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Transferring video files to my pc

I cant transfer video files to my pc. i can play them through the camera on the pc but the quality is terrible and all jolty. How do I load the video files onto my pc? I cant figure it out... Please help me! I love my camera! Thanks, Rachel.

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Loading video to PC should be the same as loading your pictures, although they will jist appear as the first frame of your video; looking like a picture. If you hover your mouse over the file you should see a file type as either .mpeg,.avi or mpeg4, you then right click and open with your preferred programme, be it your DVD player or Windows Media player.

Posted on Nov 30, 2006

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    andrew pester Nov 30, 2006

    Apologies, after checking your cam you will need to refer to pages 20 and 21 of your manual for the folder the video is in, or down load the manual here:- http://www.jvc.co.uk/search.php?search_k...

    You may have to use the Cyberlink Software that came with the cam.

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