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Can this device record multiple DVDs from a Sony videocamera, or only one copy as their cheaper devices?
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-09-26
# 1 - I bought one of these units to use as my backup video copy when recording video depositions. I output the video and audio off my Panasonic video camera (master mini-DV copy) and run that to the MC10 to make a backup DVD copy. However, there doesn't seem to be a any way to monitor the audio being recorded onto the MC10. Also, I need to output the audio from the MC10 into an audio cassette recorder to make a backup audio tape for the Court Reporter, which doesn't seem possible. Does anyone know of an easy workaround to monitor the MC10 in the audio/video "chain"? # 2 - Are the recorded discs copy-protection, thereby making it impossible to play this disc in a DVD player and record a copy to another DVD recorder?
Answered by Amber 2009-12-08:
Yes, it is copy-protected that is why it's impossible to use any
want to know if you can record to mini dv tape with camcorder and connect to vrdmc10 and burn dvd simultaneously.
Answered by bruce 2009-12-01:
Yes, just be sure to set the DVD record speed to correct setting (i.e. "HST" setting on MC10 for an 83 minute mini-DV - HST setting will let you record up to 90 minutes on the