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I don't know but I doubt it. I am recording them all to DVDs so it doesn't matter for that application since I can't record in HD anyway. When I watch them on an upscaling DVD player they look pretty good but not HD.
 

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Originally Posted by joed32 /forum/post/12896668


I don't know but I doubt it. I am recording them all to DVDs so it doesn't matter for that application since I can't record in HD anyway. When I watch them on an upscaling DVD player they look pretty good but not HD.

I record HD (widescreen) stuff to DVD all the time. I record from my HR20 to the hard drive of my Panny DMR-HS2 DVD recorder, edit it, then burn it to DVD.


You can then either stretch the content on your DVD player (due to the widescreen flag missing in the .IFO files) or copy the files to your PC, use IFO Edit to edit the headers(I set them to pan and scan 16 x 9 widescreen), then burn the files to another DVD.


When viewed on an upconverting DVD player, they look very close to being HD.
 
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