Managing Your Personal Video Library
A recorded program remains in your personal video library until you decide to delete it, unless you have it set to
delete when space is needed. Your DVR will record and store up to 40 hours of standard definition programming
and up to 40 hours of High Definition programming*. To make the most efficient use of DVR storage space, follow
To Delete Recordings
From the program information screen, select the
the Delete Priority. For example, you can tell the guide to delete the recording when space is needed.
1. Connect the Cable Out or OUT 1 (TV) connection on the back of the DVR to the Cable IN of your VCR.
2. Put a tape in your VCR.
3. Access your list of Recorded Programs.
4. Use the
buttons on your remote to highlight a program from your list of Recorded Programs. Press OK to
select a program.
5. From the Information Screen, select
6. Start recording on the VCR when playback begins.
7. As the recording plays, it is taped to your VCR.
Note: Refer to your VCR User Manual for specific instructions on using your VCR.
Icon to delete the recording, or select the
Copy Recordings to A VCR Tape
After you watch a recording, decide to either erase it or
keep it permanently by transferring it to a VCR tape.
When you copy recordings to a VCR tape, make sure
that the recording is displayed on the TV screen for the
entire time the recording is being copied. If you
change channels or display guide screens during the
copying process, your tape copy will contain these
images and you will not have a complete copy of the
to resume play from where you left off or select
To help you manage your personal video library,
i-Guide will advise you with an on-screen notice when
the available memory gets low or full.
If recording space becomes full during a recording, the
recording will stop. Make sure you have enough
recording space to record the entire program before
you begin to avoid missing part of the program.
* Recording HD programing requires a DVR connection to a
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