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Username: Walkjane

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-12
Is this media now outdated? I have a panasonic dvd recorder of which I've used to record 100s of DVDs in this RAM format. I used RAM because it was so much easier to edit the recordings. But now I'm having a difficult time finding a new dvd recorder that supports this format. A few months ago I bought a Panasonic DMR-EZ48V so that I could upgrade to HDMI and it just doesn't have the flexibility with recording RAM as I was use to. It accepts RAM, but its editing functions are very limited. Plus I'm having the freezing issue so many people have complained about. Is there a reputable unit that records and plays RAM and is HDMI?

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Username: Ieee488

Post Number: 685
Registered: Dec-07
In simple word, yes.
DVD-RAM is outdated.

JVC's DR-MV150B will record on DVD-RAM

As for editing, you might have to resort to editing on your PC, but that's another can of worms since I am not sure there are many PC DVD drives that works with DVD-RAM.

I have never used DVD-RAM.

I recorded on DVD-RW or DVD+RW on my DVD recorders, then take the disc to my PC, and rip the video files to my hard drive. Then do the editing on my PC.

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