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Is there a possibility of finalizing a DVD after recording or is there a soft enabling finalizing ? or a recording soft including finalizing DVD ? Thanks.

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Hi,
What kind of dvd you are using in camcorder, is it once record or rewritable disc?
You can finalize dvd disc after recording in camcorder to view that disc in other dvd players. Use ac power charger to finalize disc as some camcorders do not give finalize option if battery is attached.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

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