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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.
this is possible only if the camera have a web-cam mode...or ...anyway try to open the windows movie maker ..and capture from device..open the camera in shooting mode..and try to see if it works ..I know it works with web cameras that why I said to put it in web-cam mode to avoid storing the capture in the camera ..anyway it may store it and stream it to windows movie maker in the same time ...If you do not have any other software use it ..
You need to connect the cam and PC using a cable (it should have come with the cam).
Switch on the cam.
Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video from device.
If the movie maker doesnt detect, try installing the driver first.
Mine came with Arcsoft Total Media
Extreme. At first it did a great job of making movies. It has been freezing up lately.
You should have gotten a copy with the cam or a link to download it at least. If not, buy a vid editing package that supports hd mov files. The compression is h2.64 I think.
I don't have specific editing software, but I recently bought windows Vista 32bit. I have a Panasonic NVGS15 video cam. When I try to connect the DV cam to the computer via a USB, it keeps telling me the drivers are not valid for this OS. Which then means when I go into movie maker, it doesn't recognise the camera as connected. The Panasonic website does not have any new drivers.Where do I get the drivers to down load the same
You are probably more of a person into the actually editing of cameras than the technical know how for this type of problem, but I thought I would give it a try.
you can always backup those movies you want to your computer using a software like nero from majorgeeks.com and use this. for you to have a fresh start, reformat the cam afterwards and look for a latest fiemware update.