Whenever i am in the final stage of making a movie, after having inserted the blank CD, the button that says START does not flash or is not functioning. But if i click HARD DISK in the destination option menu, the START button flashes and is functioning. Why is this happening?
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did you "close" or "finalize" the VCD? that's what makes the cd most compatible with all other players. you'd be surprised how many burners don't have that available setting as the "default" setting. also note some of the older, and/or more expensive DVD players have problems with some VCDs. sometimes the newer and cheaper models are more compatible friendly.
After installation of Picture package softward, I am unable to burn the recorded video directly to CD-R. The software is not at all recognising the CD Writer, and give a message insert a blank CD, eventhough a blank CD is in the drive.
THERE IS ANOTHER WAY TO MAKE VCD. GO TO MOVIE MAKER. CONNECT HANDYCAM TO PC AND PLAY THE VIDEO. ON MOVIE MAKER START CAPUTURING THE IMAGE. A WORD OF CAUTION. GO TO VIDEO SETTTINGS AND SELECT 640 X 320 RESOLUTION FOR BETTER QUALITY VIDEO OUTPUT AND VIEWING. WORKS GREAT. THE PROBLEM OF NOT ABLE TO DETECT DRIVE POSSIBLY IS DUE TO THE CD/DVDW NOT IN THE LIST OF DRIVES DETECTED BY PICTURE PACKAGE. THE PROBLEM HAS BEEN REPORTED FOR LAST MANY YEARS AND NO DEFINATE SOLUTIONIS FOUND ON THE NET.
heres do this!
install the driver cd came with your camcorder. after you install it, use usb wire and insert it from your camcorder usb interface to the computer's usb. upload your videos by using any movie maker application such as ulead movie maker, nero movie maker or any applications that would edit your videos. save it to your pc with any various types of videos such as avi, divx, dvd, vcd, etc..
install the driver cd came with your camcorder. after you install it, use usb wire and insert it from your camcorder usb interface to the computer's usb. upload your videos by using any movie maker application such as ulead movie maker, nero movie maker or any applications that would edit your videos. save it to your pc with any various types of videos such as avi, divx, dvd, vcd, etc.. hope that helps you sir!
I'm not sure why the camcorder is giving you an error message... but you should know that this "Burn VCD" thing is a pretty nasty hack from Sony.
This will only work in conjunction with the Sony "Picture Package" software.. you have to have that running and properly set up for the video transfer via USB to work. And if it does work, the quality will be horrible -- 1/4 the resolution of you DV images, and arguably worst than VHS tape.
For a real video transfer from any mini-DV camcorder, you need a Firewire connection (Sony calls this i.Link), and a video capture utility (Windows Movie Maker will work, that's included with most versions of Windows these days). A good video package will allow you to convert the DV footage into DVD, which maintains the quality of the DV camcorder's native format.