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PROGRAMS TO DOWN LOAD MY FS10 TO A PC WITH USB AND IEEE1394 PORTS

I WANT TO FIND A GOOD PROGRAM TO DOWN LOAD MY VIDEOS FROM MY CANON FS10 TO MY PC. I HAVE TRIED "MOVIE PRO 14" AND "VIDEO SHOW EXPRESSIONS" AND BOTH DO NOT CONNECT TO MY CAMCORDER. I HAVE BOTH USB AND IEEE1394 PORTS ON MY HP PC.

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I've found that Windows Movie Maker (built-in to Windows XP), Adobe Elements, Adobe Premier, Sony's Vegas Video and  Pinnacle all work well with my canon camera.

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