Your DVD/VCR provides many ways to record programming. Basic recording is explained in detail on page 29. The following recording techniques are also available.
Recording – lets you press one button to record a program.
Instant Timer Recording (ITR) – allows recording to start while a program is being watched. This feature automatically stops recording after a designated period of time.
Timer Recording – program the DVD/VCR for a daily, weekly, or one-time recording which will automatically start and stop at the times you set.
Instant Timer Recording (ITR)
Use ITR to quickly record the remaining portion of a program being watched. ITR is a great way to capture the end of a sporting event that has run into overtime or a live broadcast that runs long. ITR works in 30-minute increments. You can capture the last 30, 60, 90, etc. minutes of programming (depending on tape length), up to 9 hours total.
To Activate ITR:
Turn on the DVD/VCR and tune it to the channel with the desired programming.
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place into the DVD/VCR. Make sure it is cued to record at the
proper starting point.
Note: To override the preferred tape speed setting, press the SPEED button on the remote control repeatedly to toggle between SP and SLP choices.
Press the RECORD to start recording.
Repeatedly press RECORD to set up the recording duration.
Press RECORD until Instant Timer Record 0:00 appears.
Each time you press the RECORD button, 30 minutes is added.
The DVD/VCR automatically turns off after it has recorded the set amount of time.
To stop an ITR recording, press STOP.