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Copying Minidv Tape To Dvd


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Need some help ...uisng Creator 2009 with Vista .... used the video Capture USB nad copied from Mini Dv tape to DVD ... ran into problem (1(1) no sound and (2) 15 minutes of tape time ate up capacity of one DVD .... founds Service Pack so ran it thining will resolve the sound problem but did not ... any suggestion to fix the sound and tips on reducing the size of the file when urning to DVD? Much thanks in advance

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Need some help ...uisng Creator 2009 with Vista .... used the video Capture USB nad copied from Mini Dv tape to DVD ... ran into problem (1(1) no sound and (2) 15 minutes of tape time ate up capacity of one DVD .... founds Service Pack so ran it thining will resolve the sound problem but did not ... any suggestion to fix the sound and tips on reducing the size of the file when urning to DVD? Much thanks in advance

 

What camcorder so we can look at the ports?

 

Normally you can put 60 minutes of time on a DVD; what format did you capture. AVI is a non-compressed video format so it is much larger than what goes on a DVD that will play on a DVD player. MPG2 is the standard. What happens if you capture to your hard drive? What audio format?

 

Just to be sure, do you have the full version of Creator 2009? If you look at the Windows Hardware manager, do you see the USB device several times? Make a screen shot of that section and post it.

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