Question about Sony DCR-DVD301 DVD Camcorder
Thank you, phillip, for your very helpful advice. is there a way to plug the camera into another source, play the disc, and then transfer to a new tape or disc? or is norton's much easier? thanks very much...
Yapp!! Playing the disc using your camera and records the output into another media is the best way to transfer your disc data. Computer nowaday has built in digital capture card, you can record your movie through firewire or IEEE1394 connection(unit always comes with these cables). You can even edit youyr movie, I suggest you learn adobe premiere softwares. Norton is only better when your disc is unreadable or corrupted( thats why he called it data recovery) [:0)
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