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Using The Proper Disc; Unrecordable Material - Sharp DV-HR300F Operation Manual

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Using the Proper Disc

Select the disc and recording format to be used
according to the objective of the recording.
Select the disc and recording format by referring
to the table below.
Objective
• When you want to play
back a recorded disc with
a DVD player or DVD
Video compatible PC
• When you want to
repeatedly record and
erase a recorded disc
• When you want to edit
a disc recorded with
this Recorder
• When playing back with
a DVD-RW compatible
player with the
following indication
• When you want to
repeatedly record and
erase a recorded disc
• When you want to
record a "Copy Once"
satellite broadcast, etc.
• When you want to play
back a recorded disc with
a DVD player or DVD
Video compatible PC
• When not re-recording a
recorded disc (when
making a permanent
recording or when you
do not want the
recording to be erased)
12
GB
Disc Used
Recording Format
Recordable
Video mode
DVD-RW disc
recording
Ver. 1.1 or Ver.
+
1.1 (CPRM
finalization
compatible)
Recordable
VR mode
DVD-RW disc
recording
Ver. 1.1 or
+
Ver. 1.1
(finalization)
(CPRM
compatible)
Recordable
VR mode
DVD-RW disc
recording
Ver. 1.1
(CPRM
compatible)
Recordable
Video mode
DVD-R disc
recording
+
finalization
4.7

Unrecordable Material

Æ Æ Æ Æ Æ This Recorder is equipped with a copy guard
function that prevents recording of video software
or broadcast programmes that contain a signal that
restricts copying in accordance with copyrights and
so forth.
Example:
• DVD videos
• PPV (pay-per-view) broadcasts
Æ Æ Æ Æ Æ The proper image may not be obtained in the case
a copy guard signal is contained in the images
input from equipment connected to the external
input jacks (LINE 1, LINE 2, LINE IN 3 or DV IN) of
this Recorder.
Example:
• Images not output at proper brightness
• Incorrect output of picture size and other data
Connect such equipment directly to your TV
without going through this Recorder.
Æ Æ Æ Æ Æ In the case a copy guard signal is contained in a
source video that occurs part way through record-
ing, recording is paused at that point. Recording
resumes when the copy guard signal is no longer
present, while no recordings will be made for the
part where the copy prevention signal is present.

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