My family does a bit of water skiing and when recording on my JVC Everio GZ-MG50AA recorder, playback has fine vertical lines which are very distracting and make the picture blurry. Whenever the suject moves or the camera moves, even slowly, this happens. (VERY slow moving or still objects come out quite clearly but it's really annoying trying to watch any action!) I have tried all the settings I can think of without any success. At the moment I'm getting much better quality video with my fuji digital camera than the camcorder, which sort of defeats the purpose of having it! Any tips please?
I've found out that if the little internal battery that holds the date and time is run down, then the camera can't focus on moving things well. I left mine plugged in all weekend, now can record action. Some can be replaced - like a big watch battery.
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best bet to get that video on pc 1st ok then convert it to dvd format 720x480 29.97 fps mpeg 2 use allok software online to convert then burn to dvd play perfect use nero 7 to make dvds proably is flat screen your resoution proably dont match up or the verticaly sync in hertz is higher cuses the vertical lines so do that way to make pro videos
For broken files, everio will prompt you to recover once switched on. If you mean deleted by accident, you can use file recovery software like Final Data Enterprise and a lot more. Mostly can be recovered, sometimes 80% or 90% of your total recording. Good Luck
LCD panel needs replacing - this is the classic case of detached screen ribbon, which unfortunately is not repairable without silicon printing equipment which costs thousands. Also check playback on another device (ie streamed through your PC) to make sure the heads haven't become misaligned.
Are you playing the video back through the camcorders utility ? Sometimes by clicking on the file through windows explorer you will get the picture but no sound, this happens for the Sony camcorder but is fixed by running the playback through the motion picture browser application supplied with the camcorder.
Hi .Just click on Menu-button, then with joy-stick (on left side of cam-monitor)go up tu "Rec Media for Video"...then you push joy-stik to the right...and then you see 2 lines media types -HDD and SD....again with joy-stick you push to up side (where is HDD )...and then again push joy-stick to center( to select the recording media type)...and your cam is ready to rec on HDD