Connect A JVC GR D31 Camcorder to a Computer Via USB 2
How do I connect my Camcorder to my Computer As I do Not have a Fire Wire Port on the computer. Only USB 2.
Is there a DAta cable Suitable for My JVC GR D31 Camcorder that has a UsB connection at one end instead of Fire Wire.
Re: Connect A JVC GR D31 Camcorder to a Computer Via USB...
Well I'm afraid not the cable don't not come in such of a way either cause they are different type of cable, but what u can do is buy an external fire wire card for yr PC it comes in PCI format for yr desktop PC. because camcorder in these days do not use USB cables due to the cause that fire wire cable is much faster than the USB ones.
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Drivers are not usually needed. Connect the camcorder to your PC with a firewire lead (preferred) or possibly a usb lead ( some camcorders only transfer still images via usb). Fire up your video editing software to capture the video from the camcorder to the PC.
Turn the power switch on your camcorder to "Off." Connect the USB cable that came with the camcorder to the USB port on the camcorder. If you are using the DV cable, connect one end of the cable to the computer first. Put the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer. If you are using the DV cable, connect it to the camcorder. Power on your camcorder. Wait while your computer recognizes the attached JVC GR-D270U camcorder. Typically you will get a pop-up on your screen asking how you want to proceed once the camcorder has been recognized. Open your video editing software, such as Adobe Premiere, Roxie, iMovie or Windows Movie Maker. Import, or capture, the video from the camcorder to your computer using the video editing software. For example, in iMovie you click on "File," then "Import from Camera" to download the movie from your camcorder to the computer.
Nope, that camera only has S-Video and composite video outputs. IEEE1394 is also known as firewire. Newer camcorders will connect via firewire. You will need a video capture card for your computer. Either an internal card or a USB version. Then you can record the video onto your computer.
You are mentioning that you are trying to transfer video though USB port, that is not possible, you have to connect the to the pc through the DV port from the camera to the Firewire port of
the PC, if your PC doesnt have a Fire wire port, install a IEEE1394
firewire card in one of your PCI slots.
you have not mentioned which model JVC camera you have bought, any ways, if it has with both memory card and minidv cassette facility, then you require a fire wire card to transfer cassette contents, and for stills on card insert the card to the slot and then connect it to the computer through USB cable, then the computer will recognise your camera.
Hi guys, I have a JVC gr-d270. the CD came along with it is useless.
my computer cannot detect the video cam hrough USB. I have to transfer
my videos to my computer. Can anybody help me with the driver atleast.
Im using windowsXP sp 2. Thanks