Some Q's about Panasonic DMR-HS2

ceejay

Active Member
Hi,

I read somewhere that when you record a movie on HD, and you edit out the commercials afterwards before you write it to DVD-R, you would end up with two (or more depending on how much pieces you've edited out) "titles"(whatever those may be) on your DVD-R, so the movie would not be in one piece.
That same article also said that copying to DVD-R takes as long as the material you're copying is (two hour movie takes two hours to put on a DVD-R), again after you edited stuff out.
Is this true?

thanks,
CJ
 

Spanglemaker

Active Member
If you use partial erase on the HDD, the movie will still be one 'program' on the HDD. Therefore when you transfer to DVD-R it will still be one program.

I believe HDD to DVD-R is always real time transfer, fast dubbing can be done HDD to DVD-RAM and vice-versa if you keep the same recording mode.

Chris.
 

Rob100

Well-known Member
I am considering buying on of these. Can someone please confirm that:

1) You can record from a RGB source (eg digibox) from the scart.

2) Any input (s-video, composite) fed to the recorder can be "routed" through and outputed RGB to the scart.

Thanks,


Rob.
 

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