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JVC Everio HDD Camcorder Video Instructions


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I am posting this because it seems to come up alot in the forums that I frequent about macs and video.

I have dtailed how to

1. connect the JVC Everio Hard Drive camcorder to your mac via the included USB cable
2. how to open the hard drive,
3. locate the video files,
4. move them to your desired drive,
5. convert them to dv,
6. import them to iMovie, \
7. basic editing,
8. and export them as a .mp4 or other file format.

this video is about 120 MB, but I wanted the quality to be good enough for you to know exactly what I was doing.

This link should just start letting you download it, if there are issues, let me know.

http://www.simplesurvivalmoves.com/J...structions.mp4

Thanks, and best of luck,

Brian
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You can convert the .mod files from your camcorder to .dv using mpeg stream clip from squared5.com
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You can convert the .mod files from your camcorder to .dv using mpeg stream clip from squared5.com
I'm aware, thanks, I just made this because a lot of people post in here with questions about it.

I made the video to show them exactly how to do it, more for the newbie.

Brian
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