Question about Sony DCR-DVD301 DVD Camcorder
Hello. I accidentally disconnected the power supply while a disc was finalizing, just as it began the process. The disc still has all the material and plays on the camcorder. Is there a way to continue the finalization process, such as starting on the second scene, so that it can be played in a dvd player, per usual? When I tried to go back to finalizing the normal way, it did not seem to work. Thank you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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OPC: Stands for Optical Processing Calibration.
When you see this message in the Information
Display for the Record DeckK, it means
that the laser transport inside the unit is making
the calibrations and adjustments needed so that
the recording process is optimized for the specific
disc in use.
When an unfinalized CD-R or CD-RW disc is
placed in the Record Deck%, the letters
OPCwill flash once the Table of Contents has
been read. This indicates that the unit is optimizing
its circuits for maximum compatibility with
the specific recordable disc in use. the number
and total running time of any tracks that have
already been recorded will appear in the
Information DisplayK, and the appropriate
indicator SPwill light to tell you if a CD-R or
CD-RW disc is in use.
To Finalize a disc, place it in the Record
Drawer%. Once the disc's Table of Contents
information has been read and the OPC process
has been completed, press the Finalize button
[email protected] note that the Finalize Indicator
Uwill begin to flash. Within three seconds,
press the Select button9*and note that
the Finalize IndicatorUwill stop flashing.
The Finalization process will take up to two
minutes, depending on the length of material
recorded on the disc. During the Finalization
process the Record Deck will not accept any
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