Question about Panasonic DMR-EH50 DVD Recorder
Hi There, Perhaps I'm a complete dufus but I just can't seem to finalize my recorded DVD (recorded from TV). The unit just doesn't seem to go to a menu that will allow me to select "finalize". Can someone please run me thorugh the procedure. Thanks a lot.
WITH THE DEVICE SET TO DVD AND NOT HDD
GO TO OTHERS PRESS ENTER.
GO TO DISK MANAGEMENT PRESS ENTER
GO TO FINALIZE AND FOLLOW THE ON SCREEN INSTRUCTIONS
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You can record and finalize DVD+Rs one time. After you fill a DVD+R or
complete all the recordings you want on a single DVD+R, finalize it.
Otherwise, the DVD+R will play only on this Recorder.To play the Disc on
other DVD Players, you must finalize it first.
Once you finalize a DVD+R, you cannot record on it anymore or make
editing changes.Therefore, make sure the Disc is as you want it before you
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press
; to select in the top left
corner of the menu bar at the top of the TV screen.
9 repeatedly to select in the second screen,
9 repeatedly to select Finalize disc. Finalize disc
appears in the menu only when an unfinalized DVD+R is in the
"Finalizing" will appear in the menu.The process may
take a few minutes.
When finalization is complete, the Index
picture screen will reappear.
You cannot unfinalize a DVD+R, and you cannot record or
edit the DVD+R after you finalize it.
A DVD+R will play on other DVD Players only after the
Disc is finalized.
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