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I have burnt a dvd choosing scenes from my everio camera however the dvd pauses in between each one instead of making it look like one continuous taping

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When you burn images into vedio there is an option for DURATION please select a minimum duration.

when you burn vedios in a single one you need to mix them in a single file. for mixing you need software.
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The problem is that you didnt make it a one single video, you have many clips there.

To make it look like a continuous tapeing, on your pc, press start menu -> programs -> windows movie maker

you need to load the clips into the player, then drag and drop them to the timeline one after another so its a continuos video

you can find tutorials on how to use the windows movie maker from here
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/moviemaker/create/default.mspx

I can also help you if you need assistance with the program so let me know if you need help.

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You'll need to edit your video clips with the software that hopefully came with your camera to make your DVD play seamlessly, or you could use a third party software to do the same.

After editing the video via your PC, you should preview it before burning to insure it's what you wanted to produce.

Good luck

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