Sony VRD-MC10 Manual
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Easily transfer your digital photos and videos to DVD with the VRD-MC10 DVDirect multi-function DVD recorder. Compatible with virtually any camcorder, VCR and DVR, this device records standard definition or high definition AVCHD DVD discs that you can playback in your compatible DVD or Blu-ray Disc player. The VRD-MC10 incorporates memory card slots for popular camera memory cards and will directly record images from the memory card to DVD. You can also preview video and digital photos on the bu... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony VRD-MC10 photo ]
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If you display a still image on a plasma or projection TV screen (except those of LCD screen types) for an extended period of time, "ghosting" after-image lag may occur. Static, non-moving images permanently on the TV screen if left on for an extended time.
Table of Contents
Copying From a Camera Selecting copy mode
Find a type of copy mode.8 Type of copy modeA Record HD (High Definition) video as is...10 Type of copy modeB Record HD (High Definition) video taken by another digital video camera as is.12 Type of copy modeC Down-convert videos to SD (Standard Definition) quality..14 Type of copy modeD Record SD (Standard Definition) video as is...16 Type of copy modeE Connect other video device and record SD (Standard Definition) video.18 Recording photos from memory card.18 Copying All Contents.. 38 Copying All Contents (from an 8cm disc).. 40 Copying Only New Video/Photo. 41 Copying Playlist. 43 Copying Visual Index Lists.. 45 Copying Manually.. 47 One Touch Disc Burn.. 49
Copying From Video Devices
Copying All Contents (from a DV tape).. 51 Copying All Contents (Photo). 52 Copying Manually.. 53 Copying Visual Index Lists (Photo). 55
About this manual..20 Features..22
Recording HD (High Definition) video... 22 Recording SD (Standard Definition) video... 22 Recording photos.. 22 Viewing a created disc.. 22 Before you begin.. 23
Viewing a Created Disc
Connecting to a TV. 57 Viewing Videos.. 60
Viewing on a TV.. 60 Viewing on the DVDirect. 61 Playing videos with the Disc Index function.. 62 Operation with remote control.. 62
Viewing Photos.. 63
Viewing on a TV.. 63 Viewing on the DVDirect. 64 Playing a photo slideshow. 64 Operation with remote control.. 65
Package Contents..25 Parts and Controls..26
Main unit.. 26 Remote control.. 28
Using the Setup Menu. 66
Rec Quality (REC mode).. 66 Auto Stop Timer.. 66 Auto Chapter... 66 Auto Finalizing..67 Disc Menu.. 67 Slideshow Music.67 Finalize disc.. 68 Erase disc... 68 COMPONENT Settings. 68
Preparations for Recording
Turning the Power On..29 Inserting a Disc..30 Connecting Cables for Recording..31
USB cable.. 31 DV (i.LINK) cable.. 33 Audio/video cable (AV cable).. 34 Memory Card.. 37
HDMI Settings..69 System Info..69 Demo...69 TV Type..70 Language...70
Troubleshooting. 71 Supported Discs and Memory Cards. 73 Recording Time and Video Lengths.. 76 About Created Discs.. 78
Precautions.. 80 Specifications.. 81 Index... 83
Selecting a copy mode
Find a type of copy mode
Depending on your video device or the type of disc you are creating, you can select the copy mode and device connection that best serves your needs.
Select the copy mode and create a disc!
One Touch Disc Burn
Press the button on camera
Copying All Contents
The entire contents of camera
Copying Only New Video/ Photo
Copying Visual Index Lists
Select by a scene/ shooting date
Playlist contents on Only the new contents of camera camera
*2 You cannot record photos. Copying Playlist is possible only with cameras that can create a playlist. *3 Built-in memory of HYBRID Plus Handycam cannot be recorded by One Touch Disc Burn. *4 Recording possible only when connected to a camera via USB cable. Only some models support One Touch Disc Burn.
You cannot record HD (High Definition) video taken in REC mode at a bit rate exceeding 18Mbps, such as in [HD FX] mode (for example, High Definition Handycam) in AVCHD format. In this case, you can record by down-converting to SD (Standard Definition) quality. See Type of copy mode C (page 14.)
Record HD (High Definition) video taken by another digital video camera* as is
* Not all camera operations are supported.
You cannot record by connecting a camera via a USB cable.
Use a cameras function and copy videos and photos to memory card*
Insert a memory card into the slot
b page 37
DV tape (HDV format)
* For details, refer to your cameras operating instructions.
Select by a scene/shooting date
You cannot record HD (High Definition) video taken in REC mode at a bit rate exceeding 18Mbps, such as in [HD FX] mode (for example, High Definition Handycam) in AVCHD format. In this case, you can record by down-converting to SD (Standard Definition) quality. See Type of copy mode C (page 14.) You cannot record by connecting an other camera via a USB cable.
Down-convert videos to SD (Standard Definition) quality
You cannot record photos.
Use an AV cable
b page 34
b page 34 Use an AV cable
You can archive photos from a memory card, or a connected Sony camera directly onto a disc. When you use a camera or memory card containing videos and photos, you can archive both videos and photos on the same disc.
Viewing a created disc
You can use the DVDirect to play back and check a created video/photo disc. Simply view it in the display window of the DVDirect, or connect the DVDirect to a TV. The DVDirect can also play back photos as a slideshow. When connecting a High Definition TV to the DVDirect with an HDMI cable, you can view HD (High Definition) videos in their original High Definition image quality.
Before you begin
Notes on the supported device and the image
The DVDirect supports the following copying. HD (High Definition) video - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by a Sony digital video camera - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by a Sony digital still camera - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by an other digital video camera*1 SD (Standard Definition) video - Standard Definition video taken by a Sony digital video camera - video of various video devices (video device with audio/video output) Photos - photos (JPEG format) taken by a digital video camera - photos (JPEG format) taken by a digital still camera
*1 See the following web site for details on supported camera models (English only): http://sony.storagesupport.com
The ability to copy depends on your device, recording media, type of video/photos or disc type you are creating. For details, see page 8 and select the corresponding connection and operation.
Notes on copying on discs
You cannot copy: - videos with copy-protection signals (commercial DVDs, VHS software, some programs from satellite or CATV receivers, etc.). - videos to a disc (unfinalized) created with device other than the DVDirect. You cannot record video unsupported by DVDirect via USB or a memory card inserted into the DVDirects slot (for example, MPEG1 or MPEG4, other than AVCHD, etc. taken with a mobile phone or web-camcorder). You can record video using A/V cable. Videos will be recorded in SD (Standard Definition) quality, because HD (High Definition) is unavailable when recording: - HD videos recorded in REC mode at a bit rate exceeding 18Mbps, such as in [HD FX] mode (for example, High Definition Handycam) in AVCHD format. - HD videos recorded on a DV tape using Sony High Definition Handycam (HDV format). - HD videos recorded with an HD (High Definition) compatible camera other than AVCHD format. If you erase or edit a video on a camera with a computer or Playstation 3, you may not be able to copy videos properly by connecting the camera to the DVDirect. Use the camera to erase or edit video.
3 Make sure that the type of Playlist
images you wish to copy is marked. Press V or v to select a Playlist to copy. Pressing the ENTER button toggles the selection between marked and unmarked.
Marked video to copy
screen appears. Copying From a Camera When the DVDirect detects signals from a camera connecting to the USB port or memory card inserted into the slot, the copy mode select screen appears.
2 Press V or v to select [Playlist] and
If you do not need to select the type of images, simply select [Playlist] and press the (record) button to start recording. Go straight to step 5.
You can record images selected by viewing thumbnails. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect cables for recording (page 31). If both [HD Video] and [SD Video] types are selected for recording: HD (High Definition) and SD (Standard Definition) videos are recorded onto separate discs. For details, see Notes on copying multiple types of image on page 23.
4 Make sure that the shooting date
folders of the images you wish to copy are marked. Press V or v to select a shooting date folder. Pressing the ENTER button toggles the selection between marked and unmarked. To record all videos/photos taken on a particular shooting date, select (mark) the shooting date folder and press the (record) button to start recording. Go straight to step 9.
Quality of image currently selected
2 Press V or v to select [Visual Index]
and press b.
3 Press V or v to select the type of
images you wish to copy and press b.
Unmark the contents type for easier navigation when: you have only a few videos/photos to select, or you have types of images that you do not wish to record.
Shooting date Number of selected images in same shooting date
5 Press V or v to select a shooting date
folder and press b.
6 Press V or v to select a video or photo
you wish to copy and press the ENTER button to mark.
Shooting time (not length of recording time)
9 Change to a blank disc when the
When selecting a photo, the selected photo appears with one press of the b button. The photo can be rotated 90 degrees clockwise with each subsequent press of the b button.
7 To select a video or photo stored in a
different shooting date folder, press B and repeat steps 5 and 6. To select different types of image, press B repeatedly.
8 Press the
10 Remove the created disc.
If [Auto Finalizing] is set to [ON], the disc will be finalized automatically when recording is complete (page 67). The DVDirect starts the recording process. The (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window.
This mode allows you to record video on the DVDirect while controlling playback manually on the connected camera. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect an audio/video cable (AV cable) for recording (page 34).
For copying from a DV tape, follow the instructions in Copying Manually of Copying From Video Devices (page 53).
3 Operate your camera to start video
playback, and press the button of the DVDirect. (record)
When the prompt message [Format disc to record SD video?] appears after inserting a blank disc, select [Yes]. Formatting a disc may take several seconds to complete. You cannot record HD (High Definition) videos onto the formatted disc under this message.
The message [Recording] appears in the display window, and the (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window.
1 Press the ENTER button on the Top
2 Select the input ([S-VIDEO] or [VIDEO])
connected to the camera in [Select input]. To pause recording Press the (record) button during recording. To resume recording, press the (record) button again.
recording. The connected camera image appears.
(stop) button to stop
5 To record an additional video, repeat
steps 3 and 4.
6 Press the Z (eject) button to eject the
disc when recording is complete.
7 To finalize the disc, press V or v to
select [Yes] and press the ENTER button. If you select [No] and press b, disc will be ejected without being finalized. You can skip step 8.
To finalize a disc means to make the disc playable on other DVD devices. For details about finalizing, refer to [Auto Finalizing] or [Finalize disc] on page 67.
8 Press V or v to select [OK] and press
photos, press V or v to select [Video] and press b.
Note on playback display
If you press the DISPLAY button on the remote during playback, the following playback information appears. When the DISPLAY button is pressed again, the information is not shown.
Chapter or scene number (Current number/total number) Title number (Current number/total number)
Playback starts automatically when an unfinalized disc is inserted. When playing back a finalized disc, go to step 8.
8 Press V/v/B/b to select the title you
want to view, and press the (playback) button.
For details on chapter, scene, or title number, refer to About Created Discs on page 78.
When you connect the DVDirect to High Definition TV and playback HD (High Definition) disc, scene number and title number appear on the bottom of display.
Title 5 12.24.2007
Title 6 3.20.2008
Title 7 3.22.2008
Title 8 4.29.2008
Viewing on the DVDirect
Example: Disc Menu of SD (Standard Definition) disc (page 78)
1 Turn on the DVDirect and insert a disc
created with the DVDirect.
The DVDirect starts playback.
2 Press the
To stop playback
Press the (stop) button. When you press the (play) button again, the DVDirect starts playback from the point when you pressed the (stop) button. To play from the beginning of the disc, reinsert the disc and press the (play) button.
If you play the finalized disc, you can display the Disc Menu and play from the beginning of the selected title (pages 62 and 78).
3 Follow steps 7 to 8 of Viewing on a
TV (page 60).
Playing videos with the Disc Index function
You can play back sequentially the first 10 seconds of each scene of an HD (High Definition) video, from its beginning. Select [Disc Index] on the Disc Menu of HD (High Definition) disc displayed in step 8 of Viewing on a TV.
The selected photo is displayed on the display window of the DVDirect. Press V or v to display the next or the previous photo.
Shooting date Photo number (Current number/total number)
: Playing slideshow X: Displaying photo
Progress bar for playback
DISPLAY >. PLAY ( )* STOP ( )* v/V (V/v)* B (b)* b (B)* RETURN*
Display info Display the next photo Display the previous photo Play the slideshow Stop display (return to the Top screen or video/photo selection screen) Display the next or the previous photo
Rotate the photo 90 degrees clockwise Display the photo list Display the photo list
Display info Continue to display the photo playback (play the slideshow again by pressing the PLAY button) Stop display (return to the Top screen or video/photo selection screen) Display the photo lists
STOP ( )* RETURN*
* The VRD-MC10 has an equivalent button for this operation.
Using the Setup Menu
You can change the various settings for creating discs in the Setup Menu screen.
Disc recording capacity depends on the REC mode (page 77).
1 Turn on the DVDirect and press the
Auto Stop Timer
Select the preset time used to stop recording automatically when recording in the SD (Standard Definition) quality. Auto Stop Timer is available when you use an audio/video cable, an AV cable or an S-video cable to connect your video device. c OFF
Recording does not stop automatically.
30 minutes - 4 hours
2 Press V or v to select a menu item, and
Recording automatically stops when the preset time has passed after recording starts. Select 30 min, 60 min, 90 min, 2h, 3h, or 4h. b Note
The Auto Stop Timer setting is canceled when: the recording is completed, the (stop) button is pressed during recording, or the power is turned off.
c indicates the default settings. Specify the time interval at which chapters are created automatically on an SD (Standard Definition) disc. Auto Chapter is available when you use an audio/ video cable, an AV cable, an S-video cable or a DV (i.LINK) cable to connect your video device. OFF
No chapters are inserted.
Rec Quality (REC mode)
Select the recording quality for recording in SD (Standard Definition) quality. These options are available when you use an audio/video cable, an AV cable, an S-video cable or a DV (i.LINK) cable to connect your video device. c HQ
Highest image quality
c 5 min
Inserts chapters at approximately 5-minute intervals.
Inserts chapters at approximately 10-minute intervals.
High image quality
Inserts chapters at approximately 15-minute intervals.
Standard image quality
Low image quality. You can record more videos on a disc.
Specify whether or not to finalize the disc automatically when recording is completed. This allows immediate playback on DVD players. c ON
The disc will be finalized automatically when recording is completed. You can play back the finalized disc on other playback devices.
You can import your favorite music for Slideshow Music (background music). 1 Insert a CD of your favorite music, press V or v to select [Slideshow Music], and press the ENTER button.
The disc will not be finalized when recording is completed. You can add videos and/or photos onto the same disc later. b Notes
To playback the recorded disc on other playback devices, you need to finalize it with the DVDirect. You cannot add videos and/or photos to a finalized disc. When copying all contents or selecting the another copy mode requires more than one disc, the recorded discs will be finalized once full, regardless of the Auto Finalize setting. Only the last disc will remain unfinalized. When you copy both SD (Standard Definition) and HD (High Definition) videos at one time, the recorded discs will be finalized once full, regardless of the Auto Finalize setting. Only the last disc of all HD (High Definition) and SD (Standard Definition) discs will remain unfinalized. If recorded onto only one disc or for the last disc, you can select whether or not to finalize the disc when prompted after recording is completed. The disc will not be finalized in the Manual copy mode, even though [Auto Finalizing] is set to [ON].
2 Press V or v to select track number, and press the (record) button. Setup
The DVDirect starts importing the music, and the message [Importing music ] appears in the display window. When the message [Complete] appears, importing has completed. z Hint
When connecting the audio device with AUDIO IN connectors to the DVDirects AUDIO OUT connectors, you can play back the music by selecting a track number.
Select a background image (A - D) to apply to the Disc Menu screen for the discs created with the DVDirect. The background image is set to [A] by default.
cannot be copied.
Playback on a TV
The DVDirect is connected to a TV, but there is no sound or image.
Using your TVs menu, specify the input type in use to connect the DVDirect. Press the OUTPUT button of the DVDirect and select the output type in use to connect to your TV. Make sure that the LED for the correct output type is lit (page 27).
Connection and operation
The camera is connected with a USB cable, but the DVDirect does not work.
Make sure that your Sony camera is supported by the DVDirect. Make sure that the camera is configured for USB connection correctly and the USB cable is connected properly to the camera (page 31). Disconnect the USB cable from the DVDirect. Turn both the camera and the DVDirect off, then on again.
The aspect ratio of an image played on a TV connected to the DVDirect differs from the aspect ratio of the recorded image.
Make sure that the TV type setting on the DVDirect (page 70) corresponds with your TV. Change the aspect ratio of your TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions for your TV.
The camera is connected with a DV (i.LINK) cable, but the DVDirect does not work.
Make sure that the camera is set to the PLAY/ EDIT mode. If it is in the CAMERA mode, you cannot copy videos with the DVDirect (page 33). Disconnect the DV (i.LINK) cable from the DVDirect. Turn both the camera and the DVDirect off, then on again.
Other video devices do not playback the created SD (Standard Definition) disc.
The disc may not be finalized. Use the DVDirect and finalize the disc first (page 68).
Some video devices may not work properly for the created discs type. Your video device may not support the disc type (e.g., DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL). Check if your video device supports the disc type.
No recordable content found.
The camera or memory card has no video or photo to record. One or more videos in the Playlist created on the camera are missing (for copying Playlist only). The camera or memory card has no new video or photo to record (for copying new images only). A correct storage media is not selected on the USB SELECT screen after the camera is connected.
Other video devices do not playback the created HD (High Definition) disc.
A generic DVD player cannot playback HD (High Definition) discs. You need an AVCHDcompatible player (e.g., Blu-ray Disc player/ recorder) to playback HD discs (page 24).
Other video devices do not playback the created photo disc.
You need a video device capable of playing JPEG files. Some devices have different playback operation for JPEG files and videos. For details, refer to the operating instructions for your device.
No recordable content found for One Touch Disc Burn.
The camera or memory card has no new video or photo to record in the One Touch Disc Burn mode.
Cannot copy to this disc. Insert a new disc.
You cannot add an HD (High Definition) video to a disc that contains a SD (Standard Definition) video. You cannot add an SD (Standard Definition) video to a disc that contains a HD (High Definition) video.
You cannot select OUTPUT during this operation.
You cannot display images via external outputs during recording or when using the Setup Menu.
Unknown USB device found. Check the connected device.
An unsupported USB device is connected to the USB port of the DVDirect. The camcorder is supported by the DVDirect, but the USB connection or setting on the connected camera may not be correct.
This disc cannot be played by this recorder.
The DVDirect does not support playback of commercial DVDs or discs recorded on other video devices.
Too many photos. Will import maximum number of allowable photos only.
If too many photos are saved into the camera or memory card, the DVDirect is copying the number of photos available.
Insert a recordable disc supported by this recorder.
An incompatible disc is inserted. Insert a disc compatible with the DVDirect. DVD-RW or DVD+RW discs recorded on other video devices are not supported. Use [Erase disc] and erase videos or photos recorded on a disc. The erased disc is reusable as a blank disc (page 68).
XX/YY videos are not recordable. Continue copying?
HD (High Definition) video taken in REC mode at a bit rate exceeding 18Mbps, such as in [HD FX] mode (for example, High Definition Handycam) is contained in a camera or memory card. Such video does not comply with AVCHD format. Select [Yes] to record other than the above condition videos. (XX/YY: number of unrecordable videos/total number of videos)
The disc is finalized. Cannot record.
The disc has already been finalized. You cannot use a finalized disc to record videos and/or photos.
Supported Discs and Memory Cards
The following writable discs are compatible with the DVDirect. However, not all disc operations are supported. Disc type
Copying with DVDirect
Up to 16x
DVD+R DL (Double layer)
Up to 8x
DVD+RW High speed
DVD-R DL (Double layer)
Up to 6x
The DVDirect supports both CPRM and non-CPRM discs.
Blu-ray disc, DVD-R DL (Double layer), CD-R, CD-RW and 8cm disc are not supported.
Notes on using discs
You cannot add recordings to a disc created on a PC or other DVD device. The quality of commercially made recordable discs can vary. Sub-standard discs may not record normally. Some recorded discs cannot be played on playback devices due to the recording quality or physical condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the playback device and playback software. The disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized.
The DVDirect supports the following types of Memory Stick. However, proper operation is not guaranteed for all Memory Stick products. Memory Stick type
Memory Stick Memory Stick (MagicGate/High-speed data transfer compatible) Memory Stick Duo Memory Stick Duo (MagicGate/High-speed data transfer compatible) MagicGate Memory Stick MagicGate Memory Stick Duo Memory Stick PRO Memory Stick PRO Duo Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
Read a a*1 a a*1 a*1 a*1 a*1 a*1*2 a*1
*1 Reading of data that requires MagicGate functions cannot be performed with the DVDirect. *2 Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo or Sony Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo operation is supported, up to 32 Gbytes. The memory card slot of the DVDirect does not support capacities exceeding 32 Gbytes. Even if you insert such a card into the cameras memory card slot and connect the camera to the DVDirect with the USB cable, recording will not be available (as of January 2010).
Notes on using Memory Stick
If you slide the write-protect switch to LOCK with a fine-tipped object, you cannot record, edit, or delete images.
Terminal Write enable position Write protect position
Insert a Memory Stick into the Multi memory card slot, and insert a Memory Stick Duo into the Memory Stick Duo slot. When inserting a Memory Stick Duo with an adapter into the Multi memory card slot, the DVDirect may not work properly. Not all memory card operations are supported with card adapters. Use your camera to format the Memory Stick. When formatted on a computer, Memory Stick may not work properly. The position and shape of the write-protect switch may differ depending on the Memory Stick you use. Do not remove the Memory Stick while recording or when the Memory card access LED is on. Data may be corrupted if: - the Memory Stick is removed or the DVDirect is turned off while reading data, or - the Memory Stick is used in locations subject to static electricity or electrical noise.
Handling an HDMI cable
Position the HDMI cable correctly when connecting it to the HDMI connector. Be sure to insert the HDMI cable until it hits the positive stop. When carrying the DVDirect, or if it is to be shipped, remove the HDMI cable beforehand.
Do not affix labels on discs.
Do not store discs in dusty or humid locations, in direct sunlight, or near heat generating devices. To protect important data, always keep discs in their cases.
Standard Definition (SD) disc (DVD-VIDEO format)*1 High Definition (HD) disc (AVCHD format)*1 Photodisc (JPEG files)
*1 You can record both videos and photos onto these discs.
Discs created with VRD-MC10 (Other commercial or recorded discs are not supported.)
DVDirects built-in LCD display or display devices connected to the VIDEO OUT of the DVDirect (for playback only)
DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R DL 12cm discs
4-pin i.LINK (IEEE1394)
*1 For DV input from DV digital video camera only. You cannot record videos from MICROMV or HDV camcorders (HDV format) and other digital video devices that have the i.LINK connector.
Supported input devices (Video recording)
Sony digital camcorder - HDD - Built-in memory - Memory card - 8cm disc - DV/D8 tape Sony digital still camera - Built-in memory - Memory card Other digital camcorder - Memory card - DV tape Video devices with video/audio outputs
1 Vp-p/75 ohms
Additional Information 4-pin mini-DIN Y: 1 Vp-p/75 ohms C: 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms
Supported input devices (Photo recording)
Sony digital camcorder - HDD - Built-in memory - Memory card - 8cm disc Sony digital still camera - Built-in memory - Memory card Other digital camcorder - Memory card
2 Vrms (Impedance more than 47 kilohms)
*2 For Sony camera connection only.
Y: 1 Vp-p/75 ohms PB: 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms PR: 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms
Supported photo format*2
JPEG, DCF2.0 compliant
*2 The following JPEG file is supported. Number of pixels: up to 81928192 File size: up to 7.2 MB
2 Vrms (Load impedance more than 10 kilohms)
Type A (19-pin)
Memory Card Slot
Memory Stick Duo Memory Stick* SD Memory Card* xD-Picture Card* CompactFlash
* Multi card slot
DC 16V (supplied from the DC IN jack)
Type: AC-NB16A Input: AC 100 V - 240 V Output: DC 16 V/4A
*1 Use an AC power cord appropriate for the region or country of use.
Approx. 230 mm (WHD)
Approx. 1.75 kg
5 C to 35 C Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Viewing a created disc.. 22 Connecting to a TV. 57 Photos.. 63 slideshow.. 64 Videos.. 60 Visual Index.45 55
, , Audio/video cable..34, 59
All.. 51 Auto Chapter.. 66 Auto Finalizing.. 67 Auto Stop Timer.. 66
, Memory Card..37, 73 Memory Stick.37, 74 Memory Stick Duo..37, 74
CompactFlash..COMPONENT Settings. 68 Component video cable. 58
New Video/Photo copying from a Handycam.. 41
One Touch Disc Burn. 49
xD-Picture Card.37 75
Demo.. 69 Disc Erase. 68 Finalize.. 68 Inserting a disc.. 30 Recordable time. 77 Supported discs. 73 Time required for recording.. 76 Disc Menu.. 67 DV (i.LINK) cable. 33
Photo.. 55 Playlist.. 43 copying from a Handycam.. 43
Rec Quality (REC mode). 66 Remote control.. 28 Reset System.. 69
Handycam.. 21 HD (High Definition) discs..77 79
SD (Standard Definition) discs..SD Card.Setup Menu.. 66 S-video cable.. 35 System Info.. 69
HDMI cable.. 58 HDMI Settings.. 69
Top screen.. 29 TV Type.. 70
USB cable.. 31
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VRD-MC10 About Recommended Discs and Compatibility
May 20, 2009 This page contains information about the types of writable disc that can be used with VRD-MC10
Recommended Discs and Compatibility The rewritable VRD-MC10 is designed for best performance with discs produced by major disc manufacturers. In most cases, there is no problem as long as you use discs conform to the industry standard. However, some discs on the market do not meet the recognized quality and performance standards. With VRD-MC10, we recommend the disc manufacturers and discs below. Furthermore, it is recommended to upgrade your drive with the latest firmware available at user support web site.
The writing performance and reading ability of all discs cannot be guaranteed.
VRD-MC10 Recommended Media List Disc manufacturers and discs certified for operation with VRD-MC10 are: (As of May 20, 2009) DVD+R Maker Sony TY MKM TY MKM Ritek Media ID SONY(D21) TY(T03) MCC(004) TY(02) MCC(003) Ritek(R03)
DVD+R 16x DVD+R 8x
DVD+R DL DVD+R DL Maker Media ID
8x DVD+R DL 2.4x
MKM Ritek Ritek MKM (VERBATIM) RITEK
MKM(003) Ritek(D03/82) Ritek(S04/42) MKM (001) RITEK (D01)
DVD+RW DVD+RW 8x DVD+RW 4x Maker MKM Maker Sony MKM Ritek Media ID MKM(A03) Media ID Sony(S11) MKM(A02) Ritek(004)
DVD-R Maker TY MKM TDK 16x Maxell Ritek Sony Sony DVD-R 8x TY MKM TDK TDK Maxell Media ID TY(TYG03) MCC(03RG20) TDk(TTH02) MXL(RG04) Ritek(F1) Sony16D1 (08.D1) TY(TYG02) MCC(02RG20) TDk(TTH01) TDK(TTG02) MXL(RG03)
Maker MKM Ritek TY
Media ID MKM(A02) Ritek(004) TY(TYG03)
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Easily transfer your digital photos and videos to DVD with the VRD-MC10 DVDirect multi-function DVD recorder. Compatible with virtually any camcorder, VCR and DVR, this device records standard definition or high definition AVCHD DVD discs that you can playback in your compatible DVD or Blu-ray Disc player. The VRD-MC10 incorporates memory card slots for popular camera memory cards and will directly record images from the memory card to DVD. You can also preview video and digital photos on the built-in 2.7" color LCD screen.
|Device Type||DVD±RW (+R DL) drive|
|Built-in Devices||LCD Customer Display|
|Type||DVD±RW (+R DL)|
|Supported Media Types||DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Expansion Slots Total (Free)||1 x SD Memory Card 1 x SDHC Memory Card 1 x Memory Stick 1 x Memory Stick PRO Duo 1 x Memory Stick PRO 1 x xD-Picture Card 1 x CompactFlash Card|
|Interfaces||1 x Hi-Speed USB 1 x composite video input - RCA 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) - 4 pin FireWire Audio in - RCA 1 x S-video input - 4 pin mini-DIN|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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