Question about JVC Everio GZ-HD7 Camcorder
I have the problem, that when I record something with my JVC Everio GZ-2rcHD7 camcorder and I press the REC-button again, the display shows a green blinking dot and two slashes (where before the red dot and the word "rec" was shown).
The manual says, that the camera is in the record-standby mode.
How can I leave this mode, because the camera does NOT accept any other key - even the switch off key. I only can remove the battery, but this forces problems with the harddisk
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Hey Brett, unfortunately FCP and iMovie are looking for a device over Firewire or a capture card (whichever you have set up). The driver off of the disk is actually quite useless under any Mac Os 10. Video editing programs unless older or PC based rarely use USB for video transfer hence why none of the apps are locating the camera. Unfortunately you'll have to transfer the files via USB as data and use a program like MPEGStreamclip to transcode them to a file format those programs will understand. JVC has released updated software but it seems to do nothing at all. I hope this helps.
P.S. you may need the MPEG 2 Codec to do the conversions wether you're using MPEGStreamclip or another application.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
From my experience with Hard Drive based Camcorders.. you're best bet is to treat them like a computer.. use an application like Data Rescue II to recover the files from the camcorder.. once the files are recovered, reformat the HD on teh camcorder and you should be abel to start recording new footage again.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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