Question about JVC GZHD7 60GB Hard-Drive Camcorder 60 GB USB Hard Drive
The JVC GZHD7 cuts up long event filming into files about 18 and a half minutes long (18:23:23 to be precise), which is a real problem, because it doesn't play back perfectly over the joins. The first frame of a new file seems to follow the last frame of the previous file OK, but then there seems to be several frames missing before continuing on as normal. Then at the end of each file, the second and third last frames are the same (duplicated). But what is worse is the fact that the audio is totally missing from the last 9 frames of each file, which produces a noticeable glitch in the sound during playback. It's enough to miss a whole word during speech. This is noticeable both when playing the original TOD file or the resulting quicktime file (converted with MPEG Streamclip) during editing in final cut pro. Is there any fix for this, or better yet, is there a way to stop the GZHD7 from cutting up long continuous video shoots into multiple files?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a similar problem, i - by mistake - shot some footage in ps 50 mode. Now i can capture it in my mac by playing it analog, and than capture it. This seems to work fine only.... date and time keeps showing in the footage and that's not what i want cause that makes the footage totally useless.
Problem is, i don't have a manual i can't seem to figure out how to 'not display' date and time of the recording. Does anyone have a suggestion or maybe an english pdf manual you can send me? Any help would be higly appreciated. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
SOURCE: .TOD file extensions
u can rename the .tod file to .avi. once you have renamed it, you can import it into after effects or premeire.
if you dont have them softwares than use ulead video studio pro x2
Posted on May 26, 2009
Hi and welcome to Fixyah,
All you have to do is to copy all the files from your camcorder and then save to your documents.
Download video converter to the website. Google it and type it there .TOD convert to MPEG4.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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