should be ejected b The inserted disc is a DVD+RW disc whose contents are not compatible with DVD Video (e.g. a data disc). This disc cannot be used for recordings until the entire disc is erased using the REC/OTR n button. a 'Too many titles' appears on the screen when a recording is attempted b A disc can only contain a max. of 48 titles (including the empty titles). Erase the titles or change the disc.
If necessary, switch to the internal tuner on the DVD recorder using the MONITOR button on the remote control. Select the programme number (station name) you wish to record using CHANNEL q or CHANNEL r. The following will appear on the display:
Station name If a TV station transmits a station name it will be shown in the display. Programme number of the external inputs: 'EXT1' 'EXT2' 'CAM1' 'CAM1' Scart socket at the back EXT 1 TO TV-I/O Scart socket at the back EXT 2 AUX I/O SVHS-/Audio front sockets S-VIDEO / left AUDIO right Video/audio front sockets A/V VIDEO / left AUDIO right Switching between sockets S-VIDEO and VIDEO is done automatically. In case both sockets are used, the signal received at socket S-VIDEO is treated with priority. 'CAM2' Digital Video (i Link) front socket DV
Inserting chapter markers During recording it is possible to mark scenes that you want to see or hide later. During recording press EDIT at the relevant location. The screen displays 'Inserting marker'. The 'CHAPTER' number is increased by one in the display box. For more information on titles and chapters please see the section 'Changing to another title/chapter' in the chapter 'Playback'.
You can stop recording by pressing STOP h on the remote control or hSTOP on the recorder. MENU UPDT' will appear on the display. The DVD player is preparing the list of contents. Wait until this message disappears from the display, then the recording is completed.
a The display will read 'DISC ERR' b The recording could not be completed correctly because of a disc error. Check and, if necessary, clean the inserted disc.
Making recordings on DVD+R discs compatible If you want to play back the recording on a DVD player, you need to finalise the disc in the DVD recorder. You can prepare your DVD for use in a DVD player using the 'Finalising' feature. See the section 'Finalising DVD+R discs' in chapter 'Managing the disc contents'.
To start recording, press REC/OTR n on the remote control or RECORD on the DVD recorder. If you want to start the recording at the end of the existing recordings, hold down the REC/OTR n button until the message 'SAFE REC' appears on the display. For DVD+R discs each new recording is always added at the end of all previous recordings as existing recordings cannot be overwritten. On the display will appear e.g.:
Interrupt recording (Pause)
1 During recording press PLAY/PAUSE G9 , for example to avoid recording the commercials. To continue recording, press REC/OTR n.
End recording To end the recording, press the STOP h button. Wait until 'MENU UPDT' disappears from the display.
Recording with automatic switch off (OTR One Touch Recording)
Insert a disc. Use CHANNEL q or CHANNEL r to select the programme number (channel name) you want to record. Press REC/OTR n on the remote control. Each time you press REC/OTR n you will add 30 minutes to the recording time.
How can I cancel the recording time I have just set? To cancel the entry, press the CLEAR button while the recording time is displayed.
Protecting the disc against accidental recording
To prevent an important recording from being accidentally erased, you can protect the entire disc. You can only protect the disc as a whole. It is not possible to protect an individual recording.
What happens with DVD+R discs? As long as these discs are not finalised, they can be protected against accidental erasure in the same way as DVD+RW discs.
Insert the disc you wish to protect. Press DISC-MENU. The Index Picture Screen appears. While the Index Picture Screen is displayed, press the STOP h button on the remote control. The first title is marked. Press A. This takes you to the disc info screen. Press the C button. Select 'Protection'. Confirm with C. Select 'Protected' using B and confirm with OK. Quit using D and then DISC-MENU.
The entire disc is now protected. If you try to record onto this disc the message 'DISC LOCK' will appear in the display and 'Disc locked' on the screen.
Lining up recordings within a title (assemble cut)
You can add further recordings to a title already contained on a DVD+RW disc. This recording will be added to the title as a so-called 'chapter'. Existing information will be overwritten from this location onward. Depending on the length of the recording, this will also overwrite titles that follow the current title. The recording mode (quality) is automatically transferred from the current title. To play back this recording, press SYSTEM-MENU and select 'C' (chapter) using C. You can also use T/C. For more information, read section 'Changing to a different title/chapter' in chapter 'Playback'.
What happens with DVD+R discs? New recordings on 'DVD+R' discs can only be added after existing recordings. It is not possible to overwrite existing recordings on 'DVD+R' discs.
Find the title in the Index Picture Screen where you want to insert the new recording. Look at the last minute of the old recording (playback) Press PLAY/PAUSE G9 on the remote control at the position where the new recording is to go. '9' will appear on the display. To monitor the recording you can switch to the internal tuner using MONITOR. Now start recording as usual by pressing remote control. The new recording will be inserted. Stop recording with STOP h. REC/OTR n on the
Selecting the recording mode (quality)
By selecting a recording mode, you define the picture quality of recordings and the maximum recording time for a disc. You can check the quality by switching to a recording mode and then watch the picture via the built-in tuner ( MONITOR button). For playback, the correct picture quality will automatically be selected. 1 2
Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. On the front of the DVD recorder select the recording quality using REC MODE. You can also use the button REC. MODE on the remote control.
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.
Read section 'Disc settings', to change general settings of the disc. Read 'Editing recording titles (name)'to find out how to change a name. Read 'Playing back titles'to find out how to play back the entire recording including the hidden chapters Read 'Erasing a recording/title'to find how to erase titles and the accompanying recording. Read 'Favourite scene selection'to find out how to split the title into chapters and how to manage the chapters.
Editing recording titles (name)
Some TV stations transmit the title (name) of a programme. In this case, the name will be included automatically (e.g. 'ROCKY'). Otherwise, the channel number and time of the recording are stored as the name. The name of the recording can only be changed after the recording has been completed. 1 2
Settings for title Charly 1 Name Play full title Erase this title Charly 1
Press the STOP h button or during playback press DISC-MENU. Using A or B select the title whose name you want to edit and confirm with C. The menu for editing names appears. Select 'Name' using A or B and confirm with C. Using C or D select the position where the letter/number/icon is to be changed/re-entered. Change the icon using A or B. You can switch between upper and lowercase using SELECT. You can delete the character using CLEAR. Repeat 4 and 5 until you have made the changes you want. Save the new name with OK. 'Storing name' appears on the TV screen for confirmation. To end, press D.
Playing back titles
If you have hidden certain chapters of a title, with this setting you can view the entire title including the hidden chapters. Proceed as follows: 1 2
Erasing chapter markers
You can erase all or some of the markers within a title. 1 During playback of the appropriate chapter press EDIT on the remote control. The 'Favorite Scene Selection' menu will appear on the screen
Using B select 'Delete marker' for this chapter or 'Delete all markers' for all chapters within the selected title. Confirm with OK. To end, press EDIT.
You can switch between show chapters ('visible') and hide chapters ('hidden') quickly and easily using SELECT.
Changing the index picture
Normally the first picture of a recording is used as the index picture. You can however choose any picture from the recording as the index picture. 1 2
During playback, search for location of the new index picture. Press the PLAY/PAUSE G9 button. Press the EDIT button. The 'Favorite Scene Selection' menu appears on the TV screen. Select line 'New index picture' and confirm with OK. Start the change with OK. 'Updating menu' appears on the TV screen.
Once the revision has been completed successfully the DVD recorder reverts to the index overview.
It is possible to divide a title into several separate parts (titles). Each of these parts (titles) is indicated by a separate index picture. Please note: This division cannot be reversed
Can I also divide titles on DVD+R discs? As recordings on DVD+R discs cannot be overwritten, it is not possible to divide titles.
During playback of the appropriate title press EDIT on the remote control. The 'Favorite Scene Selection' menu will appear on the screen Select 'Divide title' and confirm with OK. If you are sure, start the process by pressing OK. The screen will show 'Dividing title'. Wait until the new title appears with an index picture in the Index Picture overview.
The title is now successfully divided.
Programming a recording (TIMER)
Use programmed recording (TIMER) to automatically start and stop a recording at a later date. The DVD recorder will switch to the right program number and begin recording at the correct time. With this DVD recorder, you can pre-program up to 6 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 program number of the TV channel * the start and stop time of the recording * VPS or PDC on or off * the recording mode ('HQ/SP/SP+/LP/EP/EP+'). This information is saved in a TIMER block.
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