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I have a JVC everio
Sounds like there last on one of the units has worn out I'm afraid. Can you not try on a different burner as if that works then at least you'll know which unit is faulty.
JVC Everio Camcorder with JVC Share Station - NOT using PC
well better is PC
when you can master any thing you want
what you have there is 2 custom JVC devices,
one or the other are bad or the cables.
most parts will be used so pig a poke sack roll dice good or bad.
why do that at all,.
get the PC to save videos.
or get a better camcorder like camcorder HDD./
like pros use. but still made cheap for consumer
VIXIA HF R800
hdd versions or SD versions
make sure the SD can also be use easy on a PC.
the burn DVD with any PC made or DVD burner added
and use free burn app, called Imgburn. free and safe.
best is on PC so it has a future and if parts break super easy to fix. like any good desktop or Dell 3020MT with dvd burner
and DVD-R is the bestmedia, try TDK?
When I try put a
IF you can use it in the server then there is no problem with the drive. There might be a problem on the network settings, if you have double checked the settings you can try to restart bought of the computer the server and the other one. You can also try sharing it with administrator access. And also if it is a dvd you can try updating your video player software for codecs.
Please reply if this doesn't solve it so that I can provide the right resolution.
How can i copy videos
Go to http://www.tubeleecher.com/
and download the video to your computer.
Once you have successfully done that, you can burn the video onto a DVD.
I would like to know
im not sure on your FLIP device using jvc everio but if it has a dvd burner in its program i dont see why you could'nt burn it to a dvd
you would have to convert your video to a dvd format Any Video Converter is a freeware program you can find it at cnetdownload.com
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you must connect the device to the computer once its connected you will be able to see it in my computer click start right click on my computer select open you should see your FLIP device open it you should be able see your video file.
then open up your burning program depending on which burning program you have you can select either dvd or cd to burn an iso or make a cd/dvd movie once you have made your choice a browser should open navigate to your flip device video select it ((will depend on which burning program you have)) add to you could a graph oh how many mbs have been used once it loads select burn
hope this helps
Why won't my disc that I burn from my Everio
Some DVD readers simply will not accept burnt dvds, This is usually a problem with lower end/older players. Unfortunately with stand alone dvd players there isn't anything that can be done to update them.
To avoid the issue in the future, I would suggest getting a DVD player that suports DivX, it will be listed as a feature on the box. This will not only guarantee that the dvd player will accept burnt dvd's, but you will also be able to fit much more video on the DVD due to advancements in video compression technology since DVD players first became available, a standard movie instead of taking up the entire 4.7gb of a dvd, will only require as little as 700mb, meaning you can fit up to 6 full movies onto one blank DVD
hope this was helpful. Sorry there is no easy fix for your problem.
I hooked up my GZ-HD3
It all depends on what file type your camcorder save video's in and what file types are compatible with your DVD player.
Many camcorders save files on a card as MPEG4, you have to check what yours does.
Its ok to write to a DVD but you have to make sure your DVD player can play MPEG4. If not then convert your files or save your files in a format your DVD player can recognise ie MPEG1 or AVI.
Finally, once you've copied videos in a format your dvd plays, make sure you "Finalize" the disk.
This means that you can't copy any more data, but it makes the disk readable on other players.
Even though I'm only trying
It is your "frames-per-second" rating which is too high.
At a lower frame-rate, you should be able to fit 120 minutes of footage onto one DVD.
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