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Toshiba RD-XS32SB help needed

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by flored, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. flored

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    I am tryiing to copy something from the HDD to DVD. The HDD was recorded in SP and I need to transfer to DVD in LP.. I would like to do this with some kind of fast dubbing .. I have tried many methods but only seem to be able to get it transfer in real time ?
    can anyone help

    Thanks

    mark :)
     
  2. hi-tech-geek

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    There are many restrictions on fast dubbing on almost all recorders.
    I do not know the Toshiba, I do not know of any HD recorder that allow you to fast dub if you change the bit rate. Some would allow only to VR mode (-RW) and not video mode (-R disc) whatsoever.
     
  3. nunew33

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    Flored, its reencoding so it can only do it in real time. Effectively playing image and pushing it throughthe encoder as if it were recording off live TV.

    High speed dubbing only happens when you arent re encoding eg when you copy a playlist or original to HDD or disc.
     
  4. Paul_Lee

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    Whats the difference between the RDXS32 and the RDXS32B?
     
  5. nunew33

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    The spelling?
     
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    I think the B means black and S means silver. Although I just bought one from Unbeatable advertised as RD-XS32SB, it was silver! The manual clearly says RXS32SB. The use of a B or S suffix to denote colour seems quite common.
     
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    Whilst this is certainly true of the RD-XS32SB and AFAIK all current HDD DVD recorders for the CE market, I’d just like to point out that the limitation is not due to the reencoding per se but more to the fact that the speed of the chips which are used in today’s recorders limit the (re)encoding to 1x. If the manufacturers decide that there’s sufficient demand, and the cost of faster chips has dropped to the correct price point for them, then in the near future we could see faster-than-realtime HDD to DVD transfers with reencoding. These faster chips would also benefit the machines which have 2-pass encoding (if they don't use them already).
     
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    There is only one colour!

    hy doesnt someone ring toshiba and ask them!
     
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    FLORED

    Rate conversion dubbing can be achieved Page 112 of the manual.



    The rates are pre-set so you have to choose the one most likely to fit:thumbsup:
     

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