Connect the AC Adaptor and the power
cord (mains lead) to the DC IN jack of
your camcorder and the wall outlet (wall
socket) (p. 13).
Turn on your camcorder, and connect
the DVD writer to the
your camcorder with the USB cable of
the DVD writer.
You can play back movies on the TV
screen by connecting the camcorder to a
TV (p. 33).
Insert a created disc into the DVD
The movies on the disc appear as
VISUAL INDEX on the camcorder
Press the play button on the DVD writer.
You can also operate by the camcorder
Touch [END] [EJECT DISC] on the
camcorder screen and remove the disc
after the operation is completed.
and disconnect the USB
Do not do any of the following when creating
Turn off the camcorder
Disconnect the USB cable or the AC adaptor
Subject the camcorder to mechanical shock
Eject the memory card from the camcorder
Play the created disc to make sure dubbing was
performed correctly before deleting the movies
on your camcorder.
If [Failed.] or [DISC BURN failed.] appears on
the screen, insert another disc into the DVD
writer and perform the DISC BURN operation
(USB) jack of
If the total memory size of movies to be burnt
by the DISC BURN operation exceeds that of
the disc, disc creation stops when the limit is
reached. The last movie on the disc may be
Disc creation time to dub movies to the limit of
the disc is about 20 to 60 minutes. It may take
more time depending on the recording mode or
the number of scenes.
If you cannot play back created discs on any
DVD player, connect the camcorder to the
DVD writer, and then play back.
Creating a disc with a DVD writer,
etc., other than DVDirect Express
You can save movies on a disc by
connecting your camcorder to disc creation
devices, such as a Sony DVD writer other
than DVDirect Express, with the USB
cable. Refer also to the instruction manuals
supplied with the devices to be connected.
Sony DVD writer may not be available in some
Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet (wall
socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor for this
operation (p. 13).
Connect the AC Adaptor and the
power cord (mains lead) to the
DC IN jack of your camcorder
and the wall outlet (wall socket)