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When I plug my jvc gr hd1u into my laptop to import the video it recognizes the camera, it will allow me to rewind and play the video from the program I am using but the image in black ( windows import and windows movie maker does this), I tried importing it via power director 6 and it says "you cannot use the capture function because the iLINK mode on the HDV machine in not identical to the recorded format on the tape.please check the tape status or make sure the contents of the tape if HDV format and then reconnect the iLINK again." I am use a brand new mini DV tape. what should I do?

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Hi, forgive me if I'm telling you something you already know but if you shot video in DV mode then the iLink switch on the camera has to be set to DV. If you shot video in SD or HD mode then it must be set to MPEG2.

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