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Place an empty disc in, format the disc, record a little scene. Turn off camcorder. Place the error disc in the camcorder, turn on the camcorder all the way to play/edit. If this doesn't work turn it to record and try to record. Worked for some of my error disc
- you can continue recording if you have'nt stopped the recording or if you have'nt turned off the camcorder yet . -you can pause a recording then continue when you want. -your camcorder will record clips and you can always connect all those video clips as one using a software.you may use video editing softawares like windows movie maker to connect your clips
*your steps would be -transfer video clips to computer -open your video editing software and arrange your video clips as you want them to then save the video. :)
* just reply or post your inquiries here if you have additional questions :)
Your Sony camcorder has internal hard-disk and records by default to this media. If this is full, you need to offload the recordings and free up some space on the disk. But to select the memory card you can do the following:
Selecting the recording media for movies: Touch (MENU) [Show others] [MEDIA SETTINGS] (under [MANAGE MEDIA] category) [MOVIE MEDIA SET]. The [MOVIE MEDIA SET] screen appears.
Touch the desired recording media.
Touch [YES] .OK The recording medium is now changed.
For still images: Selecting the recording media for photos Touch (MENU) [Show others] [MEDIA SETTINGS] (under [MANAGE MEDIA] category) [PHOTO MEDIA SET]. The [PHOTO MEDIA SET] screen appears.
Touch the desired recording media.
Touch [YES] .OK The recording medium is changed. Hope this helps, if more help needed, reply back.
That was caused be a "glitch" when the camera was writing to the disk. The reason you are unable to read it on your computer the video file was not closed down properly. This could have happened for two reasons I can think of.
The first and most likely is that the disk its self had a defect on the surface. Anything from a fingerprint to a scratch or a defect in the manufacture. If what you are recording is important DO NOT use generic disks, you save pennies on the desk but risk losing what you shot.
The other reason is that it might have been a onetime malfunction of the camera, you will only know this if it continues to happen with good quality disks.
The good news is that, Yes everything you recorded is still on your disk but it will take people with special talents and software to perform recovery. Look (local, or search the internet) for "Video data recovery service" Make sure that they do "VIDEO Recovery" Sorry I don't have one to recommend to you. I hope this helps you.
I am so so sorry my friend, but like millions of other people you too have found that DVD disks for recording movies simply do not work. The disks are 98% un-reliable for movie recordings and this is why people like myself a Pro Movie maker for 30 years keep telling the silly sods who make movie camera WE WANT TAPE cameras back, and the only one which ever worked well was 8mm tape. I surgest you call those fools on the Sony line and tell them that you like us do NOT trust these Sony disk cams on 01256 828828 UK number. I will be pleased if you let me know how you get on, because these disks simply are rubbish.
I have the same problem. If you have taken the disk out of the re-corder, then you can no longer finalize the disk...and you will potentially lose the data on the disk. Their only solution was to take it to a professional media service and see if they could recover it...what a joke...at no point in the manual does it indicate that you cannot remove your disk or face the potential of losing your recording...I lost the recordings of the birth of my son...I will never forgive that...
It's the disc not the camera......I purchased a 3 pack of Sony DVD-R discs. I put the first disc in and it recorded once. The next time I tried to record I got the message "movie recording disabled". After calling Sony, searching online, resetting the camera and reading through the manual I replaced the disc with another from the 3 pack and it is recording just fine. I read that recording straight to DVD has many problems, and I believe this is one of them. SONY SUCKS!!!!!
guys hope you all found the solution like me who had same issue. if you
noticed, it says about the aspect ratio and that means the formated
disc aspect ratio is not compatible with the aspect ratio your camera
need. so re-formating the dvd with right aspect ratio solved the
problem quickly and we have peace.
DV-PC Recorder is a Windows XP only application that enables you to record images and sound on the tape in the camcorder and on the computer's hard disk by connecting a camcorder equipped with the DV CONTROL function to a computer using an IEEE1394 (DV) cable.
DV-PC Recorder has the following features.
1. You can record movies simultaneously on your computer's hard disk and on the tape by pressing the start/stop button on the camcorder.
2. It enables long, continuous recordings, which you cannot achieve with the tape alone.
(Approximately four and a half hour's worth of recording will fit on a 60GB hard disk.)
3. You can start editing the movies on the computer right after recording, as the images and sound are saved on the computer's hard disk.
(Optional editing software is required to edit movies)
4. You can record movies on the tape in the camcorder and on the computer's hard disk by controlling the DV-PC Recorder from your computer.