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Computer can't/won't recognize format to edit video

Discussion in 'Digital camcorders' started by josodf, Mar 19, 2007.

  1. josodf

    josodf Member

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    Unfortunately I'm computer, DVR, even HDTV challenged without my kids.... But I'm trying to learn. I figured out how to download my finalized DVR disc to my computer. I have Adobe Pro 6.0 & it can't recognize the format downloaded to import for editing. My Personal DVR camcorder is a Panasonic. Unfortunately it was the $650 base model & does not have a usb port to directly download into the computer via firewire. Can anyone help me????
     
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    I looked it over, it looks like something I can manage.... I can't wait to try!

    Thx!

    if I'm too challenged, I'll be back
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    If your into homemovie stuff, I love my Pinnacle 10.5 ( updated to 10.7 }you can control your camera, start.fast foward,rewind, etc. and make dvd movies with titles,transitions, I wish they hade a 21 day try out they could sell more.I have used Nero and Roxio and Microsoft movie maker they put it on a disc with very few options
     
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    Controlling your camcorder is not a very special. Every video editing program that works with Firewire transfer does have that. Even most well known capture freeware programs have it ;-)
     
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    I know homevideo is easy but to make movie run like a pro it has all the good stuff if you've never used it you don't know what you're missing sure anybody can put it on a disc but this program dose it all edit,menu's,all kinds of transitions,sound effect,you can add jpeg's,music in the background,blue screen,voice over,etc.,etc...
     
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