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    Panasonic DVD Recorder Problem

    Guys, I have a Panasonic DVD Recorder DMR -XW450, with the twin HD Tuners. I can record two digital TV channels simultaneously, without any problems. When I attempt to record an Austar channel (AV1) and a digital channel at the same time, the Austar channel tapes but the digital TV doesn't.

    It appears the recorder only accepts the AV1 channel to record, but will only record the digital channel, after the Austar has finished eg if we program a movie on digital, at say 12 midday and an Austar 1 hour program also at 12 midday. Only the last hour of the movie will record, why does this happen when we have two seperate tuners??

    Very frustrating!!

    Thanks and Regards.............dixie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixie View Post
    Guys, I have a Panasonic DVD Recorder DMR -XW450, with the twin HD Tuners. I can record two digital TV channels simultaneously, without any problems. When I attempt to record an Austar channel (AV1) and a digital channel at the same time, the Austar channel tapes but the digital TV doesn't.

    It appears the recorder only accepts the AV1 channel to record, but will only record the digital channel, after the Austar has finished eg if we program a movie on digital, at say 12 midday and an Austar 1 hour program also at 12 midday. Only the last hour of the movie will record, why does this happen when we have two seperate tuners??

    Very frustrating!!

    Thanks and Regards.............dixie.
    recording via an AV input requires encoding by your recorder, recording digital channels doesn't actually encode anything and just captures the digital data stream and allows you to play it back, encoding is fairly processor intensive and requires a lot of simultaneous read and write to the hard disc

    I would guess (and reasonably expect) that the machine is not capable of doing this and capturing a data stream (which is just one continuous feed) at the same time

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    Ok thanks for the reply.

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