HAVING TROUBLE CREATING A DVD. TRANSFERRED MEDIA FILE FROM CAMCORDER TO MY PC HARD DRIVE NO PROBLEM, WHEN I TRY TO CREATE DVD USING SONY'S PICTURE MOTION BROWSER THE CREATION GETS TO APPROX 50% THEN STOPS AND SHOWS ERROR CODE 0040-0013-8046-0000C005. CAN YOU HELP
I had the same problem. When I purchased my HDR-SR11 camera some four years ago, I was running XP and the PMB Disc Burning worked well. When I changed over to Windows 7 I kept bombing out like a lot of other users. The problem was that I was using an old version of PMB (3.0.00). I went to the Sony web site and downloaded the latest version of PMB with an upgrade (0810a.exe) This fixed my problem and the Disc Burn function workes perfectly now.
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you can't direct copy to disk (if you not finished the session) in 98% you home DVDPlayer can't play this. Try to make DVDVideo disk with the help of special program(Nero Ashampoo etc) Or maybe you get some soft with your camera (it will be useful too)
First make sure to finalize recorded disc in camcorder, finalization option is available in camcorder menu and will be enable by powering camcorder with AC charger/ adapter. Now you can transfer movie files in computer or put recorded disc in computer dvd rom and copy files.
Ensure there is enough space available on the Memory Stick Duo media.
NOTE: For model-specific information about how to transfer a video recording, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the product. Manuals are available online in the Manuals/Specs/Warranty section of the Sony® eSupport Web site.
Hi, You need to Finalize recorded discs in camcorder as finalize option is available in camcorder menu. make sure that camera gets power from ac adapter/ charger when finalizing disc. It wont finalize disc on battery. Thanks.
What DVD's are you using +R/RW -R/RW some formats may not work especially on non-branded media some DVD players wont even play CD-R but will play some CD-RW of the correct brand.
I suggest that you try your finalized DVD in your PC then create an image using ImageBurn then burn the image onto a branded media and try again. Most firmware on DVD burners are very forgiving and will support a wider range of manufacturers and formats.
Hope this helps, you might want to look on your DVD players website for updated firmware you will need a blank CD and create a update disc using your computer.
Try to use a cotton swap to 1st clean the recording lens or blow gently
on it. 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
I have tried to copy movies to the computer but when I try to play them on the computer, there is no sound I transferred the videos I recorded onto my computer but no sound when playing them on the PC. The file is also a video clip file not an audio/video file unlike other files that I transferred from my other camcorder
First thing to try is updating the picture package software(assuming you have windows XP);
Probably worth uninstalling and reinstalling the program before applying the update. The update doesn't claim to fix your issue, but try it anyway, there are sometimes additional parts to these updates.
Here is the link for the user manual if you need it;
Check page 100 - USB speed setting - see if that makes a difference.
Check page 86, it has contact links for pixela, who support the software.
If you record a movie, then finalise the disc before trying to transfer the video, this should stop any recording over information without formatting the disc first.
then put the disk into your pc dvd drive instead of using the cable link. You should then be able to view the movies using most media player programs.
Try a dvd on which there are only movie files, no still images - see if you get the same problem.
Hope this helps, please ask again if you still have a problem :)