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If you already have a .MTS file, then bypass the software and write the file directly to a memory card (My Computer on Win), pop the card in the camcorder and see if it reads it. That's what I would do. Let us know if it works, would be cool to have on a plane or camping trip. ;-)
If it's not an .MTS file, use a third party software package or a video editing package to convert it to .MTS. Vegas, Premiere Pro and Video Studio all have that capability built in.
"Now that's how you supposed to drive!"
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