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How do u transfer the video to a dvd disk

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    transfer video from samsung sc-d353 mini dv to my pc. how can i get the software if needed TODAY

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    camcorder will not transfer tape to pc

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You need a capture card already in your computer (or a simply IEEE 1394 or a USB 2.0 port) depending on the quality of video you want. Then you need a capture program. For a low price, b ut still decent quality program you can use Adobe's Premiere. I like Premiere because it's VERY user friendly and a quick learning curve. Once you have the video captured (be sure you have enough disk space on your HDD (I have 4TB in external drives for video editing)) edit it how you want the final product to look, export the video to an AVI, open your Authoring program (I suggest 2 different angles: 1 (for EASY) either WinAVI or Nero VIsion, super simple program but the quality is lacking, or 2 (for the creative) Adobe Encore, high quality but it takes a little time to learn the software. Create a DVD Folder from Encore or any authoring software, burn thr folder using your Burn Software (i like Nero 7). Boom, you have a DVD.

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