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Everio movie editing

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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  • malbrenh Sep 23, 2008

    I adjusted speaker volume in Control Panel. Speakers work fine, as they always did. I tried to download Media 11 from your link, bur a message said it was not suitable for my system. My OS system is Vista 32. The movie clips still play back soundlessly. So, no change to the problem.

  • malbrenh Sep 23, 2008

    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. There is sound when I play back directly from the camcorder through the computer, but not when I try to play the movie clips from the computer's hard drive. Also, I can burn movie clips directly to dvd disc and it will then play back successfully.I've checked via Control Panel that the speakers are working ok and that the volume is adjusted high. I've tried to doenload Windows media Player 11 for Vista 32 (my OS is Vista 32), but a message tells me the download is not suitable for my system. What next, please?

  • malbrenh Sep 23, 2008

    I already tried to convert, using Prism. All that happenend was that prism gave me a message saying my file format may not be supported. I have used Prism successfully before so I am now at a loss.

  • malbrenh Sep 23, 2008

    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? Comment by malbrenh, posted on Sep 23, 2008
    I adjusted speaker volume in Control Panel. Speakers work fine, as they always did. I tried to download Media 11 from your link, bur a message said it was not suitable for my system. My OS system is Vista 32. The movie clips still play back soundlessly. So, no change to the problem.
    Comment by malbrenh, posted on Sep 23, 2008
    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. There is sound when I play back directly from the camcorder through the computer, but not when I try to play the movie clips from the computer's hard drive. Also, I can burn movie clips directly to dvd disc and it will then play back successfully.I've checked via Control Panel that the speakers are working ok and that the volume is adjusted high. I've tried to doenload Windows media Player 11 for Vista 32 (my OS is Vista 32), but a message tells me the download is not suitable for my system. What next, please?
    Comment by malbrenh, posted on Sep 23, 2008
    I already tried to convert, using Prism. All that happenend was that prism gave me a message saying my file format may not be supported. I have used Prism successfully before so I am now at a loss.

  • malbrenh Sep 23, 2008

    Audio cd's play back ok. What next, please? (By the way, thankyou all for your continuing attempts to help me with this problem).

  • malbrenh Sep 24, 2008

    OK. The problem's solved! The person who suggested a converter was closest. I had already tried Prism, which didn't work, but I kept on trying different converters until I found MOVAVI, which is excellent and it solved the problem. Thanks to all who tried to help me.

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Dear,

by using some converter, try to convert the format of the vedio after putting it into pc.
then try with the specific format player

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dont rate it until u satisfied

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  • SALMAN NASEER Sep 24, 2008

    dear,
    try to use another converter not as it

    regards,

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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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You need to download a codec. Try to download this VLC media player, it can play almost all clips. It has all the needed codecs. Windows media player has missing codecs.

Get it HERE

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First check sound settings on control panel, ensure volume is not at minimum and computer audio is not muted. Test playing a CD.

this is usually due to Media Player or whatever player you use on your pc, not having the right codecs to decompress sound from camera file.

Usually you sort it out upgrading media player, you can download update from links below.


  1. Windows Media Player 10
  2. Cumulative update for Windows Media Player 11 in Windows Vista

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    Ginko Sep 23, 2008

    If the player was working well recently, ans you are having the problem just in the last few days, then perform a system restore to a date before having the problem.

    You find system restore under start>>programs>>accessories>>system tools

    Test a CD or a music file on your computer.
    If you can here sound from a CD then it is a problem with the player software.

    Try again downloading it, if for some reason WMP 11 does not work install latest windows media player ten version.

    If normal music CD or sound files does not play, check that the mixer is not muted on audio output.

    If that still does no work reinstall audio drivers.


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