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I want to transfer my old videos to the computer to make dvds or to the dvd player? all the info out there is more newer models

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  • lfhakanen Sep 01, 2010

    I got nothing...he said I wasn't explicit enough but he did not explicitl;y tell me what he needed...of no use whatsoever.

  • lfhakanen Sep 01, 2010

    the camera is a JVC GR-AX7, I thought you knew that. I have seen VC500 and Video 2 PC but am unsure either is compatiable with a camcorder this old so I thought you knew about JVC products. I have a Windows pc and am willing to buy Ion VCR 2 PC or Video 2 PC just want the easiest and least $ that will work with this older camcorder.

  • lfhakanen Sep 01, 2010

    model yu30407c dc8v 0.7w compact vhs videomovie gr-ax7 jcv vhsc
    model no. gr-ax7bku dc input 6v max 16a

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Please specify the make and model of the camera ..and the cable specifications ..and I will see what are the possibilities for to do that ..
In general tou need a data cable (usb ) ..and a driver ...or for elder models..you need the software and a firewire connection..
But to be sure about the program ..I need to knwo the make and model of the camera .and the operation system u use..

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    Catalin Turcu Sep 01, 2010

    I went and studied the issue a while and Im on the conclusion that this camera can not connect to the computer in the classic way cause there is no fire-wire on it ..or usb cable ...the only out is by the audio video cable ..(rci ) ..
    in this case the possibilities are limited ..but there still are a few..
    here there is an article about how to make this possible ..and in the choises I sow a couple that are useable...
    One is to use the footage cassettes you have ..and another camera that can connect easy to the computer ...
    Or use a vhs -dvd recorder..and transfer them ..or ..u need a video card that will accept the rci in from the vhs camera..or ..the one that I liked the most ..cause it seams simple enough ..is to get a tv tuner..that will fit the audio video input ...and capture it like on the AV channel on the TV ..and record it during playback ..
    Here is the article with explaining
    ..http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_copy_vhs_tap...
    here I have a video that will explain you about how to download them using the windows movie maker...but you will need a camera that can be connected to the pc directly ..
    http://www.5min.com/Video/Windows-Movie-...
    Im sorry if you was expecting a easy fix..but the camera is too old and it just do not have what it takes to connect it directly ..so ..these are the only possibilities...

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This, of course, depends on the media, which you failed to mention. There are many different types of media, and so it's different for different types. You may need to buy additional equipment in order to achieve this. There are many articles on Google that explain how, and what you need, etc. Just google your type of media, and mention transferring them to DVDs, and you will find many articles, and some videos.
Sorry I couldn't offer precise advice, but I didn't have enough information. Good luck, and hope this helps.

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