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cargbrn
Posted: July 20th, 2007, 9:44am Report to Moderator
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I have a JVC hard disc camcorder and a Sony DVDirect DVD burner.
The Sony DVD burner is supposed to act like a DVD burner when connected to the computer.  However; when trying to create DVDs from the camcorder files, I must download the camcorder files into the computer and then select them to be copied to the DVD burner.

I can only select 10 files at a time, no matter what the size and the DVDirect burns them and then 'finishes' the disc so no more files may be put on that DVD--even though only a third of the disc is being used.  

My questions are:
    Is there a way I can combine the files on my computer (the JVC creates a new file each time it is paused when we are recording, so one segment may only be 5 minutes) ?
    Do I need specific software to do the above?
    Is there a really good software to be able to edit home movies?
    This is trying to my good nature!!
    Thanks for any help anyone may have.
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gordonmur
Posted: July 22nd, 2007, 6:17pm Report to Moderator
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My machine, running XP, has a Microsoft program called "Movie Maker."  With it, you can add video clips together (and even add a sound track and insert titles, although I have not done anything but put clips together).  Although it may not be the world's best, the price is right, and it works.  I seem to recall that I once did some editing of a clip, using it.
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