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Toshiba DR410 DVD Recorder copying to PC

So I need to copy what I recorded on a DVD-RW to the PC so I can work with it as an avi, mp4 or whatever format. The problem is, when I finalize the dvd and put in my PC drive it show as a Blank/Full dvd. I tried not finalizing it, and now it shows a folder with 2 files 0 bytes each. Is there any way to solve this? It´s a work related thing so I´m kinda in a rush. Any orientation would be greatly apreciated. Thx

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SOURCE: Says blank DVD-RW is not formatted, then formats -- then error

I have same TOSHIBA D-VR4XSU VCR/DVD RECORDER. According to the
manual, you (COULD) can use for recording: DVD-RAM, DVD-RW and DVD-R (see page 50). WRONG!!! I bought all 3 types of discs, but after few
weeks I got same experience you got now. Just type DVD-R works. The other
types were - wasted money and a lot of time trying to finalize the disc. I had to
throw all into the garbage. Try DVD-R and you should?? be O.K.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: DVD - Video Finalization rejection

1. The message can appear if the disc has already been finalised.

2. The disc may be faulty.

3. Try copying again from HDD to another disc. Performing a copy and finalise together by using 'DVD Video Creation' from the Edit menu can be more successful than doing each step separately.

4. When you transferred from your video camera, did you use firewire? If so, did you record at the maximum (default) bitrate of 14+ ? If so, you must copy (rate conversion) to the DVD at a maximum bitrate of 9.2, which is the maximum for the DVD playback standard.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a toshiba DVR-3 Dvd recorder. What format of disc needed

It needs DVD-R or RW format to record.

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SOURCE: Disc initialization Toshiba D-R250SB recorder

can i suggest you record vhs tapes on maxell dvd-r or tdk dvd-r (if you wish to keep them) used the dvd-rw to record those sporting events / movies or specials that you might not be around for....(because any one can accidently erase an dvd-rw).......now that formatting dvd-rw issue. i found that dynex http://www.dynexproducts.com/c-11-storage-media.aspx dvdv-rw works best with toshiba . i record all the ultimate fights erase (format) after i look at and on to next good luck

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: err-14

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/archive/index.php/t-579864-p-2.html

Hope this helps

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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