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I have a JVC video camera. It came with a usb cord. When I plug it in the pc recogises it but there is only one folder that opens up and it is empty. I have my tape inside the camera. I want to transfer it to windows move maker but as I said, there is nothing in the only folder that opens up. Do you know how I can transfer my movie to Windows Movie Maker?

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Hi Braxton_46,

In most video editing programs such as Windows Movie Make, there should be an option for "import video" this should then find your camera and extract the video. As it is a tape based unit it will actually need to run the tape to extract the information.

The folder you are seeing maybe for a still picture feature your unit may have

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