Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG30 Camcorder
We have a JVC GZ-MG30AA camera. When using PowerProducer 2 Gold NE to produce and burn our clips we have filmed onto DVD, the dvd spits out and a error message says 'Catastrophic Failure'.
It has in the past burned DVDs just fine and so I'm not sure why its all of a sudden not going it!
can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transfering editing and burning
I think you may be able to use 3rd party software like "ConvertXtoDVD" the camera records in type of .mpg format & this can be used by many programs including Media Player as long as ya have the right "CODEC" to play and manipulate them. So identify the CODEC, what type of .mpg etc, the camera records in and get , Down Load, that one for Media Player. You may be able to use Windows Movie maker too, but any of the good movie programs would do. I have enclosed some helpful links to further help.. www.shareup.com/ConvertXtoDVD-download-44697.html www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Tutorials/HowToMakeDVD.aspx ats3.fandm.edu/parts/quickstarts/mp026.pdf
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
heres the link to download the POWER PRODUCER
you should have a torrent downloader for this. try to use utorrent to be able to download the whole file on the powerproducer
install the utorrent on your pc. open the file that youve download from the link that ive provide to you. it should be downloading after you open it with utorrent. wait until it 100% and after that you should have the software of your camcorder. that is POWER PRODUCER. hope that helps!
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
If it's like my Canon MVX25i date and time marking then go to the menu, select display setup (or whatever it's called on your camera) somewhere there should be a dialogue which allows you to switch the pesky thing off. I have never used date or time, a very amateurish concept in the first place.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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