Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG30 Camcorder
I have a JVC Everio 30gb hard disk video camera. It has been working fine and all of a sudden I went to turn it on to transfer a video and it starts displaying a message saying "camera temperature is too low, do not turn off, please wait"
I left it on for a long long time and the message will not go away and it will not let you do anything else. I tried to send email to JVC and its been 4 days and no reply
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I suppose that .MOI is the solution, maybe in this file there is details about time, date... Only we need to find out how to merge .MOI & .MOD...
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
SOURCE: JVC Everio GZ-MG135E
I bought the JVC model MG135AGM but i dont have the driver. My problem i cant view my video w/o the software driver. where i can find it or download the driver
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
VLC Media Player which could play back the content (as it supports H.264 video and AC3 audio directly without needing DirectShow filters). Software called the "Picture Motion Browser" is distributed with Sony camcorders and can play these kind of files, but this article assumes you do not have that software.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Share: How to import .tod files from JVC Everio HDD Camcorder to iMovie?
Requirements: iMovie (Part of the iLife 08 package)
Step 1: Connect the Everio to the Mac (Via USB)
Make sure you are powering the Everio from the mains before connecting your JVC Everio Camcorder.
Step 2: Playback on PC
Select “Playback on PC” on the Everio, once connected you will see the Everio HDD symbol appear on the desktop. The video files on the Everio are stored in the SD Folder/PRG***/MOV***.MOD.
Step 3: Open iMovie
Once you open iMovie, you will see that it recognizes the Everio straight away and will attempt to import your video.
You are now ready to use iMovie to edit your video files.
If need change .tod files to common video formats like mov, mp4, m4v, mpg, mpeg, dv, flv, avi, wmv, 3gp, mkv, mp3, aac, wma, m4a, etc. Mod Tod Video Converter for Mac is a good choice. The program can also convert mod tod to ipod, mod tod to iphone, tod to apple tv, tod to blackberry and more devices!
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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