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Bruning to DVD

I have transfered all of my videos on to my CPU. I have opened my software program and found my videos selected the ones I wanted to "author and burn". It goes through the procees of importing them and then it take about 5-8 minutes "authoring" and then I get the "ERROR CODE FF037303" It pops out my disc and tells me it cannot finish the specified task.

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  • JacyT Jul 02, 2008

    I add my videos to the program select all videos and then do author and burn. It will initialize them but when it gets to the burn screen it just keeps saying 0%. It won't burn any of my videos!

  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    I have transfered all of my videos on to my CPU. I have opened my software program and found my videos selected the ones I wanted to "author and burn". It goes through the procees of importing them and then it take about 5-8 minutes "authoring" and then I get the "ERROR CODE FF037303" It pops out my disc and tells me it cannot finish the specified task.

  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    I have transfered all of my videos on to my CPU. I have opened my software program and found my videos selected the ones I wanted to "author and burn". It goes through the procees of importing them and then it take about 5-8 minutes "authoring" and then I get the "ERROR CODE FF037303" It pops out my disc and tells me it cannot finish the specified task.

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2009

    I have the same problem... and I too will take this stupid thing back and buy one that functions unless we find an answer quite soon.

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Didn't find a soultion. Can't find any one who can unless I pay for it. I spent too much for these 4 cameras and am about to take them back and get 4 new cameras to whom at least offer free support for at least through the warranty.

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You can add video content to your Apple iPod and watch movies on its screen.
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The iPod supports a variety of video formats, and iTunes can convert other files that are not supported.

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Click on the movie you just added to iTunes, go to the "Advanced" menu and select "Create iPod or iPhone Version."
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Transfer DVD Movies to an iPod
Transferring DVD movies onto your iPod for personal on-the-go viewing depends on the exact type of DVD you are using.
Some DVDs are in a format that can easily be transferred to iTunes, which can then convert the movies to a format for the iPod if needed.
If the DVD can't immediately be played in iTunes, you will need extra software to convert it before you can transfer the movies to iTunes and then to the iPod.

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Connect the iPod to the computer with its USB cable if it isn't already connected.
If it is already connected, or if the iPod does not automatically sync with iTunes, drag the DVD movie file from the library list to the iPod shown in the iTunes source list.


Convert the movie file to an iPod friendly format if you get a message saying the file can't be played on the iPod by selecting "Convert Selection for iPod" in the Advanced menu.
Please note that this conversion can take some time--five to 10 minutes for every two minutes of video.

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Download and install a DVD conversion program to your computer; look for one specifically designed for converting DVD to iPod if possible.


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Select the format that the file will be converted to from the program's drop-down list of available formats if the program is not automatically set for an iPod format. If an option specifically labeled "iPod" isn't available, choose an MP4 format.


Choose a location on your computer to save the converted file to using the program's "output" option--the desktop is the most common and easiest location.


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Open up the iTunes application and drag the converted iTunes or MP4 file into the iTunes library.


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As always, refer to the manual if you run into any problems ...
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You will first want to check in Final Cut Express where the transfers will end up on the computer, and pick a suitable location with plenty of hard drive space (Final Cut Express menu / System Settings / Scratch Disks) so you can find them if you want to at some point in the future.

Assuming you will be editing in Final Cut Express, you won't actually need to find them, but its important to select a scratch disk location that has plenty of hard drive space, and if you want to copy one of the clips to use it directly to just upload to YouTube or something like that, you'll know where they are (they will be .mov files, and can play all by themselves using Quicktime or any similar program)

As always, refer to the manual if you run into any problems ...
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Before trying to transfer the video files.
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