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Transfering from jvc-hd7 to computer

Hi i am having trouble transfering from the camcorder my computer.
I can watch things on the computer when my camcorder is pluged in via the USB however when i try saving to the computer movies are saved in a .mov format which my computer cannot read.
How can i over come this problem. Any help much appreciated

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You should be getting .tod files, not .mov files. The resulting files are of the type MOVxxx.tod, where xxx is a hexidecimal number. You then convert the .tod files (for PC's only) to .mpg files with the Cyberlink PowerDirector software that came with your camera (on the CD).

Hope this helps.

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