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I have sony handycam 2000x. I can't seem to import my films taken onto my coputor. Iwould like to burn my films taken onto several disks. Thus,sending them to family abroad. I do have the handbook on my computor. However,do not find the information easy to follow.

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Finalized a Sony DVD-RW in a Handycam and now it asks "Make the disc recordable? DVD menu will be deleted. Yes/No. Not sure what I want.


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The answer you want here is no. If you choose yes the Handycam will erase the data on the DVD-RW and get it ready for you to record on again. Now the disk is finalized thats the end of the burning process and the disk is done.




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May 03, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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Less quality loss burning AVCHD to Blu-ray Disc on Mac with Final Mate and...


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Sony HD videos Review:Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 and HDR-CX110

Camcorders and cameras could be the electronic devices that you would never get rid of. There are special events and memorial moments like wedding, sports, birthday party, a long trip in South Africa and so on.

While choosing a camcorder with less than $500 bucks, what models would you consider? There are popular brands like Sony, Panasonic, JVC, and Canon.
Each manufacture promotes products with different attractive points. Here I would like to take a look at two new release Sony camcorders, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 and Sony Handycam HDR-CX110, for entry-level consumers as examples.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 could be taken as one of the ultra-compact camcorders with the light weight, while Sony Handycam HDR-CX110 is general camcorder. Both AVCHD camcorders are wonderful with HD recording at 1920x1080, and there are bundled tools for some camcorders. However, the Mac version of PMB portable only seems to support Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 now, and there is no news for Sony HDR-CX110 yet. To make full use of AVCHD camcorder, you can use AVCHD MTS/M2TS converter for easy video editing and importing to software like Adobe Premiere, Avid.
Let's have a look at the comparison chart for the two models:

Even though Sony HDR-CX110 is more expensive and larger than a mini-camcorder, this model includes a 25x zoom lens for better video and picture. However, Cyber-shot also includes higher effective sensor resolution to 10.2 megapixels. The AVCHD videos with MPEG4 AVC/H.264 video codec provide high quality. Since the videos are recorded with interlace, while playing AVCHD MTS/M2TS videos on computer, you shall remember to deinteralce .mts for smooth playback.
If your eye is not that critical for images, the two models Cyber-shot DSC-TX7 and HDR-CX110 could be your first camcorder for HD video. If you are looking for a higher quality camcorder, a higher cost will be ready for around a thousand bucks like Sony Handycam HDR-XR520V, HDR-CX550V, Canon Vixia HV30 or other AVCHD camcorders. Fortunately, the AVCHD camera MTS converter from Aunsoft Studio supports the AVCHD camcorders listed above, and you can play and edit HD videos on both Windows and Mac.

on Aug 10, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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In trying to download video from our cam corder (Sony DCR-SR85) to our PC we get the following message 'Document management information can not be located" and we are unable to download the video files....


Different ways to transfer video:
Transfer the video to the computer using one of the following methods:

Use the Import pictures and videos option.
    1. In the AutoPlay window, click Import Pictures and videos using Windows .
    2. In the Import Pictures and Videos window that appears, click Import Settings .
    3. In the Import Settings window, assign the location on the computer where you want to copy the picture and movie files.
      • Next to Import images to click the Browse button and then select the desired folder (for example, My Pictures ).
      • Next to Import videos to click the Browse button and then select the desired folder (for example, My Videos ).
    4. Click the OK button.
    5. In the Import Pictures and Videos dialog box, click the OK button.
    6. Click the Import button.

  • Use the supplied Handycam┬« Utility application.
    1. Start the Handycam Utility application bundled with the Sony® Picture Utility software.
    2. In the Handycam Utility window, click to the select the type of files you want to transfer: HD movies , SD movies or Pictures .
    3. Click the Import button.

  • Copy and paste the video files from the Removable Disk window that represents the camcorder.
    1. On the computer desktop, create a new folder.
    2. If the Removable Disc window is not showing, open the My Computer window and then click to select the Removable Disk icon.
    3. In the Removable Disk window, click to select all the folders and files listed.
    4. On the keyboard, press the CTRL+C keys to copy the folders and files.
    5. Open the new folder that you created.
    6. In the new folder, press the CTRL+V keys on the keyboard to paste the folders and files into the new folder.
    7. Rename the new folder.

Oct 21, 2010 | 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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Sony Handycam DCR SX33E


Sony Handycam DCR-SX33
I shot some video and when I try to play it this message comes up :
"No applicable files available"...what does that mean
The display screen has a grey sort of sideways broken chain on each little film I shot
Any info or guidance most welcomed
Thanks
Tony Swindon

Oct 04, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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I have a Sony Cybershot 7.2 and when I plug it into my computer now I am not getting the option to import pictures. It shows removable drive, but no way to import. I have never had this problem before. I...


Double-click on the removable drive and your picture files should appear. Press ctrl+a to select all of them. Drag and drop them into a folder you create on your desktop.

Jan 04, 2010 | Digital Cameras

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Deleting a section of film from sony handycam dcr-hc28


No way to delet a spacific portion of film in camera. use Movie-Maker like thing to edit it in PC.

Jul 31, 2008 | Sony Digital Cameras

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Keep on changing the focus during video capture


As you pan autofocus will try to latch onto a different focal point. Check your manual or go to the Sony Tech support team

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