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PANASONIC DVD RAM DISC RECORDING

Hello from Australia.I've just recorded some programs from Television to the PanasonicDVD Ram disc. Two hour standard play. I've used the long play and extended play option so I can extended it's length. I'm utilizing the DMR-ES30V machine as it's plugged in to record from the television.I've also just purchased the DMR-EX88, can this machine play the information I've recorded on the RAM disc, which was from the DMR ES30V. It's going from one Panasonic machine to the other. If so what's the process.Let me know. sabojams

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  • sabojams Nov 23, 2008

    Hello, I cannot finalize as the machine DMR-ES30V does not give me that option because it's a RAM disc rewritable. I've already looked into previously in the exact way you suggested. I can format the disc but will mean erasing all data.
    Any other solutions.
    Seb

  • sabojams Nov 23, 2008

    Hello from Australia.I've just recorded some programs from Television to the PanasonicDVD Ram disc. Two hour standard play. I've used the long play and extended play option so I can extended it's length. I'm utilizing the DMR-ES30V machine as it's plugged in to record from the television.I've also just purchased the DMR-EX88, can this machine play the information I've recorded on the RAM disc, which was from the DMR ES30V. It's going from one Panasonic machine to the other. If so what's the process.Let me know. sabojams

  • sabojams Nov 23, 2008

    Hello from Australia.I've just recorded some programs from Television to the PanasonicDVD Ram disc. Two hour standard play. I've used the long play and extended play option so I can extended it's length. I'm utilizing the DMR-ES30V machine as it's plugged in to record from the television.I've also just purchased the DMR-EX88, can this machine play the information I've recorded on the RAM disc, which was from the DMR ES30V. It's going from one Panasonic machine to the other. If so what's the process.Let me know. sabojams

  • sabojams Nov 23, 2008

    Yes, I've already done this.
    It works.
    Sometime ago I recorded info on a normal dvd disc, finalized the disc and it didi play on the other machine.
    It's simply the case that some machines do not play rewritable DVD's.
    Okay
    sabojams

  • sabojams Nov 23, 2008

    Okay that's fine!!!

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Yes,its very much possible,  but because the format is different, you have to reformat the disc.to make it work properly. check out the link which i m sending in my next comment that will guide you from all the procedure of how to do that .just check out my next comment and click the link directly in that comment.

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The problem is that it's a rewriteable. Try using a disc that is not an RW. Some machines just wont play a RW. With a ram disc that is not RW record a program and play it in the 2nd machine, should work. Please post back and let me know how it works out.

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Hi
check your dvd in computer.
if it play with power dvd
download this software it suports various dvd plugins also winmedia 11 supports dvd plgins.
check its properties means its file type.


http://www.click-now.net/download/PowerDVD.htm

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

To my knowledge the only basic requirement to play a recorded disc into another machine (even of the same brand) is that the disc must be finalized. The recorder must be instructed that no further recording is intended and that the recorded disc wold be in use externally (some other standalone player).

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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    Louie Role Nov 23, 2008

    Appreciate your postback and additional information.

    The operative word now is "rewritable". A question pls, do you have a DVD burner in your computer? If yes, could you try and check if your computer can read the contents of the rewritable disc in question?



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    Louie Role Nov 23, 2008

    Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".



    Since both are record capable:



    • hook the Video and Left/Right Audio OUT of the DMR-ES30V to one of the composite/matching INPUT of the DMR-EX88;

    • use the DMR-ES30V as a player and the DMR-EX88;

    • to be able to watch and monitor the output, temporarily hook up the OUTPUT of the DMR-EX88 to the INPUT of the TV.



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    Louie Role Nov 23, 2008

    and of course the blank disc to be used in the DMR-EX88 is not a rewriatable but a standard DVD Recordable that could be finalized.



  • Louie  Role
    Louie Role Nov 23, 2008

    and of course the blank disc to be used in the DMR-EX88 is not a rewritable but a standard DVD Recordable that could be finalized.



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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

Since both are record capable:

  • hook the Video and Left/Right Audio OUT of the DMR-ES30V to one of the composite/matching INPUT of the DMR-EX88;
  • use the DMR-ES30V as a player and the DMR-EX88;
  • to be able to watch and monitor the output, temporarily hook up the OUTPUT of the DMR-EX88 to the INPUT of the TV.

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