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JVC mini DV.. video upload

I can't upload videos on to my computer form my camera. i im not sure if i need software to download. when i connect the camera it says it can not be read. if anyone has a solution please help

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  • lamb005 Nov 18, 2007

    i can't upload video from my camera to my computer. My "movie maker" says that the device has not been located. Is there a software that is downloadable from the internet that I can use to get this problems fixed?

  • wbs12 Nov 27, 2007

    cant transfer footage to my computer

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2008

    Neither my mac or my pc is even recognizing that the camcorder is attatched





    My product however is GR-D07

  • Terri77 Mar 12, 2008

    I just bought a new pc and now when i plug my camcorder to my pc through firewire the pc is not recognizing that the camcorder? What do i need to do? Is there a program i need to download?

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I've got the same camera and I use "Windows Movie Maker" to transfer my recordings to DVD's. The program came with Windows Vista, but you may be able to download it from Microsoft.com .
There's another program that also came with Windows Vista Home Premium. It's "Muvee Auto Producer 5.0" and YES! I realize that's not how to spell "MOVIE", that's how they spell it. Anyway, although I haven't used it yet, it will transfer your home movies to DVD or you can save them to the hard drive. I prefer the "Movie Maker". It's pretty easy and it has some pretty neat features. You'll like it too. Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with. I know how you feel! I was in the same boat as you, when I first got that camera...NO WAY TO SAVE MY HOME MOVIES AND COULDN'T FIND ANYONE TO TELL ME HOW TO DO IT OR WHAT SOFTWARE TO GET.
Just so you know, everything you need, to do what you're wanting to do...I already installed and ready to go in the "HP Pavilion a1710n", including the FireWire Port. Or, you could get Windows Vista Home Premium...but I don't care for it myself.
Good Luck To You,
Bill

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