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Is there any way to finalize a mini dvd disc from a Canon DC210 without a working camcorder?

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Hi, i dont think so usely it as to be made by the camera,normally when you finish recording
you press pause and then stop and let it go for few minutes and the camera should finilize
the disk by chapter,then eject.

hope that will help
regards Alan

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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