Message: I'm copying movie clips from my JVC gz-mg330aek hard disk camcorder to my computer for later editing and movie making. I've done this before with no problems. Now however, although I can transfer the movie clips ok, they play back silently (using Windows Media Player). There is sound when I play back directly from the camcorder through the computer, or when I burn the clips directly via the computer to dvd disc and then play that disc back, but not when I try to play the movie clips from the computer's hard drive. I've checked that the speakers are working ok and that the volume is adjusted high. (Clips from my Sony Handycam dv camera play back ok from the hard drive.) What next, please?
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As you said you transfer the videos on the previous without no problems. i dont know which is exactly you intended to do and what is your precise problem. i really like to help you
try to use USB from camcorder to your pc but first install the driver camed with your camcorder. if your camcorder has no USB connection or interface and if your hard disk camcorder is removable and detected by your computer. then it will going to be an easy transfering. by the way use Ulead Movie Maker as your uploading, editing and saving software.
just let me know about how you transfer the videos from the past or the previous. and ill try to help you!
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connect vcam to pc via usb cable: then copy thru windows explorer
on pc bottom left: click START>>then click My Computer; win explorer opens on the right portion you'll see>> Hard Disk Drives, etc.; then >>Devices with Removable Storage- the location where most probably you'll find your >>hdd vcam- w/some ID- brand? Double click on it, locate your video/picture files and copy/paste to >> my Documents/my videos (my pictures?) located above Hard Disk Drives.
Import the desired video files to video editing software
You can go to the cybelink website and download a trial copy of the software that came with the camcorder. The software is ; Cyberlink Power Cinema, Power Directer, and Power Producer. The camcorder's format is also recognizable by Mac. Or if you dont want ot eventually buy the new software you can manually change the file extension of you movies off the camcorder to .mpg to view back your video using windows media player. Until you get editing software, you would not be able to edit your movies. Adobe Premier Elements 4 works fine with .mov files and Final cut pro.
i have vista and this worked for me
make sure cam is off and usb it to ur pc.
turn on cam and chose back up to pc
go to computer and open the foloders on your cam
minimize the page and drag the sd folder to your desktop
transfer files to windows movie maker
edit publish to whatever you want(dvd)
if you have vista you dont need the camera software,in fact the software sucks neway