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Continues dvd when i burned my movie to dvd on my pc, it pauseing every time when i turned my recorder of. whow i make the dvd continues.

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MPEG files can be joined by a software program, Im sure the other formats can be joined as well. Look it up

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I want to record Turner Classic Movies from my cable to a dvd. I then want to edit out parts I don't want. Some movies are good but have just a few scenes that are not appropriate for family viewing....


The dvd recorder will not automatically edit out parts you don't want to see....the easiest way is to watch the movie live and if you know the part you don't want to record, press pause during the part and resume when it's done. Otherwise you will have to load the whole movie from dvd to your computer, get an editing software and cut out the scenes you don't want. There are lots of these simple programs on the market and some are even free.
Quickest way is to watch it real time and push pause on the objectionable parts.
Hope this helps.

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HOW DO YOU BURN A DVD ON A SONY DVD RECORDER RDR


Make sure your Sony input signal is on L1 or L3 (the inputs in back of recorder) or on L2 which is for inputs for cameras(located in front).Once you get a signal, you're where you need to be. Choose your recording mode for recording speed (pull down the flap on the remote control for this button and also the input button).
Choose from between1 hour and six hours. To archive really important stuff, stick with the first 3 speeds. TV recording can be on 3, 4 or 6 hour mode.
Push the record/pause button once. This will put the recorder into the record/pause mode and then it awaits you pushing it again to start recording immediately. Just pushing record will force the machine into a 3 to five second delay before actually recording anything so you might mess up and miss the first few seconds of your input. Suggest you use a dvr-rw or dvd+rw to practice on.

When your recording is done, just push the pause again. It stops recording but allows you to add more on to the first recording without starting a new chapter if you want. Just continue to release the pause button to continue.
If you are satisfied that you are finished, then push the pause button to stop recording. Wait for the info to be written(flashing message on screen). When it stops, you may play the dvd.
Notice- since the dvd has not been FINALIZED, you may only play it back on this unit without finalizing. It will not play on other dvd players unless you finalize it first.
To finalize, look on remote for the TOOL button. Press it once. Now push DISC INFO once. Use arrow keys and enter button on remote for the following. Scroll down to FINALIZE and press enter.
Use arrow keys to scroll to OK. push the ENTER button. Finalizing should take between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.

Warning- if titles or chapters are to typed in, it must be done BEFORE finalizing. Finalizing afterwards cannot be done.
Erasing can be done in part or all if using an RW+ or RW- disc

Dave
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Nov 19, 2009 | Sony RDR-GX300 DVD Recorder

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D1lee@airmail.net DRC8320N, records with intermittent pauses


just a long shot here but have you tried giving it's case a thump it could have a dry joint....

Sep 14, 2009 | RCA DRC8300N DVD Recorder/VCR

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DR 389 DVD player


Try one of these:

1) Press 'setup' on remote control
2) Move down to the 'lock' picture
3) Press '0000000'
4) Select region code as '0'

Or

1) Power on player with no disc in tray
2) Press PAUSE
3) Key in 314159
5) For multi-region, select 0
6) Press PAUSE again
7) Power off player
8) Wait a minute turn it on.

Apr 22, 2009 | Televison & Video

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I have wasted 4 hours with 1 of your so called (experts) i want answers not excuses


Don't know if I can help or not, but this what I do.
I've downloaded the DIVx player and converter software (free) to my computer. I can download mpeg, avi movies, etc, and convert them to DIVx format if I need to. The DIVx player has a 'burn' feature that is fast and burns them in a DIVx format. My old DVD Recorder will not play DIVx format but my 'cheap' Phillips will. I just keep it hooked up to my old DVD recorder through the front RCA input jacks. When I want to play a DIVx movie and watch it on the TV, I use the cheap Phillips player. I have to change the input on my old DVD Recorder to 'Front Input. I usually record the movie on a DVD R in my DVD Recorder while I'm watching it if I want to keep a copy to play later on the DVD Recorder. Most of the time, I burn the movies to RW DVD and erase them later.

I don't remember the web site for the DIVx players and converters, but you should be able to find it with a search.

Hope this helps.

Jan 16, 2009 | Televison & Video

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DVD pauses in the middle of the movie


who ever told you that well... doesnt know dvd players very much no mater what wene ever you watch a movie or anything there is no data transfer back to the cd it is a one way process unless you were burning the dvd which you would not be able to watch it at that time. as for the pausing thing take a soft cloth and clean the cd then get a can of compressed air and blow it into the slots to make sure that it is clean inside the machine. if that does not work then your problem is with the dvd. does it do it with other dvd's or just that one?

Jan 08, 2009 | Pioneer DV-09 DVD Player

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Dvd compatibility


use nero 7 8 to make your movies best easyest

Jan 22, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Dubbing vhs to dvd


If you try and record a video with copygaurd it will only record a tiny section. If you press stop or return for 3 seconds you will cancel the recording, try pressing the pause button you edit out adverts, i have not tried this yet but it might work.

Dec 31, 2007 | Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD Recorder/VCR

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Inconsistently not transferring entire video


I use a 2.8gb Panasonic DVD ram disk on the XL quality setting. I do not finalize it when it is full. I place it in my computer drive, and use the Panasonic software that came with the camera to download it. It is stored as lossless mpeg2 in an untitled file in my Vista PC computer. From there I pick it up with either Windows movie maker or Pinnacle studio 11. I never lose a frame. I hope this helps you. I nearly lost my mind learning how to get the best quality out of this camera! It is very good for a consumer grade camera and the low price. The user manual could be written better.
Walt Barrett
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