Question about Video Cameras
I used my video camera to make some game film. now I want to put it on a dvd how do I do that?
It would depend on what type of connection you have on your computer and video camera. The most common way to transfer video from camcorders is to utilize a firewire cable from the camcorder to the computer. You will need to be sure your computer has a firewire card also. Record the video onto your computers hard drive with a digital video program, while keeping in mind that video is rather large before being burned onto disc, so make sure you have plenty of hard drive. Then edit, and burn to a disc.
Another option is to purchase a unit you directly hook your camcorder to and burn with this unit if you do not want to use your computer.
I hope this helps.
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