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post #181 of 182 Old 04-07-2016, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by snovvman View Post
Yeah--I was replying to MCaugusto's PM above, I just couldn't reply to his PM.

Thanks for the link above, it seems like there is a newer version here:
Interesting... some users say that the new JIAFENG® Specialized HD Recorder from your link, only saves the videos in .DAT format file.
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Yes it does exist - HDMI and Component Video Inputs +
Multiple Inputs & Outputs
  • HDMI
    (The BCD HDi will not record via HDMI from HDCP protected sources)
    Select Embedded Digital Audio or Separate Analog Audio In
  • Component (Y, R-Y, B-Y)
  • Composite (CVBS)
    Playback is through ALL outputs having appropriate resolution capability. For example, Composite playback (720x480) plays simultaneously through HDMI and Component at the same time. HD playback (1920x1024) will play simultaneously through HDMI and Component, but not Composite.
  • Selectable E-E Loop Through: Choose Record & Stop(Always) or only Record
Selectable Recording Formats
  • MPEG-4 (.mp4) - High resolution & excellent color.
    Records at the same resolution as the input.
  • MPEG-2 (.mp2) - General purpose MPEG encoding.
    Records at the same resolution as the input
  • MPEG-2/DVD - Special DVD-appropriate MPEG-2 encoding
    Scales the input to 720x480 for DVD producion
    Embeds appropriate DVD parameters in the bitstream.
Selectable Record Target
  • Internal Hard Disk Drive - typically 500GB
  • USB Drive/Stick (front panel)
  • Optical Disc - Record files direct-to-disc
  • Determines which input(s) have video
  • Detects Interlaced/Progressive on most formats
  • Detects Input Resolution: 720x480, 1280x720, 1920x1080. etc,
  • Network TCP/IP Commands
  • DHCP or Static IP
  • Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
  • RS-232 Serial Commands
  • Date, Time or Date & Time in the video
    Selectable position
Standard Storage
  • Internal 500 GB Hard Drive
  • Standard DVDRW Drive
Optional Slot Load DVD Drive/Removable Hard Drive

  • No broken trays!
  • Optional Removable HDD for complete security
    2.5" Hard Drive, formatted for NTFS.
    Compatiblewith Win7/8 systems
    NTFS-XP & EXF4 formating available
    Video Drive displays File Size and Drive Space Remaining

On-Board Help Video
In addition to help prompts, the HDi-250 has a 15-minute quick-start video to get you going...or to remind you of all it can do.

Copy video to...
  • DVD
    As individual files (DVD-ROM)
    As DVD-Video disc with Text Menus
    As DVD-Video with Motion Video Icons
  • USB Flash Drive - Front panel
  • Network Drive (Soon)
  • Record to RAM. No HDD. No evidence

Multiple Standards & Frame Rates
Your Input can be
  • NTSC 29.97/59.94
  • PAL 25/50
  • Film 23.98.24
  • Computer framerates
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