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CPU:32bit,ARM9 Operating System:Embedded real-time operating systems (RTOS) Compression Format:H.264 Resolution:D1(PAL:720*576, NTSC:720*480) CIF(PAL:352*288, NTSC:352*240) QCIF(PAL:176*144, NTSC:176*120) HALF-D1(PAL:720*288, NTSC:720*240) Display Rate:PAL 25fps,NTSC 30fps Audio Compression Format:ADPCM Bit Rate:8Kbps Alarm Input and Output: 2CH input,2CH output CCD Sensors:18X ZOOM, f = 4.1 ~ 73.8mm (f1.4 ~ f2.4), digital X magnification 12 / (optional movement) SNR:More than 48 DB Field of View:48 degrees (wide) ~ 2.8 degrees (tele) Level Rotational Angle: Level 360 continuous rotation, vertical 0 -90 Level Rotational Speed: Level 360 / S, 90 vertical / S Communication Interface:1RJ45 10M/100M Ethernet network,1 RS485 Network Protocol:HTTP TCP UDP Power Supply:DC 12V,3A Working Temperature:-10--+50 Working Humidity:10%--90%
by Luis; Wednesday 25 March, 2015
(Electronics) I bought this unit to <ahref="http://pcdxwddvzh.com">realpce</a>a failed 7 year old Sony RDR GX-300 DVD recorder. Afterreading all the comments, I had mixed feelings. Uponreceiving the unit and setting it up, here's what Ifound.The Toshiba DR430 DVD Recorder is a solid DVDrecorder. It records and plays all formats you'll ever need(+R, +RW, -R, -RW, and others I never came across). Ifyou're over 40, your eyes may have a hard time with theremote, but some squinting will overcome this. This remoteis like all other black remotes with gray buttons.In regardsto comments that this unit loads and formats disks slowly,that's a bunch of nonsense. All DVD recorders take a bit oftime, period. Your not playing a store bought movie.You canrecord in SP, LP and EP. You'll get different recordingcapacities per disk depending on quality wanted. Longer time= lower quality, less time = higher quality. Just like onthe old VHS VCR recorders. It's a no brainer. You set thatup easily with the RECORD MODE button on the remote. I neveruse the timer, I always use the ONE STEP RECORD button. Eachpush gives you 30 minutes of recording time, then therecording stops. Want to record a 90 minute movie off yourTivo, then press the record button 3 times, its thatsimple.Paid $113 with free shipping and had it in 4 days ingood condition. No dents in the box. It isn't repacked in alarger box though, but I received mine just fine.The videoand audio inputs and outputs are on the back You can use RCAor S cable. I'm using both and it doesn't care. There aninput on the front, behind a small door, for recording(downloading) from a camcorder (or any other device).Themanual covers everything, but you have to read it tounderstand it. I got going in 15 minutes with the QUICKSTART sheet (4 pgs). One important thing to remember, afteryou make your recording on a disk, you have to FINALIZE it,so it will play on other DVD players. Remember to read up onFINALIZE in the manual, and you should have no problems.Themenus are very basic, especially the TITLE EDIT button, butsimple is good. My earlier Sony DVD recorder took some timeto get familiar with. This one is alot easier. A recommendedbuy.
by Ricko; Tuesday 24 March, 2015
The quick (??) way to do this is to use DVDShrink (free) toextract the DVD and crmeopss it to standard 4.7GB size.DVDShrink can create iso images, burn directly to disk (withNero present), or output the files to a folder. If youchoose output to a folder you will be able to directlyaccess the files and structure of the DVD on your harddrive.Once the files are in a local folder you downloadIFOEdit (free). IFOEdit is a very powerful program, whichcan alter the entire structure of a DVD. Locate the localfolder. Inside you will find several files with the ifoextension. Open each of these with IFOEdit. Double click oneach reference to PAL and a window will open. Click NTSC inthe window and then OK. Save the file and repeat.This doesnot transcode the video, but tells the DVD player that it isNTSC and works on every player I've tried. It saves hours oftranscoding time and there is no difference I've been ableto notice in quality.Quick, Dirty, & Effective
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