DVR stands for Digital Video Recorders. It is a newer means of recording shows, videos, etc. and took the place of VHS tapes. It is a better means of recording.
Obviously, car DVR is used for recording what happen to your car as evidences when coming across an accident.
DVR recordings can be searched much more quickly, and replaying or skipping parts are much easier.
The purpose of a Direct TV HD DVR is for recording device for recording television shows and movies in HD from satellite television channels. Direct TV offers satellite television service in HD,
DVR stands for Digital Video Recorder. So a DVR camera is just a digital video camera capable of recording video. I hope this answers your query and good luck
TiVo's website provides a step-by-step instruction guide on how to set your recording time, based on the kind of DVR you have. The guide is located at http://support.tivo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/372.
No, because that qualifies as a bootleg recording, which is prohibited.
Movies or streaming video use -R for storing computer data use +R
A hd dvr reciever affects the quality of your tv reception by using more electricity and not enough power supply to both electronics therefore making the quality more worse.
Tivo from DirecTV does this. I think the regular Tivo can do this as well.
It's recording the programming while it is paused.
yes, just create manually recording through the DVR menu