Gentlemen! Could somebody help me, please! Month ago I've bought Panasonic DVD VDR-M53 camcorder which uses small DVD-RAM discs. This type of camera does not have any possibility to connect it to the computer (no cables, no USB connectors). I discussed the problem with the Panasonic and they said- insert the disk into the DVD+/-RW drive of the computer and everything will be OK. But it was not so. For information: I have returned back Dell's Dimension 9100 computer two weeks ago- it's drives did not recognize DVD-RAM small discs. (Dell's representative recommended me to buy this type of the machine and assured me, that everything would be OK.) One week ago I've bought the Sony VAIO VGC-RB42G computer in the local Circuit City shop and the most important reason for buying it was, that only this type of computer could recognize DVD-RAM small discs. (HP, Gateways, Toshiba and others could not recognize these discs). Together with the Circuit City personnel we actually tried the disc in these computers. At home I've managed to copy the video from the camera to the computer using DVR+/-RW drive and now I can view the video from the disc inserted into the DVD drive or from the copy of the computer without inserting the disc. The software which opens it: InterVideo WinDVD. And...that's it. I can not burn the new disk and I can not edit the video. Together with the Sony's help desk representative (by phone) we have tried all the softwares included in the computer: Sony's (Click to DVD, DVD Creation, Dvgate Plus-Digital Video, SonicStage, Image Converter) and Window's XP Media Center Edition (Sonic RecordNow, CD/DVD Data Writing, InterVideo WinDVD). Looks like all these softwares do not support the files: dvd_rtav/vr_mangr.bup, vr_mangr.ifo, vr_movie.vro which are created in the computer from this DVD-RAM small disc. Please, I would appreciate it very much if somebody could help me what I need to do: Do I need to install another one software (what type) or hardware in my computer? And thank you all.