AP -- When you shoot your home movies -- the biggest pain can be getting all that video into your computer so you can edit it.It's time consuming. A DVD camcorder lets you skip that step. Panasonic introduced its second generation D-V-D camcorder at last month's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The camcorder records on two D-V-D formats -- D-V-D-R and D-V-D-RAM. Both formats are compatible with most D-V-D players. The advantage of using the D-V-D-RAM format is that it allows you to do non-linear editing on the camcorder. Panasonic's D-V-D camcorder retails for about 900 bucks. Copyright 2003 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.