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LiteOn LVW-5115GHC+ User Manual

Liteon lvw-5115ghc+: user guide.
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DVD Recorder
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    Customer Call Center: 886-3-578-7722#2604/2605 Service e-mail: dc_support@liteonit.com USA: LITE-ON (USA) International Inc. 42000 Christy Street, Fremont, CA 94538 Tel: 1-510-687-1800 Fax: 1-510-687-1900 Customer Call Center: 1-888-8-LITEON (1-888-854-8366) 1-866-269-5133 (French) Service e-mail: dc_support@liteonit.com Europe: LITE-ON Information Technology (Europe) B.V. Meerenakkerplein 16, 5652 BJ EINDHOVEN,...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Important Safety Instructions1 Advanced System Setup ...... 24 Warnings, Cautions and Others2 • Using Channel Editor ......24 • Setting the VCR Plus+ System .... 27 ® Using the Manual Easier Application & Access • Model Comparison Chart ..... 4 •...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Playback Quick Reference Playback ......... 49 • Guide to Complete System Setup Menu . 72 • Introducing Navigation Menu ....50 • Guide to Using the Discs ....74 • Playing DVD-Video Disc ....55 • Guide to Media Files Supported ... 76 •...

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    Important Safety Instructions 13. CART - Use only cart, stand, tripod bracket 1. READ INSTRUCTIONS - Read the instruc- or table specified by the manufacturer or sold tions carefully before using this product. with the product. When a cart is used, operate 2.

  • Page 5

    FCC Declaration of Conformity of Gemstar Development Corporation. The VCR Model number: LVW-5111GHC+ Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Trade Name: LITEON Gemstar Development Corporation. Responsible party: LITE-ON (USA) International Inc. 42000 Christy Street, Fremont, VCR Plus+ system is protected by one or more issued United CA 94538 States patents such as Pats.

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    FCC Declaration of Conformity Model number: LVW-5115DL+ Trade Name: LITEON Responsible party: LITE-ON (USA) International Inc. 42000 Christy Street, Fremont, CA 94538 FCC Declaration of Conformity Model number: LVW-5115GHC+ Trade Name: LITEON Responsible party: LITE-ON (USA) International Inc. 42000 Christy Street, Fremont,...

  • Page 7

    Using the Manual Model Comparison Chart Some supporting features vary depending on model types. Please check the following chart before you consult relevant sections to find your desired information. Double-Layer VCR Plus+ ® Programming DVD Dual™ MPEG-4 DivX System Recording LVW-5111GHC+ LVW-5115DL+ LVW-...

  • Page 8

    Getting Help Icons Used in Manual When using this manual... The following icons are used in the manual for special notice and additional information. Please check the comparison chart on the previous page to see which features are Icon Text Defi...

  • Page 9

    Features Recording Timer Recording This DVD recorder offers a fast and easy way for There is no need to worry about missing your you to record your desired TV programs. favorite TV programs. With the timer recording function offered by this DVD recorder, you can One-Touch Recording easily input up to 16 settings in the Timer Program list to record your desired programs.

  • Page 10

    Note • This feature is available in select models only. Easy Guider This DVD recorder comes with an integrated ‘Easy Guider’ program, which is an on-screen interface specially designed to help you complete desired tasks step by step. Easy Guider (p.31) MPEG-4 Videos Now you can play MPEG-4 videos on this DVD recorder and enjoy a better viewing experince with...

  • Page 11

    DVD Recording: The Essentials DVD recorders not only offer the basic recording and playback functions as the traditional VCRs (video casette recorders) do, but also make convenient content-sharing possible. Now you could play a finalized disc on other compatible DVD players as well as on PCs. The following sections introduce the basics of DVD recording which may help you get the most out of your recorder.

  • Page 12: Setting Up The Dvd Recorder

    Setting up the DVD Recorder Getting Started The following sections introduce a step-by-step process to set up this DVD recorder. When more than one setup option are listed at a specific stage, please refer to the option most suitable for your setup condition.

  • Page 13

    Knowing Your DVD Recorder Front-Panel Connections The actual appearance of the unit may slightly differ depending on model types. 1. Power ON/OFF button 6. SOURCE button Switches the DVD recorder on and off Selects equipment connected via line inputs 2. OPEN/CLOSE button 7.

  • Page 14

    Display Window 1. PLAY indicator 7. CD indicator 12. Multi-information window 2. DVD indicator 8. CD-R/DVD-R 13. CD-RW/DVD-RW indicator 3. SVCD indicator indicator 9. PAUSE indicator 4. VCD indicator 14. DVD+R indicator 10. RECORD indicator 5. CDDA indicator 15. DVD+RW indicator 11.

  • Page 15

    Remote Control POWER button OPEN/CLOSE button Press to switch on or off the Press to open or close the recorder disc tray 15. SOURCE button 2. SETUP button Press to display the System Press to select signal source Setup menu 16.

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    Using Remote Control Preparing the Remote Control Open the battery compartment and insert the batteries. Make sure the polarities (+ and -) match the markings inside the remote control. Note • Do not use rechargeable batteries. Remote Control Signal The remote has a range of approximately 5M and works best when pointed directly at the unit horizontally at angles up to 30°...

  • Page 17

    Connecting up Your DVD Recorder RF OUT RF IN Cable box Before you start... Antenna cable Do not plug the AC power cord into the outlet until all other connections are made. VIDEO Wall It is recommended that you connect VIDEO VHF / UHF AUDIO OUT jack of the DVD recorder directly to the...

  • Page 18

    VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO IN AUDIO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO IN Option 2 Using Component Cable Option 2 Connecting to a Stereo Audio Amplifi er or Receiver Use a component video (with green, blue and red ends) cable to connect the COMPONENT OUT Use the audio (red and white) ends of a composite jack on the DVD recorder to the COMPONENT IN cable to connect the AUDIO OUT jack on the DVD...

  • Page 19: System Setup

    Step 4: Connecting the System Setup Power Cord Connect the power cord to the DVD recorder. After all the cable connections are completed, you can now plug the power cord of the recorder into the outlet, and start using the recorder. Use the Setup menu to quickly complete basic system settings before using the DVD recorder.

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    Press  to select your desired language, Setting Language then press ENTER. Press SETUP to display the Setup menu. Started_SystemSetup_01_03 Français Press  to select ‘Language’, then press ENTER. Español When completed, press to return to the main menu. Started_SystemSetup_01_01 Press or SETUP to completely exit the Setup menu.

  • Page 21

    Press and number buttons (0-9) to enter correct date, then press ENTER to confi rm the entry. Started_SystemSetup_03_01 Started_SystemSetup_02_02 Press and number buttons (0-9) to enter correct time, then press ENTER to confi rm the entry. If you decide not to change the date, pressto return to the upper-level options.

  • Page 22

    If the scanning is successful, a channel time will be displayed. Press  to accept or discard the setting, then press ENTER. Started_SystemSetup_04_01 Started_SystemSetup_04_05 Press  to activate or disable the function, then press ENTER. If you choose to activate the function, a dialogue box titled ‘Time Zone’...

  • Page 23

    Interlaced Scan Mode Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Line 4 Line 5 Started_SystemSetup_05_01 Line 6 Line 7 Note • If you accidentally set ‘Progressive’ as the video Press  to select ‘Component’ or ‘Progres- output mode when the DVD recorder is not sive’, then press ENTER.

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    Started_SystemSetup_07_01 Started_SystemSetup_06_02 When completed, pressto return to the main Press  to select ‘16:9 Wide’ (16:9 Wide- menu. screen), then press ENTER, if you connect the DVD recorder to a widescreen (16:9) TV. Press  or SETUP to completely exit the Setup menu.

  • Page 25

    When you play back a DVD-VIDEO disc recorded in wide picture format, the picture is zoomed to fi ll the screen verti- cally, and the left and right sides of the image are chopped off. Please note that the picture will be shown in the 4:3 L.Box (4:3 Letter Box) mode even if you select the 4:3 Pan (4:3 Pan &...

  • Page 26

    Started_Advanced_01_04 Started_Advanced_01_06 Press  to select the region where you are Press  to select ‘Scan Channel’, then press currently situated, then press ENTER. ENTER. Started_Advanced_01_05 Started_Advanced_01_07 The DVD recorder will start searching for available channels. When completed, pressto return to the main menu.

  • Page 27

    Step 4: Editing Listed TV Advanced Channels The automatic scanning process will list all the System Setup available channels in a specifi c order. If you would like to change the sequence, you can further edit your preference in ‘Channel Editor’. Aside from the channel sequence, the ‘Channel Editor’...

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    4. Press  to select ‘Edit Channel’, then press Each time when you press ENTER, the item ENTER. changes as follows: 5. The Channel Editor menu will be displayed. Path 2: Using Edit Mode While Viewing TV Started_Advanced_02_02 1. Press TV or press SOURCE to switch to the TV-viewing mode.

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    Note Press  to select a channel from the list, then press ENTER. • After you insert channel(s), numbers of other channels will change accordingly. Press  to select ‘Rename’, then press ENTER. Swapping TV Channels Press  to select a channel from the list, Started_Advanced_02_08 then press ENTER.

  • Page 30

    When completed, press  to select ‘Exit’ or another option to continue, then press ENTER. Started_Advanced_02_09 Setting the VCR Plus+ ® System The channel selected will then be switched on or off. To switch on or off other channels, repeat steps Before you start...

  • Page 31

    Press  to select a TV channel, then press ENTER. Press  to select ‘GCN’, then press ENTER. Started_Advanced_03_01 The dialogue box for entering GCN will appear. Press the number buttons (0-9) to enter the GCN (guide channel number), which is the channel number used by the VCR Plus+ ®...

  • Page 32: On-screen Input Keypad

    On-Screen Input Keypad Easier Application On-screen input keypad offers you a simple way to & Access enter file names. Entering your desired characters can be easily done by pressing the  and ENTER buttons on your remote control. Before you start... Check whether the video signal of this DVD recorder is correctly displayed on your TV screen.

  • Page 33

    Introducing On-Screen Using On-Screen Input Input Keypad Keypad Naming a New Title or File When the keypad screen is displayed, press  and ENTER to select one of the EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 EasyAccess_OnScreenInput_01_01 input options. 1. Indicates the area for entering title names. 2.

  • Page 34: Easy Guider

    Renaming a Title or File Easy Guider In the case of renaming, when the keypad screen is displayed, the ‘Clear’ button will be automatically highlighted. Press ENTER to clear the entry bar, or press  to select ‘Back’; and delete the old title name character by character.

  • Page 35

    Introducing Easy Guider Using Easy Guider: Play Press GUIDER to display the Easy Guider menu. Before you start... Check whether the disc you insert contains displayable media fi les. EasyAccess_EasyGuider_01_01 Playing Video Files On the Easy Guider menu, press  to select ‘Play’, then press ENTER.

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    Playing Picture Files Press PAUSE/STEP to pause playback. Press  PLAY to resume normal playback. Press  STOP to stop playback at a marked On the Easy Guider menu, press  to select stop. ‘Play’, then press ENTER. Press  STOP again to bring the playback to a full stop.

  • Page 37

    and DVD+R/+RW discs to record. However, Media Mode Rec. Time please note that if you use blank DVD-RW discs, 4.7 GB HQ (High Quality) 1 hour you will need to format the discs before recording. Recordable Pressto select ‘Quick Preparation’ or ‘Full SP (Standard Play) 2 hours &...

  • Page 38

    Important Note Check if your model features the DVD Dual™ • This screen will not be displayed, if your DVD recorder does not feature the VCR Plus+ ® support. system support. Model Comparison Chart (p.4) Press  to select the signal source on which If you are using models which feature ‘DVD the program you would like to record is being Dual™’...

  • Page 39

    Note • This DVD recorder allows users to enter a maximum of 16 Timer Record programs. If your setting list is full, you will need to delete some of EasyAccess_EasyGuider_04_05 EasyAccess_EasyGuider_04_05 EasyAccess_EasyGuider_04_05 the programs before you can input new ones. •...

  • Page 40

    Using Easy Guider: Disc Tools EasyAccess_EasyGuider_07_02 EasyAccess_EasyGuider_07_02 Disc Tools offers a quick access to completing post-production tasks. With Disc Tools, you can easily erase materials on discs, and fi nalize discs when necessary. The erasing process will begin. Before you start... EasyAccess_EasyGuider_07_02 EasyAccess_EasyGuider_07_02 If you would like to use the ‘Erase’...

  • Page 41

    Recording Content Disc Finalization after Type Finalization Data file Not required DVD-R DVD+VR Required Data file Not required Full DVD-RW Prepartion Required DVD+VR Quick Required Prepration Data file Not required DVD+R DVD+VR Required Data file Not required DVD+RW DVD+VR Not required Note •...

  • Page 42: Recording

    Recording Recording Make use of the recording feature to preserve your favorite TV programs and to transfer your home videos to DVD discs. Before you start... Check whether the video signal of this DVD recorder is correctly displayed on your TV screen.

  • Page 43: Recording From Tv, Recording From External Devices

    When the DVD recorder is switched on during When the DVD recorder is switched on during Press TV to select ‘TV’ as the signal source. recording, you can only view the recorded channel Press CH and CH  to select desired on screen.

  • Page 44

    Recording from DV (Digital When connecting via the rear-panel INPUT jacks Camcorder) Important VIDEO Audio/Video Cable (not supplied) • The DV-Link INPUT jack on this recorder is for Camcorder VIDEO use with DV-compatible camcorders only. AUDIO • Only DV signals can be input to the DV-Link jack on this DVD recorder.

  • Page 45: One-touch Recording, Adding New Recording Session(s), Inserting Chapter Mark During Recording

    Note • ‘One-Touch Recording’ will start with the DVD recorder’s default settings, if you do not make any setting changes before activating this function. • The overall recording time depends on the selected recording mode and the storage capacity available on the disc. The DV Control panel will be displayed.

  • Page 46: Timer Recording

    Timer Recording Timer Make use of the timer recording feature to record Recording programs and watch them at your leisure. Before you start... Check whether the system date and time of the DVD recorder is correct. Setting System Date (p.17) Setting System Time (p.18) Check whether the channel scanning process for your TV is completed.

  • Page 47

    10. Indicates the assigned time slot of your desired If you are using models which support double- program(s). layer DVD recording, please be reminded that one recording session in double-layer discs cannot 11. Indicates the status of preset timer program(s). exceed 8 hours.

  • Page 48

    VCR Plus+ Mode Setting Timer Program (Date/Time Mode) Check if your model features the VCR Plus+ ® system support. Model Comparison Chart (p.4) Press TIMER to display the Timer Record menu. Press ENTER to start new setting, or press to select a previous setting which you would like to modify.

  • Page 49

    Press to select ‘Start’ (Start Time), then press ENTER. Press the number buttons (0-9) or press  to enter the start time. Timer_03_01 Timer_03_01 Press  to select ‘End’ (End Time), then press ENTER. Press the number buttons (0-9) or press ...

  • Page 50

    2. Press ENTER to start new setting, or press  Why This Happened to select a previous setting which you would like to modify, then press ENTER. Why is my preset program not completely recorded? 3. Press  to go to the ‘VCR Plus+’ button, then press ENTER to display the VCR Incomplete recording may be resulted from: Plus+ setup menu.

  • Page 51

    Press  to select ‘OK’, then press ENTER to save the setting and return to the Timer Record menu. Press  to select ‘Cancel’, then press ENTER, if you would like to discard current setting. Press  to select another item on the list, and press ENTER if you want to set up more Timer Record programs.

  • Page 52: Playback

    Playback Playback With this DVD recorder, you can play back a wide range of media files as well as various types of discs. Make use of the features provided by the Navigation menu too to enjoy an advanced viewing experience. Important •...

  • Page 53

    When playing audio CDs or music fi les... Introducing Navigation Menu Playback_01_01 During playback, press NAVI. button on the remote control to display the Navigation menu. Before you start... The options shown on the Navigation menu When playing pictures... vary depending on the media types (e.g. DVD, audio CD, VCD, etc.) as well as the supporting features offered by the media being played.

  • Page 54

    Shuffl e Picture Control (For Pic- tures) Press  to select ‘Shuffl e Mode’, then press ENTER. The ‘Picture Control’ function not only allows you to enlarge or reduce the picture image, but also Press  to select ‘On’ or “Off’, then press ENTER.

  • Page 55

    Search About ‘Title and Chapter’ For DVD-Video or other digital videos, disc You can search a disc which contains video fi les contents are usually divided into individual titles, or titles by entering the title/chapter number or by which you may preview using the disc menu. entering a specifi...

  • Page 56

    A-B Repeat Subtitle Press  to select ‘A-B Repeat’, then Some pre-recorded DVD discs have more than one press ENTER to go to the sub-menu. subtitle language. The language initially selected for playback will be the one you select when you When playback reaches the beginning of your fi...

  • Page 57

    Audio Some pre-recorded DVD discs have more than one audio language. The language initially selected for Playback_02_06 playback will be the one you select when you fi rst set up the DVD recorder. However, you can change the audio language of the disc at any time. Setting Audio Output (p.20) Press NAVI.

  • Page 58

    Playing DVD-Video Disc If playback does not start automatically, press  PLAY to begin playback. Press  STOP to stop playback at a marked stop. Press  PLAY to resume playback from a marked stop. OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. Press Press ...

  • Page 59

    Press  PLAY to resume playback from a Press the number buttons (0-9) to enter the marked stop. number of track you would like to play. Press  STOP again to bring the playback to a full stop. When completed, press  PLAY to start programmed playback.

  • Page 60

    Note • The ‘Music’ button in the dialogue box will be disabled, if there are no music fi les on the disc. Playback_08_03 • This DVD recorder supports music fi les in .mp3 and .wma formats. Playing Picture File If the album being played is not what you wish to view, press ALBUM ...

  • Page 61: Mpeg-4

    MPEG-4 Digital Video Built with the MPEG-4 support, this DVD recorder allows you to watch MPEG-4-based videos with your TV. Support Important It is illegal to download and use unauthorized copyrighted materials. Make sure you obtain the presmission or authorization from copyright owners and related third-parties before you start using or watching the videos or files.

  • Page 62

    Supporting Formats Playing MPEG-4 Files The MPEG-4 technology allows a large video Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. fi le, such as a two-hour movie, to be effi ciently Carefully place the disc in the tray with the compressed without sacrifi cing its original video label side facing up, then press OPEN/ and audio quality.

  • Page 63

    • Placed the fi le in the same folder as the video title, or under an approriate sub-directory. Navigation In addition, you need to save the subtitle fi le either in the same folder as the video title, or in a sub-di- rectory which is given one of the following names: Menu SRT, SUB, SUBS, SUBTITLE or SUBTITLES.

  • Page 64

    Step 1: Applying for a User Account DivX ® To watch DRM-protected video fi les, you need to register a user account on the DivX ® website fi rst. For more information, please visit: http://www. divx.com/vod. Step 2: Registering Your * This feature is supported by ‘+’...

  • Page 65

    Registering Code Online Step 4: Playing Video Files After you acquire the ID code, go to the DivX ® website, and enter the recorder’s registeration code in your account. When you fi nish fi lling in the required details, you will then be directed to a fi lm OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.

  • Page 66: Editing

    Editing Editing Use the editing features to create your viewing preference. Important • The editing function applies to video titles stored on recordable and rewritable DVD discs only; however, available functions may vary depending on the disc format (minus or plus). •...

  • Page 67

    Editing Titles Introducing Edit Menu You can activate the Edit menu by pressing the Naming a Title EDIT button on your remote control during playback. Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. Carefully place the disc on the tray with the label side facing up, then press OPEN/ CLOSE.

  • Page 68

    If you decided not to change the original title Press  to select ‘Exit’, then press ENTER name, press  to select ‘Cancel’, then to exit the setting. press ENTER. If you switch on the function, a lock icon will When completed, press ...

  • Page 69

    If you switch on the function, a pen icon will be shown next to the overwritten title on the disc menu. Editing_01_08 Editing_01_03 Press ENTER to confi rm your setting. The title selected will be erased. To erase more titles, repeat steps 3 to 6. Or press ...

  • Page 70

    If you experience any problem while using the DVD recorder, please consult the following troubleshooting guide first, as it may offer immediate solution to the condition occurred. Should the problem remains, please contact www.liteonit.com/DC/english/down- LiteOn’s service point near you. For more information, please visit load.htm Problem...

  • Page 71

    Problem Possible Solution Timer Timer recording does not • Check whether the system time is correct. Recording work properly. • Check whether the timer program is accurately set to desired time slot or channel. • Check whether you have inserted a recordable disc. •...

  • Page 72

    Problem Possible Solution Playback No playback on DVD • Check whether there is any recording on the disc. recorder. • Check whether the disc inserted contains playable files. • Check whether an unplayable disc is inserted. • Check whether the way you insert the disc is correct. Insert the disc with the label side up.

  • Page 73

    Specifications General Power Supply • AC 100~240V 50/60Hz Power Consumption • Approx. 20W (operation) / 3W (standby, at 100V) Operating Temperature • +5°C to +40°C (+36°F to +104°F) Operating Humidity • 5% to 80% RH Dimensions (W/H/D) • 430 x 52 x 268 mm Net Weight •...

  • Page 74

    Video Recording Media Mode Recording Time Mode 4.7 GB HQ (High Quality) • 1 hour Recordable SP (Standard Play) • 2 hours & Rewritable LP (Long Play) • 3 hours EP (Extended Play) • 4 hours SLP (Super Long Play) •...

  • Page 75

    Quick Reference Guide to Complete System Setup Menu Menu Option Sub-menu Option Description System Video Output • Component This option allows users to select appropriate video output mode. • Progressive Clock Format • M/D/Y-12Hr This option allows users to select a preferred date/time display format.

  • Page 76

    Menu Option Sub-menu Option Description Playback Aspect Ratio • 16:9 Wide This option allows users to select appropriate viewing mode available on users’ own television sets. • 4:3 Pan • 4:3 L.Box Parental Lock • Off This option allows users to enable the parental control function.

  • Page 77

    Guide to Using the Discs Disc Types Supported Application Disc Type Disc Logo Information Playback Preset DVD-Video discs (The region DVD-Video code is printed on the rear of recorder). DVD+R/+RW discs written in DVD- DVD+R/+RW Video format and finalized, or with JPEG/WMA/MP3/MPEG-4 files files.

  • Page 78

    Note * indicates feature which is available in select models only. • • The DVD-Video/DVD+RW/DVD+R/DVD-R/DVD-RW/CD-R/CD-RW/DVD+R DL(Double Layer) logos are trademarks of the respective companies. • For best results, use discs with the above logos. This DVD recorder may not play back other discs correctly. Do not use irregular-shaped discs (e.g.

  • Page 79

    Disc Finalization Recording after Disc Content Type Finalization Finalization Data file Not required DVD-R DVD+VR Required Data file Not required DVD-RW Full Preparation Required DVD+VR Quick Preparation Required Data file Not required DVD+R DVD+VR Required Data file Not required DVD+RW DVD+VR Not required Guide to Media Files Supported...

  • Page 80

    Guide to Recording Options Recording Mode Media Mode Rec. Time 4.7 GB HQ (High Quality) 1 hour Recordable SP (Standard Play) 2 hours & Rewritable LP (Long Play) 3 hours EP (Extended Play) 4 hours SLP (Super Long Play) 6 hours Just Fit* Depending on the storage capacity available on disc 8.5 GB...

  • Page 81

    Glossary ® 480i/480p DivX ® Indicates the number of scanning lines and scan- DivX VOD (video-on-demand) service is ning format of an image signal. designed to protect copyrights of digital videos. ® 480i indicates 480 scanning lines with interlace Through an online registration process, DivX format, and 480p indicates 480 scanning lines with VOD prevents unauthorized downloads or file shar- progressive format.

  • Page 82

    Interlace output NTSC, the video signal standard, has 480 interlaced Playback Control. A special feature on a Video CD (I) scan lines, The Interlaced scanning system or Super VCD that enables interactive use. places lines of the second half of the picture S-Video in-between lines of the first half of the picture.

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