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Burning to disk after recording from dv camcorder onto harddrive

How do you retrieve your files to burn to disk after saving then on the hard drive. when you try pulling it up with the Nero burning software provided, it says invalid file and does not allow me to pull it up. What are the steps to capturing data from camcorder, storing on hard drive and pulling it back up to record on dvd?

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First of all to get data for video and burn it on to a DVD you must have a dvd authoring tool such as nero vision...that will allow you to create the DVD structure etc.... so thats the main missing component for you..

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