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Hi,

I own a Panasonic HDC-SD90 Video camera that I have had for some time. To date I haven't used it much. My question is, when I record, every time I pause or stop recording, it starts a new video file on the memory card. Is there any setting that will allow me to continue recording on the same video file. It annoys me that when I am playing back the footage on a computer, I have to open every file to view the clip. Sometimes I might record 30 seconds and it creates a video file for this, surely there is a setting that just allows me to record to 1 video file whether I pause or stop after 30 seconds or after 1 minute that joins all the footage together automaticall y

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Welcome to the forum!

"Pause" recording is old tape technology.

"Stop" and "Start" in new digital technology. There is no setting on your camera, or any other current cameras, that will allow "Pause" within a clip.

The software that came with your camera will copy all the clips into a single video file or play the clips sequentially as if they were one.

Other software will do the same or similar, as well. Usually it is called "Editing".

Good luck!

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