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      ok I have a new panasonic pv-gs35 and it came with software like motion dvd and my burner {liteon} came with nero…am i so slow to understand these things. All I want to do is video at home or school events – transfer to my pc and do some easy editing and burn to dvd. I have yet to be able to do that. I don’t even know if my burner is installed correctly…Yes i did it myself…any help anyone… thanks kim

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      Sorry but I do not know what “Motion DVD” is but I would suggest you look for a starup editing package like Adobe Premiere Elements. If you then get real serious some time later you can then easily graduate to Adobe Premiere Pro. I have seen some deals in the past where it is bundled with Photoshop Elements.

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      Wm G Wrote:

      Sorry but I do not know what “Motion DVD” is but I would suggest you look for a starup editing package like Adobe Premiere Elements. If you then get real serious some time later you can then easily graduate to Adobe Premiere Pro. I have seen some deals in the past where it is bundled with Photoshop Elements.

      That sounds great, I think I will try that. Have you ever transferred video to a dvd player/recorder? I was wondering how those were. tx,Kim

    • #163154
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      Yes I do all the time. But, I am using Premiere Pro and Encore for that and I am not familiar with Elements. If you do get the Elements software go to the Adobe Premiere Elements forums site for your help.

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