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We have lost our dcrsr100 instructions and disk in Australia. We want to download a some footage my son took for a school project and put it on Movie Maker. All the help I see is for US systems. Can you help?

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  • danawhit Nov 16, 2008

    Thank you; that worked perfectly! His project is complete!

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Connect the Cam to the Computer using USB cable.
Switch on the camera. Keep it in play/edit mode.
The computer might automatically ask you if you want to download the video.
If not, open the movie maker and select record/ capture video from device.
Rest should be self explanatory ...
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  • Karthik P Nov 16, 2008

    Hi,
    I am glad that it worked.
    Could you please change it to fixya rating?


    Thanks,

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