I am having no problems recording video to the DVD in the camera. I have out of town family and would love to be able to email my video clips to them. How do I do this? How do I get the video from the camera to the computer? I have been able to watch the video on my computer, but not save it to email it.
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Re: saving video to your computer
You would normally get a cd with the camera with the driver and any software for transfering and capturing video on, but if you have'nt you can use Windows Movie Maker.
Assuming you are on XP, this can be found on strat>all programmes>accesories>windows movie maker.
From within this easy to use programme you can import video straight from you camera, you then choose which frames to use by dragging down to the bottom timeline, and then the programme will ask what you wish to do with the movie, be it for e-mailing or web and will compress the file automatically and when you have clicked finish video ask if you wish to email it directly from the programme or save to your pc.
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You can recoverlost photos,videos from memory card or memory stick of your camcorder withthis 1. Do not save any new photos and videos into the memory card or memory stick. 2. Connect the memory card or memory stick with computer. You should see itshown as a drive letter (like H:) in My Computer. 3. Download memorystick recovery software, recommended one is Tenorshare Data Recovery(simply because i was using it and it worked) http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/datarecoverystandard.htm 4. Install and open the program, select your memory drive, and click 'Start'button to start scanning process which will find your lost photos and videos.
Unfortunately, only video and/or pictures from your (SD Memory) Card can be transferred (via the USB cable) to your computer. Video/pictures from a disk is not accessible to your computer. So, you may wish to try to playback the video (on the camcorder) with the output to a DVD recorder (using the AV cables from the camcorder to the DVD recorder or a VCR recorder). This assumes you have a DVD recorder (or VCR recorder) that will take the RGB input from the camcorder. Connect it up just like you're viewing the playback on a TV monitor.
Hello Ron, Well that is like you say an old camera, mind you 8mm is still far the best and safest way to store your valued films as it has kept the data on those tapes longer than any DVD ever did, remember unlike we thought 10 years ago a DVD only has around 8 to 10 years life span, we are finding CD & DVD productions that are over 8 years old just wont play any longer. Kodak put a report on the net 7 years ago that they found even some quite costly DVD recorded media had gone blank and refused to play after a very short time in storage. I think you ought to look around Ebay, find a nice HI8 digital camera, put your loved tapes in that, plug the new Firewire cable into the camera, and your PC and download your treasured items to another media like DVD. Keep your 8mm tapes in a draw safe though because they will out-live all DVD recordings I can honestly say that. David
I have to agree with XELIAM regarding finishing the disk, under the DVD "FUNCTIONS" selection from the remote. I also use the SLYSOFT products to transfer my videos to what ever other mode of video I wish to have, whether iPOD (MP4), or DIVX (AVI) or loads of other options. Slysoft makes a GREAT product
Not only you. A lot of people have same issue.I have read a lot of questions and answers,forum about JVC software Power cinema ...etc... ( go to www.videoforums.co.uk/general-sofware-problem/12080-jvc-everio-sofware.html ).Headache.That sofware from JVC is a scrap.
Buy a DVD Recorder ( cheap one ) . Record directly from your Camcorder on Replay mode. That is my way.It is good.
Please tell all of your friends,family , co-workers never buy any products from JVC again. NEVER all your life.
You will have download your analog video to the computer by accessing the utility on the computer programs. Make sure you select the NTSC format on the computer then upload the video to DVD recording. If our camera has S-video output, use this for better resolution