Used sony dvd+rw dual layer and memorex dvd-r single
Using DV in from my canon elura 100 to dv in on the sony
The machine begins to record then after 10 minutes it just stops and the screen displays "failed to record" "remove disc."
I thought that the buffer amount of video was too great so I reedited my video tape and shortened the tape to about 40 minutes. The same thing happened.
I don't want to keep buying discs by trial and error, or is there any other things to try?
Need to connect both the 3-prong AV adapter *and* the firewire cord. The firewire connect alone does not work, and the 3-prong AV cord alone does not work. But connect both cords to the two devices, and it seems to work. 15 minutes and counting... Hope this helps someone.
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You are on the right track. Every "multi-format" DVD recorder, DVD burner and DVD-RW drive I have ever owned has had problems with one type of media or another. This is because the discs all have their own patented dye mixtures, and each is a little bit different.
I have problems using Memorex DVD-R discs on my Toshiba DVD recorder. The only drive I can get good results with Memorex DVD-R's is on my Memorex DVD drive.
For DVD-R media, I have had the best success with TDK DVD-R's.So far, they have worked on all my devices.
You may want to try DVD+R media. I use Memorex Lightscribe DVD+R and for dual layer recording, I use Ativa DVD+R DL discs, both of which have worked very well and I rarely have to throw one away.
It takes allot longer, but on my PC I always use the "verify" function to make sure I get a good copy.
Try checking the right audio cable because the music comes through on the right and the narration comes out on the left. Try unplugging and replugging the red audio cable. If that dosent not work try another cable.
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if you have a pc and a video editing programme, you can make the 3 dvds into one by adding them individually as chapters directly from your camera.
The programme i use is nero recode, you can download a trial version of this if you have no video editing programme.