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Condensation operation paused
Remove power from the camera. I remove the battery as well. In the back of where the tapes go, on the left side is a silver component. It's just behind a metal roller that hangs down from a plastic piece over the head. If you look behind the roller diagonally across where the tape goes, you can see a black square on the right side of the silver component. Clean this (gently!) with a moist cotton swab. The swap should get a bit of black gunk off. I'd recommend cleaning it with a dry swab next to remove any moisture. Wait a minute or so to be sure it's dry. Then re-apply power. You should not see a false condensation message for a long time.
you can't do that, you need converting software such as, Adobe Premiere or Pinnacle or something similar that will allow you to download the vob and make your own movie to burn onto a larger dvd.
Sony hdr-hc7 camcorder. lcd screen
I'm looking for answer too. I have the same problem. Mine still work/stop scrolling when the LCD is flipped out and closed to the body.
Play back on jvc video movie GR-A1E distorted
It is possible that the heads in your JVC video camera need cleaning, especially if the playback picture looks distorted and similar to a VHS tape played on a player with dirty heads. Dirty or worn-out heads can cause playback issues, including poor picture quality, distorted images, and tracking problems.
To clean the heads in your JVC video camera, you can try the following steps:
- Purchase a head cleaning cassette: You can find head cleaning cassettes online or in electronics stores. Make sure to get one that is compatible with your JVC video camera.
- Insert the cleaning cassette: Open the tape compartment on your JVC video camera and insert the head cleaning cassette. Close the tape compartment.
- Run the cleaning tape: Press the play button on your JVC video camera to run the cleaning tape. The cleaning tape will clean the video heads as it plays.
- Eject the cleaning tape: Once the cleaning tape has finished playing, eject it from your JVC video camera.
- Test your tapes: Try playing your tapes again to see if the picture quality has improved.
If cleaning the heads does not solve the problem, it is possible that there is a more serious issue with your JVC video camera.
3/18/2023 9:07:17 PM •
on Mar 18, 2023
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