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Lost downloadd films

After downloading digital film from a JVC camcorder Everio, I can not find the film. Is there a way of storing downloaded film directly to an album or file?

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Which application you have used for downloading the film
if you have name the file you can search through search option

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I already downloaded a video film from internet, it is a win rar file, the name of the file is; "50GreatestMagicTricks" Unfortunately I can not play it back with GOM PLAYER, BS...


win rar file is a compressed file.decompress or extract video file using WINRAR application.you will get winrar from http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm .

one of the best video player is media player classic .install k-lite megacodec from http://www.codecguide.com/download_mega.htm to get media player classic

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After making film, can't open the file *ppp again


Did I understand properly if I say : After 2 weeks yu cannot find your film in your camera and the Power Producer says that some files properly does not exist ??
If yes then :

1. :check that you not have renamed the files (ex. record 1015 to my child 1). some cameras cannot understand that you rename the files inside the camera, you need to copy them out and then rename them. If you have done that then you can use explere to search inside your cameras hard disc and find the renamed film files.

2. :Another thing could bee that you have too many USB connected to the computer ( the computer can only have a x nummer of USB connected to the pc at the same time), try to disconnect some of the other USB connected.

3.: The USB place (port) you use for the camera is not working properly, try to use anither USB connection

4. The film files are corrupted( there can bee different reason for that ex you just disconnect the vire connected to the pc and camera without first disable the USB connection) OR the camera do record over the the old film when there is no more space or after a certain time.
For this thin you can try to recover the file with Recuva, here is the link :
http://www.recuva.com/

5. The battery in your camera is nearly empty, for this recharce/ by new ones (it depend if you use Rechargeable batteries)

Hope that helps, if not return here

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it loos like you might have to coppy all the clippings that you have made the film with on to the disk too.
(Also make sure that you are not burning shortcuts onto ur disk)

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Video downloaded cuts off in adobe premier elements 4


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http://www.dvdripperformacos.com/dvd-to-adobe-premier-pro/

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