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Movies how do i transfer them to my computer??

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Re: movies

When the camera is connected to your PC it shows in My Computer. You can just copy the files you need without using any software. If you have a MPEG player like Windows Media Player, PowerDVD, WinAmp, KMPlayer etc. you'll be able to watch the videos.

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