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Re: Using "set-top" DVD recorders w/HDD to archive -- any experiences/thoughts?

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BorjisRe: Using "set-top" DVD recorders w/HDD to archive -- any experiences/thoughts?
by on Sep 2, 2005 at 4:13:09 pm



The maximum technical limit of DVD is 16x unless I've missed something.
So 16x is as fast as you could do it.

All of the multi-function recorders I've seen (with the hard drive and ethernet)
still require that what you put on the disc be an mpeg2 compliant video file.

It won't take a quicktime and encode it for you.

but you could playback your FCP timeline to the unit and record
it in realtime that way. Thats a big time saver.

If your TV Station is going to rely on a recorder for operations then the
only unit you should be considering is the Pioneer PRV-LX1.



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