Question about JVC Cameras
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your tapes are of the dv type so you need a firewire lead. there is a socket on your camcorder marked ilink or dv. you will need to check your p.c. to see if it has a firewire port. it will be on the back and looks like a fat usb port. if it hasn't got one you can buy a firewire card and fit it yourself, its
fairly straight foreward. both items can be sourced from maplins or most computer shops for about £20. software is also needed and you should have got some with the camcorder. its usually not very good so i would suggest you try pinnacle studio 8 or 9, this you can get from e bay for £10 to £15
its very easy to use and less complicated than adobe premiere for instance.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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