I would like to know if it is possible to upload data from DVD recordered by HR720 to PC in order to obtain a DVD file system (VIDEO_TS folder ifo and vob files) or to to get the front DV input to work as DV output in order to upload data to a digital camera. is not really a problem but I can use DVD only on HR720 ...
The first is rather easy. You will have to finish the DVD to get it working. After copying a title, finish the DVD and put in you computer's DVD player. Either the film should start to play or you will be prompted whether you want to show the contents or other options. If either of this happens, you are good to go and you can copy the Video_TS folder which should be visible to your hard drive. Done it several times. The second solution is something I try to figure out myself but it seems DV in is really IN and not OUT....
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Buy a 'VICE 1000' hardware unit, which overrides copyright protection, both on DVD and VHS.
Connect between player and hard-drive on DVD recorder.
Thoroughly, and utterly illegal and carries heavy penalties, for breaches of copyright.
not sure if this will solve your issue. But in order to be able to see the DVD recorded on the HR720 (or typically any other DVD recorder) you need to "lock" it. This is done in the File Manager Menu. The DVD recorder will ask you twice, whether you want to "lock" the disk. Once you have done that it will format the DVD like a normal DVD-Video, meaning it can be played on any regular DVD player. However, once locked you cannot re-open the DVD.
Hope this helps. Otherwise check in the user manual under "recording a DVD" - it is mentioned also there.