Panasonic E55

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by nick164, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. nick164

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    Hi to all

    Sorry if Im asking an obvious question here, Im thinking of buying a E55 but am bothered by compatability of recordings with other dvd players.

    If I was to record onto DVD Ram could I then edit and transfer this to a -R disk that could be given to someone else to play ? Would I need to use a pc to do this or can it be done using the Panasonic machine ?? If not would I require a recorder with Hard drive attached to allow me to copy from the Ram disk ??

    Would be very grateful for any advice or recommendations.

    Thanks
     
  2. Rasczak

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    With any standalone DVD recorder you can either make compatible recordings OR make editted ones. If you want to do both you either have to get a HDD/DVDR combo or follow the PC Guide thread.

    With a Panasonic the DVD-RAMs will play in very few players (new Panasonic, JVC and some Thompson or NAD players) but offers great features such as editting. Whereas it also offers DVD-R recording which will play in everything but offers no editting.
     

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