Question about Video Cameras
I have a Sony DVD 109E camcorder. I usually use Sony RW discs but whilst on holiday in New Zealand purchased a Verbatim DVD-R Sony Compatible. It recorded fine for about 30 mins but then came up with a message ' Movie recording disabled'
I can see where material appears to have been recorded on the disc but the camcorder will not read it. If I insert a new disk everything is fine. If I put the verbatim disc back in I get the same error message and there are no scenes to playback.
I understand this may be a disc error. I did not get chance to finalise the disc so it is not recognised in either my PC or a DVD player.
Is there anyway the material on the disc can be accessed?
Yours in hope
You need to finalize it in the camera, the one you used.
Then you should be able to access what little data if any on it.
If you can not get it to finalize then take both the camera and disk to a photo shop. They may be able to recover it for you.
Let us know the results. Good luck
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
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