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Connection problem Yes, my computer is having difficulty reading the connection to my JVC 30GB Hard Disk Drive. I am using Windows Movie Maker to import the video. I have tried the USB cable and the FireWire cable. Neither seem to be working. What else can I do? Thank you. Tessa Walter tessawalter@yahoo.com

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Bubbabear64
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SOURCE: JVC GR-DVP7 - Video to PC / Firewire Cable ... where can I get one?

Best Buy has a 6 pin to 4 pin firewire cable. You will need some software as well to copy to the hard drive such as Pinnacle Studio if you don't have on already.

Once the cable is plugged in and turned on Studio will detect the camera and run the program.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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Has anyone got a solution for this problem yet? I'm having the same issue.

Posted on Sep 16, 2008

Ciza24
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SOURCE: JVC CAMCORDER GZ-HD7U

You CAN NOT use the Firewire to capture your footage like DV or HDV camcorders. I too Have a macbook pro and use FCPS2 to edit my footage. If you want to get the footage off of the HD7u, you'll have to connect via USB2.0 and download the .TOD files and use a program to convert them. I use MPEGStreamclip. It will work with the .TOD files and convert them to a format that iMovie or FInal Cut will understand. If this is not for professional work you'll probably be fine converting the footage to the HDV standard or DV standard and not have to render in FCP to edit the footage. 
Caution... MPEG2 codec may be needed. If you have FCP or have Quicktime pro, you probably already have it other wise you can purchase it from apple for $29.99 or if you try real hard (not to hard) you can probably find it on a torrent for free.
I hope this helps your situation
Ciza

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

quang123
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SOURCE: downloading moviefiles from cam to computer so computer can read

When you bought this CAM it should come with the software install this software in your computer then you can edit whatever you want
Cheers

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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hi there,
it seems u have not installed the software onto your computer. just install the software for your camcorder with the help of a CD that u might have recieved along with the it. then plug it through USB and its ready to transfer the videos.
good luck and do not forget to rate this solution.
thanks for using FixYa

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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