Recording a video using a Digital Versatile Disk – Recordable (DVD-R)

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You are recording a video of skateboarding using a Digital Versatile Disk – Recordable (DVD-R), however, for some reason can’t be refined on the computer. Should you make DVD-RW for camcorder or Digital Versatile Disc – Rewriteable (DVD-RW) disc to the computer?

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Recording a video using a Digital Versatile Disk – Recordable (DVD-R)


DVD-R is meant to be used only once. It means that wherever you use them and whenever you use them, it is the only time you can use them. Once they are written, they cannot be edited.

  1. I am not sure if your camera supports the DVD-RW or not but the first thing that you need to do is to buy a DVD-RW and insert it to you camera.
  2. Start the recording and keep it for like 4 minutes till it records.
  3. After that open it in the computer and see if you are able to see any recordings on the disk.
  4. If there is a recording means that it is compatible, then you can use it.

If it is not there then it is not supported, means that the only thing you can do is to first use a DVD-R to record, then copy the recording from it to the computer, edit it and then put it to a new DVD-R

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