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Sony DVDirect

The Sony DVDirect does an admirable job of transferring footage directly from a camcorder to a DVD without using a PC, but editing capabilities are sacrificed for the sake of simplicity.

By March 2, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 2, 2005

Sony DVDirect VRD-MC3

Although it's pricey, the Sony DVDirect VRD-MC3 is a boon for anyone who has lots of old videotapes but less time or tech skills to digitize them using a computer. Even better, it doubles as an external DVD burner, so you can use it with your PC long after you've transferred all those old tapes.

By April 5, 2007

3.5 stars Editors' rating April 5, 2007

Turn old videotapes into DVDs, no PC required

The Sony VRD-MC6 is a standalone DVD burner that can capture video (and photos!) from just about any source, including camcorders, VCRs, and memory cards.

By February 18, 2010


Sony's new DVDirect loses PC connectivity, gains AVCHD support

Sony's new VRD-MC5 DVDirect offers HD support and additional features.

By July 18, 2007


Sony's VRD-MC10: DVD movies straight from your Handycam

New non-PC DVD recorder is on the way from Sony.

By August 21, 2008


Sony DVD burner skirts PCs

Device can be connected to a camcorder or VCR for transferring taped footage directly to a DVD, without using a computer.

October 12, 2004


Week in review: All eyes on iPod

Apple is the undisputed champion of the hard-drive music market, but competitors are gearing up for a shot at the title. iPods everywhere

By October 15, 2004