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Transfer TO DVD after editing

After I spend alot of time editing the info, I don't seem to be able to save it as a 'movie' and stitch all the pieces together and download it onto a disk for keeping a hard copy. Any ideas? Should I buy a third party software program to make it easier? Thanks for the help. Traveling with my handycam in Central America

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Try Pinnacle12. You can save it directly to a movie

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