Please help with learning how to burn video from my camcorder using my computer. I have a DVD burner on my computer and the camcorder came with USb cables , even the instruction book didn't show how it just showed how to by using a DVD Recorder. I know they make a JVC Everio DVD Burner but it is to much money.
i have uploaded a video from my camcorder edited it using windows movie maker and now i cant burn a dvd!!
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Re: HOW TO BURN MOVIE ONTO DVD WITH MY COMPUTER
Windows Movie Maker has a few features that are missing for it to complete the job, In fact Microsoft no longer supports the product. This is why it's not included in Vista. Nero makes software to do it as well as Pinnacle. I use Studio and it will walk you through the capture process, edit, menu creation, and burning to DVD.
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first you must connect the camcorder to the computer once its connected you will be able to see it in my computer click start right click on my computer select open you should see your camcorder open it you should be able see your video file. then open up your burning program depending on which burning program you have you can select either dvd or cd to burn an iso or make a cd/dvd movie once you have made your choice a browser should open navigate to your camcorders video select it ((will depend on which burning program you have)) add to you should a graph oh how many mbs have been used once it loads select burn hope this helps
try to use USB to plug your device to your computer. make sure that you have an installed driver for your camcorder to recognize your device on your pc. all brand new camcorder came with an installation software cd. now your ready to transfer your video to your computer. use any movie maker application like ulead movie maker, nero movie maker or windows movie maker edit it and save it. burn it to your vcd or dvd burner to play on your dvd player. if you dont have a driver i will find one for you. hope that helps!
You need to download the movie to a computer and store it in a video file. Then you should be able to use a software program to burn it to a DVD. I use a TIVO for watching and burning my videos. You don't need a computer. You save the video by recording it to the TIVO's hard drive then after it is on the drive you DUB it to an empty DVD-R disc.
Well what i did was i got a ati video card that had built in video inputs (and it also had a tunner) plugged the camcorder up to it and recored what was on the camcorder on to the pc (ati came with a utility that made this possible). after the movie was on the PC i recored it to dvd with nero. I think you could also use movie maker that comes with windows xp
i suggest you obtain the program cyberlink powerproducer onto your pc which is such a user friendly program to help you burn video from camcorder straight onto a dvd. you should be able to download from the internet.
I found the best way of editing the footage from these cameras is to put the DVD disc into your computer and copy the contents of the VIDEO_TS folder onto another folder on your hard drive. The uses a video editing application which is specifically designed for the MPEG format. I would highly recommend the low cost "Womble MPEG Video Wizard" which is available for a 30 day trial at www.womble.com.