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Trying to save video from camcorder to dvd disk

I have video on my camcorder and I am trying to save them to dvd+r disk. The files saved as .MOD, MOI, PGI files I am losted with those extentions. I don't want to mess things up. Can you please help

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This site has a lot of very useful tips to convert your files to a format you can burn to dvd

http://convert-mod-files.allofyourquestionsanswered.com/convert-mod-files-with-ffmpegx-mac/

If you got discs with the camera look for a program on there called Cyberlink Power director it will convert the files for you heres a link that will give you full instructions as well as a link to Other programs that will do the job

http://i.nconspicuo.us/2007/01/26/convert-mod-files-to-mpg-or-avi-jvc-everio-hdd-camcorder/

Hope that helps
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