bookmarking using the Panasonic DMR-E500H

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  1. gpar123

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    Is it possible to bookmark a DVD using the DVD recorder Panasonic DMR-E500H?
     
  2. MuffKing

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    Not sure how you mean bookmark, but you can create markers (chapters) on DVD-RAM and HDD.
     
  3. OARDVD

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    And on DVD-R.
     
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    Unfortunately you can't create your own markers on DVD-R if you intend to finalise the disc though as the machine creates its own every 5 minutes.
     
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    Thanks for you help.

    What I actually meant was if it is possible to bookmark while watching a film so that you can find exactly the same place when you want to continue watching the film at a later date.

    I am new to panasonic and had a pioneer before where bookmarking was possible.

    Regards,
    George
     
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    Unfortunately the Panny's will only create them on playback, but I see what you mean.
     
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    True - if you add them directly to the DVD-R. But not true - if you add them to the title on the HDD prior to a HS dub to DVD-R, then you'll find that it retains them. It will lose them if you do a real-time re-encode though.
     

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