Ok, i know iv got all the cords plugged in right. but when i start up windows movie maker and click capture, all i see on the screen is static. i know the plug ins are plugged into the right places because when i plug them into one place, i get static. but anywhere else i just get a black screen. i have a 3 in one cord of yellow, red, and white plugged into tv out. how do i get it to work?
I do recommend please try to connect the dazzle at the back USB ports of your computer. And if your using the old version of Instant DVD recorder try to uninstall the program and download the latest version in the pinnacle website. Also try to update the driver of your graphics card. make sure that you capture card is 128MBor higher. 64 is not recommended.
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i understand from the displayed message that "codec error downloading" i must download an appropriate codec pack to rectify the problem . moreover "auto run file" is corrupted. do not know the solution. i am taking my camcorder to sony service centre.
The JVC cameras have a flip-out screen, behind this is a small port to which the camera cable connects, kind of "M" shaped. It may also have a DV port hidden behind a small plastic door somewhere on the camera. The other end of the cable goes to the back of your computer tower. Turn the camera's power switch to "Play" or VCR mode and then connect the cable to the tower. Windows should detect the camera, load it and then offer to capture the footage using Windows Movie Maker. The video imported is saved to your "Videos" folder by default. Under start, go up to your user name at the upper right -- usually your name-- and inside the window that opens look for Videos. You can then use Windows Movie Maker to capture and edit your movie.