Manuel d'utilisation / d'entretien du produit PRV-LX1 du fabricant Univex
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DVD recorder PRV-LX1 Operating Instructions .
2 PRV -LX1 En For pluggable Equipment, The Socket-Outlet Shall Be Installed Near The Equipment and Shall Be Easily Accessible. DANGER – VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIA TION WHEN OPEN. A VOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM. W ARNING – TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
3 PRV -LX1 En Confirm Supplied Accessories Remote control unit (1) AA batteries (2) Air filter replacements set (1) READ INSTRUCTIONS — All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. RET AIN INSTRUCTIONS — The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
4 PRV -LX1 En Contents IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...... 2 Precautions .................................................. 5 Preparations for Use: Basic Information ... 8 Features ..................................................... 11 Example of System Composition and Recording Component Setup .
5 PRV -LX1 En Precautions Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly . 7 Care must be taken not to infringe copyright restrictions under the laws of each country .
6 PRV -LX1 En Precautions Data Protection in Event of Power Failure While operating this unit, if a power failure occurs, the main power switch is turned OFF , the power cord is disconnected, or other interruption in AC power occurs, the data recorded on the HDD and DVD may be lost.
7 PRV -LX1 En Precautions Cleaning Care of the Unit ∞ Normal cleaning should consist of dry wiping the unit with a soft cloth. In the event of severe soiling, make a dilution of 1 part neutral deutergent in 5 or 6 parts water . Dip a soft cloth in the solution and wring well, then wipe away the dirt, followed by a gentle wiping with a soft dry cloth.
8 PRV -LX1 En Preparations for Use: Basic Information About DVD-R / DVD-RW Discs ∞ The DVD-R/RW (video mode) discs recorded on this unit can be finalized (see page 43) to allow them to be played* on other standalone DVD players, automobile DVD players, or DVD players installed in computers.
9 PRV -LX1 En 1: English (5.1ch Surround) 2: Spanish (2ch Surround) 1: English 2: Spanish Scope Size NTSC 1 2 3 4 5 DVD disc box information When you buy a DVD-Video in the shops, the back of the disc box usually contains various information about the contents of the disc.
10 PRV -LX1 En Front left speaker Front right speaker Front left speaker Front right speaker Right surround speaker Left Surround speaker Center speaker Front left speaker Front right speaker Right surround speaker Left Surround speaker Center speaker Sub-woofer “ 0.
11 PRV -LX1 En Features [Product Introduction] The PRV -LX1 (single-DVD-drive/twin-DVD-drive) is a DVD recorder developed by Pioneer for dedicated use in DVD-Video production. The broad range of interface supports built into the PR V -LX1 allows the input of professional mastering media (tapes) using professional component *1 video signals.
12 PRV -LX1 En Writer 1 Output Board (optional) Input Board (optional) Writer 2 Video Monitor Keyboard/mouse (USB connector) HDD (USB connector) Internal HDD REC monitor / GUI display Note: Note: Supported discs: DVD-R (general use), DVD-RW * (Must be purchased separately) At present, GUI is not output from the VGA (GUI) output connectors.
13 PRV -LX1 En 7 Regarding Recording T ime Recording to Hard Disk Drive = About 23-100 hours * The capacity of the hard disk drive usable for recording is about 100 GB; continuous recording can be performed until no more capacity remains, or up to a maximum of 100 hours.
14 PRV -LX1 En Front Panel Facilities Names of Parts No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name ST ANDBY/ON button Display sections PLA Y/REC indicator DISC indicator EJECT button ( 0 ) Drive 2 cosmetic panel DVD1, DVD2, HDD (Hard disk Drive) indicators DRIVE SELECT button PREVIEW button Function When the unit is in the standby condition, pressing this button causes the power to come on; the power indicator (to the left of the button) changes from orange to green.
15 PRV -LX1 En Names of Parts No. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Name STOP button ( 7 ) PLA Y button ( 3 ) P AUSE button ( 8 ) REC button ( ¶ ) MOUSE/KEYBOARD connectors STEP FWD button ( E ) STEP REV button ( e ) SCAN/SKIP FWD button ( ¡ / ¢ ) SCAN/SKIP REV button ( 1 / 4 ) ENTER button CURSOR buttons ( 5 , 3 , ∞ , 2 ) Filter cover (2) FUNCTION button (*4) DISPLA Y button Remote control sensor ( Î ) VOLUME knob PHONES jack Function Functions to stop recording or playback.
16 PRV -LX1 En Names of Parts Rear Panel Facilities SIGNAL GND 19 20 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Name AC IN connector Main power switch AUDIO CH1/L CH2/R IN/OUT connectors S-VIDEO IN/OUT connectors COMPOSITE VIDEO IN/OUT connectors COMPONENT VIDEO IN/OUT connectors DV connector Fan motor L TC connector (*2) EXT SYNC IN and through Output connector T erminate switch SIGNAL GND terminal REMOTE IN/OUT connectors PCM/ 2 DIGIT AL OUT connector ETHERNET connector MOUSE/KEYBOARD connectors VGA (GUI) connector UPS connector Expansion slot 1 Expansion slot 2 Function Connect to power cord.
17 PRV -LX1 En Names of Parts *1 Inputs are compatible with signal levels for both BET A and SMPTE (NTSC only). However , since outputs are based on DVD format, they differ from BET A and SMPTE levels. As a result, outputs should be used only for monitoring.
18 PRV -LX1 En V ideo Clip Management and Disc Authoring Procedure When recording to either disc or hard disk drive (HDD), the PRV -LX1 manages the video recording clips by units of “project.” When creating a disc from clips recorded on HDD, this project unit is used to perform the disc recording.
19 PRV -LX1 En Basic Operations [Operation] The various operating settings are performed using the buttons on the main unit ’ s front panel, as well as the remote control unit and optional mouse/ keyboard. 7 Operations using remote control unit The furnished remote control unit has been designed primarily for video playback control, including emulation operations before recording images from HDD to DVD media, and when playing DVD-Video discs.
20 PRV -LX1 En Basic Operations [Function Menu] Setting operations are performed on this unit via a dedicated graphical user interface (GUI) called the “ Function Menu ” . ST A TUS section EDIT section APP section SET UP section Function Menu (T op Menu) Second sub-menu Third sub-menu Currently selected drive First sub-menu Back button (return to top menu) Exit button (to leave Function Menu) Information area Function Menu (SET UP section = [Operation] = [Video Setting] = [Background Color]) 7 How to Access Function Menu Use the following method to display the Function Menu overlaid on the current Video signal: 1 Press the FUNCTION button on the main unit ’ s front panel.
21 PRV -LX1 En PLAY PAUSE DISPLAY REPEAT AUDIO SCAN STEP RPT A-B ANGLE SUBTITLE PREV NEXT SETUP ENTER RETURN SEARCH CLEAR 12 3 456 7 8 9 01 0 > TITLE/CHP FRM/TIME MENU SETUP TOP MENU FRM/TIME STOP DXX2527 2 Press the remote control unit ’ s SETUP button 3 Using the mouse to display and access the playback control bar .
22 PRV -LX1 En Functions [Main Unit Setting Functions] 7 System Settings (Operation Details: page 29) • These items allow setting of mouse and keyboard, function keys of a keyboard assignments, network settings, and other defaults. Displaying system information and formatting the hard disk can also be performed here.
23 PRV -LX1 En [Recording Functions] (Operation Details: page 33) • In addition to composite video, S-video, DV and RCA connectors, this unit is equipped with connectors for component video and XLR, thus providing support of connections to professional video components.
24 PRV -LX1 En [Editing Functions] (Operation Details: page 62, 67) • When recording to HDD, it is possible to change the name of each of multiple recording data (clips), and editing functions including trimming, chapter editing, clip dividing, and title-order editing can be performed.
25 PRV -LX1 En [Copy , Import, Backup and Restore Functions] (Operation Details: pages 70, 72, 76) 7 Copy • Disc duplication operations have been optimized by the provision a 4x high-speed (maximum) duplication function. • In addition to copying from HDD to DVD-R/RW , duplication of DVD-R/RW discs is also possible.
26 PRV -LX1 En Status Confirmation Using Onscreen Display (OSD) By pressing the DISPLA Y button on the unit ’ s front panel or on the remote control unit, the onscreen display (OSD) will be projected on the monitor screen. The OSD permits confirmation of the unit ’ s current setting status, as as well as recording/playback conditions.
27 PRV -LX1 En 7 OSD during Recording When the DISPLA Y button is pressed during recording, the OSD projects the unit ’ s recording status and playback condition (during time shift playback), thus allowing confirmation of these items. In the recording mode, the OSD screen is composed of two pages, a simple (reduced clutter) page, and a detailed information page.
28 PRV -LX1 En 7 OSD during Playback When the DISPLA Y button is pressed during playback, the OSD projects the unit ’ s playback status, allowing confirmation of these items. In the playback mode, the OSD screen is composed of two pages, a simple (reduced clutter) page, and a detailed information page.
29 PRV -LX1 En System Default Settings Select [ System ] command on the Function Menu ’s SET UP section to select initial defaults for the PRV - LX1. Mouse/Keyboard This DVD recorder supports use of a mouse and keyboard. The types of mouse and keyboard supported are as follows: Mouse: Generic Keyboard: US type (101-key) Japan type (106-key) T o set the keyboard type, go to SET UP section = [ System ] = [ System Settings ] = [ Keyboard ].
30 PRV -LX1 En System Default Settings Network When using this unit on a network, go to SET UP section = [ System ] = [ Network ], and set the [ Network ] command to “ON” . Then go to SET UP section = [ System ] = [ Network ], and set the [ DHCP/Manual ] command either to use DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) or input the IP address used, together with sub-net mask and Gateway address.
31 PRV -LX1 En System Default Settings System Information Go to SET UP section = [ System ] = [ Information ] to confirm the following system information: System version (application version / OS version) T otal power -on time (hours) Hard disk drive (HDD) access time (hours) DVD-R/RW Drive read/write time (hours) Service information SET UP section = [System] = [Information] Note: The number in service Information [ Service Info ] indicates the result of hard disk fault diagnosis.
32 PRV -LX1 En System Default Settings Background Color Go to SET UP section = [ Operation ] = [ V ideo Settings ] = [ Background Color ] to select the background color when the unit is in the idling condition. SET UP section = [Operation] = [Video Settings] = [Background Color] Composite V ideo/Audio RCA Output Signal pass-through is supported on this unit only with composite video output and audio RCA output signals.
33 PRV -LX1 En Recording The recording function involves inputting video/audio signals from a VTR or other video playback device ( “ external VTR ” ), converting those signals to data compatible with the DVD video format, and recording that data on the hard disk or a DVD-R/RW disc.
34 PRV -LX1 En Recording Selecting Input On the Function Menu , the ST A TUS section = [ V Input ] and [ A Input ] commands indicate the currently selected video and audio input signals. Use the CURSOR and ENTER buttons to change to the connectors for different input signals if desired.
35 PRV -LX1 En Selecting Recording Destination The currently selected recording destination (also the playback source) will be displayed on the front panel’ s central indicator ( DVD1 , DVD2 , HDD indicator). The [ Drive ] command on the Function Menu ’s ST A TUS section also indicates the currently selected recording destination/playback source.
36 PRV -LX1 En Other Recording Settings Function Menu ’ s SET UP section = [ Recording ]: This command also allows the following settings: Video Encode Rate: 32 levels Video Filter (NR): 16 levels Audio Encode: Dolby Digital / LPCM (Note1) Audio Level: – 48 dB to +14 dB Aspect: 4:3 / 16:9 Setup Level: 0 IRE / 7.
37 PRV -LX1 En Recording Video Filter Level Setting Use the Video filter to improve image quality when the Video encode rate setting is low or when there is noise in the video source. A higher filter level reduces noise more efficiently but lowers resolution.
38 PRV -LX1 En Recording Preview Function The PREVIEW button on the front panel, or the SET UP section = [ Recording ] = Preview button makes it possible to check the result of encoding/ decoding of the video/audio input signals without making a recording to DVD discs or hard disks.
39 PRV -LX1 En The APP section = [ Auto Capture ] = [ IN/OUT Point ] = [ Record As ] command allows designation of whether recording enters the REC pause mode, or stops completely when the OUT point is detected. When “ Chapter (Pause) ” is selected, the command also permits the insertion of a chapter mark at that point.
40 PRV -LX1 En Recording After construction of an edit list, or after loading a previously recorded edit list, pressing the Function Menu ’ s APP section = [ Auto Capture ] = [ EDL Command ] = EDL REC button will cause recording to be performed automatically in accordance with the constructed list.
41 PRV -LX1 En Recording Editing the Edit List The contents that can be recorded on the edit list with this recorder are as follows: The contents set with the APP section = [ Auto Capture ] = [ IN/OUT Point ] and [ Chapter Point ] commands are added to the edit list by pressing the Add to EDL button.
42 PRV -LX1 En 2 Canceling finalization Finalization can be canceled by selecting the EDIT section = [ DVD Disc ] = [ Unfinalize ] command. The PRV -LX1 can only canceling finalization discs that it has been finalized on the PRV -LX1. Finalization cannot be canceled for two drives simultaneously .
43 PRV -LX1 En Recording EDIT section = [DVD Disc] = [Unfinalize] = [Unfinalize] Unfinalize confirmation dialog Unfinalize progress bar (appears during unfinalization) Note 2: However , finalization of DVD-RW discs finalized using the initial PRV -LX1 version (prior to 1.
44 PRV -LX1 En Recording EDIT section = [DVD Disc] = [Finalize] Finalize confirmation dialog Finalize progress bar (appears during finalization) Recording from HDD to DVD Following recording of a video program to the hard disk drive, editing of the DVD menu and title can be performed before final recording to DVD disc.
45 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs When playing discs on this unit, the program on a loaded DVD-Video disc, or the clips recorded as a project on the hard disk drive are played back and the video/audio signals output to all output connectors. However , when playing DVD-Video discs equipped with copy-guard copy protection, playback signals will not be output to the DV connector nor to other digital video output connectors.
46 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs PLAY PAUSE DISPLAY REPEAT AUDIO SCAN STEP RPT A-B ANGLE SUBTITLE PREV NEXT SETUP ENTER RETURN SEARCH CLEAR 12 3 456 7 8 9 01 0 > TITLE/CHP FRM/TIME MENU TOP MENU FRM/TIME STOP When a DVD disc has been set for fast play , follow the instructions to begin playback automatically upon insertion of the disc.
47 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs 7 T o search for a desired scene (SEARCH function) [T itle Direct Search] During playback: 1. Press the TITLE/CHP FRM/TIME button. 2. Use the number buttons to enter the number of the desired title. Example: to select title “ 3 ” Press number button 3 .
48 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs 7 Slow playback During normal playback, hold the STEP / STEP button depressed. During slow playback, the playback speed can be adjusted by pressing the STEP and STEP buttons. SLOWER F ASTER STEP += STEP STEP3 - STEP1 - 1/16 - 1/8 - 1/4 - 1/2 - 1/1 Note 1: No sound is produced during slow playback.
49 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs Note 1: During time shift playback, the PLA Y button enable start time will differ depending on the TV system, the video rate and the audio encoding format, as shown in the following table (mm:sec). Note 2: The interval required from the time the PLA Y button is pressed until playback actually begins is about 10 seconds.
50 PRV -LX1 En 7 Audio Output Mode [Audio] Use to select the type of digital signal supported by the amplifier connected to the unit. Be sure to set this correctly since incorrect settings may cause the generation of noise. Consult the Operating Instructions for your amplifier when making this setting.
51 PRV -LX1 En Playing Discs 7 Audio Language Setting [Language] = [Audio] English / Japanese / Others->Next Menu Use to set the audio language to English, Japanese, or Other (Note) . 7 Sub-T itle Selection [Language] = [Subtitle] English / Japanese / Others->Next Menu Use to set sub-titles to English, Japanese, or Other (Note) .
52 PRV -LX1 En Settings that can be made with the Function Menu ’ s SET UP section = [ Operation ] = [ Video Settings ] command include: External Sync: Enabled/Disabled OSD: Enabled/Disabled Composite OUT : Source Monitor/Decorder Out Background Color: Black/Blue DV OUT : Enabled (Note1) /Disabled ∞ For more information regarding settings for composite output, see page 32, “ Composite Video/Audio RCA Output ” .
53 PRV -LX1 En Black burst signal input First unit Final Unit Second Unit ... Caution: ¶ The external sync function is applicable only to DVD disc playback. ¶ The black burst sub-carrier component is not locked. ¶ During the approximate 5 seconds until the external sync signal is locked, the image at each video output connector will be distorted.
54 PRV -LX1 En Regarding Progressive Scan Output This unit allows the output of progressive scan video signals from the component output connector . T o turn progressive scan output ON/OFF , press the controls on the front panel: Press these buttons simultaneously .
55 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing This unit is equipped with a number of DVD menu layouts that are selected with the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] command, and associated with a recorded image for convenient production of DVD-Video discs.
56 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing DVD Menu Selection When editing a menu, first use the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Design ] = [ Design Select ] command to choose a basic button layout pattern from the DVD menu layout displayed on the screen.
57 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing Button T ext When button text is selected, use the EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Design ] = [ Button T ext ] command to select the format from the following choices: T itle (chapter) Number/Name T itle (chapter) Number T itle (chapter) Name No text When name is selected, the name of the clip (chapter) allocated to each title will be applied.
58 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing Setting an Idle Clip An idle clip (a clip played automatically after a specified waiting time from the menu display mode) can be set by using the [ DVD Menu ] = [ Navigation Cmd ] = [ Idle Clip ] command on the EDIT section of the Function Menu .
59 PRV -LX1 En Customizing the DVD Menu Using the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Modification ] command, it is possible to change the background image and highlight colors of the DVD menu currently being edited. With this unit, a number of background images are used, and when the EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Modification ] = [ Background ] command is used to select “ HDD Library ” , the EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Modification ] = [ Image ] command can be used to select a background image (this operation is performed in the same way as for button layout pattern).
60 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing The EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Modification ] = [ Disc Name ] command can be used to insert a name (up to 32 characters long) into the DVD menu. The actual number of characters that can be embedded in the menu will differ depending on the menu design.
61 PRV -LX1 En DVD Menu Editing DVD Menu Preview With the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] command displayed, press the Preview button to display the DVD menu currently being edited. If no recorded image exists corresponding to a button on the DVD menu, no thumbnail will be extracted for that button, and it will instead appear with the default background image.
62 PRV -LX1 En T itle Editing / Chapter Editing When recording to hard disk drive, the names given to the multiple recorded image data (clips) can be changed. Other editing processes supported include trimming, chapter editing, clip dividing, and title order editing.
63 PRV -LX1 En T itle Editing / Chapter Editing T itle T rimming When you wish to cut out the first or last part of a clip, or to extract the middle part of a clip, use the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ T itle ] = [ T arget Clip ] command to select the clip you wish to edit, then use the EDIT section ’ s [ T itle ] = [ Editing ] = [ T rimming Clip ] command to select “ Go T o Video ” .
64 PRV -LX1 En T itle Editing / Chapter Editing Chapter Editing Select a clip edited with the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ T itle ] = [ T arget Clip ] command; by selecting “ Go T o Video ” on the the EDIT section = [ T itle ] = [ Editing ] = [ Chapter Points ] command, the selected clip ’ s chapter mark position can be changed.
65 PRV -LX1 En T itle Editing / Chapter Editing T itle Order Edit In the DVD-Video format, the number of possible titles per disc is limited to 99. The projects created on this recorder , however , are capable of managing more than that number of clips.
66 PRV -LX1 En T itle Editing / Chapter Editing Recording to DVD Disc Projects edited on hard disk drive can be recorded to DVD-Video disc by using the EDIT section = [ DVD Disc ] = [ Make Disc ] command. By using the EDIT section = [ DVD Disc ] = [ Make Disc ] = [ T arget ] command, the destination drive used for the recording is designated as “ DVD1 ” .
67 PRV -LX1 En Project Editing This recorder manages recorded image data (clips) by the unit of “ project. ” A single project can preserve multiple clips, and so long as the project is not changed, the numerous clips are preserved as a continuous series within the project.
68 PRV -LX1 En Project Editing Copying a Project Using the EDIT section = [ Project ] = [ Copy Project ] command, the currently selected project can be copied to a new project. The project name that automatically appears in the EDIT Section’ s [ Project ] = [ Copy Project ] = [ Copy To ] command will be affixed with a numeral to distinguish it from the current default project (for example, “cX” + current project name, where the “X” is a numeral).
69 PRV -LX1 En Deleting a Project Projects are not automatically deleted, but preserved within the hard disk drive. When the available space on the HDD becomes low , use the EDIT section = [ Project ] = [ Delete ] command to select and delete unneeded projects in order to open up space on the drive.
70 PRV -LX1 En Disc Duplication This unit provides a function for duplicating discs. Disc-to-disc duplication can be performed by connecting another DVD drive. This function can be done on a single drive by creating an image file from a disc and using this file to create a new disc.
71 PRV -LX1 En Disc Duplication Creating Image Files from a Disc Use the Function Menu ’ s APP section = [ Cpy/ Impt/Bkup ] = [ Disc Image Copy ] = [ Source ] command to specify the disc to be used in creating an image file. Use the [ Input Image Name ] command to enter the file name.
72 PRV -LX1 En Importing Image Data, Edit Lists This function allows the importing of image data from CD/DVD discs, or a web browser with FTP connection from a computer linked to an online network. These images can be then stored in the recorder ’ s menu library for use as DVD menu layout images and DVD menu background images.
73 PRV -LX1 En APP section = [ Cpy/Impt/Bkup ] = [EDL Import] = [Source File] DVD menu layout image files are added to the DVD menu layout library selected with the Function Menu ’ s EDIT section = [ DVD Menu ] = [ Menu Design ] = [ Design Select ] command.
74 PRV -LX1 En Importing Image Data, Edit Lists Edit List File Format Edit list files are text files with the “ .edl ” filename extension. Composition is as follows: Header: PIONEER-DVDRec-EDL 002 ENCODING=XXX Entry: Number Operation T ype Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 The number of parameters differs depending on the type of operation involved.
75 PRV -LX1 En Importing Image Data, Edit Lists Edit List Example PIONEER-D VDRec-EDL 002 ENCODING=utf8 Explanation 001 INI .......... XXXXXX 002 SET R:16 F:2 .......... XXXXXX 002 REC 01:00:00:00 01:10:00:00 STOP .......... XXXXXX 002 T -N T itle1 .
76 PRV -LX1 En Backing Up/Restoring USB HDDs Projects, image files, menu libraries, EDL data and System settings on the internal hard disk (HDD) can be backed up on an external hard disk (USB HDD) and data backed up on the external hard disk can be restored to the internal hard disk.
77 PRV -LX1 En Backing Up/Restoring USB HDDs Restoring Use the APP section = [ Cpy/Impt/Bkup ] = [ Restore/Del ] command to restore data. Use the [ T ype ] and [ T arget ] commands to select the data types and files to be restored and press the Restore button to start.
78 PRV -LX1 En Recording T ime *1 Recording time is only an approximate value and depends on hard disk and DVD disc size. *2 The maximum recording time (maximum continuous recording time) for a clip (Rec – Stop) is 100 hours. (Figures in brackets indicate approximate recording times.
79 PRV -LX1 En Recording T ime 7 Recording time with Linear PCM (DVD, Hard Disk) *1 Recording time is only an approximate value and depends on hard disk and DVD disc size. 32 1:02 23:59 9.444 7.908 1536 720x480 720x576 16bit, 48kHz 31 1:02 23:59 9.
80 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able Selected Project at top menu NTSC PA L Title Menu Chapter Menu No Menu Title & Chapter Helvetica Times Courier Mincho Gothic Select Button Layout Go T o Video Number / Name Number Name Disabled Default HDD Library Title Picture Default Select Picture Go T o Video (T ext Edit) Default 11 colors List Default 11 colors List Disabled Clip List Disabled Enabled Stop Title Menu Stop Return to Menu Next Title Repeat Title Disabled Clip List EDIT DVD Menu Menu Setting Menu T ype/Font Menu Design Menu Modification Navigation Cmd Menu Edit to Menu TV System Menu T ype Font J-Font Design Select Thumbnail Button T ext Background Image Disc Name Select Color Active Color Introduction Clip -User Operation First Play PGC or Post Cmd Title Post Cmd Idle Clip Display object for DVD menu editing.
81 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able DVD Menu Project Title Navigation Cmd Del/Init Library Record/Name Copy Project Copy Clip Rename Clip Export Delete T arget Clip Info/Rename Chapter Editing -Waiting T ime T ype Design Select Name Protect Record to Num of Clips Num of Titles Last Modified Date T otal Capacity Copy T o Source Drive Copy From Clip Clip1 Clip2 Clip3 Clip4 Clip5 next Clip VOB Name Delete Edit T o (HDD) Name T otal Time Capacity Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Next Page T rimming Clip Chapter Points Divide Clip 4min 3min 2min 1min 30sec Background Layout Select Background or Layout Selected Project at top menu Disabled Enabled DVD Only DVD&HDD 15 13 2002.
82 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able EDIT APP Title DVD Disc Auto Capture Cpy/Impt/Bkup Title Selection Finalize Initialize Unfinalize Make Disc Make Image IN/OUT Point Chapter Point EDL Command EDL EDL Load/Delete EDL Save Disc Copy Disc Image Copy Image Copy/Del Clip 1 Clip 2 Clip 3 Clip 4 Clip 5 Next Page Finalize Initialize Unfinalize T arget T arget Image Preroll Time Offsest(Frame) Record As IN/OUT Point Chapter Point Command IN/OUT Point 1 IN/OUT Point 2 IN/OUT Point 3 IN/OUT Point 4 IN/OUT Point 5 Next Load Delete Save T o Source Destination Source Input Image Name Source Image CLEAR/ALL CLEAR/UP/DOWN/ CLIP LIST Selected Drive Quick Format Full Blank Selected Drive DVD1 DVD2 DVD1&2 File Name Input 1 - 5 - 10 Seconds 0 -- 17 -- 30 Frame Title(Stop) Chapter(Pause) Pause (Time Code Setting)[Mark] (Time Code Setting)[Mark] Finalize Initialize Wait CLEAR/ALL CLEAR/UP/DOWN EDL List EDL List File Name Input DVD1 DVD2 DVD1 DVD2 DVD1 DVD2 File Name Input File Name Input Display the clip with the assigned title and edit in order .
83 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able Image Copy/Del Menu Import EDL Import EDL Import Backup Restore/Del System Settings Destination T ype Source Source File Source Source File Backup T o T ype T arget Remaining Capacity Restore From / Del T ype T arget Remaining Capacity Keyboard Key Repeat Speed Mouse Mouse Speed DVD1 DVD2 DVD1&2 Background Layout Import Directory DVD1 DVD2 ALL xxxx.
84 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able SET UP System Operation System Settings F-Key Set 1-6 F-Key Set 7-12 Network UPS Setting Information HDD T ools Control Settings Time Zone Date(mm/dd/yyyy) Time(hh:mm:ss) F-Key Enable F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 Network DHCP/Manual IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Mac Adress Model Shutdown Delay System Version Power -On Time HDD Access Drive 1(R/W) Drive 2(R/W) Service Info T arget Drive Remaining Capacity Control – 12 to +13, City Name xx/xx/2xxx xx:xx:xx F-Key Only Ctrl + F-Key Shift + F-Key OFF ON DHCP Manual xxx.
85 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able Control Settings Video Settings HDD Recording Info Language Video/Audio Port Time Code Eject Settings External Sync OSD Composite Out Background Color DV OUT T est Signal Time Shift PLA Y Language Video Encode Rate Video Filter(NR) Audio Encode Audio Level Aspect Setup Level (*8) RS-422A Disabled IEEE1394 (*6) RS-422A LT C IEEE1394 (*6) Eject Fainalize & Eject Disabled Enabled Enabled Disabled Source Monitor Decoder Out Black Blue Enabled Disabled Start Enabled Disabled English(US) Japanese 32 Levels Setting 16 Levels Setting Dolby Digital LPCM (L) – 48 to +14 setting (R) – 48 to +14 setting (L/R) – 48 to +14 setting 4:3 16:9 0 IRE 7.
86 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able Others Video Audio Language Others Auto Chapter REC Button Aspect Still Mode Dolby Digital OUT DTS OUT 96 kHz PCM OUT MPEG OUT Audio Subtitle DVD Menu Subtitle Display Parental Level Country Code Manual 3 min 5 min 10 min 15 min 30 min 60 min REC Start Standby ->REC 4:3(LB) 4:3(PS) 16:9 Auto Frame Field Dolby Digital Convert T o PCM OFF ON Convert T o 48kHz 96kHz MPEG Convert T o PCM English Japanese Others->Next Menu English Japanese Others->Next Menu English Japanese Others->Next Menu ON OFF 1 - 8, off us jp Others->Next Menu Select method for inserting chapter mark in title.
87 PRV -LX1 En Function Menu T able Drive Project V Input A Input TV System HDD DVD1 DVD2 HDD DVD1 DVD2 DVD1&2 [new]h03mmdd_xx Project List Composite S-Video Component(Beta) (*9) Component(SMPTE) (*9) DV SDI (*10) RCA XLR DV SDI (*10) AES/EBU (*10) NTSC PA L Project : xxx Remaining : xxx.
88 PRV -LX1 En Shortcut Key Information Shortcut key Function Ctrl + P Play Ctrl + L Pause Ctrl + S Stop Ctrl + N Scan Fwd Ctrl + B Scan Rev Ctrl + Shift + N Skip Fwd Ctrl + Shift + B Skip Rev Ctrl + . > Step Fwd Ctrl + , < Step Rev Ctrl + Shift + .
89 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item TV System TV System Network Network T ext entry HDD format HDD format HDD check USB HDD format, check USB HDD format Eject Initialize Initialize Initialize Initialize Initialize Finalize Finalize Finalize Finalize Finalize Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Copy Message Switch TV System After 10 seconds, TV System will return to previous mode.
90 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item Copy Copy Copy Import Import Import Import Export Export Export Export Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Menu Preview Menu Preview Menu Preview Menu Preview Emulation Emulation Emulation Emulation PROJECT -Record/Name PROJECT -Delete PROJECT -Delete PROJECT -Delete PROJECT -Copy PROJECT -CopyClip Message This will overwrite any existing copied image.
91 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item PROJECT -CopyClip PROJECT Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Disc Make Image Make Image T rimming T rimming T rimming T rimming T rimming Divide Divide Divide Divide Divide Divide Divide Initialize Laibrary Delete Library Message Is this clip to be added as a title? Not enough space in HDD.
92 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item REC Message HDD_CAPA is not enough. DVD_CAP A is not enough. This disc is not writable. There is no disc. The number of titles is 99. No SDI_V Input. No SDI_A Input. No AES/EBU Input. No DV Input. Copy Protection ENCODER ERROR******** DRIVE ERROR****** The number of clips is 255.
93 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item REC IN-OUT REC EDL REC Message Cannot record to different condition discs. No Video Input. Confirm TV system of the video input. Stopped automatically from Rec-Pause for the system protection. Stopped automatically because of no HDD remaining caoacity .
94 PRV -LX1 En Message Display Item DVD-Video playback HDD playback Message Incompatible disc region number . Operation cannot be performed. Operation is not permitted. No title on the disc. Unknown disc. ERROR REGION (main unit display) OPERA TION INHIBITED (main unit display) DISC NO TITLE (main unit display) UNKNOWN DISC (main unit display) T emporarily change parental level? No title in the project.
95 PRV -LX1 En TROUBLESHOOTING Incorrect operations can be mistaken as malfunctions. If you believe the unit is not operating correctly , consult the chart below . Sometimes incorrect operation may be due to a malfunction in another component. If the problem is not fixed, check the other components used with the player .
96 PRV -LX1 En TROUBLESHOOTING Symptom Cannot playback on DVD player / other DVD recorders. Image stops during playback, or commands are disabled. Main unit command buttons don ’ t work. Can ’ t output 96 kHz audio in digital. Remote control unit doesn ’ t work.
97 PRV -LX1 En Specifications General: Power rating: AC 120 V , 50/60 Hz Power consumption: Maximum 2.0 A Power consumption during idling: 6.5 W Weight: Single-DVD-drive model About 13.8 kg (30 lb 7 oz) T win-DVD-drive model About 15.1 kg (33 lb 5 oz) External dimensions: 427 (W) x 179.
98 PRV -LX1 En Video input: Composite: BNC x 1, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω S-VIDEO: 4-pin mini DIN x 1 Y : 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω C: 0.265 Vp-p (NTSC), 0.300 Vp-p (P AL), 75 Ω Component: BNC x 3 Y : 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω B-Y : 0.486/0.700 Vp-p selectable (NTSC), 0.
99 PRV -LX1 En Language/Langue Code Japanese/japonais ( ja ) 1001 English/anglais ( en ) 0514 French ( fr ) 0618 German ( de ) 0405 Italian ( it ) 0920 Spanish ( es ) 0519 Dutch ( nl ) 1412 R.
100 PRV -LX1 En Country Code Philippines ( ph ) 1608 Portugal ( pt ) 1620 Russian Federation ( ru ) 1821 Singapore ( sg ) 1907 Spain ( es ) 0519 Sweden ( se ) 1905 Switzerland ( ch ) 0308 T a.
101 PRV -LX1 En Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 59 T emple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
102 PRV -LX1 En Regarding the GNU General Public License These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program, and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in themselves, then this License, and its terms, do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works.
103 PRV -LX1 En Regarding the GNU General Public License 10.If you wish to incorporate parts of the Program into other free programs whose distribution conditions are dif ferent, write to the author to ask for permission. For software which is copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation, write to the Free Software Foundation; we sometimes make exceptions for this.
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Un point important après l'achat de l'appareil (ou même avant l'achat) est de lire le manuel d'utilisation. Nous devons le faire pour quelques raisons simples:
Si vous n'avez pas encore acheté Univex PRV-LX1 c'est un bon moment pour vous familiariser avec les données de base sur le produit. Consulter d'abord les pages initiales du manuel d'utilisation, que vous trouverez ci-dessus. Vous devriez y trouver les données techniques les plus importants du Univex PRV-LX1 - de cette manière, vous pouvez vérifier si l'équipement répond à vos besoins. Explorant les pages suivantes du manuel d'utilisation Univex PRV-LX1, vous apprendrez toutes les caractéristiques du produit et des informations sur son fonctionnement. Les informations sur le Univex PRV-LX1 va certainement vous aider à prendre une décision concernant l'achat.
Dans une situation où vous avez déjà le Univex PRV-LX1, mais vous avez pas encore lu le manuel d'utilisation, vous devez le faire pour les raisons décrites ci-dessus,. Vous saurez alors si vous avez correctement utilisé les fonctions disponibles, et si vous avez commis des erreurs qui peuvent réduire la durée de vie du Univex PRV-LX1.
Cependant, l'un des rôles les plus importants pour l'utilisateur joués par les manuels d'utilisateur est d'aider à résoudre les problèmes concernant le Univex PRV-LX1. Presque toujours, vous y trouverez Troubleshooting, soit les pannes et les défaillances les plus fréquentes de l'apparei Univex PRV-LX1 ainsi que les instructions sur la façon de les résoudre. Même si vous ne parvenez pas à résoudre le problème, le manuel d‘utilisation va vous montrer le chemin d'une nouvelle procédure – le contact avec le centre de service à la clientèle ou le service le plus proche.