Hi I've been trying to edit some video but the software that came with the camera (JVC GZ HD7) won't install on my computer. Actually the power producer works fine but the power cinema won't. I am running vista on a toshiba laptop.
any help is greatly appreciated as I am on a bit of a deadline.
worst help was provided by ifadoi. by the way i got the same camera. if that doesn't work.
download the free trial copy of videostudio pro x2. its read .tod files.
here is the link:
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To undelete your videos files, the first thing you should do is STOP taking more videos with your JVC recorder. Then take more recovery programs to rescue the videos. here are some that should help you out. For Windows --> Data Recovery Software Tool For Mac OS X --> Video Recovery for Mac 1. Connect your camera (memory card) to a PC or Mac which has installed the recovery program. 2. Scan for the lost video files. 3. Recover them easily. Caution - Do NOT try & write anything back to the recorder memory card until you can recover your files safely! Good luck and best regards!
Hey Brett, unfortunately FCP and iMovie are looking for a device over Firewire or a capture card (whichever you have set up). The driver off of the disk is actually quite useless under any Mac Os 10. Video editing programs unless older or PC based rarely use USB for video transfer hence why none of the apps are locating the camera. Unfortunately you'll have to transfer the files via USB as data and use a program like MPEGStreamclip to transcode them to a file format those programs will understand. JVC has released updated software but it seems to do nothing at all. I hope this helps.
P.S. you may need the MPEG 2 Codec to do the conversions wether you're using MPEGStreamclip or another application.