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Importing Everio Video files


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I have a JVC everio HD and when i go to media import in Easy creator 9 it is not recognizing any video files in the media import window. It does recognize photo files though. Am going nuts trying to work this out. Can anyone on this planet help me please??

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I have a JVC everio HD and when i go to media import in Easy creator 9 it is not recognizing any video files in the media import window. It does recognize photo files though. Am going nuts trying to work this out. Can anyone on this planet help me please??

 

Lots of hits, in the Search box, on JVC's non-standard file structure. You may find some help in some of these posts:

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...lite=JVC+everio

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Lots of hits, in the Search box, on JVC's non-standard file structure. You may find some help in some of these posts:

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...lite=JVC+everio

 

Also for some online help, you can read this (link) You may still have some problems with audio though. It is best to use the software that came with the camera to convert the MOD to AVI or mpg and then put the file in VideoWave.

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I have a JVC everio HD and when i go to media import in Easy creator 9 it is not recognizing any video files in the media import window. It does recognize photo files though. Am going nuts trying to work this out. Can anyone on this planet help me please??

 

I too have a JVC Enverio Camcorder. I'm assuming that video files it produces are .MOD. My suggestion is to change the file extension from MOD to MPG. Videowave should recognize that!

 

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I too have a JVC Enverio Camcorder. I'm assuming that video files it produces are .MOD. My suggestion is to change the file extension from MOD to MPG. Videowave should recognize that!

 

Milt

 

This thread has been dead for almost 2 years. It is doubtful that the original poster will see your response, since he/she hasn't visited the forums in almost 2 years. ;)

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