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|Originally posted by Creech|
I always record on high. If you are offloading your shows to your computer, you may as well record as high as possible and then just delete them from the Replay.
|Originally posted by djdementia|
If you record on high quality *and* you plan on burning to DVD, you will need to use software to "downgrade" it to DVD quality. High quality on Replay is actually better then DVD. This "downgrading" will take several hours per hour long show (depending on how fast your PC is).
If you record on medium quality it will be DVD compliant and you can burn straight to DVD without converting it first.
of course this doesn't matter if you don't plan on dvd burning