We are using the dr hd 100 on board a jvc hd 250 as a media storage unit.... the clips it records are triggered by the start/stop vtr switch on the camera.. the hard drive records the clips as short clips... my question is... can the hard drive be configured to give me one continuous clip at the end of the day or am I stuck with hundreds of clips l have to drag into FCP?
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Most photo and video cameras can't be used as a webcam without special software. The software often costs more than 100 dollar.
For that reason a very cheap webcam (it should be compatible with the OS you have) is a much better solution.
Most camera's only act as a external memory when connected to a computer.
There are several issues that may be causing the volume to be very low.
(1) When you press the Vol+ button on the speaker does it make a beep sound? (It should, even if it can not longer go up or lower).
(2) Be sure to continue pressing the Vol+ Button to ensure that the volume does increase.
(3) While this is rarely an issue, may want to check that the speaker is charged.
*Please note that some devices have a separate volume control aside from a blue tooth devices volume adjustment.
(1) Ensure that Media Volume is on.
(2) Ensure that the volume is turned up on the device by using the devices Vol+ controls
*Please also note that the media being used (Youtube, Hulu, Music Player, etc.) may ALSO have a separate volume control aside from a blue tooth devices volume adjustment.
(1) Check that the volume within the media is turned up as well.
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