I have a NV-GS8/11. Very nice Title camera. I would like to send the video to my computer. I forgot software DV Studio 3.1E-SE at home at europa. Does anyone know where I can get it?
Also, will I need USB driver. i have windows vista home premium
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Disconnect the camera from computer, remove any software that might have installed and restart the computer.
Go to Panasonic's website and download the latest software that matches your camera model and operating system.
Install all of the software and don't connect the camera until the software asks you to or after you have completed the software installation.
Go into menu and look for AV/DV out, and turn on. this should be under menu under camera or video settings. I assume your output from your camera has not been established. I have to establish mine with my camcorder. hope this helps.
1. The software is not required - if you have Windows Movie Maker that will work just as well.
2. It does require the DV (firewire) connection. USB connection creates a master-slave interface for "copy and pasting" or transferring low-frame video content (web-cam) or significantly compressed video w/ special drivers. This camcorder records digitally and requires a digital to digital peer-to-peer interface which the firewire connection allows for.
3. For those looking for Vista USB drivers - there are none from the manufacturer. Vista and XP have adequate native drivers for plug and play - camcorder should work just by plugging it in. If it's not recognizing, it could be a number of things:
-bent or broken USB pins
-inactive USB controller
-erroneous system drivers for USB
-camcorder is not plugged into AC power or is not on
-hotsync manager software from cellphones and PDA interference.