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Driver I do not know how to do to see mi movie in my computer because I do not have ane more windows 98 now I have windows XP, please send me the driver page becuase I want download

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I've lost the installation disc and want to transfer mini dv films from my canon mv930 to my computer


According to page 80 of the user manual for this camera (click here for manual), the installation disk will not help you with transferring movies from your camera to your computer.

The instructions state that you will need a computer with a 4 or 6 pin DV (firewire) interface adapter, a 4 to 4 pin or 4 to 6 pin DV interface cable, and the movie software that came with your computer. According to the user manual, drivers for this DV interface are built-in to Windows 98 and later versions of Windows.

Assuming you have a Windows computer, I would suggest using Windows Movie Maker to import and edit your movies from your camera. If you have a Mac, then iMovie will be able to handle this very nicely.

The 4 to 4 DV interface cable is available here: (click here)

The 4 to 6 DV interface cable is available here: (click here)

Your computer will have to have a 4 or 6 pin firewire adapter either built-in to it or provided by an add-on card of some sort.

If you provide the make, model number, and operating system of your computer, I may be able to suggest some sources for the firewire adapter if available.

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Normally, when you connect a camera using the USB connection, your PC recognises the device and you can use it straight away. I had no end of problems getting the PC to do this and I thought the driver was at fault.
The answer, in hindsight, is that in the menu there are 2 items for the USB Function, "web camera" and "DV Studio" - the software for acquiring still photos from the camera. Choose "web camera", connect your camera to the PC via the USB connection and switch on the camera using the Playback mode. Check "My Computer" and there should be a video camera icon with "USB Video Device" beside it. Double click onto this icon will open up a page, where if you start your movie from the camera, you can see the results on the PC screen. Unfortunately, there's nowhere on this page where you can save the movie itself.
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http://www.download.com/Windows-Movie-Maker-Windows-XP-/3000-13631_4-10165075.html
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Trying to get computer to recognize camcorder


I would try the link below if you haven't already. On that page there is a lot of info (terrible support website). About half way down the page there is the link listed below (I copied the title but it listed it as a link.) software and manuals.... Try downloading that file and unzipping it following the directions on the page. I believe that is the driver for the camera. The type of file it downloads is a driver file type. It should work with other software then. I also noticed on the very bottom of the page there is a link for capture and editing software. I went to downloaded it but it wanted a serial number from a camera. I think if you read and look closely you should find what you are looking for on that page. I hope this helps.
http://support.jvc.com/consumer/custrel/index.jsp

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I had a similar issue. I had never been able to download video to computer because the computer never recognized the camera. As a last resort, I bought a new firewire cord today -- and my computer recognized the camera as soon as I turned the camera to play! It was four years in the making (I thought there was something wrong with my camera this entire time!), but it was just a cord issue. Now the cord that came with the camera is in the trash, and I can download video. I did buy an (XP) driver for I think $8 online, but I'm not sure whether that really had anything to do with it (I have SP3). I bought it from www.helpdrivers.com, and it was called the JVC / GR-D70U USB Mass Storage Class Driver + G.726 Decoder / Windows 98-98Se-Me-2000-XP, Item# 3021598. Downloaded it from the site. Hope that helps!

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What editing program do I get with this camera?


The PC Kit provides movie capture, DVD authoring, DVD-R burning, photo editing, and DVD playback capability on PC based computers equipped with Windows 98, ME, 2000 and XP. The kit includes a USB Cable, USB1.1 Driver, UDF2.0 Writer, CyberLink Power DVD XP, Ulead® DVD Movie Factory SE for DVDCAM and Ulead Photo Explorer7 Lite.

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