I am trying to record from a Aqua-Vu underwater camera to the NV-GS11GN, When I hook up the camera I can see what the underwater camera sees but I cannot record anything, When I switch it to record it makes the underwater camera flicker and wont record, any advice
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For SP1, please use micro SD card up to 32 GB that is class 10 if you want to record 1080p HD video. If you are using a class 10 card and you still cannot view your video, please be sure that you have the H.264 video codec in the video player software in your computer. Also, be sure your computer is compatible with HD video. It should be running either Windows 7 or 8 if it's a PC or OS 10 or higher if it's a Mac. If you are using a class 10 card, have H.264 codec and compatible OS on your computer and still cannot see video, then the camera may be recording corrupted video files in which case, please contact Intova directly by email: [email protected] or call us at 808-837-0074 for customer service/warranty coverage. Thanks
Did you try inserting the micro SD card into the PC? You can buy a micro SD to SD adapter then just get an SD to USB drive to easily move files between micro SD and PC assuming the USB cable isn't working for whatever reason
i figgured out how to fix it. i was having the same prob. so i cut the male conector part off the the camera cord and cut like 4" of the black cord part off to expose the wires. there will be 4 colored wires and 1 bare wire cut the bare wire off as close as you can to where you stripped off the black part, then expose the top inch of each color wire. OK now open up the back of the monitor, take the black female connector off you dont need it. you will see a 4 prong female connector part inside cut that off too, then conect the wires black - black / yellow - white / red - orange (i think it was orange) / blue - green . it sounds kinda complicated, but really easy, and now it works great! make sure you use electrical tape or something over bare wires