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Editing/ using Home videos


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I have a Panasonic VDR-D300 video cam. I am running Widows 7 basic and Office 2010. I can save the contents of a disc via my recorder to my PC. The files seem to be divided up so that when I stop a new file is opened but if I paused the recording only one file is created. My problem is that I have tonight tried to edit my recordings into separate files or at least that’s what I wanted to do. However, when I open a file with Widows Movie Maker the clip there available for editing only last to the first edit point and I cannot see to edit the other parts following that first pause. First can anyone help and let me know why this is. 2) Is there and easy to use free video editor any one would recommend. I basically want to edit family videos taking out some bits, divide them up into different set pieces and in some case have hobby clips I can load up to YouTube. Many thanks

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Sorry tried to delet this but cannot see hoe to have re posted in begginers thread...

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