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Convert a Panasonic N3R file

Posted on 2011-09-21
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There doesnt appear to be any apps that can convert it.... :)
ideas?
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You're right there is no convertor for the Panasonic codec - however if you've got their player installed you can screen capture the video using Camstudio and convert it real time into an AVI which gives you much more freedom in term for other file formats.
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