Question about JVC GZ-MS120 Flash Media Camcorder
I imported video and photo files from the camcorder to my PC usinf the everio software that came with the camcorder, my PC is running windows XP. When I go to play the files the computer crashes. I then thought to just by pass the everio software by impoting from the SD card, but windows media player will not play the files. My lap top is a DELL latitude E6510. My previous laptop did play videos I had imported from the same video camera, however I had imported them without the everio software.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC Everio GZ-MC275AA
Video streaming is possible with DV camcorders thanks to the Firewire port (IEEE1394), which works very much like a digital video in/out connection. Basically, the camera just sends video, and if there's a computer attached, it receives the video and decides what to do with it on a computer.
USB doesn't work that way, normally. Most tapeless camcorders automatically set up the webcam as a storage device, which is a very distinct thing from a video streaming device. A storage device is just a disc of some kind... it will show up under some letter (eg, K:) in Windows, when you attach the camcorder.
Some USB camcorders allow for a "webcam" or "streaming" mode... I didn't find any specifics on your JVC, but I know some of the Panasonics support this. There are two ways. One is that, if you have the camera in record/standby mode, it may just go automatically into webcam mode when you attach USB.
The other way is that the camera will have something in the menus, like "Live mode" or "Webcam mode" that instructs it to configure USB for video streaming rather than storage-class attachement.
And of course, some of the tapeless camcorders have a Firewire port, just like a DV camcorder, which is there specifically to allow for streaming video, etc. You could use your camcorder as a web camera over Firewire, given the proper software... though you might find that's just as expensive as buying
And given the price of actual webcams, I would consider buying one
rather than adding wear and tear to my camcorders, just based on
price. This is the same reason I have a DV tape rewind device.. $20 device, $2000
camcorder... easy math.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
Actually if you just change the .MOD endings to a .MPG it should work just try it on a file you have copied but keep the original intact. I also had the same problem with the JVC piece of junk I bought. This is what I found out on the net. It works but I don't know if there is and loss in the process
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
SOURCE: JVC Everio GZ-MG135E
I bought the JVC model MG135AGM but i dont have the driver. My problem i cant view my video w/o the software driver. where i can find it or download the driver
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
SOURCE: Playback on PC has no sound
Are you playing the video back through the camcorders utility ? Sometimes by clicking on the file through windows explorer you will get the picture but no sound, this happens for the Sony camcorder but is fixed by running the playback through the motion picture browser application supplied with the camcorder.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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