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Hi! The solution to your problem is Three fold.

First make sure that your Camcorder is in the Disc Navigation mode to be able delete your required scene. When the camcorder is in the play back mode the delete scene won't appear.

The second situation is to check if your scene is not locked because if it is locked you are not able to delete it.
Supposing that your scene is not locked then check what type of DVD disc you have. The discs labelled DVD Ram, DVD+RW, and the Card can be deleted. The DVD-RW can be deleted only when in VR mode and not the VF mode. Other types of discs like the DVD R can not be deleted.

Another way of deleting a scene after it has been recorded on a disc that's not deletable is to transfer the recorded scene to a computer disc and then edit it off.

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Vob ifo bup files to burn as dvd trouble


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Short of that, the solution is to break your videos into tiny scenes containing 30 pictures or less if you are using AVI, and then save your files NOT to DVD, but onto your hard drive as image files. Make sure you rename each section image file after you save it, or each section will write over the previous one.

Finally, using a program like Nero (the Express part), join them all together on one DVD and allow Nero itself to create your menus. Nero does a fantastic job of that and makes menu creation very simple.

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