I don't have any experience with the RCA, but with other manufacturers the disc libary function is like a database that retains information about the contents of discs you have recorded. For example, if you had a number of discs in progress that were not finalized, you could call up the disc library and browse to see how much free space was remaining on each of the discs without having to insert each disc individually to get a readout of remaining space.
|Originally posted by opus312|
Playing around with an RCA recorder - having a few problems, RCA says to reset the machine, which will wipe out the disc library. What's the purpose of the disc library?