You can change the extension of the file to mpg for MPEG2 (which is what the file is even though it has a mod or moi extension). That’s about all I know at the moment. I’m gonna try and burn a dvd tonight as I just bought the H40 3 days ago.
The problem I currently have is when viewing the files with Windows Media Player, it shows up as a 4:3 movie when I recording in the 16:9. That’s what I’m currently trying to figure out how to fix. I’ll be back on if I have trouble burning to DVD.
Hi. I’m extremely new to this. I bought a Panasonic SDR-H40 Palmcorder a few months ago and am just now trying to burn some video to dvd.
The problem is I have a laptop with Vista 64-bit and the Panasonic Software included (VideoCam Suite) will not work on this computer.
I have dvd burning software -- DVDFabGold, which I have used for backing up dvds, and DVD MovieFactory for Toshiba, which came with laptop and I have never used it.
I have transferred the files from the camcorder to the laptop and they are .MOI files. So I need to know what to do to get them ready to burn on a dvd. If there’s some kind of software I should buy that isn’t terribly expensive, I’m willing to do that.
Any advice is appreciated, but also maybe explain it like I’m 5 since I have never done this before.
Thanks in advance for your willingness to help. I have often found that the folks on Forums are awesome people for helping novices like me! So thank you thank you.