How to Use a DVC 100
By Ben David
The Pinnacle Dazzle DVC 100 DVD Recorder allows you to transfer video to a DVD using your personal computer. Through the use of the DVC 100 device and the Pinnacle Dazzle DVC 100 DVD Recorder software, you can burn video directly to a DVD without having to copy the files to your PC first. DVDs burned with the Dazzle DVC 100 can then be used on any DVD player once the video has been burned to it.
Install and launch the Pinnacle Dazzle DVC 100 software onto your PC. Load the supplied DVD-Rom into your computer's DVD drive and follow the installation instructions.
Plug the video camera device into the Dazzle DVC 100 Recorder device. Use the appropriate cable connections, depending on the type of video device, to connect the device to the "Video Composite" or "S-Video" port as well as the right and left audio ports.
Connect your DVD burner device to your computer via USB connection.
Select the video camera device from the drop-down menu in the main application window, and then click "Next." The application will automatically detect the device and place it in the menu listing.
Select your DVD burner device from the drop-down labeled "Detected DVD Recorder," then click "Next." As long as your DVD burner device is connected and turned on, the application will automatically detect the device and place it in the menu listing.
Select your desired your menu style from the options on the next screen, then click "Next."
Click "Start Recording." You will then see your video recording on the display screen in the main application window.
Based in New York City, Ben David has been a writer since 2006. His expertise extends into the fields of business administration, new media technologies, consumer electronics and mobile device technology and design. David studied Communications at Howard University.