But ... but ... butt ...
REAL TIME ... ARGHHHHHH!!!
OK ... got that out of my system.
Another feature that I'm less than thrilled with is the HDD indexing. It looks like all you get is numerical order based on what got recorded first. Could get interesting as the movies start to pile up, as the only way I see to read the titles is to select them individually in the index. Also looks like the Maggie sets the index pic to the first frame, which is really really dumb as that's always gonna be a black frame if you edit the start and end frames for a clean playback. If that's the case, too bad there's no way to just go with a text listing ...
(me me me meeeeeeee ...Are we in voice, Winstead?)ARGHHHHHHHHHH!!!
Once again ... I can deal with that. I've been scratching notes and using an Excel spreadsheet for the DVDs I've ripped with the Pannies. Print a catalog for the TV room and scratch a update sheet - repeat when necessary.
Question: Any navigation shortcuts on the HDD index? I was hoping I'd be able to punch in a movie number at least to jump there and save a couple steps.
On the bright side, playback is real nice at LP resolution. Is that like 480P or thereabouts? What quality is most popular?
PS ... looks like the 537 may have cleaned up some of the concerns in title splits and editing, or I just got lucky. Also did some test commercial cuts and that went well. The frame tracking is right on the money with the finished edit.