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Unsupported scene error

Am using a GZ-HM200BU camcorder.
Filled memory card recording scenes. When I used playback option, the first set of scenes recorded fine. But next two pages of screen all show a question mark for the file and if I try to play them, I get error message "unsupported scene".

What are likely causes?

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  • David Demers
    David Demers Dec 11, 2012

    I'm havinv the same problem. Has anyboby out there been able to come up with a solution??

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SOURCE: Delete unwanted scenes

In order to do editing of footage, the camera needs to be in "VR" mode. This is not as compatible as "VIDEO" Mode with DVD players, but will probably work on most newer DVD players.

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