+DL DVD MiniDisks are not stable in Sony HandyCam. I am sticking with Single Layer. Sony Support stated that I "filled up the disk" and there was no room to finalize the disk. That is all fine and dandy, but when using +DL Disks you cannot review/delete!!!! Very frustrating. I will stick with 19minute disks from now on and keep a 12 pack close at hand. Sony Media Servies will "look" at you disk for $55.00US !!!!!!!!
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Hi, Probably not. depending on the model this appears to be a safety feature keeping you from recording over what you may already have. There is probably a disable function if you want to record over those things, Check the manual, or the website for the manufacturer.
for disc (DVD) camcorder: this problem is due to high shock to camcorder. the recorder lens is moved from it's original place and can't record or access thereafter. you also can not finalize the disc (DVD). you have to replace the disc with new one.
you also lost your recording till the problem happened.
audio recording is not available to all lumix. on dmc lz7, audio recording exists. if you don't get any sound when playing movie on your computer, try use a different video player or try install new audio/video codecs, espacially for mov/mp4 format
It's the disc not the camera......I purchased a 3 pack of Sony DVD-R discs. I put the first disc in and it recorded once. The next time I tried to record I got the message "movie recording disabled". After calling Sony, searching online, resetting the camera and reading through the manual I replaced the disc with another from the 3 pack and it is recording just fine. I read that recording straight to DVD has many problems, and I believe this is one of them. SONY SUCKS!!!!!
guys hope you all found the solution like me who had same issue. if you
noticed, it says about the aspect ratio and that means the formated
disc aspect ratio is not compatible with the aspect ratio your camera
need. so re-formating the dvd with right aspect ratio solved the
problem quickly and we have peace.
I would try changing the memorised info that you put into your My1 settings and see if that helps. I just got my V700 today and the first thing I did was put my preferences into My1. I don't really know why your camera is transferring this to your video setting but try removing your presettings in My1.