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Using other types of audio/video output
If you cant use the SCART AV connector to connect your TV to this recorder, there are standard audio/video output jacks, as well as an S-video output.
Using the supplied audio/video cable
Using the S-video output
AUDIO INPUT AUDIO INPUT VIDEO INPUT TV S-VIDEO INPUT
R L R AUDIO VIDEO OUTPUT S-VIDEO AV 1 (RGB) - TV AV 2/AUTO START REC (INPUT 1/DECODER) IN OPTICAL AUDIO VIDEO OUTPUT S-VIDEO AV 1 (RGB) - TV AV 2/AUTO START REC (INPUT 1/DECODER) IN OPTICAL
1 Connect the VIDEO OUTPUT jack to a video input on your TV. Use the yellow jack of the supplied audio/video cable for the video connection. 2 Connect the AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to the corresponding audio inputs on your TV. Use the red and white jacks of the supplied audio/video cable for the audio connection. Make sure you match up the left and right outputs with their corresponding inputs for correct stereo sound.
1 Use an S-video cable (not supplied) to connect the S-VIDEO OUTPUT to an S-video input on your TV, monitor (or other equipment). 2 Connect the AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to the corresponding audio inputs on your TV. You can use the supplied audio/video cable, leaving the yellow video plug disconnected. Make sure you match up the left and right outputs with their corresponding inputs for correct stereo sound.
Connecting to a cable box or satellite receiver
If you have a cable or satellite receiver with a built-in decoder, connect it to this recorder and your TV as shown on this page. If you are using a separate decoder box for your cable/satellite TV, set up following the instructions on the next page. Using the setup on this page you can: Record any channel by selecting it on the cable box/satellite tuner. Important Do not connect this recorder through your VCR, satellite receiver or cable box. Always connect each component directly to your TV or AV amplifier/receiver. 1 Connect RF antenna cables as shown. This enables you to watch and record TV channels.
2 Use a SCART cable (not supplied) to connect the AV1(RGB)-TV AV connector to a SCART AV connector on your TV. This enables you to watch discs. 3 Use another SCART cable to connect the AV2/ AUTO START REC (INPUT 1/DECODER) AV connector to a SCART AV connector on your satellite/cable box. This enables you to record scrambled TV channels.
Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback
Clock Set Manual Clock Setting Input Line System England On Screen Display Time Zone London Front Panel Display Power Save Off Summer Time Remote Control Set Setup Navigator
Press (cursor down) then use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to select On or Off for summer time, then press ENTER. Select On if you are currently using summer time.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Manual Clock Setting Clock Set Input Line System England On Screen Display Time Zone London Front Panel Display Power Save On Summer Time Remote Control Set Setup Navigator 1/2
Auto clock setting Some TV channels broadcast time signals together with the program. This recorder can use these signals to set the clock automatically.
Set the date (day/month/year) and time, then press ENTER to make all the settings.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Manual Clock Setting Clock Set Input Line System 01 THU 01 Date On Screen Display Front Panel Display Time Power Save England Time Zone Remote Control Set London Setup Navigator On Summer Time 2/2
Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS or PCM only, then press ENTER. Check the operating instructions that came with your AV amplifier/receiver if youre not sure what its compatible with. 9 Is your AV amplifier/receiver compatible with 96 kHz PCM digital audio?
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback 96kHz PCM Compatible Clock Set Input Line System On Screen Display Front Panel Display Compatible Not Compatible Power Save Remote Control Set Don't Know Setup Navigator
Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to change the value in the highlighted field. Use the / (cursor left/right) buttons to move from one field to another. You can go back to the previous screen at anytime in the Setup Navigator by pressing RETURN. 7 Select the TV screen type, Standard (4:3) or Wide (16:9).
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback TV Clock Set Screen Size Input Line System On Screen Display Front Panel Display Wide (16:9) Power Save Standard (4:3) Remote Control SetSetup Navigator Setup Navigator
Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to select Compatible, Not Compatible, or Dont Know, then press ENTER. Check the operating instructions that came with your AV amplifier/receiver if youre not sure. 10 Press ENTER to exit the Setup Navigator, or select Go Back if you want to start again.
4 Remaining recording time available Shows the amount of space left on the disc in the current recording mode. 5 Recording mode Shows the current recording mode (FINE, SP, LP, etc.), and the total recording time of the disc. Note When using the simultaneous play and record feature, the display shows information for playback only. During real-time copy, the copy source playback information is displayed.
5 Angle indicator Lights during multi-angle scenes.
Play display 2
Play DVD-R Video 32 0. 00. 15 Chapter Time 0. 00. 21 Chapter Total 0. 01. 52 4.32Mbps Hi-Speed Copy Title Name : 21/11 Football match
Data transfer rate shows the amount of video and audio information recorded on the disc. It is not an indication of picture/audio quality. The Video mode disc displays become the same as a DVD-Video disc once the disc is finalized. The total recording time figure shown in parenthesis is calculated based on a 12cm/4.7GB disc at the displayed record setting. Recording and playback times for TV recordings are approximately 0.1% shorter than the actual time. This is because of the slightly different frame rates of TV broadcasts versus DVD. The frame number is shown next to the elapsed time display when the disc is paused. Copy Once or Cant Record messages may appear in the stop or recording displays. These indicate that the broadcast TV program contains copy control information.
1 Chase playback, simultaneous record/playback, copy, disc back-up Indicates that recording, copying or back-up is in progress. Elapsed chapter time Total running time of chapter
4 Data transfer rate Shows the current data rate being read from the disc. 5 Copy protected material (!) Shows ! if the playback material is copy-once protected.
Rec DVD-R Video
3 0. 00. 15 21:00 22:00 FINE (1h00m/DVD)
Current title number Elapsed recording time
3 Timer recording start and stop times Shows the start and stop times if the current recording is a timer recording.
Most of the features described in this chapter make use of on-screen displays. Navigate these using the / / / (cursor buttons) and ENTER. To go back one level from any screen, use the RETURN button. Remember also that the button guide at the bottom of every screen shows which buttons do what. Many of the functions covered in this chapter apply to the HDD, DVD discs, Video CDs, Super VCDs, WMA/MP3 discs and CDs, although the exact operation of some varies slightly with the kind of disc loaded. The following icons are provided to help you quickly identify which instructions you need for which kind of disc.
Using the Disc Navigator to browse the contents of a disc.
Using the timer recording features you can program up to 32 timer recordings up to a month in advance. Timer recording programs can be set to record just once, every day, or every week. You can set the recording quality for your timer recording in the same way as for a regular recording, but with the added option of an AUTO mode, which maximizes the recording quality for the space available on the disc (if recording to DVD), or to fit on to a blank DVD disc (if recording to HDD). You can set timer recordings to record to a recordable DVD or to the hard disk drive. For regular (daily or weekly) HDD timer recordings that you dont need to keep, you can use the Auto Replace Recording feature to automatically replace the previous timer recording with the new one. Note that when you use this feature, the previous recording made on that timer program will be replaced by the next one, regardless of whether you have watched it yet or not. You can also set the recorder so that it will adjust the recording quality to try and fit the recording on to the disc if it would not otherwise fit at the recording quality you set (see Optimized Rec on page 108 for more on this). Finally, if you set a timer recording to record to DVD but there isnt a recordable DVD loaded at the time of the recording, the Recovery Recording feature will automatically record the program to the HDD for you. This recorder is compatible with VPS (Video Programming System) and PDC (Program Delivery Control) systems used by many TV stations to ensure that a timer recording catches the whole program even when the program is not running to schedule. Up to eight timer programs can be set with VPS/PDC on.
Easy Timer Recording
As the name suggests, Easy Timer Recording makes setting up a timer recording as simple as possible.
DVD recording: The AUTO option automatically sets the best recording quality for the space available on the disc loaded at the time of recording. HDD recording: The AUTO option automatically sets the best recording quality that would fit on to a blank DVD disc. Press DVD to record to DVD disc, or HDD if you want to record to the hard disk drive.
A feature called Chase Play makes it possible to watch a recording in progress (DVD or HDD) from the start of the recording (as in, playback is chasing the recording). For example, perhaps you have to miss the first 30 minutes of a movie on TV; you can start recording, then start watching the movie, from the beginning, while the recorder is still recording 30 minutes ahead of you. In fact, youre not just limited to watching the recording in progress; you can watch anything else already on the DVD or HDD by selecting it from the Disc Navigator screen (see Using the Disc Navigator with recordable discs and the HDD on page 37). Important Note that you must use a DVD-RW Ver. 1.1 / 2x or Ver. 1.2 / 4x disc to be able to use this feature.
Timer recording FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions Even though the timer is set, the recorder doesnt start recording! Check that the disc loaded or HDD is recordable, not locked (see Lock Disc on page 92), and that there are fewer than 99/250 titles already on the DVD/HDD. The recorder wont let me enter a timer program! Why not? You cant enter a timer program if the clock isnt set. What happens when two or more timer programs overlap? Basically, the program with the earlier recording start time has priority. However, the recorder will start recording the program with the later start time after the earlier program is finished. If two programs have the same times (but different channels, for example), the program set most recently takes priority. If VPS/PDC is active for two timer programs that are programmed to start at the same time, then the program that actually starts first takes priority.
You may not be able to use this feature with a DVD-RW disc that was first initialized on another recorder. During recording, press PLAY to start playback from the beginning of the current recording, or press DISC NAVIGATOR and select another title to play from there. You can use all the usual playback controls, such as pause, slow-motion play, scan and skip. To stop playback, press continue). To stop recording, press continue). Note You cant start playback immediately after recording starts. When scanning a DVD, no sound is output if the recorder is also recording the DVD (see Scanning discs on page 38). You cant use this feature during Auto Start Recording, or in Auto Start Recording standby (the AUTO indicator is lit in the front panel display). You cant use simultaneous playback and recording while copying or backing up. During recording or in timer recording standby, you cant play an HDD title, DVD or Video CD/Super VCD disc if the Input Line System setting doesnt match the TV line system of the disc/HDD title (see also STOP (recording will STOP REC (playback will
One Touch Copy* (DVD to HDD)
Recording equipment should be used only for lawful copying and you are advised to check carefully what is lawful copying in the country in which you are making a copy. Copying of copyright material such as films or music is unlawful unless permitted by a legal exception or consented to by the rightowners. One Touch Copy from DVD to HDD copies a single title to the HDD in real time. You can copy the currently playing title or the currently selected title in the Disc Navigator. When you start copying, playback jumps back to the start of the title, then continues through to the end of the title, when recording automatically stops. The copy will be made in the recording mode (FINE, SP, etc.) that is currently set. * See also Copyright above.
Thumbnail picture markers (Navimark) and chapter markers for the Disc Navigator are copied, but their position in the copy may be slightly changed from the original.
If some part of the title being copied is copyprotected, copying will start, but the copy-protected portions will not be copied.
During DVD playback, press ONE TOUCH COPY to copy the current title to HDD. Playback starts again from the beginning of the current title. The front panel display and an on-screen display indicate that the title is being copied. Note The maximum title length for copying is six hours. Title name and chapter markers are also copied, except when copying from a finalized Video mode disc.
Canceling One Touch Copy
You can cancel a One Touch Copy once its started. Press and hold ONE TOUCH COPY for more than a second. Copying is canceled and the video already copied is erased. Note If you cancel a HDD to DVD-R copy, the space available for recording does not return to the precopy figure.
Copying from HDD to DVD*
Currently selected HDD title Title that cannot be added to Copy List
HDD to DVD Copy All
1 Press HDD or DVD to select the hard disk drive or the DVD. 2 Press DISC NAVIGATOR to display the Disc Navigator screen. Playback will automatically stop when you do this.
Disc Navigator Original
You can switch between the HDD and the DVD Disc Navigator screens using the HDD and DVD buttons (front panel or remote). You can copy a selected HDD title to DVD, or DVD title to HDD by pressing ONE TOUCH COPY (see also page 62 for more on One Touch Copy). When editing HDD content, a row of group names appears above the title thumbnails (see Editing HDD groups on page 84 for more details). You can access these by pressing (cursor up) repeatedly until the All group is highlighted, then using the / (cursor left/ right) buttons to select a group. Press ENTER to open the highlighted group. Titles on the HDD marked with a icon are timer recordings set to Auto Replace Recording (see Standard timer recording on page 51). Titles on the HDD marked with a icon are recently recorded titles that havent yet been played. 3 To exit the Disc Navigator, press HOME MENU. Remember You can change the thumbnail pictures used for titles using the NAVI MARK buttonsee Changing the thumbnail picture for a title on page 37.
Play Erase Ttl Name Chpt Edit Erase Sec Undo
DVD Remain 0h37m(FINE) 6
You can also access the Disc Navigator from the Home Menu (press HOME MENU, select Disc Navigator then press ENTER). Use the / (cursor up/down) buttons to highlight the command you want from the menu options on the left, then press ENTER. Most commands require you then to select a title (or chapter) or location from the thumbnail views area of the screen. Use the / / / (cursor buttons) followed by ENTER to do this. When in the thumbnails area of the screen, use the PREV ( ) and NEXT ( ) buttons to display the previous/next page if there are more than six titles/ nine chapters. As you highlight different thumbnails, information about the title is shown in the central area of the screen. Press DISPLAY to change the information displayed. If you are editing a VR mode disc, press PLAYLIST to switch between Original and Play List Disc Navigator screens.
You can create new chapters within a title using the CHP MARK button while playing the title or during recording. This is useful not just for navigation of the disc content but also for editing purposes.
1 Start playback of the title you want to create new chapter markers in. You can use the Play command from the Disc Navigator menu to do this. 2 Press CHP MARK at any point where you want a new chapter to begin. A chapter marker icon appears on-screen briefly to confirm a new chapter mark has been inserted:
You can keep dividing the chapter as many times as you wish (up to 999 chapters per DVD disc or 99 chapters per HDD title). Highlight Back and press ENTER to return to the Chapter Edit screen. Combine Combine two adjacent chapters into one: Highlight the bar divider between two adjacent chapters and press ENTER (see also the note below)
For greater control over the exact position of chapter markers it can be useful to use the PAUSE button and/or the slow-motion and frame advance/reverse controls ( / ). Note You cannot insert chapter markers during Auto Start Recording. If you pause a recording in VR mode, the recorder automatically starts a new chapter when you restart the recording. When recording in Video mode, the recorder automatically puts chapter markers in at regular intervals. It is not possible to add extra chapter markers manually after recording (see also Auto Chapter (Video) on page 108). The Play List and Original content on a disc can each contain up to 999 chapters. Each HDD title can contain a maximum of 99 chapters. Similar chapter editing commands are available for HDD content from the HDD to DVD copy screen. See also Copying from HDD to DVD* on page 63.
3 Use the playback controls ( , , , , etc.) to find the start of the section to erase, then (with From highlighted) press ENTER. The bar at the bottom of the screen shows the current play position in the title. After pressing ENTER, a marker appears under the bar to show the start of the section.
4 In the same way, find the end of the section to erase, then (with To highlighted) press ENTER. After pressing ENTER, another marker appears under the bar to show the end of the section, with the section itself marked in red. 5 Select Yes to confirm, or No to cancel, then press ENTER. In the thumbnail viewer you can see a few seconds of video either side of the marked section to see how the edit will look. When editing VR mode Original content, you may not be able to erase very short sections (less than five seconds). 6 Erase another section from the same title, or press RETURN to get back to the main Disc Navigator screen.
Exactly how much difference you can hear between the settings will depend on the material. Remember Audio DRC is not effective when listening to a disc via the digital output when Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital. In this case adjust the dynamic range from your AV amplifier/receiver.
The Initial Setup menu
Using the Initial Setup menu
The Initial Setup menu is where you can set various recorder options for sound, picture, language and so on. Press HOME MENU and select Initial Setup. Set Clock Set CH to the channel preset number that broadcasts a clock signal, then move the cursor down to Start and press ENTER.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Clock Setting Auto Clock Setting Input Line System Date On Screen Display Time Front Panel Display Power Save Set CH Clock Remote Control Set Setup Navigator
If the time could not be set automatically, press RETURN to go back to the previous screen and select Manual. Manual clock setting If no stations in your area are broadcasting time signals, you can set the clock manually: Set your time zone. You can set this by selecting a city or a time relative to GMT.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Clock Setting Clock Setting Manual Input Line System England On Screen Display Time Zone London Front Panel Display Power Save Off Summer Time Remote Control Set Setup Navigator 1/2
Some settings can only be changed when the recorder is stopped. During playback these settings are grayed out in the Initial Setup menu. Except for the Setup Navigator, menu screens are exited automatically after 20 minutes of inactivity.
The date (day, month, year) and time must be set before you can use any of the timer recording features. The clock can be set automatically if there is a broadcast station transmitting clock signals, or manually. Select Auto to set the clock automatically or Manual to display the clock setting screen.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Clock Setting Input Line System On Screen Display Front Panel Display Power Save Remote Control Set Setup Navigator Auto Manual
Move the cursor down and select On for summer time if you are currently on summer time, then press ENTER.
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Clock Setting Clock Setting Manual Input Line System England On Screen Display Time Zone London Front Panel Display Power Save On Summer Time Remote Control Set Setup Navigator 1/2
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/Out Audio In Audio Out Language Recording Playback Manual Clock Setting Clock Setting Input Line System 01 THU 01 Date On Screen Display Front Panel Display Time Power Save England Time Zone Remote Control Set London Setup Navigator On Summer Time 2/2
4:3 (Letter Box) 4:3 (Pan & Scan)
The program is presented correctly on either setting.
When viewing on a widescreen TV or monitor Screen format of disc Setting 16:9 16:9 Appearance The program is presented in widescreen.
Your TV will determine how the picture is presentedcheck the manual that came with the TV for details.
Incorrect operation is often mistaken for trouble and malfunction. If you think there is something wrong with this component, please check the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after checking the points below, ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work.
Problem The disc is automatically ejected after closing the disc tray Remedy Check that the disc is not a DVD-RAM, DVD+R/RW or other incompatible format disc (page 9). Check that the disc is loaded properly (aligned in disc tray and label-side up). Take out the disc and clean it (page 121). Check that the disc has a region code compatible with the recorder (page 123). Check that everything is connected properly (page 12). Check that the connected TV and/or the AV amp/receiver is set to the correct input. Check that the disc is not a DVD-RAM, DVD+R/RW or other incompatible format disc (page 9). Take out the disc and clean it (page 121). Check that the disc is loaded properly (aligned in disc tray and label-side up). There may be condensation in the recorder. Leave the recorder for an hour or so for the condensation to evaporate. During HDD recording, you cant play discs that are recorded with a Line System different to the current recorder setting. If the recorder is unplugged (or there is a power failure) while the recorder is on, all the settings will be lost. Make sure that you switch the recorder into standby before unplugging the power cord. Press STOP then restart playback.
Cant play a disc
All settings are reset
Screen goes blank and controls are inoperative Remote control does not work
If you connected this recorder to another Pioneer product using the CONTROL IN jack, point the remote control at the other component to use (page 12). Set the remote control to the same ID number as the recorder (page 99). (When the batteries run down, the remote mode is automatically reset to Recorder1.) Use the remote within its operating range (page 8). Replace the batteries (page 8). Make sure that the amp/receiver or TV is set to the correct input and the volume turned up. There is no sound when the picture is paused, or during scanning or slow motion play. Press PLAY to resume regular playback. DTS discs can only be played if this recorder is connected to a DTS decoder or DTS compatible amp/receiver. If you have connected a suitable decoder, also make sure that the Initial Setup > Audio Out > DTS Output setting is On. Some 96kHz discs do not output audio through the digital jack. In this case, switch the input of your amp/receiver to analog. Check the audio cable connections (page 12). If the sound is distorted, try cleaning the cable plugs.
Country code list
Country, Country code, Country code letter
Argentina, 0118, ar Australia, 0121, au Austria, 0120, at Belgium, 0205, be Brazil, 0218, br Canada, 0301, ca Chile, 0312, cl China, 0314, cn Denmark, 0411, dk Finland, 0609, fi France, 0618, fr Germany, 0405, de Hong Kong, 0811, hk India, 0914, in Indonesia, 0904, id Italy, 0920, it Japan, 1016, jp Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr Malaysia, 1325, my Mexico, 1324, mx Netherlands, 1412, nl New Zealand, 1426, nz Norway, 1415, no Pakistan, 1611, pk Philippines, 1608, ph Portugal, 1620, pt Russian Federation, 1821, ru Singapore, 1907, sg Spain, 0519, es Sweden, 1905, se Switzerland, 0308, ch Taiwan, 2023, tw Thailand, 2008, th United Kingdom, 0702, gb USA, 2119, us
On-screen displays and recorder displays
The table below shows a list of error messages that you may encounter when using the recorder and an explanation of their meaning.
Message Initializing disc. Please wait a moment. Incompatible region number. Cannot record any more titles. No more space for le management data. Cannot add any more chapter marks. This disc cannot be recorded. Undo the nalization. Cannot play this disc. This disc cannot be recorded. Cannot read the CPRM information. Could not record the information to the disc. Cannot edit. Could not initialize disc. Could not complete nalization successfully. Could not undo nalization successfully. Could not successfully unlock the disc. Incompatible or unreadable disc.
Explanation/Action When you load a blank DVD-RW disc, the recorder automatically initializes it. The disc loaded has an incompatible region number for the recorder and so will not play. The disc control data limit has been reached, or the maximum number of chapters and/or titles has been reached. Erase titles/ chapters or combine chapters. The disc was nalized on a non-Pioneer DVD recorder. Undo the nalization in order to recording/editing. The disc may be dirty or damaged. Take out the disc, clean it and retry. If the error persists, use a new disc. If the error appears even with a new disc, please consult a Pioneer Service Center.
The disc loaded is a DVD-RAM, DVD+R/RW or some other incompatible disc type. This display may also appear if the disc is dirty or damaged. The video source is copy-once protected. Use a VR mode DVD-RW disc with CPRM for recording.
Cannot record to a disc that is not CPRM compatible. Cannot record this content using Video mode recording. This content is copy protected. Incorrect CPRM information. The audio will conform to the [Bilingual Recording] setting. Repairing disc. Could not repair the disc. Overheating has stopped operation. Press DISPLAY to clear this message.
The video source is copy-protected and cannot be recorded. The recorder could not read the CPRM information. The recorder may be damagedplease consult a Pioneer Service Center. When recording from an external input in Video mode, or in VR mode set to MN 32, audio is recorded in Linear PCM format. You can only record the left or right channel; not both. During recording, the power was cut. This display appears when the power is restored. The recorder was unable to repair the disc after a power cut. The contents of the recording will be lost. The internal temperature of the recorder has exceeded the operating limit. If this message reappears, please contact a Pioneer authorized service center.
PBC (PlayBack Control) (Video CD/Super VCD only)
A system of navigating a Video CD/Super VCD through on-screen menus recorded onto the disc. Especially good for discs that you would normally not watch from beginning to end all at oncekaraoke discs, for example.
A tag added to the end of a filename to indicate the type of file. For example,.mp3 indicates an MP3 file.
Regions (DVD only)
ISO 9660 format
International standard for the volume and file structure of CD-ROM discs.
(example region code marks)
A file format used for still images, such as photographs and illustrations. JPEG files are identified by the file extension.jpg or.JPG. Most digital cameras use this format.
Regions associate discs and players with particular areas of the world. This unit will only play discs that have compatible region codes. You can find the region code of your unit by looking on the rear panel. Some discs are compatible with more than one region (or all regions).
The rate at which sound is measured to be turned into digital audio data. The higher the rate, the better the sound quality, but the more digital information is generated. Standard CD audio has a sampling frequency of 44.1kHz, which means 44,100 samples (measurements) per second. See also Digital audio.
MP3 (MPEG1 audio layer 3) is a compressed audio file format. Files are recognized by their file extension.mp3 or.MP3.
A collection of chapters on a the HDD/DVD disc. See also Chapter.
Audio CDs and Video CDs use tracks to divide up the content of a disc. The DVD equivalent is called a chapter. See also Chapter.
WMA is short for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be encoded by using Windows Media Player version 9 or Windows Media Player for Windows XP. Files are recognized by their file extension.wma or.WMA. Microsoft, Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Recording 67, 28, 35, 4560 Recording quality 46, 47, 94 Recovery recording 7, 49 Remote control 8, 23, 99 Repeat play 41, 42 Rotating (a JPEG picture) 91
Disc and file formats 9, 113 Disc compatibility - see Disc and file formats Disc Navigator 3637, 7688, 108 Dolby Digital 6, 27, 43, 44, 46, 96, 104, 122 Downloading channel presets from the TV 13, 25, 100 DV camcorder 7, 20, 57, 58, 117
Scanning 24, 38 SCART - see AV connector SECAM 45, 46, 98, 99, 102 Setting up 2527, 112 Simultaneous recording and playback 6, 35, 55 Slow motion playback 39 Subtitle langauge 23, 43, 106
Easy Timer Recording 6, 50 Editing recordings 7688
Finalizing discs 34, 59, 93
Initializing discs 45, 60, 93, 108 Input colour system 98, 102 Input line system 98, 102, 103
Timer recording 6, 13, 17, 22, 24, 35, 4955, 56 TV aspect ratio 108, 113 TV audio channel 29, 48, 103, 104 TV system - see Input line system and Input colour system
JPEG picture files 7, 10, 35, 9091, 123
Video mode 7, 9, 10, 22, 35, 45, 59, 60, 62, 93, 108, 116, 118 VIDEO Plus+ 6, 23, 5253, 101 Video settings 9496, 102103 VPS/PDC 6, 22, 49, 51, 52, 55 VR mode 10, 22, 45, 48, 59, 60, 62, 79, 84, 93, 108, 109, 117, 118
Manual channel setup 100 Manual recording mode (MN) 22, 47, 107, 118 MP3 audio 7, 9, 32, 123 MPEG audio 12, 105, 123
NICAM audio 29, 103 NTSC 22, 45, 46, 95, 96, 98, 102, 103
WMA audio 7, 9, 32, 124
Zooming (a JPEG picture) 91
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