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High Speed Dub Question on Panasonic DMRE100

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by sdm197, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. sdm197

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    Hi Everyone,

    Just a quick question, when dubbing from the HDD to DVD if you high speed dub is there any loss of quality than say if you done the same dub in real time? Any replies would be welcome.

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    Steve.
     
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    There is no loss of quality if you do a high speed dub - it's effectively the same as copying a file from a HDD to a Floppy on a PC - an entirely digital transfer.

    Real time transfers however do have a reduction in quality although it is normally only minimal.
     

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