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Hi. Yes, especially since it sounds as if you may still have your Video 8 camera, but if not then get one on eBay etc. - you could always sell it back when finished.
I think you may want to record the movies in another form, e.g. DVD, so they can be played more easily on PC or TV.
If so, a VCR or DVD recorder would still do the job but it would be best to play the movies with the Video 8 camera plugged into a DVD/Hard drive recorder. This would best allow editing before later saving onto DVD from the hard drive.
You could get video capture software to record the movies onto PC but I have not tried this and think it might prove more complicated.
Unfortunately, there is no external mic connection on this camcorder. The a/v jack is for viewing movies on a tv or transferring to a video recorder, etc.
I found this out through some reviews on the camera at this site: http://alatest.com/reviews/camcorder-reviews/jvc-gr-d720-mini-dv-digital-camcorder/po3-36078831,21/
Sorry to have to relay the bad news. The biggest complaint about this recorder seems to be bad sound quality, but there is nothing that can be done about it, unfortunately. Sorry, wish I had better news for you.
HD movie recording disabled: SOLVED for 2 HDRSR5's (work and home): After copying all movies to computer, "DELETE ALL" from HD view. Evidentally if you have been deleting movies using computer, the still images used for 'scene selections' remain and fill its capacity. You must be in HD view when choosing Delete All (that is, rather than just deleting all Standard movie clips)
You need to get some AV cables and some sort of MPG4 Video/TV capture card USB, or PCI, whatever, also software to display captured images,now you connect up the camera to the input on the capture card, press play on VCR and Record on PC, and stream the video to the PC and save it wherever you want. Then you can manipulate after saving anyhow you wish. This software hardware combination will also allow you to watch,a Movie streamed in, and output to TV as well.at same time...with the right Video out card, any dual head monitor card will do,
If camcorder shows old recorded tapes picture with correct colors in LCD but does not show live view in camera mode to record new movie then its ccd imager chip failure.
And if camcoder shows live view and old recorded tapes in its eye piece view finder but does not show any thing in LCD the its problem of broekn/ cracked flexible wire between lcd board and main board of camcorder.
Let me know your finding with bit detail to provide you solution/ helpful info.
You need to purchase a device that converts analog video to digital. It looks like a little box (or cable) with video and audio inputs on one side and a USB or firewire connector on the other. There are lots of choices and prices depending on whether you want to edit the video or just view it on your computer.
By the way, don't be confused by those set top boxes that convert Digital TV signals to your old TV because of the February change in broadcast standards. That's completely a different issue.
It's the disc not the camera......I purchased a 3 pack of Sony DVD-R discs. I put the first disc in and it recorded once. The next time I tried to record I got the message "movie recording disabled". After calling Sony, searching online, resetting the camera and reading through the manual I replaced the disc with another from the 3 pack and it is recording just fine. I read that recording straight to DVD has many problems, and I believe this is one of them. SONY SUCKS!!!!!