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Kolgrim

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#78349 3-Mar-2011 21:52
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Hi

I have the Panasonic dmr-xw380.  I am playing around with the DNLA option for fun.  The network is am using is Wireless G which doesn't seem to be able to stream HR recorded programs fast enough to stop stuttering. I assumed a simple solution would be to simply record programs in a lower resolution to reduce the stress on the network. How hard can that be I thought.  I grabbed the remote and failed.  I read the manual and failed. Does anybody know how to set lower resolution recording on the dmr-xw380?

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  #445349 3-Mar-2011 23:42
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You dont, the resolution is set by the broadcaster, there is no encoding going on in the unit to set the parameters of any digital recorder like that.




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  #445377 4-Mar-2011 07:53
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Thanks for you help.

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  #445392 4-Mar-2011 08:56
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http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/digital-tv-recorders/panasonic-dmr-xw380-695538/review...

This would seem to indicate that you can change the quality of the recording. It has to have a method of converting them as it will not write HD content to the dvd player. It downscales before writing.




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