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How do I set up my JND-3308RK video recorder system?

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Set it up in accordance with the instructions you receive from the manufacturer/distributor in response to your request.

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How to record music on youtube


After downloading, install and launch the program.
On the main interface, click gear icon and select "Settings" from the menu. In the pop-up window, set the input audio source as "System sound".
Play the YouTube video, back to the recorder interface and click red record button.
While you record YouTube audio online, the software will identify the music info.
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Why is the red square always flashing on the display go video model ddv-d550?


That would be the timer record indicator. It has either a setting that has not completed (due to a transmission error) or you have set something by mistake to record something on a daily basis and is waiting to be shut down or have something to record on inserted.
Clearing the record screen should clear this. If it doesn't then is a system fault. If this uses a tape, the mode switch will be faulty.

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Get the unit to turn on my recorder for recording what the camera see's


You are likely asking a question about recording "Motion Detection", yes?

Ron, this option is most likely to be accessed in the Setup menu of your system. Please know, a motion trigger is not without some drawbacks, mainly: it can miss some "action" to begin with.

If you have a good-sized Hard Disk Drive in your recorder, just set it to record always, and to record over the old stuff when it gets full. I have a "mid-sized" 500 GB HDD, strapped to 14 cameras, and it is good to go for about two weeks worth of recording every camera.

It is very likely that specific questions - like this one - can be answered by the manufacturer of your system, online, and "live", through an online "Chat" service. Surveillance Cameras are a hot item, and service is the name of the game, so most manufacturers have a live chat 24/7

Plug in the name of your system to Google, look for the website, and check it out. If your system is NOT "on the list", go to a website that has a system that just "looks" like yours, and lie to the chat person about it. Download a copy of the instruction manual, too. Print it out and set it near the recorder, for future reference.

Play with and practice with your system. Be sure you know how to easily "rewind" the video, and be able to show the police what you have captured and recorded if need be. Practice loading up a selected video to a flash USB drive for them, too. Keep a $5 one plugged into the unit for just that purpose. PRACTICE! Remember that ONE WRONG CLICK and you will forever lose the video! Do NOT play with it when you are excited or in a hurry, or you will surely goof it up, man.

Good luck, Ron!

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Is my Magnavox 1T HDD rECORDER COMPABILE WITH cOMCAST cable Box ?


If your Comcast box has a composite output, you'll be able to record SD shows. Use RCA composite video and audio cables between the box and the recorder. You'll have to set the box to the channel you want to record and leave it on. Then set the HDD/DVD unit to record from video input (L1 rear, L2 front) for the appropriate length of time. The manual explains this. The manual is available from Funai who built the unit with the Magnavox name: http://funaiport.com/upload/MAGNAVOX/Manual/MDR537H_EN_OM.pdf . See pages 19 and 42. If your TV and/or cable box only have a limited number of video inputs/outputs, you may need to daisy chain the composite video cables from the cable box to the DVD/HDD unit's video in. Then connect another composite cable from the DVD/HDD video out to the TV.

This Magnavox unit can only read analog (NTSC) cable video signals without a set top box. You will not be able to record a show and then watch another with the cable box.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I know that my cable system's box has a composite video out. So it does work with most of the Comcast boxes. Many of the manuals are available here: http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/cable-tv/cable-box-user-manuals/ )

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Are you sure the cameras are capable of motion sensing and make sure that you do not need an additional control cable to the camera to make that work.

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check if both the operating system and the video call software have selected your voice recording device

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You can also view your previous recording right from GV main screen by just pressing F10 key and then select the date and time you wanna watch recording for.

Thanks

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