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IM TRYING TO CONNECT MY CAMCORDER TO MY DVD PLAYER SO THAT I CAN TRANSFER WHAT IVE RECORDED TO A DISC AND THEN LOAD IT ONTO MY COMPUTER. OR FROM CAMCORDER TO COMPUTER. WITCHEVER WAY IT WILL GET MY OLD RECORDINGS FROM MY OLD CAMCORDER TO MY COMPUTER FILES.

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You can{t transfer VHS to DVD by using _DVD_PLAYER_ you need either DVD Recorder or VideoIn card for your PC

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I have a dcr-sr200 and have 7 hrs worth of video to burn that took about five hours. But when I check it the time date stamp did not appear. I can seem to figure it out . please help


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.

Apr 30, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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How to burn MTS, M2TS Videos to DVD on Windows 7?


You have .mts/m2ts videos on your HD camcorder and want to burn it to the DVD disk? This tutorial will show you how to burn MTS/M2TS Videos to DVD on Windows 7.

Before we go to step-by-step guide, we need to understand a bit of background knowledge about MTS/M2TS. According to Wikipedia, both MTS and M2TS are Sony high definition video file types, which are raw AVCHD videos recorded by AVCHD camcorders such as Sony HDR-SR1 camcorders. And m2ts files usually record onto 8cm mini DVDS or blue-ray DVDS, SD memory cards and Memory Stick, or record onto hard drive camcorder

So, We have to convert MTS/M2TS videos to DVD video formats (MPEG-2)before we burn it to DVD disk. Fortunately, there is Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate can burn mts/m2ts video to DVD directly. Importing your MTS/M2TS videos into it and insert a blank DVD disk to DVD Rom, with 1 click, it will bring you a DVD that is playable on your home DVD player. Sounds great? Let's go to the step-by-step guide:

How to burn MTS/M2TS videos to DVD

Step1 Download Wondershare DVD Converter Ultimate, install it and running


Step2 loading videos

Load video files that you want to burn into DVD disk.


Step3 Making a DVD menu


You can select DVD menu template on the left bar. Set background image and music from you local hard disk. Then, click "Next" button

Name DVD label and set video quality and DVD disk type. Click "Start" button. Then, you can take cup of coffee and waiting until it done.

Step4 Burn DVD


That is it, 4 steps to burn videos to DVD and enjoy it on your home DVD player.

on Dec 29, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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How do I transfer my .mov files from camera to dvd player?


Did you finalize the DVD when you finished burning it? Did you choose to have the ability to add more data to the DVD (not recommended) or to record in a single session?

May 08, 2010 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS5 Digital Camera

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I used a mini DVD-RW to record something with my camcorder. Then took the disc out ahd tried to put it in my computer. The computer reformatted th disc. Now I can't find the recordings I made. Have I lost...


If the DVD-RW was re-formatted, everything is gone. There may be a possibility to find a program to recover them, a search on the net may find it, not sure.

Aug 31, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Can't get the the Jazz DV151 to communicate with my computer...


My wife got the same jazz camcorder.This is what i did to get it to read on my computer.I am running Vista ultimate but im sure this would work for XP as well.I connected the cam to the computer and without batteries i pushed the power button and held for 2-4 sec and voila it found the sd card i had.I am not sure if it works with batteries in it but i figure it should. Hope this works for ya

Dec 26, 2008 | Jazz DV-179 Digital Camera

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I have a Hitachi DZ-GX5040E digital camcorder but have misplaced the CD Rom and cannot install on computer. I bought it over a month ago, but have all the reciepts. Is there a download for it, or can I...


http://dvdcam-pc.support.hitachi.ca/asp/Email/EmailRegionSelection.asp

To get the software disc, or an email of the software,you can select your country then look for the camcorder 'email support' link.Then ask your question direct to Hitachi.
You will have to give the serial number as well as the model number of your camcorder.
Your cam is not designed for to transfer by cable direct to a pc.You should record onto a DVD, than you can transfer it from the DVD to your PC.Of course, in your caseyou will have to get back a software disk first! Does not your cam record onto SD memory cards too? Big sizes of those...as big as a DVD are getting much cheaper now.You can transfer easily from one of those, to a pc by using a simple SD/USB adaptor if your pc does not have an SD card reader.The adaptors cost less that £1 in the uk.I guess they are less than US$2 everywhere.They are just a plastic thing with a USB plug on one end, under a cap.The other end has a cap too, and you remove it to slide an SD memory card insided. The it becomes a USB memory stick, and anything on it can be downoaded to a pc.
There's a lot of other useful information linked to the above page, such as DVD camcorder FAQs, user manual downloads etc., but in general, there are so many different Hitachi sites in a country, that the correct one is hard to find. When I seached using your cam model number, it kept coming up as unrecognised, and I just kept trying sites until I found it.Tha letter 'E' on the end of the model number appears to mean European.
Good luck.

Jun 01, 2008 | Hitachi Digital Cameras

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We have a Canon DC22 camcorder. The disc shows that there is only 4 minutes of recordable time left (DVD-R), but upon review it does not show our recorded video. We know that there was viewable video...


are you doing a finalize on your -r discs? if not finalized won't play in anything but camcorder-dvd can be finalized at any time-you should not lose your footage--rw can sometimes play in players w/out being finalized can also delete scenes and reuse-look for finalize in your playback menus

May 22, 2008 | Canon Digital Cameras

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