Question about JVC GR-AX230 Camcorder
SOURCE: BURN HOME VIDEO TO DVD
Assuming that your camera is not equipped to interface directly with your PC, here are the steps to take to get your videos from VHS to DVD:
- Purchase a video capture device.
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- After setting the device up, use the bundled software to convert the video file into DVD format and then burn to disc, using your favorite burnig software. Be sure that it is burning in the VIDEO_TS/AUDIO_TS format and not just copying the .avi to the DVD.
If you would like for me to elaborate on anyt of these instructions, please don't hesitate to contact me directly at [email protected]. Good luck and, again, let me know if there's anything else I can do. I think you'll be just fine though as this process is fairly straightforward...just time-consuming.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
i'm sorry i dont have a suggestion, but i do have a problem with the focus on my camcorder everything works except the picture on it. and i've bought the vhs-c vcr converter tape to go with it. i would like a manual for it and cant seem to find the right sight to print off a manual
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
Yes you can. You may need to purchase a capture card though. So that your computer can capture video from the camera. You can get the capture cards for as little as 20$ Just google capture cards and start reading. There is tons of info out there and they are very popular for things like this and capturing from the tv etc...
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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