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What are the approximate recording times of the Extra Fine, Fine and Standard filming modes?

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Extra Fine (available on DVD-RAM discs) -- 20-60 minutes/side Fine (available on DVD-R and DVD-RAM discs) -- 30 minutes/side Standard (available on DVD-R and DVD-RAM discs) -- 60 minutes/side

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The amount of recording time on a disc depends on the recording mode selected. The approximate recording time for each of these modes is listed below:

  • HQ (High Quality): Recordable time is up to 20 minutes.
  • SP (Standard Play): Recordable time is up to 30 minutes.
  • LP (Long Play): Recordable time is up to 60 minutes.


  • NOTE: If you record in LP mode, the quality of the scenes may be degraded, or scenes with quick movement may appear with a block noise when you play back the disc.

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    First, try to refinalize the disc if it failed the first time by going into the edit menu. Sometimes finalization just fails the first time.

    If you are recording on 2-hr mode, and the length of your recording is an 1hr 50 min or more, there will not be enough space left on the disc to finalize. Going forward, your best solution would be to record in 3- or 4-hour mode for every 2 hrs worth of recording (6-hour mode for 3-5 hours of recording, etc.). Just to quickly decipher recording modes: 2-hr mode (sometimes called SP Mode, depending on DVD player) will record about 2 hours worth of material on a standard blank DVD (but some extra space would be required for finalization); 4-hour mode would record 4 hours worth of material on a standard DVD; 6-hour mode would record 6 hours, etc.

    As far as salvaging the recordings you have already made - load the burned, yet unfinalized DVD's into your computer. Copy the files onto the desktop or some easy-to-find location on your computer. Then use a program, free or otherwise (I personally reccomend Nero or Roxio), to re-burn the discs. The newer version of Nero automatically finalizes the disc, but some software requires you to select an option that allows you to "close disc" or "finalize" the disc. (In computer lingo, "closing" means the same thing as "finalizing").

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    Full size image: Approximately 48 seconds for Super Fine images, 5 seconds for Fine, 2 seconds for Standard, 1.5 sec for Economy Half size image: Approximately 12 seconds for Super fine images, 1.8 second for Fine, 1.5 second for Standard, 1.3 second for Economy. The recording time may vary according to the scenes.

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    How long can I record using a DVD-RAM disc?


    • Extra Fine mode (3-9Mbps record speed): Approx. 20 min. minimum per side. • Fine mode (6Mbps record speed): Approx. 30 min. per side (1 hour total). • Standard mode (3Mbps record speed): Approx. 1 hr. per side (2 hours total).

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    Variable Bit Rate recording is activated in the Extra Fine filming mode and solely with the use of DVD-RAM discs. In this mode, the incoming video data is analyzed and the bit rate is dynamically adjusted to optimize the compression of any given sequence. The benefits are higher quality videos and reduced file sizes, which results in efficient use of the amount of available disc space.

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