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Camera Battery JVC compact vhs camcorder GR-SXM607E

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SOURCE: My GR-AXM18 JVC Compact VHS w/LCD Screen isn't recording!!

Blue means that there is no signal. It can be that the head is dirty. Use a cleaning casette, (do not use cotton swab and alcohol)

Posted on May 30, 2007

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SOURCE: BURN HOME VIDEO TO DVD

Assuming that your camera is not equipped to interface directly with your PC, here are the steps to take to get your videos from VHS to DVD:

- Purchase a video capture device.
A cursory websearch garnered once for $50.00 here:
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- After setting the device up, use the bundled software to convert the video file into DVD format and then burn to disc, using your favorite burnig software. Be sure that it is burning in the VIDEO_TS/AUDIO_TS format and not just copying the .avi to the DVD.

If you would like for me to elaborate on anyt of these instructions, please don't hesitate to contact me directly at likwidstate2@hotmail.com. Good luck and, again, let me know if there's anything else I can do. I think you'll be just fine though as this process is fairly straightforward...just time-consuming.

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

SOURCE: JVC compact VHS camcorder will not record.

i'm sorry i dont have a suggestion, but i do have a problem with the focus on my camcorder everything works except the picture on it. and i've bought the vhs-c vcr converter tape to go with it. i would like a manual for it and cant seem to find the right sight to print off a manual

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

SOURCE: JVC GR-AXM18U Compact VHS Camcorder

perhaps you should turn off the camcorder, remove the battery, wait a minute, and then put it back in.

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SOURCE: What cable do I need to hook up Video camera to pc?

Try Firewire Cable ....but check that your Camcorder as well as the PC has the port ..... If not then check S-Video Cable

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

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BURN HOME VIDEO TO DVD


Assuming that your camera is not equipped to interface directly with your PC, here are the steps to take to get your videos from VHS to DVD:

- Purchase a video capture device.
A cursory websearch garnered once for $50.00 here:
ADS Tech Video Xpress
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1902901,00.asp

- After setting the device up, use the bundled software to convert the video file into DVD format and then burn to disc, using your favorite burnig software. Be sure that it is burning in the VIDEO_TS/AUDIO_TS format and not just copying the .avi to the DVD.

If you would like for me to elaborate on anyt of these instructions, please don't hesitate to contact me directly at likwidstate2@hotmail.com. Good luck and, again, let me know if there's anything else I can do. I think you'll be just fine though as this process is fairly straightforward...just time-consuming.

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