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Writing DVD is not seamless

When I try to record a DVD they are not continuous. they are saved in segments that mach when I stop and start recording. In another word as I'm recording an event I start and stop many times, this is how my DVD come out (not playing continuously) there is a couple of seconds freeze between each (file ?). At the same time if I would to play them directly on my camera LCD they play continuously?!!!. Any one can help me to figure out a solution?

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Not only you. A lot of people have same issue.I have read a lot of questions and answers,forum about JVC software Power cinema ...etc... ( go to www.videoforums.co.uk/general-sofware-problem/12080-jvc-everio-sofware.html ).Headache.That sofware from JVC is a scrap.

Buy a DVD Recorder ( cheap one ) . Record directly from your Camcorder on Replay mode. That is my way.It is good.

Please tell all of your friends,family , co-workers never buy any products from JVC again. NEVER all your life.


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