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Recording from VHS to DVD

HOW DO i KNW HOW MUCH DVD ROOM IS LEFBE T SO I MIGHT RECORD MORE ON THE SAME DISK AND HOW O I FINISH A DISK SO IT CAN'T

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First, you will need to know if the program was recorded in XP mode, SP mode, LP mode, or EP mode. To find out how much room there is left, put the dvd in the tray and press the Disc Menu/List button on the JVC remote. This will display the title and how long it is - write that number down. It will also say either "XP,SP, LP, or EP" - write down that mode. In XP mode, a DVD will hold 1 hr and 20 mins worth of prgramming - MAXIMUM. SP mode = 2 hours. LP mode = 4 hours. EP = 6 hours. So, if your program is one hour, and you recorded in LP mode, you have 4 - 1 = 3 hours of space left for recording on that disc.

If you finalize a disc, you will no longer be able to add more programs to that disc, unless the disc is a + or - RW disc. Also note that finalization requires some disc space, so if you recorded a program that is exactly 1hr and 20 mins long, and you recorded it in XP mode, then the disc will probably not finalize correctly.

That being said, the finalization directions are on p. 23 of your manaul: Title --> Finalize --> => --> find finalize --> Enter --> OK --> Enter

Now it will play on other players.

Here is a link to the user manual:
http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/93/LPT1133-001A.pdf

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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consult professional advise before acquiring an devices and mediums

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Consult a technical expert when the need requires it.



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