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I am trying to burn a DVD/RW Disc from a JVC HD Camera connected to my Computer by a USB Cable. I cannot get the source drive typed on Sonic Record. I have the destination OK. If I could set the source drive I am sure I could burn the movie that is on my Digital JVC HD Camera. Yours hopefully....Clinton Jacobs jacent@dodo.com.au

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  • jacent Apr 20, 2008

    Dear Basti,
    I am attempting to burn a DVD/RW Disc directly from the hard drive of my new JVC Hard Drive Camcorder...Model GZ/HD7AA Serial No.11250311. I have previously backed up the movie to an external hard drive as the h.d. on my computer is almost full. Trying to burn a disk from my external hard drive has proved to be un-successful. If I could enter the source drive in sonic record, I am sure I could burn the disc successfully.

    Hoping this explanation has better explained my problem. Sincerely...Clinton Jacobs

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Jacent i believe that you are getting the drive letter in my computer for you camera. So open the drive locate the file which is ther in the drive transfer the data to your harddrive then once it is done check the size of the folder which should not exceed more that 4.5 gigs
or else use any cd cutting software to reduce the file size. then simple use the burn programe to burn the dvd and it should work.
Please let me know.

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Can you provide me with the model information of your camera.

If the movie is in the camera, there is a good chance that it is on the dvd you are trying to burn it to. Unless the camera has a internal memory.

Will know more when you post the details.

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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  • Ekse Apr 20, 2008

    hey, jacent



    Thanks, the information you provided was most helpful in understanding what you are trying todo.



    What options you see in the source list?

  • Ekse Apr 20, 2008

    are you useing a SHARE STATION DVD BURNER?. The camera doesnt have a burned build in.



    I beleave this is your camera?

    http://camcorder.jvc.com/product.jsp?mod...

  • Ekse Apr 20, 2008

    ok, Seems I have misunderstood.



    You are trying to burn a movie that is stored in your pcs external harddrive, its not in the camera anymore correct?



    I would recommend you get the nero burning rom software

    from this link

    http://www.nero.com/eng/downloads-nero8-...



    I beleave this will work alot better.

  • Ekse Apr 20, 2008

    Im sorry but your original posts where very confuseing.



    So basicly, the main thing beond that text is



    You are trying to burn a movie witch is stored in your pcs external harddrive. Into a dvd disk.



    The sonic program isnt working so try the nero.



    Let me know how it goes, I can also help you with remote assistance so I can see your screen and move your mouse with your permission if you are intrested in geting this solved fast.

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What operating system are you using? did you load the driver for your JVC cam to your computer already?

Posted on Apr 20, 2008

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    Edgar Allan Pagayona Apr 20, 2008

    http://support.jvc.com/consumer/custrel/...

    YOu can download driver on this site by selecting the product model and OS.

    Your computer should recognize your camera first so that you can burn from computer.
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    Here is where you cn get manual for your cam

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    Edgar Allan Pagayona Apr 20, 2008

    So you mean that you are actually attaching a hard drive on your camcorder, does it have an adapter, is that a powered H.D? if it is try connecting the adapter to a power surge, the reason why your camcorder is not recognizing it because there is no signal from the HD itself to be recognized by the camera, once you plug it in it will generate power thru USB and send signals to Camcorder, make sure that HD is compatible with your unit as well. Plug the camcorder as well to power surge..

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