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How many pixels does the JVC model number GZ-MS100BEK have ?


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Importing HD video on a Mac


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hi there

have you tried a different medium to which you transfer the videos? what i mean is a different software of your choice.

have you tried also using a driver which your cam is compatible for your mac? most probable cause that you cant import those videos is that your mac itself does not have the correct drivers for the specific files to be imported to.

hope this helps.

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My computer doesn't recognize my JVC Everio camcorder


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JVC, Panasonic, and Canon camcorders users are usually troubled by MOD and TOD files that generated by their JVC camcorders, because the two formats generally can not be directly accepted by most video players or editors. If you want to enjoy these video files on your computer or portable devices, or even do some further editing with video editing software, you have to convert them to some other common video formats previously. This article here will introduce you how to convert MOD files generated camcorders like JVC GZ-MG130, JVC GZ-MG630, Panasonic SDR-S7, Canon FS100, etc. If you are in need, please go ahead with it.
Required software:
Pavtube MOD Converter

Step 1: Download, install and run Pavtube MOD Converter

Step 2: Import video files, select output format and specify store path
Click "Add" button to load your recorded MOD files to this program, and select whatever formats you need from the drop-down list of "Format". If you want to play on your cell phone, you can select 3GP; to play on iPod or iPhone, you can select MP4; to share online, you can select FLV. Meanwhile, press output folder to specify where to locate the output files, or you can use the store path set by default. Further more, suppose you need to join several files to be as a single file, you can check "Merge into one file" to realize it.

Step 3: Set advanced settings:
You are allowed to do some advanced settings according to your own requirements. In this section, you are able to set parameters for output video, the bigger value, the better quality, but the larger size.

Step 4: Convert
Pavtube MOD Converter provides you a friendly interface while converting, and all the conversion info can be found out in the following window, like total progress, spent time, the generated file size, as well as the possibly left time and the entire size probably produced during the conversion.

Tips:
1. The converting speed of this software is 1-2 times faster than the similar converters. Batch conversion can be done in a few minutes.
2. It does not have audio and video out of sync issues.
3. With exception of adding text as watermark, images, GIF animations, and videos can also be added as watermarks to realize the picture-in-picture effect.
4. You can use the "Trim" function to select certain video clips to convert. And you can also take advantage of the "Crop" function to remove black edges or change the screen size.

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Can not import video from camera to moviemaker


Hi there. You can't import the video because your camera records and puts out video in mpeg2 format. Windows Movie Maker will not read that format. But...good news! - Here are two things you can do to work around that problem.

1. Use the software that came with the camera to capture the video and import the resulting file into Movie Maker. OR
2. Connect your camera to your computer using an analog connection (like S-video cable) and capture the video using Movie Maker.

That will fix your problem. Thanks for coming to FixYa. Let me know if you have any other questions and if you're satisfied with my solution, don't forget to rate it a fixya.

Rob

Feb 22, 2009 | Sony Digital Cameras

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I have a panasonic digital filming camera the NV GS60 and even though it isnt the best program i just want to upload the footage onto windows movie maker how do i do this?


Hi, I believe that camera comes with a firewire cable. Does your computer have that? If so, just connect the camcorder to your computer and power on the camera. Your Operating system should recognize it. Then open MS moviemaker. You can control what footage you want to capture from within moviemaker. It is timeconsuming and requires quite a bit of free disk space as the imported files can get rather large and hard to work with once they are over 1GB.

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