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7.9V lead Hi there, I have a panaonic mini disc video camera and want to put video's onto my macbook. The camera says I need to plug it onto a wall socket to do this, using a 7.9v adapter to do this...which I haven't got, and have found it almost impossible to find one. Would it be ok to use a 7.5v or one a bit higher. Thanks a lot. Cheers

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SOURCE: The disc won't finalise

Here are the steps (please consider that these are the directions to the Movie Factory, so if you get the Ulead Studio Studio, expect it to vary slightly, probably not too much though)

1) First, it is best to finalize the DVD before editing. This can be done on any type (-R, RW, even RAM I believ, but I have never tried it on RAMs).
-in order to finalize, you must put the DVD into the camcorder and hook it up to its A/C adapter (the wall plug). Find the finalizing but and set your camcorder down (shaking it while finalize may disrupt the process)

2) Eject the DVD from the camcorder and put it into the E-Drive of the computer (the CD/DVD drive)

3) launch Ulead. Creating a new project

4) Once the program opens and you have your basic editing window (with a timeline and all), look for a button that says something like, "import from video DVD", which will allow you to transfer your footage from the DVD to the program, where you can edit.

5) Once you are finished editing, you'll want to export your movie, creating an .avi file, which turns the project file into a standard video file

Hope that wasn't too confusing. I know it seems like a hassel, but its not too bad. Ulead is quite a good program, and its very inexpensive. You can explore other options, but the only one I have found so far to support DVD formats is the Ulead systems.

Hope that helps

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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Very well telling us how to do it on a Mac But Please can someone out here tell us how to do it on a Windows!!!!!

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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try the firewire driver you'll be lucky..but you have to use a firewire cable onto your computer's firewire port too. hope this helps

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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SOURCE: I cannot finalize the disk from my video camera

DO you really need it on the computer right away? TRy to record it on DVD RECORDER finalize it and then put on the computer. Good luck

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: i losse my cd cassete for instal driver nv-ds65

Hi! Thanks for using Fixya

Driver software is available online for your device. You can visit your manufactures website by clicking HERE

Hope this help

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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