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I cannot get my video on my blog

Our disc is finalized... but i cannot get it to copy or save as mpeg. When I try to do anything with our videos from the disc it just automatically goes to a player to view the video. Help please! I want to post stuff on our blog!

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Re: I cannot get my video on my blog

If u want to copy it from your PC.

Look for the file root first in "my computer" & then copy it on your hard disc.

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