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Burning a disc / from laptop???

Hi, my Everio GZ-MG26EK HDD camcorder is great....only trouble I have a problem getting the movie from the camera to a disc. I have a Fujitsu Amilo notebook which has a burner. I can download the cameras contents to this but am experiencing problems trying to burn a disc. Many hours spent on trying!! I am not a 'techi' so any suggestions please use plain English. regards, shiner.

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  • Dave Brown Apr 29, 2007

    Thanks for the quick reply. I have done as you suggested and found in SD-VIDEO 2 x files named: PRG001 & PRG002. In the PRG001 there is: MOV00A / MOV00A.MOI / MOV00B / MOV00B.MOI etc etc. up to MOV064.M01. The last in the list is different PRG001.PGI
    The second PRG002 is similar, the last file named PRG002.PGI

    What do I need to do now?

    Thanks, shiner.

  • Dave Brown Apr 30, 2007

    Hi, thanks again for the clear explanation. I will give it a go tonight. I am guessing but I suppose I need to re-name all the files with 'proper names'.
    I will report on my progress tomorrow.
    Really appreciate the help.
    Thanks,

  • Dave Brown Apr 30, 2007

    Hi, just checked out www.dropdv.com only problem I have windows XP not a Mac.

    I will keep looking for a cure.
    thanks, shiner.

  • Dave Brown May 16, 2007

    Hi, I am back. Thanks everyone for your suggestions.
    I have now managed to complete the production of a movie on my HDD camcorder ands burn to a disc.
    The disc plays perfectly on my Fujitsu laptop, but when I try to play it on my Toshiba DVD player conected to the TV it comes up as 'blank disc'.
    Any ideas?

    Regards, shiner.

  • gurdips_vird Jan 09, 2009

    i have a problem where discs burnt are not replayed on other computers any solutions??

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If the format of those files recorded by the camera is familiar with the ones we regularly use our computers, I suggest that you connect your camera to your computer, then go to "My Computer", look for your camera which is seen as a storage device in the list of other devices connected to the computer. Right click on it, find "Open" then see what's stored in it.

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    dark side Apr 29, 2007

    Ok. Those files you mentioned are coded in a special order in your SD Card or the HDD of your camera. If you give proper names that you can easily remember while recording videos, then you can activate the "Search" function in the relevant folder on your computer in order to pick them easily before the burning process.

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    dark side Apr 29, 2007

    This is additional info fromhttp://reviews.cnet.com/JVC_Everio_GZ_MG...

    Check out the web page given above, especially the Workflow Solution part of the article.

    But, at least we've learned that the camera saves the data in a .MOD file which is an MPEG-2 codec. This is fine for direct transfer to DVD.

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