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help export edited movie to camcorder

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by dood, Jun 24, 2002.

  1. dood

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    Please help if you can. I have a Canon MV 300 DV cam, originally only with DV out. I have used the hack from Smart DV to enable DV in and this seems to be OK. I have edited movies on my PC that I now want to take back to the camcorder. How do I do this? I am using Windows Movie Maker. I don't have Adobe, Pinnacle, Ulead movie software, only their "photoshop" stuff.
     
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    Presumably your are using Windows Me with Windows Movie Maker.

    Its a long time since I had Me loaded on my system, but I'm 95% certain that you can't export with WMM.

    I think the only solution is to buy the cheapest editing software that has this feature. Try the Ulead software.
     
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    dood,

    JefUK is right WMM cant output DV via firewire.

    There is a freeware untility called DVIO that can simply
    capture or send avi files via firewire, it hasn't got any cam
    controls so you need to start/stop/record etc manualy on the
    camcorder but it should get you started.

    You can get it from ...

    http://www.car-engineering.com/divo.htm
     
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    Thanks for your responses. Looks like I'll have to get some dedicated software. I might just try out a free trial period first. I tried the link above for DVIO but can't access the page.
     
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    The page takes ages to load on my PC at work,
    the actual download file is freeware & only about 32k,
    if you want I can email it to you.
    mail me if you want this.
     

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