Question about JVC GR-DVL300 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
Am unable to connect my JVC DVL300 to my Vista, I just spent 50 on a S video cable and also on a Belkin firewire, my computer said to just plug it in and the import video should run instantly, but it didn't, I have tried turning the camera on and off, plugging the cables in in different orders, nothing,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Problem connecting JVC GR D370U
My camera is a JVC GRD370.
JVC seems to only work with firewire (iee1394) that uses the Texas Instrument chips.
I ended up having to buy a PCI card for my PC that specificaly had the Texas Instruments IEE1394 chip.
Worked fine after that. No special drivers, Windows XP automaticly installed the Firewire drivers for the card, and auto-detected the camera.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
Best Buy has a 6 pin to 4 pin firewire cable. You will need some software as well to copy to the hard drive such as Pinnacle Studio if you don't have on already.
Once the cable is plugged in and turned on Studio will detect the camera and run the program.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: JVC CAMCORDER GZ-HD7U
You CAN NOT use the Firewire to capture your footage like DV or HDV camcorders. I too Have a macbook pro and use FCPS2 to edit my footage. If you want to get the footage off of the HD7u, you'll have to connect via USB2.0 and download the .TOD files and use a program to convert them. I use MPEGStreamclip. It will work with the .TOD files and convert them to a format that iMovie or FInal Cut will understand. If this is not for professional work you'll probably be fine converting the footage to the HDV standard or DV standard and not have to render in FCP to edit the footage.
Caution... MPEG2 codec may be needed. If you have FCP or have Quicktime pro, you probably already have it other wise you can purchase it from apple for $29.99 or if you try real hard (not to hard) you can probably find it on a torrent for free.
I hope this helps your situation
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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