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Hello, well with your camera you down-load the film by cable (mostly hi fi red/blue/white to the PC, you should put a new formated DVD disk in PC and go to windows media, there you should be able to make movie.
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To save the video on a computer, a firewire connections must first be established from the JVC GR-DX307 AS to the appropriate firewire port of the laptop (assuming it has one or through a PCMCIA firewire adapter card if required). In the camera, the FireWire/DV port is located beneath the mode dial on the left side of the JVC GR-DX307’s body. To access the FireWire/DV port, the LCD monitor must be first opened.
Soon as that connection is established, you can use Windows Import Video (Vista) to capture / download the videos.
Alternately, the A / V port of the camera maybe used to connect to a DVD Recorder for direct, realtime copying & burning. For the disc to be playable in another machine, it must be finalized.
i HAVE THE SAME CAMERA AND HAVE ALWAYS CONNECTED USING A FIREWIRE LEAD WHICH I PURCHASED SEPERATELY it's under oneof the rubber flaps and is called DVOUT. You will need to purchase a firewire lead which has that small connection on one end and whatever size your firewireport connection is, on the other