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Topic # 6876 1-Mar-2006 23:06
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I dubbed a playlist from HDD to DVD-R and the result was one four hour title. The playlist should be an essential aid to dubbing but instead it's totally useless. Is there a way to retain titles and chapters?

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Reply # 29615 2-Mar-2006 00:15
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Hi nzdn,

I have a DMRE-100H, and it says you have to use high speed dubbing to preserve chapter marks. If you record direct, it inserts chapter marks every 5 minutes. Haven't tried that, and haven't tried dubbing a playlist either, but I have made plenty of dvds with high speed dubbing, which does retain chapter marks and titles. Seems likely that the 50 model would be similar.


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Reply # 30224 8-Mar-2006 22:53
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Seems to happen when the playlist is composed of chapters instead of titles. Shame it doesn't keep the chapters or title-ise them.

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