DVD+VR


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DVD+VR

(DVD+Video Recording) The format for recording and editing video on DVD+R and DVD+RW discs. Introduced by Philips for their DVD+R/RW drives, DVD+VR discs are not finalized as are DVD movies, but they must be finalized in order to play in a standard DVD player. Contrast with DVD-VR. See DVD+R and DVD+RW.
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Both the Activa 220 and 230 also support Super-Multi drives with editing in DVD-Video, DVD-VR, and DVD+VR formats, with full verifier compliant accuracy.
Also included in the Activa 200 is native support for authoring and editing in DVD-Video, DVD-VR, and DVD+VR formats, with full verifier compliant accuracy.
The DVDR subsystem features include a best-in-class analog video decoder with 3D Y/C separation and time-base correction, a high-resolution progressive scan video encoder, and full system support for authoring and editing DVDs in DVD-Video, DVD-VR, and DVD+VR formats with full verifier compliant accuracy.
Supported Media for Stand-alone Operation: DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+R DL (Double Layer), DVD+RW, DVD-RW -- DVD Recording Mode: DVD+VR, DVD-VR -- Supported Video Format: MPEG2 -- Automatic Chaptering: 5, 10 or 15 minutes -- Synchronized Recording: * Complete control of DV-based camcorders * Auto-start/stop recording with analog camcorders -- Recording Times: * HQ (single layer: 1 hour, double layer: 2 hours) * SP (single layer: 2 hours, double layer: 4 hours) * SLP (single layer: 6 hours, double layer: 12 hours) -- Supported Sound Format: Dolby Digital (AC3) -- Inputs: * DV (i.
Supported Media for Stand-alone Operation: DVD+R, DVD+R DL (Double Layer), DVD+RW -- DVD Recording Mode: DVD+VR -- Supported Video Format: MPEG2 -- Automatic Chaptering: 5, 10 or 15 minutes -- Synchronized Recording: - Auto-start/stop recording with most camcorders/VCRs
264 - Yes MPEG-2 HD Yes Yes WMV-HD Yes Yes DVD-VR Yes Yes DVD+VR Yes Yes DivX Pro - Yes DVD-Video Yes Yes Mini-DVD Yes Yes Audio Support Format Standard Deluxe Advanced Version Version Audio Pack DTS-ES Matrix - - Yes DTS-ES Discrete - - Yes DTS 96/24 - Yes Yes DTS Neo:6 - - Yes DTS 5.
Specifications for Sony's New DVDirect Recorder (Model VRD-VC20) Stand-Alone Recording Mode: -- Supported Media for Stand-alone Operation: DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+R DL (Double Layer), DVD+RW, DVD-RW -- DVD Recording Mode: DVD+VR, DVD-VR -- Supported Video Format: MPEG2 -- Automatic Chaptering: 5, 10 or 15 minutes -- Synchronized Recording: * Complete control of DV-based camcorders * Auto-start/stop recording with analog camcorders -- Recording Times: * HQ (single layer: 1 hour, double layer: 2 hours) * SP (single layer: 2 hours, double layer: 4 hours) * SLP (single layer: 6 hours, double layer: 12 hours) -- Supported Sound Format: Dolby(R) Digital (AC3) -- Inputs: * DV (i.
Right-to-disc related technology is easy to apply with video formats such as DVD+VR and DVD-RV, and disc formats such as DVD+RW and DVD-RW among the DVD authoring products in the market.
1 capturing, editing, mixing, recording and menu creation options and DVD+VR and DVD-VR advanced recording abilities.
Specifications for Sony's New DVDirect Burner (Model VRD-VC10): Stand-Alone Recording Mode -- Supported Media for Stand-alone Operation: DVD+R, DVD+R DL (Double Layer), DVD+RW -- DVD Recording Mode: DVD+VR -- Supported Video Format: MPEG2 -- Automatic Chaptering: 5, 10 or 15 minutes -- Synchronized Recording: - Auto-start/stop recording with most camcorders/VCRs -- Recording Times: - HQ (single layer: 1 hour, double layer: 2 hours) - SP (single layer: 2 hours, double layer: 4 hours) - SLP (single layer: 6 hours, double layer: 12 hours) -- Supported Sound Format: Dolby(R) Digital (AC3) -- Inputs: - Composite video (yellow RCA jack) x 1 - S-Video x 1 - Analog audio 2ch (red and white RCA jacks) Computer-Attached Recording Mode -- Supported Media Types & Speeds: - DVD+R DL: 2.
Working closely with Philips, we are augmenting AuthorScript to take advantage of the innovative DVD+VR format, further enhancing customers' ability to move DVDs between set-top recorders, desktop PCs and DVD players anywhere.