Im trying to learn how to record video from the camcorder to a dvd from my dvd player at home i canot do it from my computer because my computer is kinda old so i got the fire wire to connect from my dvd player to my camera so i can record it on dvd but im afraid im not doing it right can u please explain to me what to do
Your dvd is a player . . . and . . . recorder ?
( check your user manual ) ; with a firewire
connection - all devices communicate , without
a computer to mediate controls - so your user
manual is necessary , if no video is displayed
on your monitor .
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Hi, There is no need to hook camcorder with computer through USB, all is required to Finalize recorded DVD in camcorder and put that disc in computer to copy files for further editing etc. Finalized disc in camcorder will be recognized in any other dvd player or dvd-rom. Finalize disc option is available in camcorder menu. Thanks.
hook it up to the front sockets on your dvd recorder ..select the front imput sockets on your dvd remote usually av3 press play on the camcorder and record on the dvd recorder.or hook it up to your pc to edit...
What are the compatible types of DVD's that the Daewoo DVD5800 player is supposed to play? Is DVD-R among the compatible types? Try playing the new recordings on a computer that has a DVD drive, or a friend's computer.
If you want to record your video tapes on to DVD's using your computer you will need to install on to the computer a video and audio capture card that is compatible to the player that you are going to use for the source. Along with that you will need to install the necessary software that comes with the capture card set, and also you will need the matched interface cables. The computer will also need a large enough hard disk to hold the video information.
You need a player that is compatible to read the old tapes. You can feed the player to a video capture card on your computer. You can then record the video programs on to your computer. After they are recorded, you can start buring DVD's.
There are also professional services that will transfer video tapes to DVD's. They will have much better quality equipment than what you could afford for home use, and you will save a lot of time, energy, and cost compared to doing this yourself, unless you are determined to do it and don't care about the time and cost.