I connect my jvc gr-df 570 cam to my pc through i-link ieee1394 but video transffering is not established,it seems my pc detect my camera at the moment i connect the cable, but not any device indicated in divice manager of windows no video transfering,
my pc :windows xp pro service pack 2
i-link card : via
my softare: power director 3,ulead
whats wrong with it?
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Have you tried installing the software from the CD on the PC you are transferring to? There is no drivers for fire-wire.You can buy a a IEEE 1394 firewire to USB 2.0 cable if you do not have a firewire connection on your PC. The software captures the video or still shots.
A firewire to USB will not work. It has to be firewire to firewire. A JVC GR-D240ek uses 4-pin, IEEE 1394 compliant Digital Video Connector [DV OUT] to connect a 1394 cable (also known as a FireWire or i.Link cable) to a laptop equipped with an equivalent IEEE 1394 port. Please note that some laptops firewire port could either be 4 pins or 6 pins.
Soon as that connection as shown above is established, you can use Windows Import Video to capture / download the videos.
Other notes (from the same Windows Help link above) :
You can also open Windows Import Video by using Windows Movie Maker. After you connect ... your DV camera, and your computer, start Windows Movie Maker, turn on your DV camera, put it into playback mode, and Windows Import Video should open automatically.
You can also open Windows Import Video by using Windows Photo Gallery. After you connect ...your DV camera, and your computer, start Windows Photo Gallery, turn on your DV camera, and put it into playback mode. In Windows Photo Gallery, click File, click Import from Camera or Scanner, click your DV camera in the list of devices, click Import, and then follow the instructions.
You can also open Windows Import Video by using Windows Live Photo Gallery. (This options requires you to install Windows Live on your computer.) After you connect your...your DV camera, and your computer, start Windows Live Photo Gallery, turn on your DV camera, and put it into playback mode. In Windows Live Photo Gallery, click File, click Import from a camera or scanner, click your DV camera in the list of devices, click Import, and then follow the instructions.
Verify that the laptop's firewire port is 100% up to specs and totally compliant to IEEE 1394.
In order to connect your camcorder to your computer, you have to install the drivers for your camcorder and windows Operating system before you connect your comcorder to your computer. Here are the steps in sequence to install the drivers.
1- Use the CD which came with your camcorder and install the drivers. If you do not have the CD, you may be able to download it from JVC webSite.
2- Afetr installing the drivers, Connect your camcorder to your PC and turn the dial to play (Turn on the comcorder if not on).
Follow the screen until it says ready.
3- Now click start, then computer. You should see several icons with one of them having all or part of JVC GR-DF-430AA Camcorder. If you double click on that icon, you would see one or more folders with your stored pictures and videos. Now you can download, copy delete all of them.
Nope, that camera only has S-Video and composite video outputs. IEEE1394 is also known as firewire. Newer camcorders will connect via firewire. You will need a video capture card for your computer. Either an internal card or a USB version. Then you can record the video onto your computer.
It should work. Laptops have a 4pin connection. There is a video on how to specifically connect digital cameras to laptops using 4pin to 4 pin IEEE 1394 cable. So it should work... The video is on www.HandBookLive.com under Electronics category. It doesn't cover the software because all softwares would be different, but you can see that it uses 4 pin to 4 pin. You can double check on this site though.
I found a Fix for vista with my GR-D850 jvc the Startech.com (3 port IEEE-1394 firewire PCI Card) works on vista when installed the pci card I was able to down lowed to windows movie maker with no problems.
Does your laptop...or pc have an IEEE1394 port? If so, you can use that. If not, the PC will need an IEEE 1394 card. You can also use a Firewire/USB hub. That will allow you to make the connection also. Let me know if that helped.