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I have a recording from a WJ-HD300 which exported to DVD along with the viewer, I'm wondering what video format this system uses and can I convert it to something that I can edit?

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SOURCE: Panasonic DMR-E55 Won't Let me Record my own VHS

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This is probably caused by an irregular magnetic encoding pattern being generated by the tape itself. If the DVD recorder does not fully recognise the code, it may incorrectly interpret it as copy protected. If there is any tape flutter or there are tape edits, these can contribute to the problem. In addition to this magnetic imprinting can occur on old tapes that have been stored for a number of years without being spooled. basically wrong bits of the tape get magnetised. You can sometimes hear an echo on old tape recordings caused by imprinting.

You could try the following:

1) If available, try using a different video machine to play back and record from.

2) Whatever video machine you use, put your tape in, fully fast forward and rewind a couple of times, then try your recording again. This is particularly important if you haven't used the tape for some time.

3) If it fails again, check to see if it always fails at the same point.

4) If it does, try winding forward a little and then try to resume recording.

5) If you can record it means that a short section of tape is giving a spurious code to your dvd recorder and confusing it.

6) Use a re-recordable dvdrw to make a master. You won't keep wasting discs if the recording stops. You will also be able to produce another dvd from your master and edit it if your recording ends up in a number of segments.

7) Always use the highest quality setting possible when producing a master.

8) If all else fails, if you have a friend with another dvd recorder, maybe try that.

Have fun....

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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I had this same issue...I bet you're using DVD-R, am I correct?

Apparently you can't copy video from DVD-R to the HD Writer. Period. Just can't do it. (Would be nice if they mentioned this in the manual.)

You can only use DVD-RW and must format the disc to VR format, not Video format.

I'm using a program called Handbrake (free) which I think can convert your .vob files (from the Video_TS folder on your DVD) to quicktime files, or similar, so that you can actually do something with the video...

Best of luck, I'm really no expert, and I probably won't return to this page, so a reply to me is likely not going to be read by me...

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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Helen,

I've tried every possible switch setting combination and have come to the conclusion that the firewire option board is in need of repair. I ended up solving the problem by getting a Sony Palm Cam from Wal-Mart on sale and use that to capture my audio and video. Then, to send the tape to the network, once I'm done editing, I export to miniDV on the Sony and copy that tape to DVCPro using analog AV connections.

It's not exactly an elegent solution, but it works.......

Thanks anyway,

Steve

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic SDR-H40 video images distorted in Media Player

The camera does not write the 16:9 code properly in the mpeg so Windows media player does not recognize it properly. There is a little utility called index.zip that you can download which has a file sdcopy.exe which copies the file from the camera and properly writes the code. Then any current video editing software will recognize it and display it properly. It is also a handy utility that I prefer over the software that came with the camera.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: How to transfer Panasonic DMR-E80H recorded DVDs to computer

I have to agree with XELIAM regarding finishing the disk, under the DVD "FUNCTIONS" selection from the remote. I also use the SLYSOFT products to transfer my videos to what ever other mode of video I wish to have, whether iPOD (MP4), or DIVX (AVI) or loads of other options. Slysoft makes a GREAT product

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I have a multi-format dvd recorder double/dual layer from memorex, how do I burn vhs video to dvd video ?


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on Jun 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I recently purchased a JVC HD everio GZ-HD300, how


This camera is like an external drive when connected to PC. The videos you recorded is just like a normal digital file. Install the software provided so that you can transfer it into other format you need like mpeg1,mpeg2 etc. or you can just rename the file after copying to pc. Ex. MOV000A.TOD, change it to MOV000A.mpg, make sure to have back up, this process is e reversible. Drag the file anywhere you need it. Hope it helps

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With the development of video recording technologies, more and more people are willing to record their daily lives with camcorders to keep memories, such as wedding parties, birthday parties, babies’ growth, or whatever else they thought deserved recording. Sometimes recording is simple, while handling the generated videos is complicated. Because the video files produced by camcorders usually can not be recognized by most playing or editing software on Mac directly, MOD is one of the formats among them. If you have a JVC, Canon, or Panasonic camcorder, you have probably seen this format before. Next I am going to share some of my knowledge about MOD format and how to convert MOD to other video and audio formats for further enjoyment.
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MOD is the informal name of tapeless video format used by JVC, Panasonic, and Canon in some models of camcorders, such as JVC GZ-MG130, GZ-MS100U, GZ-MG255, Panasonic SDR-SW20, SDR-SW21, SDR-S26, Canon FS100, FS200, FS21 and so on. It is used exclusively for standard definition video files, and has never been given to a meaning explanation or official name by JVC or Panasonic, the pioneers of it.

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on Jan 30, 2010 | Cameras

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I have a samsung flash camcorder (smx-c10lp/xeu) and have been struggling to put any recording onto a dvd. Can you suggest a program please? I have tried nero but it doesnt recognise the file types. I am...


it depends on what exactly want to do with the files...if you just want to store them and use them into computer for future watching and managing ...Nero can do that ..but you have to choose to make Data dvd ...it will not be playable in classic dvd players...but it will play in most computers..with the right codecs on ...
also ..if the files came out in Vob format ...(I assumed that cause you said nero do not sow the files..) there are VOB to..avi converters on the net ...downloads for free..
but ..from what I understood ...tis camera is capable to export Mpeg 4 file format ...this is readable in most dvx players...and all computers with a player and a dvx codec....and also can be converted in dvd clasic format even with nero...if you choose to make dvd ...ad mpeg 4 files ...and have patience ..cause it is taking time ...
anyway ...if you want to make a classic dvd format ..playable in all dvd ...(video -ts files...) you need this kinda program
http://www.soft29.com/how-to/convert-vob-to-dvd.htm
use it to make (convert the files in dvd format ..than use nero to burn dvd...

Jan 10, 2010 | Video Cameras

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I just bought and set up the vhs to dvd program but when i coppied the video onto the disc and tried to play ti in the dvd player it said disc error.i made sure i followed the hook up directions.help!


You have either used a disc that is not compatible with your dvd player, or used the wrong file system for the dvd and/or format, have not finalized the dvd recording.
If you use a dvd-r for recording, the disc has to be finalized, regions use different formats of video(UK=PAL, USA=NTSC)
The easiest way to use your disc would be to convert the video to avi format(xvid divx mp4/3) and burn to a disc as data format.
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Aug 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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