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Importing movies. - December 7th 2010, 11:23 PM

Importing video clips from a camcorder to a PC/MAC. Do you have to do the whole 'capture' thing and watch the whole clip to import it, or is there an easier, quicker way to get a video from a camcorder, to a computer to be burnt onto a disc?

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Re: Importing movies. - December 8th 2010, 02:19 PM

Well with Windows 7, all I need to do is plug in any device and within seconds its recognized and I can use the default explorer to explore my device and to copy files from the device to my computer. However, if it's not that simple for you I would be surprised if a disc with software on it was not supplied with the camera. Or if you've lost the disc, and have no software and your computer system is incapable of browsing the device itself I'd go to the manufacturers website and see what they have to offer since they should have something.
   
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Re: Importing movies. - December 8th 2010, 02:53 PM

Taa. It's not my device. I'm doing a favour for a friend. I'll try the website and see what software they have available.



   
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