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Here it is from the manual:
There are various external signal inputs in the unit, including S-Video, composite video, TV tuning, DV input and
stereo audio input. You can select any group of audio and video signals from these inputs for recording.
There are six available recording modes of different qualities, including SLP (6 hours), EP (4 hours), LP (3 hours),
SP+ (2.5hours), SP (2 hours) and HQ (1 hour).
The unit has a function of timer recording. You can set up a recording schedule in advance. The unit will record
the programs that you select automatically.
Entering the recoding mode and menu description:
To enter the recording mode:
1. In the disc mode, press the INPUT button to enter the Monitoring Mode. The Monitoring Mode can be regarded
as a sub-mode of the Recording Mode.
2. The system will automatically enter the Recording Mode when the setup time is reached. For details about timer
recording, see Timer Recording for reference.
3. In the Recording Mode, press the DISPLAY button to show or hide the recording control bar menu.
Recording Source: You can select which video input the unit should record from. The following options are available: Rear
Composite, Rear S-Video, Tuner, Front Composite, DV, and YPbPr Input
Press the INPUT button (repeatedly) to change the video source and select one of the above.
Note: If you are recording from a rear source, make sure your audio connections are connected to the rear audio inputs.
If you are recording from a front source, make sure your audio connections are connected to the front audio inputs.