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i think you can try another kind of downloader. Google a program called Video Download Studio then you can use it FREE download video or audio form YouTube, google, metacafe, redtube, dailymotion etc. attention: download function is no need to register you can also use it to convert video to audio, video to video, audio to audio. use it convert video to mp3 mp4 for your iPod tutorial; http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/how-to-use
This happened to me. I know the solution. I uninstalled everio mediabrowser program that came on cd with the camcorder. The result was that I could not hear the sound when I played my videos. If you install Everio Mediabrowser again, the audio will play.
There is a way to get back those deleted video files from your digital camcorder, BUT it is just possible. Because if those deleted files has been overwritten by new files you saved in, then there is no hope. However usually overwritten cases are hard to happen as long as the hard disk(of your JVC camcorder) has enough volume.
Then, take so called data recovery program to handle the issue and see if you can grab some or all of the deleted files back. Here are some recovery software you may take a try.
You should take care - before your files are recovered, do not save more files to the device concerned(do not take more videos or photos) in case overwritten situation will happen. I hope you good luck.
I have just solved this problem for video - not checked audio as using it for stop frame animation. Just bought a USB Video adapter - Easycap and used the JVC Everio DV mini jack to red white and yellow phono into usb via adapter, install software and off you go. I bought a really cheap one to check-Under £10 new on ebay, also S video compatible. Perhaps a more expensive adapter may give better quality image, can also now transfer old VHS from videoplayer to PC-
Also possible to buy an internal capture card.to slot into your motherboard if you are up for that.
The codec needed to extract audio is not present in your computer. Maybe you need to install all the application program from the CD/DVD enclosed in your Camera. Or you can use other player other than windows media player.