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post #1 of 4 Old 11-10-2013, 02:39 PM - Thread Starter
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I have a V-700 Viseo camera. I want to be able to record video and stop and start, and it remain in 1 file instead of several different video files. I coach hockey and every time I start and stop it creates a new file and I have to merge the files before I burn them to dvd. Any help wopuld be greatly appreciated.

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Welcome to the forum.

In the digital age, that ability has disappeared. Video cameras don't do that anymore. Analog tape did work that way. Now it is assumed your footage will somehow pass through a computer. And, indeed yours does because you are making DVDs.

Camcorder companies provide software to make it easy. In your case it is called "HDWriter" and it will quickly copy all of your clips into a single file or make the DVD directly. When I bought my Panasonic, the instructions for HDWriter were in a .pdf on the software disk that came with the camera.

If you don't like HDWriter, there are other choices. My personal favorite is called Adobe Premier Elements.

Good luck!
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Thanks! I can't help much in the technical reviews of new cameras and camcorders. I would need a new camera to do that. But, sometimes I can help out some of the first time posters.
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