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I am wondering if there is a way to get more than just my optical drive to show up in the source list for the Copy Disc to Image.

 

Specifically, when I pull the SDHC card out of my camcorder, and plug it into my computer, I would like to use that "Copy Disc to Image" function to create an ISO image of the SDHC card, so I can store the original exactly "as recorded", before I import it.

 

Anyone know if this is possible?

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I am wondering if there is a way to get more than just my optical drive to show up in the source list for the Copy Disc to Image.

 

Specifically, when I pull the SDHC card out of my camcorder, and plug it into my computer, I would like to use that "Copy Disc to Image" function to create an ISO image of the SDHC card, so I can store the original exactly "as recorded", before I import it.

 

Anyone know if this is possible?

 

Not with Roxio.

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I am wondering if there is a way to get more than just my optical drive to show up in the source list for the Copy Disc to Image.

 

Specifically, when I pull the SDHC card out of my camcorder, and plug it into my computer, I would like to use that "Copy Disc to Image" function to create an ISO image of the SDHC card, so I can store the original exactly "as recorded", before I import it.

 

Anyone know if this is possible?

 

Simply copy the files from the card to your hard drive :blink: You can't create an image of a "card"

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Simply copy the files from the card to your hard drive :blink: You can't create an image of a "card"

 

 

That's why I was asking what it comes out of the camera at... You can't do it with Sonic Home page programs, you need to use Video Copy and Convert. In Video Copy and Convert a Disc Image is only if you output it to DVD..

 

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