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I'm just interested in your procedure (e.g., Send to VCR) and connections to archive ReplayTV material to DVD-R or DVD+R. Thanks!
 

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I have the Panasonic DMR-E80H which has a hard drive.

My Replay is a 5040.


I record the show [with Commercial Advance OFF] to the hard drive,

edit out the commercials, then durn to DVD-R.
 

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You can edit from the e80h. More accurate and less likely to leave in a commercial or leave out some of the program. Another option if you have your replay connected to a home network is to use darchive to extract show to your computer. Use womble to edit commercials and your favorate arthoring program to make menus, chapter stops etc. Then use a burning program if your arthoring program doesn't burn to your computer dvd recorder. I use dvd lab which works well. Details are available on various threads in this forum.
 

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The E80 does a Very good job of editing.


With a little practice you can almost not even notice them.


Practice on something you don't want first thou.

If you're like me, you may edit out the show & keep the commercials.

Luckely I'm not the only one whos' done that.


Panasonics' manual bites.

as to the rest of your original question;

I use S-Video out to the Panasonic & Save to vcr function.

You dont want the warning comming up that Replay will be recording something else on the DVD.
 

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So, does it take "real time" to transfer a show from the ReplayTV to the E80 with the "Save to VCR" function? Thanks!
 

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So, does it take "real time" to transfer a show from the ReplayTV to the E80 with the "Save to VCR" function? Thanks!
Yes.

I normally set it to dub when watching TiVo or overnight.
 
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