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Can i get my camcorder image onto a computer disk?

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Yes you can. It depends on the type of camera that you have. You might have to connect it to a computer then burn it or transfer from there. Please provide the brand and model of your camera for more specific instructions

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I go to replay a video on my camera and all my videos are there to see but when I select one a white screen comes up and in the lower left corner it says "No applicable files available"


This message appears if data on the hard disk / internal memory / memory card of the camcorder is handled directly with the computer. When you handle data of the camcorder, use the supplied software, PMB.


If you directly handle files or folders of the camcorder from the computer, image files may be damaged or not be played back. Return the files or folders to the condition before handling, or format the recording media with the camcorder.


* If you format the recording media, all movies and still images including protected ones will be deleted.

* Sony will not accept responsibility for any results caused by handling data on the recording media from the computer.



This is the same to the images in the camera, if you have to do something with the images in your camera by PC, you won't playback it too.

Apr 27, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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How to burn MTS, M2TS Videos to DVD on Windows 7?


You have .mts/m2ts videos on your HD camcorder and want to burn it to the DVD disk? This tutorial will show you how to burn MTS/M2TS Videos to DVD on Windows 7.

Before we go to step-by-step guide, we need to understand a bit of background knowledge about MTS/M2TS. According to Wikipedia, both MTS and M2TS are Sony high definition video file types, which are raw AVCHD videos recorded by AVCHD camcorders such as Sony HDR-SR1 camcorders. And m2ts files usually record onto 8cm mini DVDS or blue-ray DVDS, SD memory cards and Memory Stick, or record onto hard drive camcorder

So, We have to convert MTS/M2TS videos to DVD video formats (MPEG-2)before we burn it to DVD disk. Fortunately, there is Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate can burn mts/m2ts video to DVD directly. Importing your MTS/M2TS videos into it and insert a blank DVD disk to DVD Rom, with 1 click, it will bring you a DVD that is playable on your home DVD player. Sounds great? Let's go to the step-by-step guide:

How to burn MTS/M2TS videos to DVD

Step1 Download Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate, install it and running


Step2 loading videos

Load video files that you want to burn into DVD disk.


Step3 Making a DVD menu


You can select DVD menu template on the left bar. Set background image and music from you local hard disk. Then, click "Next" button

Name DVD label and set video quality and DVD disk type. Click "Start" button. Then, you can take cup of coffee and waiting until it done.

Step4 Burn DVD


That is it, 4 steps to burn videos to DVD and enjoy it on your home DVD player.

on Dec 29, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Want to use digital cam as web cam and want use hard disk directy


Unfortunately, you're going to have to buy one or two more cameras.

The A470 was not designed to stream images and videos to a computer, but to record them onto a memory card. It cannot be used as a webcam. Nor cannot it be connected to a computer to save images directly to your hard disk.

Canon's digital SLRs can store images directly to your computer using dedicated software, but they cannot be used as webcams.

So, if you want a webcam, you need to acquire one. Likewise, if you want to save images directly to your computer, you need a camera that can do that. Some webcams can record and store still images, but they tend to be rather low-res, often only 640x480 (0.3 megapixels). Even HD video is only 2 megapixels. Webcams and cameras are two completely different things.

Jan 24, 2010 | Canon Digital Cameras

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I have a sony handycam hdr-cx7. I am able to download/save the still images, but can't figure out how to get the hd videos off the camera.


ok, when you have a High def camcorder like this one it only holds Memory sticks... at the end when you connect the camcorder to the computer the memory stick is recognized aswell for the still images, but the videos are not becuase the format of the videos are AVCHD, wich is just compatible with certain softwares, the camcorder comes with the software it is called "Picture Motion browser", if you dont have the disk you can download it from here http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=HDRCX7, software is compatible with Windows XP and Vista OS but not for Macintosh ok!. Once you connect the camcorder the " USB Select" or " USB connect" will come up, so you will select it and once the software is installed it'll do everything for you.
Hope this would be helpfull.
If you have problems just let me know i work for Sony camcorder support.

Oct 17, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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I have a Sony Cyper-shot 6.o Mega Pixels camera (given to me with no manual) I've got the cord to connect camera to PC. I cannot figure out how to load the pictures from the camera onto my e-mail account.


The mamory card in the camera will show up as a "Removable Disk" on your computer.

1. Go to "My Computer". The camera will probably be Drive E.
2. Click on Drive E (or whatever the "removable disk" is) and open (click) any folders that show up. The pictures will be several folders down.
3. You can then copy these to your "My Pictures" folder in "My Documents" or "browse" to that drive when you want to attach a picture to your email

Hope this helps!

Sep 08, 2009 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S700 Digital Camera

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Camcorder not detected by my computer


I had the same problem with my Canon HF S11 camcorder and found the solution was to connect the usb cable to the back usb port of my computer. Imagemixer then detected the camcorder to transfer videos. Hope this helps.

May 04, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Lost disc


You may have lost the disk.
But you dont need it to transfer images to a Windows computer
Windows can do this all by its self

Sep 01, 2008 | Samsung Digimax S730 Digital Camera

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Problem with transfering images onto my Windows 98


you might have to remove the driver in safe mode of windows 98.

then reinstall the drivers for the camera after removal.

also look in the control panel for add/remove program and look for your camera drivers

if they are there remove them, and reinstall the drivers.

also there are some computer where the usb port could be failing, try the camera on another computer, but i really would suggest a card reader for camera, since it take away the wear and tear of the camera by hooking it up and turning it on for transferring the files. i just use a card reader, and just used the camera to take pictures.

Jul 14, 2008 | Vivitar ViviCam 8300s Digital Camera

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