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Re: How do I make a copy from a camcorder to a VCR ?
Connect audio and video outputs of the playing camcorder or the audio and video input of the recording VCR. Set the recording VCR to AUX or Line Input setting. On most JVC VCR’s we use channel 0 for AUX. (F1 or L1 will appear on the front panel). If you have another manufacturers VCR, please refer to that owners manual for the proper setting.
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Are you sure the files are transferred to the sd card. With some camcordes you can transfer files back and forth, you can only copy the to your pc... unplug and plug it in again and check if the files are still there if aren't use a sd card reader to transfer these files back to your cam. But if the files are on the sd card and your camera still doesn't read them, try recording a new movie, see where it's located, does it have a seperate folder and try doing the same with your org movie. I hope it helps. :)
The camcorder has a problem in that the heads are probably not locked in frequency. This is not an uncommon problem with older units. There are some capacitors in the circuit that controls the head speed that are defective. This allows drift in the speed of turning which will result in an uneven signal. This is not a trivial repair but the parts cost is minimal (less than $10). Look for a repair shop that works on camcorders and get an estimate. When I get these units the total cost usually runs around $150 for parts and labor. Realize that even with experience, this is a 3-4 hour job.
Older movies will do that w/out problem. newer dvds will not because of piracy protection. A way to copy vhs to dvd is hook up a dvd camcorder or digital camcorder from the output on the player to the input on the recorder and press record that should work.
f.y.i. this suggestion is nothing more than a solid maybe. Sorry it's the best i got
No, they do not fit in a VCR. First, you need to have a TV that has the three input ports on either front or back of the TV. If you do, then you will need to take the cable that comes with the camcorder, plug one end into the A/V port on the side of the camcorder plug the yellow, red and white cables into your TV. Lastly, use your TV remote to select Input or something like that.
• Windows XP
After connection is established, simply drag-and-drop files, using Windows the PC.
The DVD Camcorder appears as an external DVD-RAM drive in Windows
• Windows 98SE, ME, 2000
After connection is established, simply drag-and-drop files, using Windows PC.
The DVD Camcorder appears as two external drives such as a removable
If DVD-RAM disc, the movie files will be copied from the removable
If DVD-R disc, the movie files will be copied from the DVD drive.