Toshiba D-RW2SU DVR User Manual


 
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Recording Playback Editing
Introduction
Connections Basic Setup Function Setup Others
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On DVD-R discs
Standards
DVD-R for General Ver.2.0 discs can be used for
recording and playback.
Discs compatible with the following recording speed
can also be used:
Ver. 2.0/2
X
Ver. 2.0/4X
Ver. 2.0/8X
Select discs labeled “for video”, “for recording”,
“120 min.” etc.
Recording conditions
Images for which copying is prohibited or restricted
(copy once or copy prohibited) cannot be recorded.
We strongly recommend using any DVD-R 2
X, and
MAXELL DVD-R 16
X to assure good recording
quality.
Discs that have been tested and are proven to
be compatible with this recorder:
VERBATIM DVD-R 8X
MAXELL DVD-R 16X
On DVD-RW discs
Standards
Discs labeled DVD-RW Ver.1.1 or 1.2 can be used.
Discs compatible with the following recording speed
can also be used
Ver. 1.1/2
X
Ver. 1.2/4X
Select discs labeled “for video”, “for recording”,
“120 min.” etc.
Recording conditions
Images for which copying is prohibited (copy
prohibited) cannot be recorded. If the disc is
labeled as CPRM compatible, images for which
copying is restricted (copy once) can be recorded
in VR mode.
We strongly recommend using any DVD-RW 4x
disc to assure good recording quality.
Discs that have been tested and are proven to
be compatible with this recorder:
VERBATIM DVD-RW 2X
JVC DVD-RW 4X
Marks on DVD video discs
The following are examples of marks and the meanings.
Mark Meanings
Number of audio streams
recorded in the disc.
(2 streams such as English and
Japanese in this example.)
Number of subtitle languages
recorded in the disc.
(2 subtitle languages are recorded
in this example.)
Number of camera angles
recorded in the disc.
(3 camera angles are recorded in
this example.)
Pictures are recorded in the
standard picture shape (4:3
aspect ratio).
Pictures are recorded in the letter
box picture shape (4:3 aspect
ratio with horizontal black bars in
the top and bottom of pictures).
Pictures are recorded in the 16:9
wide picture shape.
TVs with 4:3 aspect ratio will
display them in the letter box
style.
Pictures are recorded in the 16:9
wide picture shape.
TVs with 4:3 aspect ratio will
display them in the pan scan style
(one or both sides of pictures are
cut).
Actual picture shape may vary
depending on the aspect ratio or
mode selection of the TV.
3
2
L
B
4
:
3
2
16:9 LB
16:9 PS
Because of problems and errors that can occur during the creation of DVD and CD software and/or the
manufacture of DVD and CD discs, Toshiba cannot guarantee that product will play every feature of every DVD
bearing the DVD logo and/or every CD bearing the CD logo. As one of the creators of DVD technology, Toshiba
DVD players are manufactured using the highest standards of quality, and as a result, such incompatibilities are
rare. If you happen to experience any difficulty playing a DVD or a CD on product, please feel free to contact us via
the method listed in the “How to Obtain Warranty Services” section on page 155.
DVD players with are capable of playing DVD-RW recorded in VR mode.