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Burning multiple mini dvd's to one dvd

Hi, I recorded a video on a Canon DC 100 camcorder using the 30 minute mini dvd's, I used 3 of them and now I want to combined them all to one dvd!! I've tried everything with no luck! PLEASE HELP! I NEED THIS FOR SCHOOL!!! Thank you

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If you have a pc and a video editing programme, you can make the 3 dvds into one by adding them individually as chapters directly from your camera. The programme i use is nero recode, you can download a trial version of this if you have no video editing programme. http://www.nero.com/nerodigital/enu/download.php

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