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|jordanmcclements||10:53pm on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|None Did not work out of the box, repair service is either slow or non-existent. I purchased this unit in October and have not had much opportunity to use it.|
|x0tsing||10:23am on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|Been using the DVD-R145 for over a year now with no problems as mentioned in others reviews. I had this DVD-R for a little over a year. I have owned this DVD-r for less than a year.|
|Bodeme||6:05am on Saturday, April 3rd, 2010|
|Worst electronic product ever purchased This is the single worst electronic product that I have ever purchased.|
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Exterior interference such as lightning and static electricity can affect normal operation of this DVD Recorder. If this occurs, turn the DVD Recorder off and on again with the STANDBY/ON button, or disconnect and then reconnect the AC power cord to the AC power outlet. The DVD Recorder will operate normally. Be sure to remove the disc and turn off the DVD Recorder after use. Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet when you dont intend to use the DVD Recorder for long periods of time. Clean the disc by wiping in a straight line from the inside to the outside of the disc.
Maintenance of Cabinet
For safety reasons, be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Do not use benzene, thinner, or other solvents for cleaning. Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth.
Use discs with regular shapes. If an irregular disc (a disc with a special shape) is used, this DVD recorder may be damaged.
Avoid touching the surface of a disc where recording is performed.
DVD-RAM, DVDRW and DVDR
Clean with an optional DVDRAM/PD disc cleaner (LFK200DCA1 where available). Do not use cleaners or cloths for CDs to clean DVD-RAM/ DVDRW/DVDR discs.
DVD-Video, Audio CD
Wipe off dirt or contamination on the disc with a soft cloth.
Cautions on handling discs
Before connecting other components to this DVD Recorder, be sure to turn them all off. Do not move the DVD Recorder while a disc is being played, or the disc may be scratched or broken, the DVD Recorder's internal parts may be damaged. Do not put a flower vase filled with water or any small metal objects on the DVD Recorder. Be careful not to put your hand into the disc tray. Do not place anything other than the disc in the disc tray.
Do not write on the printed side with a ball-point pen or pencil. Do not use record cleaning sprays or antistatic. Also, do not use volatile chemicals, such as benzene or thinner. Do not apply labels or stickers to discs. (Do not use discs fixed with exposed tape adhesive or leftover peeled-off stickers.) Do not use scratch-proof protectors or covers. Do not use discs printed with label printers available on the market. Do not load warped or cracked discs.
You can connect your DVD Recorder to a satellite or digital tuner.
external device (VCR/Satellite receiver)
To RF IN
- DVD mode
To RF OUT
1. Connect the AV2 connector of DVD Recorder and VCR/Satellite receiver or digital tuner using a SCART cable. 2. Connect the AV1 connector to the SCART AV connector on TV.
RF Cable To ANT INPUT
3. Turn on the DVD Recorder, VCR/Satellite receiver or digital tuner and TV. 4. Set Input mode on AV2.
- TV mode
The RF cable connection of this DVD Recorder sends only signals of TV. You must connect SCART cable or Audio/Video cables to watch a signal from your DVD Recorder. TV mode Press the TV/DVD button on remote control, then TV appear on Front LED display (or turn off DVD Recorder).
1. Press the TV/DVD button on remote control,then TV appear on Front LED display. (or turn off DVD Recorder.) 2. You can watch programmes from a satellite or digital tuner connected to this DVD Recorder, even when the DVD Recorder is turned off.
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Other type of connecting the Video output cable
There are several ways to output video signal not using scart cables. Select one of the following video connecting that best suits you below.
Case 1 : Connecting to a Video (Composite) output jack
1. Connect a video(yellow) cable between the VIDEO (yellow) OUT jack on DVD Recorder and VIDEO (yellow) INPUT jack on your TV (or AV amplifier). You will enjoy regular quality images. 2. Connect audio cables (white and red) between the AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO IN jacks on TV (or AV amplifier). (See pages 20-21)
Case 1 : Connecting to a Video (Composite) output jack Case 2 : Connecting to an S-Video output jack Case 3 : Component Video output jacks
S-Video, Component video and Progressive Output Modes
S-Video and Component video output are available only if your TV supports S-Video input or Component video input, respectively. If S-Video or Component video output does not work, check the TV connections and the TV input selection settings. Compared to standard interlaced video, progressive scan doubles the amount of video lines fed to your TV, resulting in a more stable, flicker-free, clear image than interlaced video. This is only available with TVs that support progressive scan. Progressive Scan Output (576p) Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this DVD Recorder and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture, in case of 576 progressive scan picture problems, It is recommended that the user switch the connection to the standard definition output. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 576p DVD Recorder, please contact our customer service centre.
Connecting HDMI/DVI to a TV
If your TV has a HDMI/DVI input, connect HDMI/DVI cable to a TV. You will enjoy the best quality images and sounds.
Case 1 : Connecting to a TV with HDMI Jack Case 2 : Connecting to a TV with DVI Jack
Case 1 : Connecting to a TV with HDMI Jack
Using the HDMI cable connect the HDMI OUT jack on the rear of the DVD Recorder to the HDMI IN jack of your TV.
Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the HDMI signal from the DVD Recorder appears on your TV screen.
Front(L) Subwoofer Centre
Case 2 : Connecting to a TV with DVI Jack
Using the DVI Adapter Cable, connect the HDMI OUT jack on the rear of the DVD Recorder to the DVI IN jack of your TV. Using the audio cables, connect the AUDIO (red and white) OUT jacks on the rear of the DVD Recorder to the AUDIO (red and white) IN jacks of your TV. Turn on the DVD recorder and TV. Press the input selector on your TV remote control until the DVI signal from the DVD Recorder appears on your TV screen.
To watch through the HDMI output, set the digital audio output to PCM. See page 32~33. Depending on the HDMI device (TV/HDMI Receiver) you use, audio may not be supported. If TV does not support Dolby digital/DTS, Audio output is not available when you set Digital output as Bitstream or select DTS On in Audio setup menu. In this case, set the digital audio output to PCM or DTS Off.
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Connecting to AV3 IN, DV input jack
This allows you to connect your DVD Recorder to other external devices and view or record their outputs.
Case 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB), DVD player or Camcorder to the AV3 IN jacks Case 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN jack
Case 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB), DVD player or Camcorder to the AV3 IN jacks
Connecting a VCR or external device to AV3 IN jacks of the DVD Recorder. You can record from connected equipment (VCR, STB, DVD player or Camcorder).
To change HDMI output resolution, see page 37. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) HDMI is an interface to enable the digital transmission of video and audio data with just a single connector. Since HDMI is based on DVI, it is completely compatible with DVI. The only difference between HDMI and DVI is that HDMI supports multi-channel audio. Using HDMI, the DVD recorder transmits a digital video and audio signal and displays a vivid picture on a TV having an HDMI input jack. HDMI connection description HDMI connector - Both uncompressed video data and digital audio data (LPCM or Bit Stream data). - Though the DVD recorder uses a HDMI cable, the DVD recorder outputs only a pure digital signal to the TV. - If TV does not support HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection), snow noise appears on the screen. Why does Samsung use HDMI? Analog TVs require an analog video/audio signal. However, when playing a DVD, the data transmitted to a TV is digital. Therefore either a digital-to-analog converter (in the DVD Recorder) or an analog-to-digital converter (in the TV) is required. During this conversion, the picture quality is degraded due to noise and signal loss. HDMI technology is superior because it requires no D/A conversion and is a pure digital signal from the DVD recorder to your TV. What is the HDCP? HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a system for protecting DVD content outputted via HDMI from being copied. It provides a secure digital link between a video source (PC, DVD. etc) and a display device (TV, projector. etc). Content is encrypted at the source device to prevent unauthorized copies from being made.
If you press the P.SCAN button by mistake when your TV does not support Progressive mode, you need to release the Progressive mode. To release the Progressive mode, press the P.SCAN button on the front panel 2 times. The screen will recover after the PS LED on the front panel display turns off.
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Setting up the Display(Video) Options
This function allows you to setup the TV screen settings.
This function depends on disc type. It may not work for some disc types.
the DVD Recorder in Stop mode/No Disc 1 With mode, press the MENU button.
TV Aspect Depending on the type of television you have, you may want to adjust the screen setting. (aspect ratio)
No Disc Programme
:4:3 LetterBox 4:3 LetteBox
3D Noise Reduction :4:3 Pan-Scan Off Video Output :16:9 Wide RGB
Setup MOVE OK RETURN EXIT
the 3 Press the OK orbuttons to select Video, then press button.
4:3 LetterBox : Select when you want to see the total 16:9 ratio screen DVD supplies, even though you have a TV with a 4:3 ratio screen. Black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the screen. 4:3 Pan-Scan : Select this for conventional size TV when you want to see the central portion of the 16:9 screen. (Extreme left and right side of movie picture will be cut off.) 16:9 Wide : You can view the full 16:9 picture on your widescreen TV.
3D Noise Reduction (motion adaptive noise reduction)
Press the buttons to select the desired video option, then press the OK or button.
No Disc Programme Setup TV Aspect :4:3 LetterBox 4:3 Letter Box :16:9 Wide RGB
No Disc Programme TV Aspect Setup : 16:9 Wide
3D Noise Reduction :Off Off Video Output :On RGB
3D Noise Reduction :4:3 Pan-Scan Off Video Output
On : Provides a cleaner picture through noise reduction (for recording). Off : Normal
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This setting is used when the DVD Recorder is connected by HDMI or DVI with Display devices (TV, projector, etc).
3D Noise Reduction : Off Video Output : Component
HDMI/DVI Resolution 576p DivX(R) Registration 720p 1080i
Please use the Registration code to register this DVD Recorder with the DivX(R) Video On Demand format. For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod
576p : 720 x 576 720p : 1280 x 720 1080i : 1920 x 1080
Setting up the Parental Control
Chapters will be created automatically when you finalise recording on DVD-R / DVD-RW discs in Video mode with the Chapter Creator has been set to On. The chapters length (interval between chapters) varies according to the recording mode. Simple editing (erasing titles/changing title name)
You cannot record copy protected movie.
This mode allows multiple editing functions (such as deletion of the whole title, partial deletion of a title, etc.) Various editing options using a created Playlist
You can also make your own chapters on DVD+RWs and edit them using the Chapter Edit menu. (see pages 74~75.)
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Concerning Copy Control Signals
TV broadcasts that contain copy control signals may have one of the following three signal types, Copy-Free, Copy-Once and Copy-Never. If you want to record a copy-once type programme, use DVD-RAM/-RW with CPRM in VR Mode.
Signal type Copy-Free Media O DVD-RAM (Ver.2.0)
Checking the available disc space (Disc Information)
When recording on an used disc, make sure that there is enough disc space for recording. With DVD-RAMs or DVDRWs, you can free up disc space by erasing titles.
Copy-Once O* -
DVD+RW DVD+R DVD-RW (Ver.1.1) DVD-RW (Ver.1.1) with CPRM VR mode Video mode DVD-R
Press the INFO button. The display window of disc information appears. Items in the display differ depending on the disc type or recording format.
! # $ % ^ DVD-RW(VR) Disc Name Disc Info Disc @
Total Title 15 Total Playlist 1 Recordable Time 02:12 SP Protection Not Protected Screen PR 11 [DUAL L] JAN SUN 12:00
Once Copy Once has been recorded, recording cannot be done anymore. - Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM) CPRM is a mechanism that ties a recording to the media on which it is recorded. It is supported by some DVD recorders, but not by many DVD players. Each blank recordable DVD has a unique 64-bit media ID etched in the BCA. When protected content is recorded onto the disc, it can be encrypted with a 56-bit C2 (Cryptomeria) cipher derived from the media ID. During playback, the ID is read from the BCA and used to generate a key to decrypt the contents of the disc. If the contents of the disc are copied to other media, the ID will be absent or wrong and the data will not be decryptable.
1. Disc Type 2. Current information display status 3. Disc Name 4. Total Title : Total number of titles 5. Total Playlist : Total number of Playlists 6. Recordable Time : The longest continuous recording time in each of the recording modes(approximate) 7. Date : Current date and time
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the select 4 Presspress buttonstobutton. Delete, then the OK or
You will be prompted with the delete confirm message such as Do you want to delete No.01?.
03 PR 01 SAT 01 PR 01 SUN 01
If there is not enough disc space or a copy prevention signal is received during recording, recording will stop.
Scheduled Record List Current Time 12:27 Start End Speed PDC Edit
SP SP CH CH
No. 14:07 15:07 01
Do you want to delete No.01 ? / / : :
If there is no free disc space or the disc is not recordable, recording will not operate. (You can record after replacing the disc.)
Press the buttons 5 press the OKbutton. to select Yes, then
The selected entry will be deleted from the list.
Watching the Images Being Recorded (Time Slip)
This function allows you to watch the recently recorded 10-second images while a recording is in progress.
Recording the Standard Timer List
When the start time in the Scheduled record list reaches while the set is in power off, the set will be powered on and start the recording automatically.
Press 1 control.the TIME SLIP button on the remote
When the scheduled recording is operating, the programme being recorded will not display on TV.
Press the TV/DVD button if you want to see the programmed being recorded on TV. Press the TV/DVD button again if you dont want to see the programmed being recorded on TV.
The recently recorded 10-second images are played back. This function starts to operate 10 seconds from the time you press the REC button. On the TIME SLIP screen, you can playback, scan, or perform other operations for the recorded program using the playback related buttons. Press the SEARCH( ) button on the remote control.
( ) button ( ) button
Fast 2(X 4) Fast 4(X16) Fast 6(X128) Fast 2(X 4) Fast 4(X16) Fast 6(X128) Fast 3(X 8) Fast 5(X 32) Fast 3(X 8) Fast 5(X 32)
To stop Recording
the 2 Press SLIPSTOP button once to clear the TIME function.
To stop a recording while a TIME SLIP function is in progress, press the STOP button twice.
The Time Slip feature only works with DVD-RAM discs.
When you copy from a camcorder on DVD-RAM discs, this function is not available.
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This section introduces basic functions of playback and playback by disc type.
Read the following information before playing a disc.
Region code (DVD-Video only)
Both the DVD recorder and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in order for the disc to play. If the codes do not match, the disc will not play. The Region Number for this DVD Recorder is described on the rear panel of the DVD Recorder.
Searching through a Chapter or Track
Press MENU 2 the titlethe TITLEthe disc.button to move to menu of
Use this button if the disc contains more than one title. Some type of discs may not support the title menu function.
playback, press the SEARCH 1 During on the remote control. ( button
DVD-VIDEO/ DVD-RW/DVD-R Fast 1 Fast 3 Fast 5 Fast 1 Fast 1 X2 X2 Fast 2 Fast 4 Fast 6 Fast 2 Fast 4 Fast 6 Fast 2 X4 Fast 3 Fast 5 Fast 3 X8
For DVD-RAM/DVDRW/R discs
MPEG4 AUDIO CD (CD-DA)
Press the TITLE LIST button to move to the Title List.
Time Slip (DVD-RAM)
Title List: Title List shows a list to help you select a title. Since the title list consists of the information on video that is actually recorded, if one title is deleted, that title cannot be played again. Playlist: This refers to a unit of playback, which is made by selecting a desired scene in the entire Title List. When one playlist is played, only the scene selected by the user will play and then stop. Since only the information necessary for playing a desired scene is included in a playlist, even if that playlist is deleted, the original recording will not be deleted. (only VR mode)
You can scan the programme in reverse. To return to normal speed playback, press the PLAY button. When you press and hold the SEARCH( ) button, playback is done at the default speed of Fast 2. If you release the SEARCH( ) button, playback is performed at a normal speed. The speed marked in this function may be different from the actual playback speed.
No sound is heard during Scan(Search) mode except Fast 1 mode. You cannot also hear during scanning MPEG4 in all mode. For CD(CD-DA), you can hear sound during Scan mode.
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Skipping Chapters or Tracks
During playback, you can search quickly through a chapter or track. )
playback, press the SKIP 1 During on the remote control. ( button
If you press the SKIP (
2 Press the SUBTITLE or buttons to select the desired subtitle language.
To make the screen disappear, press the CANCEL or RETURN button.
or buttons the desired audio 2 Press the AUDIO language. to select
Press the ANYKEY button during playback.
1 Press the ANYKEY button during playback.
Subtitle Audio Repeat Angle
Press the Subtitle, 2 then press buttons to selectselect the the buttons to desired subtitle language.
the buttons to select Audio, then 2 Press the buttons to select the desired press audio language.
1/2 1/28 00:00:01 ENG ENG Off 1/3 Off D 5.1CH
Chapter Time Subtitle Audio
Repeat Angle Zoom
The subtitle display may be different depending on the disc type. If the subtitles overlap, disable the caption function on your TV. Some discs allow you to select the language for the disc menu only.
Audio languages may be different depending on the disc type. Some discs allow you to select the audio language for the disc menu only.
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Changing the Camera Angle
When a DVD-VIDEO contains multiple angles of a particular scene, you can select the Angle function. This is only available during playback. If the disc contains multiple angles, the ANGLE mark appears on the screen.
1 Press the ANYKEY button during playback or pause.
the buttons 2 Press the OK button. ( to)select Zoom, then press will be displayed.
the buttons to 2 Press the angle.number select Angle, then press or buttons to select the desired
the 3 Pressyou want buttons to move to the area to enlarge. The screen enlarged twice the 4 Press thetoOK button. normal size.will be
This function is disc-dependent, may not work on all DVDs. This function does not work when a DVD has not been recorded with a multicamera angle system.
If you press the OK button again after the screen was enlarged to twice the normal size, the screen size will be enlarged to four times the normal size.
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Programme Photo Music Setup
Press the buttons to select 2 Navigation, and then press the Discor OK button.
CD Disc Navigation Disc Navigation
1. Play mode icon 2. Current track (song) 3. Displays the current track(song) information. 4. Shows the operating state of a disc and a playback time corresponding to a portion that is currently played. 5. Displays the information for the folder and its tracks. 6. Button display.
Press the 3 press the OK orbuttons to select Music, then button.
SONG01 No. Title ROOT SONG01 SONG02 SONG03 SONG04 SONG05 SONG06 OK RETURN EXIT Music List 01/13
The MP3 menu appears and the tracks(songs) are played automatically.
the buttons to select the 4 Pressbutton.want to hear, then press trackOK (song) you the or
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Buttons on the Remote Control used for MP3 playback
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Press the REPEAT button during playback.
The Track repeat mode icon ( ) appears and the selected track is played repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button once more to play the disc repeatedly.
The Disc repeat mode icon ( ) appears and the inserted disc is played repeatedly. For MP3 disc, the Folder repeat mode icon( ) appears and all tracks in the current folder are played repeatedly. Pressing the REPEAT button once more changes the mode to the Disc repeat mode.
1. : Selects a track (song). 2. : Plays the selected track (song). 3. OK button: Plays back the selected track (song) or displays the files in the selected folder. 4. RETURN button: Moves to the folder to which the current song belongs. 5. SKIP( ) button: Plays the next track. 6. SKIP( ) button: Returns to the beginning of the current track when pressed while playing. If pressed again, your DVD recorder moves to and plays the previous track. If you press the this button within three seconds, the previous track will be played. If you press the this button after three seconds, the current track will be replayed from the beginning. 7. STOP button: Stops a track(song). 8. PLAY/PAUSE button: Plays a track(song) or pauses playback. 9. ANYKEY button: Selects the sub menu on screen display (Repeat or Play Option).
To return to normal playback
Press the REPEAT button repeatedly until the repeat mode icon disappears, or press the CANCEL button.
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Play Option Mode Using the ANYKEY button
The Play Option can be used with an audio CD or MP3 in Stop mode.
The PLAY MODE window appears.
TRACK 1 No. Title 001 TRACK 1 PLAY MODE 002 TRACK 2 Repeat : Off 003 TRACK 3 Play option : Normal 004 TRACK TRACK TRACK TRACK 7 MOVE OK Music List 01/15 Length 0:03:50 0:04:00 0:03:49 0:03:47 0:04:29 0:03:44 0:03:44 EXIT
Change OK RETURN
The image and ending point time are displayed in the End window.
Press the buttons 8 press the OKbutton. to select Change, then
DVD-Recorder DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 2/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify 01 00:00:00:00:00:00:04 Move Add
Press the buttons to select Modify, then press the OK button.
The Modify Scene screen is displayed.
DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 002 Start End Modify Scene
Title List : 5/6
The scene you want to modify is changed with the selected section.
6 Press the OK button at the start point of the scene.
DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 002 Start End Modify Scene Title List : 5/6
The image and starting point time are displayed on the Start window. Select the starting or ending point of the section you want to modify using the playback related buttons ( , , , , , , ).
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Moving a Scene (Changing the Position of a Scene)
You cannot move the selected scene to the position of the next scene, because the selected scene should be inserted before that position, which requires no action. Depending on the kind of disc, the displayed screen may have a slight difference.
Press the buttons to select the scene you want to move (change the position), then press the OK button.
DVD-Recorder DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 3/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify 01 00:00:00:00:00:00:04 Move Add 04 00:00:03 MOVE 05 00:00:11 OK 06 00:00:04 RETURN Delete EXIT
Adding a Scene
to select the 4 Press thethen pressbuttonsscene inserted scene that will have a new before it, the OK button.
A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to be added as the new scene.
the buttons 5 Press the OK button. to select Move, then press
DVD-Recorder DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 4/7
Press the buttons 5 press the OK button. to select Add, then
DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 004 Start End Add Scene
A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to be moved.
to select the 6 Press thescene,thenbuttonsto move button. position to which you want the selected press the OK
DVD-Recorder DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 6/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify 01 00:00:00:00:00:00:04 Move Add 04 00:00:03 MOVE 05 00:00:11 OK 06 00:00:04 RETURN Delete EXIT
Title List : 4/6
Add OK RETURN
6 Press the OK button at the starting point of the scene.
DVD-RW(VR) Add Scene Scene No. 004 Start End Title List : 4/6
The selected scene is moved to the selected position.
Start DVD-Recorder DVD-RW(VR) Scene No. 5/7 Edit Scene Playlist No. 3 Play Modify 01 00:00:00:00:00:00:03 Move Add 04 00:00:11 MOVE 05 00:00:04 OK 06 00:00:04 RETURN Delete EXIT
7 Scene APR/23/2006 06:43 MOVE OK
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You can create up to 999 scenes on one disc. In some cases, this may be different from the actual numbers. Press the MENU button after the operation has finished. The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.
Press the 3 then press buttons to select Delete, the OK button.
DVD-RW(VR) Dolphin No. 05 Title Science Sky Dolphin Natural Dolphin Edit Playlist 5/5 Length Edit 00:00:17 Play 00:00:06 00:00:06 Rename 00:00:37 Edit Scene Copy00:00:06 Delete
Dolphin 7 Scene
APR/23/2006 06:43 MOVE OK RETURN
Deleting a Playlist Entry from the Playlist
Using the PLAYLIST button
You will be prompted with the delete confirmation message Do you want to delete?.
Edit Playlist 5/5
DVD-RW(VR) Science No. 05 Title Science Sky Dolphin Natural Dolphin Edit Playlist 1/5 Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37 00:00:06
APR/23/2006 06:43 MOVE OK RETURN EXIT
Science 1 Scene
the buttons 4 Press the OKbutton. to select Yes, then press
It automatically returned to the Edit Playlist screen after the delete operation has finished.
Deleting. (Please wait)
buttons the 2 Presstothe from theto select thentitle you want delete Playlist, press the OK or button.
DVD-RW(VR) Natural No. 03 04
Natural 1 Scene
Edit Playlist 4/4 Title Science Sky Dolphin Natural Length Edit 00:00:17 00:00:06 00:00:06 00:00:37
APR/23/2006 06:43 DVD-RW(VR) Dolphin Edit Playlist 5/5 No. 05 Title Science Sky Dolphin Natural Dolphin Length Edit 00:00:17 Play 00:00:06 00:00:06 Rename 00:00:37 Edit Scene Copy00:00:06 Delete RETURN EXIT
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DVD-RW(VR) Disc Rename
Editing the Disc Name
Follow these instructions to give a name to a disc.
Back Space MOVE OK Save Space Delete RETURN Clear EXIT
This function is the same as the Rename function in renaming the title list. (See page 70.) The maximum number of characters that can be entered is 31. All 31 characters can be displayed by pressing the INFO button.
Press the buttons 5 then press button. to select Save, the OK
A disc name is given to the disc.
DVD-RW(VR) Title List Playlist Disc Manager Disc Name : Disc Disc Protection : Not Protected Disc Format Disc Finalise Delete All Title Lists : DVD-VR
If you select Yes using the buttons and press the OK button, you will be prompted with the confirmation message All data will be deleted. Do you want to continue?.
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DVD-RW You will be prompted with the confirmation message Choose the recording format for DVD-RW.
DVD-RW(VR) Title List Playlist Disc Name : Disc Protection : Not Protected
DVD-RW(VR) Disc Manager
Title List Playlist
Disc Name : Disc Protection : Not Protected : DVD-VR
Disc Manager Disc Format Programme Setup Disc Finalise
Choose the Format : DVD-VR Disc Manager Discrecording format for DVD-RW Disc Finalize Programme Delete All Title Lists DVD-VR DVD-V Setup
Delete All Title Lists
Press the buttons to select desired mode, then press the OK button.
Press the select Delete All 3 Title Lists, button tothe OK or button. then press
You will be prompted again with the message All data will be deleted. Do you want to continue?.
DVD-RW(VR) Title List Playlist Disc Manager Programme Setup Disc Name : Disc Protection : Not Protected All Format DVD-VR Disc data will :be deleted. Do you want to continue? Disc Finalize Delete All Title Lists Yes No
You will be prompted with the confirmation message Do you want to delete all title lists?.
Press the buttons to select Yes, then press the OK button. The disc is formatted.
DVD-VR DISC DVD-RW DVD-V DVD-RW DVD-R
Do Disc Format : DVD-VR Disc Manager you want to delete all title lists? Programme Setup Disc Finalize Delete All Title Lists Yes No
DVD-VR and DVD-V are defined according to their recording format.
When Protected Entry exists: The Delete All Title List function will not operate. If there is a title containing a still picture, however, that function will not operate. If you want to delete a protected entry, disable Protect for it on the Lock item.
Press the buttons 4 press the OKbutton. to select Yes, then
All title lists are deleted.
press the MENU button. 1 With the DVD Recorder in Stop mode,
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No HDMI output.
Checkpoint 1 Checkpoint 4
Check whether the disc is inserted correctly with the label facing up.
Check the Video output is HDMI enabled. Check the connection between the TV and the HDMI jack of the DVD Recorder. See if your TV supports this 576p/720p/1080i DVD Recorder.
No audio output.
Check whether you have selected the correct digital output options in the Audio Output Options menu. (See page 33.)
Abnormal HDMI output screen.
If snow noise appears on the screen, it means that TV does not support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).
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HDMI output Jitter
I forgot my password for parental supervision.
Check your TV system setup correctly. Screen Jitter may occur when the frame rate is converted from 50Hz to 60Hz for 720p/1080i HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) Output. Please refer to the users manual of your TV.
Press and hold down the PROG ( ) buttons on the front panel of the DVD Recorder simultaneously for more than 5 seconds with no disc in the DVD Recorder. All settings including the password will revert to the factory settings. Do not use this unless absolutely necessary. (Note that this function is possible only when no disc is inserted.)
Remote Control Unit
Is it possible to change a subtitle and an audio signal on a recorded disc?
The remote control doesn't work.
A recorded disc is played with only the subtitle and the audio signal which were selected during recording.
Point the remote control at the remote control sensor on your DVD recorder. Allow for proper distance. Remove obstacles between your DVD recorder and the remote control. Check whether the batteries are empty. Check for the TV/DVD selection button. Read the table of contents and then find and read the section describing your problem, follow the instructions given. Turn your DVD recorder off and on. If the problem still persists, contact a nearby Samsung service centre. Other problems.
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Power requirements Power consumption General Weight Dimensions Operating temp. Other conditions Video Audio Input DV Input Receivable Channels Scart Jack AV2 (Scart Ext) Audio
AC 220-240V, 50Hz 21 Watts 2,6 kg 430mm(W) x 240mm(D) x 49mm(H) +5C to +35C Keep level when operating. Less than 75% operating humidity Composite Video : 1,0 V p-p at 75 load, sync negative Max.Audio Input Level : 2Vrms IEEE 1394(4p) compatible jack PAL, I Video : Composite, RGB Audio: analogue Analogue output jacks x 2 Optical/Coaxial digital audio output Composite Video : Video output jack x 1
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