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ISO videos suite 3.0 disc, lost mine and can't download movi

by 45Jake / February 21, 2015 5:25 AM PST

Help, misplaced our video suite 3.0 dis in order to download movies, any suggestions. Already contacted Panasonic, they no longer make it

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Clarification Request
Could you have asked for the wrong thing?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / February 21, 2015 5:47 AM PST

I wonder if this is " Videocam Suite ". In the future supply the make and model of the camera or device so folk can figure this out.

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Re: disk
by Kees_B Forum moderator / February 21, 2015 5:39 AM PST

Alas, neither ISO VIDEOS SHOOT 3.0 nor ISO VIDEO SUITE 3.0 give any meaningful result in Google. Since it's also unclear why you would need a disk to download a video (most people use their browser, a p2p program or iTunes, I think) it all is rather unclear.

Just a suggestion for later: make an iso of any CD you might need later and store that on the 2 external disks you use for backup. A CD is 600 MB, so a 2 TB hard disk can contain the image of 3000 CD's for $100 or so. That's less than 4 cent per CD and then, if you misplace the original, you just burn a copy. Be sure to also have a good place to store the license codes. A spreadsheet is (and don't forget to backup that also).


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