Question about Panasonic VDR-D100 DVD Camcorder
Using a Panasonic VDR-D100 DVD camcorder I filled numerous Sony Handycam DVD-RW minidiscs. I no longer have the camera or any accessories; only the discs. I do no remember if I finalized them as it has been several years. I want to convert the recordings to a format I can use to view them on my computer running Windows 7 but it will not read them. Is it correct that I need to "convert" them to "what?" then download them to my computer and then burn them to "standard" DVD discs? How do I do all this? Thanks. I have reviewed many of the posts but not found an answer. James
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
plug the camera in via usb so the camera shows up as a removeable drive. if it picks up the camera as a DVD burner instead of drive, install the DVD-RAM drivers (in compatibility mode for XP SP2 w/ administrative privileges if necessary) and browse the contents of the disc - copy and paste the VRO file to your hard drive and rename it as an mpg - should be readable at that point. good luck.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
Software like Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere Pro or Corel VideoStudio should all work. My advise would be to also use a Firewire cable (may involve installing a firewire card) Just using the USB connecting will often if not always loose the audio
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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