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DVD RECORDER

D-R3
OWNER'S MANUAL
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  • Page 1: Dvd Recorder

    00566A-D-R3_Cover 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 1 DVD RECORDER D-R3 OWNER’S MANUAL Read this booklet first.
  • Page 2 00566A-D-R3_Cover 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 2 AK68-00566A...
  • Page 3: Warning

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 2 Warning TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER(OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage” inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury.
  • Page 4: Precaution

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 3 Precaution Important Safety Instructions Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow all the safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future refer- ence. 1) Read these instructions. 2) Keep these instructions. 3) Heed all warnings.
  • Page 5: Disc Storage

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 4 • Do not apply labels or stickers to discs. (Do not use discs fixed with exposed tape adhesive or left- over peeled-off stickers.) • Do not use scratch-proof protectors or covers. • Do not use discs printed with label printers avail- able on the market.
  • Page 6 00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 5 DVD-RW Disc Playback and Recording • Recording and playback can be performed on DVD-RW discs in both Video and VR Modes. • Once a DVD-RW recorded in VR Mode is finalized, you cannot perform additional recording. •...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 6 Contents Getting Started Getting Started Warning...2 Precaution ...3 Important Safety Instructions...3 Handling Cautions...3 Maintenance of Cabinet...3 Disc Handling ...3 Disc Storage...4 Disc Specifications ...6 General Features...8 Before reading the user’s manual ...9 How to use the DVD Recorder ...9 Description...11 Front Panel ...11 Front Panel Display...11...
  • Page 8 00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 7 Recording Recording Before Recording...34 Recordable discs...34 Recording Formats ...35 Recording Mode...35 Unrecordable pictures...35 About DISPLAY Key ...36 Checking the available disc space (Disc Information)...36 Recording the current TV program you are watching ...36 Recording from external equipment you are watching ...38 Reviewing Images Being Recorded (Time Slip).39 Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)...40...
  • Page 9: General Features

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 8 General Features The DVD-D-R3 allows you to record and play high qual- ity digital images on DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs. You can record and edit digital images on DVD- RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs as if they were VCR tapes.
  • Page 10: Before Reading The User's Manual

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:27 AM Page 9 Before reading the user’s manual Make sure to check the following matters before reading the user’s manual. Icons that will be used in manual Icon Term This involves a function available in DVD or DVD-R/DVD-RWdiscs that have been recorded and finalised in Video Mode.
  • Page 11 00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 10 Step 3 Recording There are two different recording methods, Direct Recording and Timer Recording. Timer recording is classified as recording type : Once, Daily or Weekly or recording mode : XP (high quality mode), SP (standard quality mode), LP (long recording mode), and EP (extended mode) according to the recording mode.
  • Page 12: Description

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 11 Description Front Panel 1. STANDBY/ON Turns the recorder on and off. 2. DV-IN Connects external digital equipment with a DV jack. 3. AV4 IN Connects external equipment. 4. DISC TRAY Opens to accept a disc. 5.
  • Page 13: Rear Panel

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 12 Rear Panel The fan always revolves when the power is on. Ensure a minimum of 10cm clear space on all sides of the fan when installing the product. 1. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT Connects to an amplifier having a digital input jack. 2.
  • Page 14: Tour Of The Remote Control

    00566A-D-R3_2~13 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 13 Tour of the Remote Control 1. DVD STANDBY/ON Button 2. Number Buttons 3. TV/DVD Button 4. TV Button Press this to operate TV. 5. DVD Button Press this when you use a DVD. 6. TV Control Buttons •...
  • Page 15: Connecting & Setting Up

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 14 Connecting & Setting Up This section involves various methods of connecting the DVD player to other external components and required initial setting modes. Quick Overview ...14 Step 1 : Unpacking...15 Step 2 : Connecting SCART Cable Step 3 : Other type of connecting the Video output cable...17 Step 4 : Other type of connecting the...
  • Page 16: Step 1: Unpacking

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 15 Step 1: Unpacking Accessory Check for the supplied accessories below. Video/Audio Cable Remote Control Instruction Manual Step 2: Connecting SCART Cable There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder using scart cables. Select one of the following connections that best suits you. Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV Method 2 : Antenna + VCR/satellite receiver/cable box + DVD Recorder + TV...
  • Page 17: Method 2 : Antenna + Vcr/Satellite Receiver/Cable Box

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 16 Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV You can connect your DVD Recorder to the television using the SCART cable if the appropriate input is available on the television. You thus: Obtain better quality sound and pictures Simplify the setting up procedure of your DVD Recorder 1.
  • Page 18: Box + Tv

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 17 Step3 : 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. Method 1 : Connecting to a Composite Video output jack Method 2 : Connecting to an S-video output jack...
  • Page 19: Step 4 : Other Type Of Connecting The Audio Output Cable

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 18 Step 4 : Other type of connecting the Audio output cable There are several ways to output audio signal not using scart cables. Select the audio connection that best suits you below. Method 1 : Connecting to your TV Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier (analogue audio out / digital audio out) Method 3 : Connecting to an AV amplifier with a...
  • Page 20: Analogue Output Jacks

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 19 Method 3: Connecting to an AV amplifier with a digital output jack If your AV amplifier only has a Dolby Digital, MPEG-2 or DTS decoder and a digital input jack, use this connection. To enjoy Dolby Digital, MPEG-2 or DTS sound, you will set up the audio settings.
  • Page 21: Method 2 : Connecting A Camcorder To The Av4 Input

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 20 Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the AV 4 Input jacks You can also use the AV 4 IN jacks on the front panel of the DVD Recorder. You can record from connected equipment.
  • Page 22: Step 6 : Preparing The Remote Control

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 21 Step 6 : Preparing the Remote Control Install Batteries in the Remote Control Open the battery cover on the back of the remote. Insert two AAA batteries. Make sure that the polarities (+ and -) are aligned correctly. Replace the battery cover.
  • Page 23 3. Hold down the TV STANDBY/ON button and enter the two-figure code corresponding to the brand of your television, by pressing the appropriate numeric buttons. Controllable TV Codes Brand name Brand code TOSHIBA 0001 0071 0211 AIWA 0921 AKAI 0201...
  • Page 24: System Setup

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 23 System Setup On-Screen Menu Navigation...23 Plug & Auto Set up...24 Clock Set Auto Setup...26 Manual Setup ...27 CM Skip Time Setting...28 Setting Up NICAM Options ...29 Setting Up Scart Jack Options ...29 Setting Up the Language Features ...30 Setting Up the Audio Options...31 Setting Up the Display(Video) Options...32 Setting Up the Parental Control ...33...
  • Page 25: Plug & Auto Set Up

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 24 Plug & Auto Set up Your DVD Recorder will automatically set itself up when it is plugged in for the first time. TV stations and clock will be stored in memory. The process takes a few minutes.
  • Page 26: Clock Set

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 25 Clock Set This menu is used to set the current time. You need to set the time to use timer recording. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button. Using the †… buttons, move the selection bar to “Setup”...
  • Page 27: Auto Setup

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 26 Auto Setup This feature allows you to manually set the DVD Recorder tuner band to Antenna or Cable, whichever you connected to the Antenna In jack during initial setup. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote.
  • Page 28: Manual Setup

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 27 Manual Setup You can add preset channel that Auto Channel Search missed. And you can delete a channel you wish to remove. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote. Using the †…...
  • Page 29: Cm Skip Time Setting

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 28 CM Skip Time Setting When a program recorded on a DVD-RAM, a DVD-RW, or a DVD-R is played, the unit can be set to automati- cally skip a portion of the program corresponding to a CM(commercial) Skip Time set by the user.
  • Page 30: Setting Up The Nicam Options

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 29 Setting Up NICAM Options NICAM programmes are divided into 3 types. NICAM Stereo, NICAM Mono and Bilingual (transmission in another language). NICAM programmes are always accompanied by a standard mono sound broadcast and you can select the desired sound by setting NICAM on or off.
  • Page 31: Setting Up The Language Features

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 30 Setting Up the Language Features If you set the player menu, disc menu, audio and subtitle language in advance, they will come up automatically every time you watch a movie. If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the original pre-recorded language is selected.
  • Page 32: Setting Up The Audio Options

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 31 Setting Up the Audio Options Allow you to setup the Audio device and sound status depending on the audio system in use. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote. Select “Setup”...
  • Page 33: Setting Up The Display(Video) Options

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 32 Setting Up the Display(Video) Options This function allows you to setup the TV screen settings. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote. You can’t use the Setup functions during playback. Select “Setup”...
  • Page 34: Setting Up The Parental Control

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 33 Setting Up the Parental Control The Parental Control function works in conjunction with DVDs that have been assigned a rating which helps you control the types of DVDs that your family watches. There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc. With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU button on the remote.
  • Page 35: Recording

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 34 Recording This section shows various DVD recording methods. Before Recording ...34 Recording the current TV program you are watching ...35 Recording from external equipment you are watching ...38 Reviewing Images Being Recorded(Time Slip)..39 Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)...40 Making a Standard Timer ...41 Flexible Recording (only for Timer recording) ..42 Editing a Standard Timer...42...
  • Page 36: Recording Formats

    00566A-D-R3_14~35 8/31/04 10:28 AM Page 35 Recording Formats When you insert an unused disc, the following message appears; Since available functions differ depending on the disc type, select a disc that best fits your prefer- ences. DVD-RAM: Use after formatting the disc. Unformatted Disc Do you want to format this disc? DVD-RW: When a blank disc is first inserted, the...
  • Page 37: About Display Key

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 36 About DISPLAY Key The DISPLAY function allows you to view the current status and progress of playback and recording. Depending on the kind of disc and status, the displayed screen may be different. Checking the available disc space (Disc Information) When recording on an used disc, make sure that there is enough disc space for recording.
  • Page 38 00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 37 Press the PROG ( / ) or number ~ ) buttons to select the current program you want to record. Press the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or Press the REC MODE button and then press the …† button) to select the recording speed(quality).
  • Page 39: Watching

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 38 Recording from external equipment you are watching Before you start Check that the disc has enough available space for the recording. Adjust the recording mode. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a recordable disc on the disc tray. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray.
  • Page 40: Reviewing Images Being Recorded (Time Slip).39

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 39 Reviewing Images Being Recorded (Time Slip) This function lets you watch recently recorded 10-second images on the PIP screen while a recording is in progress. Press the TIME SLIP button during DVD-RAM recording. The time slip lamp on your DVD Recorder lights. The recently recorded 10-second images are played back on the PIP screen.
  • Page 41: Making A One Touch Recording (Otr)

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 40 Making a One Touch Recording (OTR) You can set the DVD Recorder to record in 30-minute increments by pressing the REC button. If you want to record a TV channel, use the PROG ( / ) buttons or number buttons to select a desired channel.
  • Page 42: Making A Standard Timer

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 41 Making a Standard Timer Before you start 1. Check the antenna cable is connected. 2. Check the remaining time of the disc. 3. Check the date and time are correct. Make sure the Clock has been set (Setup - System Setting) before you proceed with a timer recording.
  • Page 43: Flexible Recording (For Timer Recording Only)

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 42 Press the OK button. will appear on the front panel. It means that a timer recording is registered. If you make a mistake Press the œ √ button to select the item you want to change.
  • Page 44: Deleting A Standard Timer

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 43 Press the †… buttons to select ‘Edit”, and then press the OK button. The Timer Recording screen is displayed. Edit the items you want to modify. See the “Making a Standard Timer” section for more information on Timer Recording Input items.
  • Page 45: Using The Video Plus+ Feature

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 44 Using the Video Plus+ Feature Before presetting your DVD Recoder: • Switch on both the television and your DVD Recoder. • Check that the date and time are correct. Up to twelve programmes can be preset. Press the Video Plus+ button.
  • Page 46: Video Plus+ Extended

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 45 Video Plus+ Extended To prevent delays or overruns, DVD Recorder has a function called Video Plus+ Extened allowing you to extend the recording time by up to 60 minutes. Press the MENU button in Stop Mode. Press the †…...
  • Page 47: Recording The Standard Timer List

    00566A-D-R3_36~46 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 46 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. When the scheduled recording is operating, the programme being recorded will not display on TV.
  • Page 48: Playback

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 47 Playback This section introduces basic functions of playback and playback by disc type. D I G I T A L DIGITAL OUT Dolby Digital Stereo PAL broadcast system in U.K, France, Germany, etc. Before Playing ...47 Playing a Disc...48 Playing an Audio CD/MP3 ...59 Playing a Picture CD...62...
  • Page 49: Playing A Disc

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 48 This DVD recorder can only operate with discs that are compatible with DVD-RAM NOTE Standard Version 2.0. Playback and/or recording may not work for some types of discs, or when specific operations, such as aspect ratio adjustment, are being performed.
  • Page 50: Using The Disc & Title Menu

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 49 Using the Disc & Title Menu Some type of discs contain a dedicated menu system that allows you to select special functions for the title, such as chapters, audio tracks, subtitles, film previews, information on characters, etc. For DVD-VIDEO discs Press the DISC MENU button to enter the disc menu of the disc.
  • Page 51: Slow Motion Play

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 50 Skipping Chapters or Tracks During play, you can search quickly through a chapter or track. During play, press the SKIP ( button on the remote control. If you press the œœ button, it moves to the beginning of the chapter or track or marker(DVD-RAM, DVD-RW(VR mode)).
  • Page 52: Using The Repeat Function

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:29 AM Page 51 If you want to move to a desired time to help you find a scene. Press the QUICK button during playback. DVD-VIDEO 1/10 1/40 00:01:45 D 5.1CH MOVE CHANGE Press the …† buttons to select the “Time”.
  • Page 53 00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 52 Using the QUICK button Using the QUICK button Press the QUICK button. DVD-VIDEO 1/10 1/40 00:01:45 D 5.1CH MOVE CHANGE Press the …† buttons to select “Repeat” and press the œ √ buttons to select the “Title or Chapter”...
  • Page 54 00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 53 - To return to normal playback - Press the REPEAT button repeatedly to select “Off”. Press the CANCEL button to return to normal playback. Playing a Certain section Repeatedly(A-B Repeat Playback) Using the REPEA Using the REPEA Press the REPEAT A-B button.
  • Page 55: Selecting The Subtitle

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 54 Selecting the Subtitle Subtitle languages may not work depending on the disc type. This is only available during playback. Using the SUBTITLE button Using the SUBTITLE button Press the SUBTITLE button during playback. Subtitle Press the SUBTITLE button or …†...
  • Page 56: Changing The Camera Angle

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 55 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. Press the QUICK button during play- back. DVD-VIDEO 1/10 1/40 00:01:45...
  • Page 57: Using Pip(Picture In Picture)

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 56 Using PIP(Picture in Picture) The PIP function allows you to view a sub screen together with the main screen. You can view TV while playing a DVD disc. Press the PIP button. The current disc is played in the PIP screen located at the bottom right of the screen.
  • Page 58: Using Bookmarks

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 57 Using Bookmarks Press the MARKER button during playback. Bookmark MOVE Press the OK button when the desired scene appears. The number 1 is displayed and the scene is memorized. Bookmark MOVE PLAY Press the œ √ button to move to the next position.
  • Page 59: Using Markers

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 58 Using Markers Press the MARKER button. Marker Press the OK button when the desired scene appears. The number 1 is displayed and the scene is memorized. Marker MOVE PLAY Press the œ √ button to move to the next position.
  • Page 60: Playing An Audio Cd/Mp3

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 59 Playing an Audio CD/MP3 Playing an Audio CD (CD-DA)/MP3 Each disc has a variety of menu functions available. Playing an Audio CD(CD-DA) Insert an audio CD (CD-DA) into the disc tray. The audio CD menu appears and the tracks (songs) are played automatically.
  • Page 61 00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 60 Playing a MP3 Disc Insert a MP3 Disc into the disc tray. The MP3 menu appears and the tracks(songs) are played automatically. Repeat : Off Straight from the heart ROOT 03/06 MOVE -1 Press the …† buttons to select the track (song) you want to hear, and then press the OK button or √...
  • Page 62 00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 61 Play Option Mode The Play Option can be used with an audio CD or MP3 in the Play or Stop mode. Press the QUICK button. Repeat Mode will be highlighted. Repeat : Off 01. TRACK 1 01.
  • Page 63: Playing A Picture Cd

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 62 Playing a Picture CD There are two types of Picture CD. One is a CD with only JPEG files. The other one is a CD with JPEG files and MP3 files.(mixed CD) 1. When mixed CD is played, a menu will be shown in order to have you choose which contents, either JPEG or MP3, you want to play.
  • Page 64: Playing The Title List

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 63 Playing the Title List Follow these instructions to play back a scene from the Title List. Using the TITLE LIST button Using the TITLE LIST button Press the TITLE LIST button. The Title List screen is displayed. DVD-RAM(VR) 19/APR/2004 12:00 PR12 19/APR/2004...
  • Page 65 00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 64 Press the DISPLAY button once again. Then you can check the information about the title under playback. DVD-RAM(VR) Name 21/APR/2004 11:50 PR11 Title 1/16 Created Time 21/APR/2004 12:00 Length 00:07:43 LP Playing Time 00:13:27 Title Protection Not Protected 21 APR 2004 WED...
  • Page 66: Editing

    00566A-D-R3_47~65 8/31/04 10:30 AM Page 65 Editing This section introduces basic functions of DVD editing and explains both edit functions for the recording on a disc and edit functions for the entire disc. Basic Editing (Title List) ... Advance Editing (Play List)..78 Disc Manager Title List...
  • Page 67: Basic Editing (Title List)

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 66 Basic Editing (Title List) Renaming(Labeling) a Title Follow these instructions to rename a title list entry, i.e., to edit the title of a recorded program. Using the TITLE LIST button Using the TITLE LIST button Insert the recorded disc, Press the TITLE LIST button.
  • Page 68: Locking(Protecting) A Title

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 67 Locking(Protecting) a Title Follow these instructions to lock an entry to protect it from accidental deletion. Using the TITLE LIST button Using the TITLE LIST button Insert the recorded disc, Press the TITLE LIST button. The Title List screen is displayed Using the MENU button Press the MENU button.
  • Page 69: Deleting A Section Of A Title

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 68 Press the …† buttons to select “Delete”, and then press the OK button. DVD-RAM(VR) Sports(A1) 19/APR/2004 12:00 MOVE You will be prompted with the confirmation message. DVD-RAM(VR), DVD-RW(VR mode): Since Playlist is present, the message ‘Do you want to delete?( Related playlist may be deleted.)’...
  • Page 70 00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 69 Press the OK button at the starting point. The image and starting point time are displayed in the section deletion starting point window. DVD-RAM(VR) 00:00:10 Sports(A1) 21/APR/2004 11:50 MOVE Edit Title List Screen Elements DVD-RAM(VR) 00:00:10 Sports(A1)
  • Page 71: Advanced Editing (Play List)

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 70 Advanced Editing (Play List) Creating a Playlist Follow these instructions to create a new playlist entry from a recorded title. Press the MENU button with the disc stopped. Press the …† buttons to select “Playlist”, and then press the OK or √...
  • Page 72: Playing Entries In The Playlist

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 71 Playing Entries in the Playlist Follow these instructions to play the playlist entries. Insert the recorded disc, Press the PLAY LIST button. The Edit Playlist screen is displayed. DVD-RAM(VR) 23/APR/2004 06:43 7 Scenes 23/APR/2004 06:43 MOVE Using the MENU button Press the MENU button when the disc has...
  • Page 73: Renaming A Playlist Entry

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 72 Renaming a Playlist Entry Follow these instructions to rename a playlist entry, i.e. to edit the title of a playlist entry. Insert the recorded disc, Press the PLAY LIST button. The Edit Playlist screen is displayed. DVD-RAM(VR) 23/APR/2004 06:43 7 Scenes...
  • Page 74: Editing A Scene For The Playlist

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 73 Editing a Scene for the Playlist Follow these instructions to edit scenes for a playlist. Insert the recorded disc, Press the PLAY LIST button. The Edit Playlist screen is displayed. DVD-RAM(VR) Science 7 Scenes 23/APR/2004 06:43 MOVE Using the MENU button...
  • Page 75 00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:31 AM Page 74 Modifying a Scene (Replacing a Scene) Press the arrow buttons to select the scene you want to modify, and then press the OK button. DVD-RAM(VR) Scene No. 00:00:26 00:00:07 00:00:03 00:00:11 MOVE Press the …† buttons to select ‘Modify”, and then press the OK button.
  • Page 76 00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 75 Moving a Scene (Changing the Position of a Scene) Press the …† œ √ buttons to select the scene you want to move (change the position), and then press the OK button. DVD-RAM(VR) Scene No. 00:00:26 00:00:07 00:00:03...
  • Page 77: Copying A Playlist Entry To The Playlist

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 76 Press the OK button at the end point of the scene. DVD-RAM(VR) 00:00:15 Sclence 23/APR/2004 06:43 MOVE The image and time of the end point are displayed in the End window. Press the …† buttons to select “Add”, and then press the OK button.
  • Page 78: Deleting A Playlist Entry From The Playlist

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 77 Press the MENU button after the operation has finished. The menu screen will disappear. You can create up to 999 scenes on one disc. In some cases, this may be different NOTE from the actual numbers. Deleting a Playlist Entry from the Playlist Using the PLA...
  • Page 79: Disc Manager

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 78 Disc Manager Editing the Disc Name Follow these instructions to give a name to a disc. Insert the disc, Press the MENU button with the disc stopped. DVD-RAM(VR) Title List MOVE Press the …† buttons to select “Disc Manager”, and then press the OK or √...
  • Page 80: Disc Protection

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 79 Disc Protection Disc Protect allows you to protect your discs from being formatted or deleted due to unintended operations. Press the MENU button with the disc stopped. DVD-RAM(VR) Title List MOVE Press the …† buttons to select “Disc Manager”, and then press the OK or √...
  • Page 81: Delete All Title Lists

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 80 DVD-RW You will be prompted with the confirmation message ‘Choose the recording format for DVD- RW.’ DVD-RW(VR) Disc Name Disc Protection Disc Format Delete All Title Lists Choose the recording format for DVD-RW. Cartridge Protection Inf DVD-VR √...
  • Page 82: Cartridge Protect Info

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 81 Cartridge Protection Info Disc Protection allows you to protect discs from disc formatting and program deletion due to unintended operations. The cartridge write protect tab should be set to the unprotect position to be able to make a recording to a DVD-RAM disc.
  • Page 83: Unfinalizing A Disc (V/Vr Mode)

    00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 82 You will be prompted with the message 'Do you want to finalise disc?'. If you select Yes, you will be prompt- ed again with the message ' Disc will be finalised. Do you want to continue?' DVD-RW(VR) Disc Name Disc Protection...
  • Page 84 00566A-D-R3_66~83 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 83 Press the œ √ buttons to select “Yes”, and then press the OK button. The disc is unfinalised. A DVD-RW can be finalised or unfinalised in Video mode. NOTE Finalise Mark DVD-Video(RW) Operation Same as DVD-Video A DVD-RW can be finalised or unfinalised in VR mode.
  • Page 85: Additional Information

    Troubleshooting ...84 Specification...88 - English Troubleshooting If your product malfunctions, go through the check- points below before contacting a Toshiba authorized service center. Power The input is displayed for a while when the power is turned on. The DVD recorder requires some time...
  • Page 86 00566A-D-R3_84~88 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 85 Differences between Using REC PAUSE Button and Using Stop Button during Recording Each press of the Stop button during Checkpoint 1 recording creates a title. When the REC PAUSE button is pressed, the paused state is kept.
  • Page 87: Timer Recording

    00566A-D-R3_84~88 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 86 Video The disc revolves, but no image or bad quality images are displayed. Check whether there is damage to or Checkpoint 1 any foreign material on your disc. Some low quality discs may not play Checkpoint 2 properly.
  • Page 88 Read the table of contents and then find and read the section describing your problem, and follow the instructions given. Turn your DVD recorder off and on. If the problem still persists, contact a nearby Toshiba service center. English -...
  • Page 89: Specifications

    00566A-D-R3_84~88 8/31/04 10:32 AM Page 88 Specifications Power requirements Power consumption Weight General Dimensions Operating temp. Other conditions Video (AV3, AV4) Audio(AV3, AV4) Input DV Input Receivable Channels Scart Jack Audio Output Video Scart Jack Picture Compression format Audio Compression format Recording Recording Quality Audio Frequency Response...