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Panasonic HDC-SD5 camcorder

I have recorded video on a DVD-R disc with the Panasonic HDC-SD5 MiniDV camcorder. I've tried to capture for editing on my PC through a couple different applications (Pinnacle Studio 8, MS Movie Maker, etc.) with no luck. How do I capture DVD-R video on a PC for editing and movie making? My camcorder does not have a firewire connection, only a USB2 port and HDMI.

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Just put the finalised DVD into your computer's DVD drive.

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A new version of Ulead DVD Movie Factory 3 claims to let you edit this DVD material. See if this helps you out.

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A new version of Ulead DVD Movie Factory 3 claims to let you edit this DVD material. See if this helps you out.

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I will try to look for the software for that..

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You can use RCA's coming out of the cam to a device like Dazzle which goes from your PC's USB port to RCAs. Works great. Hope this helps.

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