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Re: canon mini dvd editing
First install the cd driver camed from the camcorder to your computer. then use your usb to connect your camcorder and your computer. try to use any movie maker software. (but i recommend to use Ulead Movie Maker as editing and saving software) now you can see your camcorder device on some movie maker and you can upload it now on your computer edit it and save it with any video types that you like. hope that helps!
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To have the content of your mini-disks on your PC you have to finalize the DVD-RW in the camera; after that you insert the Mini-DVD in the DVD drive of your PC; after that you can use Windows Media Center (or anything similar) to copy it to the PC hard drive and create a standard DVD. But if your video recording device came with Firewire you can directly attach the camera and copy the mini-disk content to the hard drive and edit and burn it with the Nero.
http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/0900000562/DC210NIM-EN.pdf here is the manual look on page 62 for playback on a pc. you need a dvdrom drive. if you have one make sure you have software like windows media player 10 or 11, or powerdvd to play the movie. as for editing the video is a little bit more tricky. you are going to have to "rip" the video and then combine it in a program like windows movie maker with the other dvd that has been ripped too. when you are done editing in windows movie maker just choose avi or dvd type.
To transfer your canon data in tape, you need to install driver of canon mini dv in your computer. Then paired your canon with computer trough usb to make data transferring.
To burn a dvd disc you need to install software for dvd burner like Nero S in your computer to edit your AV and burn into DVD disc. Make sure your computer have DVD R/W to do so.
when recording on DVD, there's certain rules that you should always rememver:
before recording on the DVD, you need to initialize it (Menu>disk-options> initialize)
for the moment, in order to get the videos, you need to download the RAW format converter from Canon.com and then you can use Windows Movie maker (simplest but not the only one) to creat, edit, or convert the format of your clips.
Several steps are involved.
You will need a firewire or USB cord to connect your camera to your computer. You will need a video capture application on your PC. Macs come with this program, I-Movie. Once captured, the movies can be edited. Your PC will need a combination drive to burn a DVD from the captured material.
An easier way: Take your camera output and feed it directly into a DVD recorder. No editing, but it is a one-step process. I use both methods.
I use Handbrake ( http://handbrake.fr ) to turn the minidvd files into Mpeg4 files. I have a canon dc 220 and I hook it up to my computer with the supplied USB cable. I then copy the files onto my laptop and use Handbrake to convert them to the mpeg4 format.
The DC210 will only work with with Mini DVD -R or -RW. I had the same problem when the BestBuy salesman sold me +RW Mini DVD with the DC210. I went back to the store and got them changed for +RW and I was then able to use the DC210.
I think I had a similar problem with my new Panasonic DVD camcorder. Even though I had finalised the RAM disc the PC could not read the disc but could see it. I tried drag & drop into a new folder on my PC. I then renamed the video files by changing the ending to .VOB.
I could then open & play these files in Power DVD. Using software downloaded from the internet I converted the VOB files into AVI and could then use PINNACLE to edit them into a holiday movie/DVD. Some software will enable editing/reading of VOB fileswithout converting to AVI but as I am familiar with PINNACLE I just stick with what I know! Bit laborious but it worked for me.
I still prefer my mini dv camcorder - firewire works perfectly & direct into PINNACLE software for editring..
Hope it works for you
if you have a pc and a video editing programme, you can make the 3 dvds into one by adding them individually as chapters directly from your camera.
The programme i use is nero recode, you can download a trial version of this if you have no video editing programme.