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Cut and paste

Is it possible to CUT and PASTE certain sections of the recording after downloading to the computer? If so, how is this done.

I am recording my Nocturnal Seizures and want my Neurologist to view them. I want to be able to show him the seizures immediately.

Also, can I cut and paste the recording onto a Flash Memory Drive? If so, how and is there a specific brand/type that should be used?

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In order to do what you are asking you will need some video editing software. Usually you will get something with the camcorder. It would have been on a CD.

Alternatively, you can buy video editing software.

Ulead has some nice software that does MPEG-2 video.

I think VirtualDUB will handle MPEG-2 with a plugin and it is free (GPL).

Any brand of USB drive should work. There is a package deal on 3 2gb memory sticks at newegg.com

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