Re: need cd to transfer video form my JVC camcorder
So this has a built in harddisk or fixed memory that you use to record video to it? You should be able to use the cable supplied to connect it to you computer, windows 2000 upwards xp or vista too, it should detect it as a "mass storage device" or similar. Some manufacturers need 'drivers' to make the storage compatible with windows. If by chance it is outright compatable with windows, you should be able to see this as an additiona ldrive in 'My Computer' icon on your desktop, open it up to view as you would open a CD or a disk by double clicking on the new drive. Then you should find a few folders. By hunting through these you should be able to find ones that have files in them, with luck you can drag the icons of the ones you want from the folder to the desktop.
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It is not required to use any driver or software to transfer videos from the Camcorder to the Computer.
Once you connect the Camcorder to the Computer, you will get the DVD disc in the Camcorder as an additional drive under My Computer.
You can find the Video_10 folder under the drive and copy it to the Computer to transfer the videos.
However, there are some occasion, computer may ask driver when connecting the Camcorder.. It may be due to genuine driver incompatibility..
In these type of situation, you can finalize the disc in the Camcorder and insert it in the CD/DVD drive on the Computer to transfer the videos.
You can use any software which you used to playback the commercially produced discs to playback the videos from the disc.
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Have you tried the cord from your camera to your computer's usb port? It should be recognized by the computer, allowing you to transfer your videos to a folder. The camera has a built in memory, so you have to use a cord to transfer the movies and pics.
hook it up to the front sockets on your dvd recorder ..select the front imput sockets on your dvd remote usually av3 press play on the camcorder and record on the dvd recorder.or hook it up to your pc to edit...
connect the cam and PC using 4 pin firewire cable.
Switch on the cam.
Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video from device.
You can then use Move Maker to any disc burning software like Nero to create the movie disks.
Finalizing only allows your CD or DVD to be compatible with other units and to prevent any additional files from being added. If you initialized instead of finalizing you may have wiped out your files, but I doubt it.
Try this: Play your CDs on the original unit where they were recorded. If you see pictures, you should be able to transfer them. Try running a USB or firewire cable directly from your camera or DVD player into your computer and capturing that way.
You did not mention what kind of a computer or photo capture device you are using.