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I did not finalise my mindvd, insert in my pc now

I did not finalise my minidvd, i took it and insert in my pc. I was not able to view the video on my pc then i insert back into my sony camcoder now the video is no more there. what happen?

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Sorry but 1000's of others get this problem with these stupid DVD type cameras, only one way still of filming your movies if you want good safe future working films is to buy the Digital 8 tape camera, it is recorded for like then, safe & sound, DVD cameras are silly gimmicks and go wrong like Hard-drives do often.

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