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Video I can't load the videos to my computer. Is there something I am doing wrong, or doesn't it offer this function. I can transfer the still pictures no problem Please help!

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Did you try to install the driver of your camcorder to your pc? if not then install it and it should be working for transfering videos. Use Ulead movie maker to upload your videos to your pc. after editing the whole videos save it with any types of videos. hope that helps!

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