Videowave 7 from roxio doesn't recognize my videos from jazz cam
I have videotaped some pretty important stuff ( such as meeting the Robin Williams ) and i want to transfer my video to videowave, but when i open up the program, my videos do not appear or are not recognized.
I'm trying to reach Roxio.com, but I'm having to fill out forms and do
all kinds of stuff, all i am trying to do is send them an e-mail, but its proving just as difficult as their software .... somebody out there help me please !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I will add to that information by stating there _could_ be a foreign object inserted into the videotape tray. A million years ago, when a niece was visiting with her toddler son, I "kid proofed" all the open electrical outlets which were on the toddler's level by inserting "todder-proof" electrical outlet covers. A few days after the 2 left my home, I wanted to watch a videotape and found I couldn't insert it.
I took the VCR to a repair business, where the repair technician found a "toddler-proof" electrical outlet wedged into the videotape tray. Needless to say, I don't think my niece removed the cover and stuffed it in the videotape tray.
1. Check to see if a tape is jammed inside (see 284 Extract a Jammed Videotape). 2.
Try changing the video input and/or output source. Many VCRs have two
ways to receive and send a video signal (coaxial and video direct). If
that works, try changing the cable for the other method to see whether
you need a new cable. 3. Clean tape heads (see How to Clean VCR Heads). 4.
Open VCR and inspect any belts that are accessible (see 284 Extract a
Jammed Videotape). A drive belt may be broken or loose.
If tapes are getting stuck / enmeshed inside the machine, itis 90%
probability) a mechanical problem. Change the Belts, clean all rollers,
idlers, and braking pads. I would suggest that you also replace the Capstan Pinch Roller.
No it was also on the regular news. This is so sad because he had made it to the top. I guess money cannot buy you happiness. He is certainly going to be missed by not just his family but so many fans!
To the best of my knowledge 8mm VTR's have not been available for some time now. On the other hand there are plenty of Hi8 cameras and players available after market. eBay is a great source. Keep in mind that Hi8 cameras and decks will also play standard 8mm video tapes. There are also many video tape transfer services that will transfer your 8mm tapes to DVD or other formats of your choice. Just Google "videotape transfer service"
try to use ULEAD MOVIE MAKER as you saving your videod. be sure you have driver for your device so that the computer will recognize it.if that camera has a memory card transfer it and use card reader to save it to your computer. hope that helps!
Yes, and it is highly recommended to do so. Hitachi’s DVD-Camcorder has an advanced analogto-digital conversion system. By using the analog Audio/Video input on the camcorder, the tape based information is converted into digital data and is then recorded onto the DVD disc. See manual instructions for switching input from Camera to Line-In.