I CANT SEEM TO BURN FROM COMPUTER TO A DVD IS THERE A FREE DOWNLOAD I CAN USE IN ORDER TO TRANSFER MY CAPTURED FILMING. I HAVE HAD THIS SINCE FEB AND HAVE ONLY JUST MANAGED TO FINAILIZED DISKS AND GOT THEM ON COMPUTER NOW I WOULD LIKE TO ON ON TO A DVD IN CASE COMPUTER GOES WRONG . IM NOT IMPRESSED WITH THIS PRODUCT AS I FEEL IT IS HARD WORK TO GET A ROUND PLEASE HELP I NEED TO DELETE FROM RE WRITABLE FOR XMAS THANKS IN ADVANCE SOPHIE
I am also having trouble making copies of the mini dvd from my camera - when I try to use nero software, it says I need Dolby Digital sound software. It would be nice to have an easy way to share home movies with family and friends by easily making copies of the dvd.
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Have you got a program called Nero? Or any other programs that has a disc burning feature? Have one installed, it's usually free. The insert the dic with the video and right click on the video icon. You should see something like 'Burn' or 'Send'. Click that and a small windows with popup, asking you where you want the video to download. This is also good for music from disc to be transferred to the hard drive of the computer. With some luck, you'll succeed.
I understand that you have burned the videos to a disc using Computer and the burned videos does not have the date and time on it. In order to get date and time on videos taken using the Hard Disk Camcorder, the video should transfer using A/V interface with the DATA CODE option on the Camcorder enabled.
Once you enable DATA CODE, the date and time will be shown when playing videos in the Camcorder. You can view when you connect the Camcorder directly to a TV. While using the A/V interface with Computer to capture videos using an Analog Video Capture Software like Windows Movie Maker, you will get the videos in Computer with date and time displayed. You can burn those videos using a burning software.
If you're using stand alone DVD Recorder, you can enable the DATA CODE and use the A/V interface to connect the Camcorder to the DVD Recorder to get the date and time on videos.
Thanks for understanding. Please let me know for clarifications. You can also give more information about the recording method you're using to give more specific instructions.
You can connect the Camcorder to the Computer using A/V interface to transfer the recordings to Computer.
Once you transfer the recordings from tape to computer, you can use any burning software to burn the recordings to DVDs.
In order to capture the analog videos, you can use the Windows Movie Maker available in the Computer.
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This model has iLink: IEEE 1394 firewire port. If you don't have a firewire card, you can probably find one pretty cheap on the internet (try ebay).
Windows has movie maker, which when the camera is connected, will allow you to capture the video from the camera on the comptuer, although there is no DVD burner software at least on the XP version (not sure about Vista). I use Nero for the whole process: capture, edit, burn to DVD.
you cant transfer those to cd without doing the process of Burning them to the cd/dvd.
if the pics/vids are already there on your computer, use Nero as your burning software and burn them to a blank cd or dvd. the process is simple enough. there are ways on how to burn images to a cd or dvd with nero.
Converting analog video, like from Hi-8, 8mm, and VHS to digital video is not as simple as plugging in a cable. If you happen to have a DVD recorder deck, you can burn a disc from the footage directly. Otherwise, you'll need to get some sort of capture device that converts the analog information to digital, then burn a DVD. I use a Hauppauge TV capture card, it converts signals from coaxial cable to digital on my hard drive. There are small, USB-based video capture devices readily available, some come with editing software, but you can always use Windows Movie Maker on a PC, or iMovie on a Mac.