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Can you re-record over top of something you've previously recorded

Hey just a standard question. I have some footage that I don't care to have/keep but I can't figure out how to re-record over previously record material. Please help! thanx

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You can just record over it, no need to erase. Just make sure that the record protect tab is not in protect mode.

Posted on May 30, 2007

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Please keep in mind that while some electronics sold in Europe may be both NTSC and PAL-compliant, it cannot be guaranteed that footage filmed using your camcorder will be compatible with all multi-format model devices.

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