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DONOT UDERSTAND HOW TO FINALIZE THE DISC AND COPY TO A CD

I HAVE RECORDED ON THE DVD.I WANT TO SAVE THE RECORDED CLIP ONTO A CD. KINDLY HELP

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I just had the same problem, i could not find how to finalize the cd. the trick is to enter into the "library view" where you can see all the clips you've found. there you click on the button 'func' and there's an option finalize. then it works like importing an ordinary dvd...
Hope you save some time that I lost...

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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If you are using a -r disc finalize should appear in menus-if using -rw may not appear because rw's don't always have to be finalized to play in things beside camcorder- -r can not delete anything on them either they only record exactly as you are recording

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