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Transferring video to DVE

My Canon FS100 takes beautiful video, but when I burn it onto a DVD it plays back in slow motion and there is no sound.

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  • harry138 Dec 26, 2008

    jerky movement on cd recording transfer.

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My serial number of my canon fs100 is not activated because when i put my serial number below my cam corder is not valid how we can solve thi problem

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