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You can use your VCR as the player or the recorder.
Edit To Or From Another 1 VCR
Player VIDEO OUT Your VCR
Connect an AV cable between the playerâs VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT connectors and the recorderâs VIDEO IN and AUDIO IN connectors.
â If using another VCR with an S-VIDEO input or output connector, it is recommended to use the S-VIDEO connection to minimize picture degradation while editing. â When using your VCR as the recorder and a monaural VCR as the player, connect the playerâs AUDIO OUT connector to the AUDIO IN L connector on the recorder.
S VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT Audio/Video cable (supplied) S-Video cable (supplied)
Insert the playback cassette into the player and the cassette to be recorded on into the recorder.
SET RECORDERâS INPUT MODE
Set to "AUX". With this VCR, press the NUMBER key "0"
and/or CH to select depending on the connector being used â "L-1" for the rear AUDIO/VIDEO IN connector, or "F-1" for the front AUDIO/VIDEO IN connector.
S VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
If you use your VCR as the recorder and have connected another VCR to your VCR's S-VIDEO IN connector, you need to set "REAR AUX INPUT" to "S-VIDEO" at the Function screen. Follow steps 4 â 6 from the "Edit From A Camcorder" section ( pg. 52).
ENGAGE TAPE DUBBING MODE
Recorder VIDEO IN Another VCR
4 5 6
Follow steps 12 â 14 from the "Edit From A Camcorder" section ( pg. 53).
Advantages Of S-VHS Editing
S-VHS allows you make high resolution video recordings when dubbing from one VCR to another. You can edit from VHS to S-VHS, from S-VHS to VHS, or from S-VHS to S-VHS. â From VHS to S-VHS (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Record VHS playback signals in the S-VHS mode. Although the picture quality is inherently limited by the orignal VHS source material, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. â From S-VHS to VHS (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Because the picture quality of the source material is very high, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. â From S-VHS to S-VHS (S-VIDEO connection): A high resolution copy is made of a high resolution original SVHS tape with minimal picture degradation. This is the preferred method of video dubbing. Set to its play mode.
If the player is equipped with a superimpose/OSD disable feature then set "SUPERIMPOSE" to OFF before pressing PLAY ( pg. 28).
Set to its record mode.
â Be sure to set "TAPE DUB MODE" back to "OFF" when you finish editing. â When "TAPE DUB MODE" is set to "ON" Active Video Calibration is deactivated in order to provide better picture quality edits. â If you use an auxiliary input to connect a cable box or DBS receiver make sure that the correct input ("L-1", "F-1" or "SVIDEO") is selected after you have finished editing ( step 6, page 52).
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