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Why can't my Panasonic e60 copy chapters?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by dude1971, Jan 5, 2004.

  1. dude1971

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    I've copied all my camcorder footage to DVD-Ram. inserted the chapters, and copied it to -r using an E60 and a S75 but the chapters and titles have vanished? Is there anything I can do, or am I asking too much for that info to be copied over?

    Regards

    Dude
     
  2. buffyangel108

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    I'm afraid what you want is impossible to do without either a PC or a HD recorder. The chapter information cannot be passed on through a video signal - you're losing them when you re-record the RAM disc to DVD-R :(
     
  3. JH4

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    On a Pioneer I have found the following:
    Transfer the camcorder footage to the hard drive.
    Split the footage into titles not chapters, and add text to each title (if you want)
    You can also do extremely precise edit points at this stage.
    Take a blank DVD-R and create a disk title for it.
    Copy all the hard drive titles to the blank and finalise.
    Copies of this disc will preserve all the title info. (They finalise automatically)
    This works on the Pioneer 5100H
    Hope this helps.
     
  4. dude1971

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    I tested it last night, and it made my 20 chapters into one continous 58 minute chapter!

    I'll have to treat the -r discs as an archive and get myself a PC and do it that way.

    Thanks for your help guys

    Dude
     

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