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Copy movies i can't copy movies from my digital camera to hdd.the photos can be copied.

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By movies, I assume you mean the slide shows of your still images, played with a musical backdrop that this camera allows for. If so, I'm sorry to tell you that saving those to your hard drive is not possible. The camera creates those on the fly, and doesn't save them anywhere, so there's nothing to copy.

However, there are ways to recreate them, or something very similar, on your computer. One software package that gets good reviews is here: - though there are many others if you just do a google search for "create photo slideshow"


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