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Direct Recording From Tv; Automatic Recording From Satellite Receiver - Philips DVDR3360H User Manual

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Direct recording from TV

If you have connected this recorder to
your TV using a scart cable, you can
immediately start recording the
programme (analogue TV channels only),
which is currently being shown on the TV
while the recorder is in standby mode.
Ensure that the { Direct rec. } mode in
the recording setting is turned on (see
page 38).
While watching the TV programme, press
(RECORD) on the remote control to
start recording.
To stop recording, press
Otherwise, it will stop automatically
after 6 (six) hours of recording.
TIPS: Setting an appropriate recording mode is important as it determines the picture quality and
recording time to the HDD or a recordable DVD, see page 38.
Record to Hard Disk
Automatic recording from
Satellite Receiver
The feature is only applicable for the
Satellite Receiver (or any similar devices)
that is connected to the EXT2 AUX-I/O
scart socket of this recorder. In addition,
the Satellite Receiver must have a timer
function that is able to control the
recording function of this recorder.
Ensure that the { Sat record } mode in
the recording setting is set to { EXT2 }
(see page 38).
Use the Satellite Receiver's timer
programming function to programme the
recording (refer to the Satellite
Receiver's user manual).
hours of recording.
Leave the recorder and Satellite Receiver
in standby mode for the recording.
Receiver to standby mode before the
when it detects a signal from the Satellite
Helpful Hint:
– The recorder's timer recordings take
priority over automatic satellite recording.
Automatic Satellite recording will stop if the
recorder's timer recording is due to start.
You can only programme up to 6 (six)
You have to turn off the Satellite
The recorder will start recording


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