I generally use my Sony SR100 to record football plays. Since there are upwards of 100 single plays in a game, I'm having trouble putting all 100 onto a DVD (even when there is space available) since the software that came with the camcorder limits this to 95 objects. Is there anyway around this limitation?
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Re: Copying video to DVDs
Yes there is a program called ulead dvd moviefactory you could import all from camcorder and import to movie factory as I use pinnacle studio to import and ulead movie factory to export to dvd format
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well, the 40gig model of the ps3 can have either the dual laser lens, or the single laser lens in it. they started out with the KES-400A single laser lens, but somwhere along the line, they started putting the KES-410A dual laser lens in them, which is supposed to be a more reliable laser lens, but they do fail as well. the most common reason why a ps3 won't read ps3 games and bluray discs, but will read dvds or cds is because they have a red diode that only reads dvds and cds, and a blue diode that reads bluray and ps3 game discs. i would say your blue diode has kicked the bucket and needs to be replaced. you will either need to send the system to sony for repair, or to a third part company to have it replaced, or you can replace the laser lens assembly yourself
I,d suggest that this is a laser related Problem
As CDs And DVDs use Single Layers. Whereas The Games Use Dual-Layer Or Blu Ray Lasers.
You may need a new Laser Unit Fitting. if Still Under warranty, It may be practical to return for repair. as A New Laser Unit is in excess Of £65.00 Or $100.00.
Edy, I am not going to say that this is the definite issue but Dish only has receivers that are 1080i compatible at the time which will give you some blurring and possible pixellating. 1080p will resolve these issues in the future. Therefore if you still need help let me know.
MINE IS TWO YEARS ALSO MODERATELY USED AND IT QUIT PLAYING ANYTHING BLUE RAY..GAME DVDS...BUT NOW I CAN PLAY REGULAR DVDS AND PS2 GAMES THAT ARE NOT BLUE RAY..IM JUST TRYING TO FIGURE OUT IF THE LASER IS OUT?CAUSE YOU CAN BUY THEM OF FEE-BAY FOR ABOUT 70.00..
ok my friend, the blue ray laser has two high energy beams at 450nm(bluelight) and 730nm (redlight). the highpower diode on your machine im afraid has failed. The bluray light reads bluray games and bluray dvd's. the lower power red light reads audiocds and regular dvds/dvdrs. you need to install a new laser ..only 100 i charge or 160 from sony (150+TAX+2 week wait+frustration from not playing COD4) Now if you have the newer model laser KES410ACA, then you have 2 SEPARATE light sources...these tend not to fail as often