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Deleting video. I just got this new Camcorder, and I was wondering. How do you delete a video that you had already taped it? Like, I tape this ne shot clip, but I got no know HOW to delete it. Can someone tell me, or show me?! Thanks.

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I dont know how to delete but you can try to record over it. :) GOOD LUCK

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