Question about Panasonic NV-MD10000 Camcorder
Hi, I have had my Panasonic NV-MD10000 camcorder for over 2 years and has generally worked perfectly well. I have a 1394 6pin/4pin male cable which i have used to connect to my pc for the last 2 years, it has also worked on Macs. The other day i removed the cable from my pc and put it into a mac to import, halfway through importing it stoped on its on and saved, the camera is working fine but now will not connect on my pc or on 2 sepearte computers, i replaced the 1394 firewire cable but still no luck, any advice or instruction would be hugely appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I use a DV camera that is not on Apple's "compatibility" list. (It should REALLY be noted that Apple sells camcorders in it's on-line store that aren't listed as compatible!) Depending on which software package you are using, including version, results may vary. I too had a fairly confusing frustration the first time out, but here's Jeffe's notes: FireWire! (USB is not for video). Start with iMovie: (FinalCut is higher-end, and thus is more picky about what it will take.) launch the application, then plug in the powered-on camera set to it's "play" (VCR etc.) setting (as opposed to camera setting.) If iMovie STILL does not see the camera, then I'd start to worry about compatibility, and contact an Apple SPECIFIC retailer (not a chain, like CompUSA etc.) for help. BTW: Nice Camera! Let me know if it works out. I was contemplating Panasonic for my next camera.
Posted on Sep 06, 2005
SOURCE: my GR-D77OU jvc camera
IEEE 1394 doesn't work like USB so it probably won't show up in devices. What you would do is go to a video editing/burning program and click on a capture video option. The program accesses the video camera and you can choose what video you wish to record onto your computer.
Posted on May 20, 2008
There should be an extra cable that plugs into the battery charger and then into the camcorder to supply power to the camcorder.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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