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Jvc Mod File Video Format


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Hi

 

Does Creator 2009 import JVC "mod" video files from either the camera directly or from files already copied from the camera to the computer hard disk.

 

EMC 10 does not offer this support. The JVC mod files need to be renamed to mpg so that EMC10 "recognises" them, however wide screen (16x9) JVC files imported using the rename method does not allow the proper wide screen format. The renamed images are imported and displayed in the 4:3 format.

 

regards

 

Peter

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I haven't tested that out yet, but if you go back to EMC 10 A/V Capture forum, there is a pinned topic on JVC importing. There is a freeware app called SDCopy that will transfer the JVC files, rename the files with the date created AND fix the 16:9 flag all in one step. It does work.

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I haven't tested that out yet, but if you go back to EMC 10 A/V Capture forum, there is a pinned topic on JVC importing. There is a freeware app called SDCopy that will transfer the JVC files, rename the files with the date created AND fix the 16:9 flag all in one step. It does work.

 

Thanks for the info. SDcopy is copying 1725 video clips as I write this mesage. (my sister in law's new camera and her video clips).

 

I thought I had seen that reference to SDcopy here somewhere.

 

Interestingly a search from the Roxio main page returns no results!...on All Forums for JVC or MOD returns no results!

 

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...and a search in the discussion groups - All Forums - also retruns ZERO results...

 

Search ResultsYou searched for: JVC

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Try broadening the search parameters by searching by different keywords or altering the format of your search.

Remember to use the wildcard '*' to increase the number of matches. Apple* will match 'apple' and 'apples'.

 

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Searching for everio or sdcopy returns a number of hits.

 

kind regards

 

Peter

 

 

 

 

 

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