Hello sir i have a problam . last night i shooted a video or some photos in a function.and when i come to home.the battery level is 10 min.then i want to finalize it.in meantime the battry is stopped and...
I presume you were recording JPG's or video's to a DVD-R disk using the Sony camcorder, is this correct?
It finalizes the video to make it playable on a computer as a completed file. When you finalized it with a nearly dead battery it was in the middle of the process when the battery ran out. That is very dangerous to do with a nearly dead battery. It will corrupt the file or the entire disk if it runs out while it's writing to the disk. That's why some models won't let you start that unless you have it connected to AC power too.
It sounds like it was working on the file, got partway and ran out and corrupted the data.
So now it's stuck halfway done and that's not a mode it's expecting to see. It doesn't know what to do with the file or the disk.
The data is probably 99% intact but the formatting of the file or the file header isn't right anymore. You could try some other video player programs, and may find one that can read it - if you can read the disk at all.
You may have also been finalizing the DVD itself, if that is what you were recording onto ( you didn't say).
If that got interrupted while it was burning the final table of contents, etc then you probably won't be able to do anything with it. Someone who is very good with the intricate details of DVD copying and the file structures that are used may be able to rescue it though.
They'd have to read the disk in raw format or make it into an ISO image which allows them to make a copy of it. Then they can work on the copy without hurting the original any farther.
So again,, the data is probably there,,, since it was recorded on there, but the final file structure that is created during finalizing got missed or messed up, so it doesn't "know" that there is data there. So hang onto the disk, it's on there, you just need an expert that can convert the files into the proper format and finalize or retrieve the data off it.
Aug 12, 2010 |