Question about JVC Video Cameras
Hi The GR-DVL305 should have come with a composite AV cable (a 3.5mm jack to 3 RCA plugs). On the VCR you would need a composite input or possibly a scart input. If you have a scart input you would need a convertor from RCA to Scart (available from Amazon etc.). If you want to connect the camcorder to the Mac it would depend on what Mac. Your Mac may have a FireWire input. If so you can but a firewire cable to connect the JVC to the Mac, but and it's a big but (!) Firewire is not a plug and play system like USB. You will also need software on the Mac that can take the analogue signal from the camcorder and convert it to digital. Hope that helps.
Posted on Jan 24, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
SOURCE: my camcorder
If the camcorder can be connected to the computer there is big posibility that can be downloaded,
Install all the enclosed softwares into the computer and then connect the camcorder, REfer to the user manual regarding the copying of video to the computer. http://books.jvcservice.com/booklist.asp?Model=GR-SXM37US
and the software please refer here:
may this help!
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
This model is not supporting with pc when you play cassette only it is supporting with memory stick
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
You don't have to have the software that came with your camera. There are many video capture programs out there. I use Nero Express, but Movie Maker might work too.
I have been unable to import from my camera to my computer for three years, thinking that the problem was the camera. I would plug in the Firewire cord that came with the camera and would get nothing, even on other computers. As a last resort, I got a new Firewire cord today. As soon as I plugged it in and turned the unit to Play, the computer recognized my camera!!!! I am SO excited! When your computer recognizes the camera, it will bring up the programs on your computer that are most likely able to allow you to import the video.
The problem the entire time was the cord! The cord that came with my camera is now in the trash, and I can finally import videos!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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