Question about JVC GR-DVL310 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
I'm looking to get some information as to how to get the recorded video from this video camera onto a PC. The camera itself has a DV hook up, but the cable I was given is not a USB on the other end. Is there a way to pull the video off for purposes of editing the video? If there is another cable that would work I'd be more then happy to buy it. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: JVC GR-DVL310 VISTA DRIVER
Your JVC is a MiniDV camcorder, which uses a Firewire connection for capture. Firewire drivers are standard for all DV camcorders, and built-in on every version of Windows since about Windows 98SE (well, they didn't work very well until Windows 2000).
You still need a capture application to complete the transfer. Most (maybe all) versions of Windows comes with Windows Movie Maker, which is a very basic program, but it can do this.
Normally, a DV camcoder can't be detected by Windows until you have it connected via Firewire, and have it the appropriate mode. On some cameras, this can be play or record (the latter would tranfer live video, or allow recording TO the camera), on others, you need to set the camera to a "link to PC" mode. I currently own Sony and Canon camcorders that both work in the former way, but my first DV camcorder was a JVC, and it did have to put in a "link to PC" mode to be detected by the computer. If you can't find the setting, you might want to check your user manual.
For still photos, it looks like you use a USB connection. I haven't found all the details on this camcorder, but this is likely to be a normal USB "storage class" connection. If so, your camcorder would show up like a disc drive, and you can drag photos over. Vista will support this by default, too.
The other way some older camcorders send photos is to appear to the system as a USB scanner type device. You would need a device driver for this, from JVC.
The user manual would be helpful here. You can get one via download if you don't have it:
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Set the power switch to REC mode, press MENU and go to DISPLAY you should be able to switch off the data/info display from here :
Download the manual for further details and future reference :
If this help please vote..many thanks and good luck!
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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