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Re: Can I transfer videotape movies onto DVD media using...
Yes, and it is highly recommended to do so. Hitachi’s DVD-Camcorder has an advanced analogto-digital conversion system. By using the analog Audio/Video input on the camcorder, the tape based information is converted into digital data and is then recorded onto the DVD disc. See manual instructions for switching input from Camera to Line-In.
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I have the same camera, and found out that the VRO file is just MPEG2. So copy the VRO file onto your computer from your disc. Once its on your harddrive, you can right click on it and go to properties. Re-name your file from VRO to MPG, making sure that you still have the original VRO file in case you need it for other programs. Once I change it to MPG file name, I can use media player to play it and I have a DVD movie maker where i can edit and record to DVD.
USB1.1 port can generally handle transfer speeds approaching 5.5Mbps between PC and DVD Camcorder.
Smooth playback of movies requires 5.5Mbps speeds or above. If the PC you are using has some compatibility issues
with the USB driver software, the USB port may drop to speeds below 5.5Mbps causing short pauses during video
It is recommended to copy the movie file from the DVD Camcorder to the hard disc drive (HDD) on your PC, then playback the movie from the hard drive.
Yes: Delete, Play List, Move, Divide, Combine and Fade are available when recording onto DVD-RAM discs. This feature is available by utilizing HITACHI’s Disc Navigation System.
DVD-R discs cannot be edited.
-Press ‘Play’ on the camcorder and review the footage on the 2.5” LCD screen
-Connect the DVD-Camcorder to your television using the supplied Audio/Video cables
-Download the file to your PC using the supplied USB 2.0 interface cable(not available on DZMV730A) and view it using a Windows MPEG Player application that supports DVD recording format (.vro file extension).
-Finalize a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc and play it directly through a home DVD player.
The picture and sound quality of footage stored on a DVD does not degrade over time. Home
movies can be shared with friends and family decades into the future in perfect and pristine
Motion video stored on a 8 cm (3 inch) DVD-R disc can be played back on most DVD players
and compatible PC DVD drives. After finalizing the DVD-R disc in the camcorder, it can be
placed directly into your home DVD player and played back. No additional adapters are
necessary and you do not have to connect the camcorder to the television.
With DVD, you can instantly access desired scenes without having to endure the time consuming
task of fast-forwarding or rewinding. Through Hitachi’s Disc Navigation feature, you simply
select the thumbnail image of your favorite scene and it begins to play immediately.
2005 Hitachi DVD Camcorders support four different types of recording media. For motion video
you have the option of using a 8 cm (3 inch) DVD-R disc or a 8 cm (3 inch) DVD-RAM disc.
Digital still photos can be stored on DVD-RAM discs, Secure Digital cards or MultiMedia Cards.
Hitachi introduced the world’s first DVD based camcorder three years ago. Since then, Hitachi
engineers have been able to perfect the technology and to reduce the physical mass of the
camcorder by 45% making it the most portable DVD camcorder in the industry.