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How to format memory desk to view on Laptop

Can I format recorded on JVC GZ Video Cam SD card to view on laptob Toshiba running with Windows 7 Prof. regards Johan

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EVERIOS have an internal menu option to FORMAT HDD (If applicable)

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Hi .Just click on Menu-button, then with joy-stick (on left side of cam-monitor)go up tu "Rec Media for Video"...then you push joy-stik to the right...and then you see 2 lines media types -HDD and SD....again with joy-stick you push to up side (where is HDD )...and then again push joy-stick to center( to select the recording media type)...and your cam is ready to rec on HDD

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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First of all, check the lock button on the side of your sd card to make sure it's not in the lock position. If it's unlocked and you still cannot format the card, you can always format it on your computer via usb.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: "please insert memory card in GZ-MG130U CAMACORDER

You need to tell it in the settings menu that you want to record to the hard drive instead of the SD card.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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Hi,
JVC GZ-MG21U camcorder hardware does support maximum 2GB SD Card and more than 2GB memory card will not accepted by camcorder hardware.
Your 16GB and 4GB SD Cards are just fine but are not compatible with this particular camcorder and GZ-MG21U is also just fine and needs up to 2GB or less SD memory card.
It is just compatibility issue. Click JVC Support link to download user manual copy of GZ-MG21U and check page-67 of manual for memory card info.
Hope this info will help you.
Thanks.

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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SOURCE: I put in a sd memory card from my laptob but, it

you need to make sure that the SD card is compatible with the camcorder. Some camcorders can only read SD cards, and not SDHC cards.

Hope this helps!

Tom

Posted on Jul 22, 2011

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What does it mean when I get a message that says "please insert memory card" on my JVC Everio GZ-MG21U?


Make sure you're using an SD card, not a higher-capacity SDHC card. The GZ-MG21U works with SD cards, not with SDHC cards.

Sep 24, 2012 | JVC Everio GZ-MG21 Camcorder

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MOD Files on Mac OS, How to Play Camcorder MOD Files on Mac


Similar to TOD, MOD is a kind of recording format being used in digital tapeless camcorder like JVC, Panasonic, Canon. MOD video format is comparable to XDCAM EX, HDV and AVCHD.

MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files, while TOD is used for high definition files. Both MOD and TOD are file-based formats that are stored on a random-access media. Directory structure and naming convention are identical except for extensions of media files. Standard definition video is stored in MPEG program stream container files with MOD extension; in most other systems these files have extension MPG or MPEG.

The following list is about JVC, Panasonic, and Canon MOD camcorders.
JVC MOD camcorders
* 2004: GZ-MC100 (SD), GZ-MC200 (SD)
* 2005: GZ-MG30 (HDD), GZ-MG70 (HDD)
* 2006: GZ-MG37 (HDD), GZ-MG77 (HDD), GZ-MG505 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2007: GZ-MG130 (HDD), GZ-MG155 (HDD), GZ-MG255 (HDD), GZ-MG555 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: GZ-MS100U (SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: GZ-MG7230 (30 GB HDD, MicroSD)
* 2009: GZ-MG630 (60 GB HDD, MicroSD), GZ-MG670 (80 GB HDD, MicroSD), GZ-MG680 (120 GB HDD, MicroSD)
Panasonic MOD camcorders
* 2003: SV-AV100 (SD card)
* 2005: SDR-S100 (SD card)
* 2006: SDR-S150 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2007: SDR-S10 (SD/SDHC card), SDR-H18 (HDD, SD card), SDR-H200 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-H20 (HDD, SD/SDHC card), SDR-H60 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-S7 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-SW20 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2009: SDR-SW21 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2009: SDR-S26 (SD/SDHC card)
Canon MOD Camcorders
* 2008: FS100 (SDHC), FS10 (SDHC), FS11 (SDHC)
* 2009: FS200 (SDHC), FS21 (SDHC), FS22 (SDHC)
For Mac users, when they want to watch MOD files shot by JVC, Panasonic, Canon camcorder with iPad, iPhones, iPods, in Quicktime, in iMovie, in iTunes, or on PCs, etc. They may be annoyed that how to upload MOD files to Mac and play MOD video on Mac OS.

Now, there are tutorial and guide for you below will help you solve these problems.

1. Connect your JVC, Panansonic, or Canon camcorder to your Macs or PCs with cable USB or Wifi.
2. Turn on your camera and select the mode of camcorder like PC mode. iMovie on Mac will open automatically the Import Window.
3. You can review your video or select "Import All"and select your JVC, Panasonic, or Canon camcorder on the computer screen and click "OK."
4. All camcorder MOD videos will have the file extension "MOD" Once the backup is complete, then close the program.

After uploading your camcorder MOD files to your PC or Mac, you can use
a MOD Video Converter for Mac to convert MOD files to Mac firstly, and then you can play JVC, Panasonic, or Canon MOD files on Mac. More information about how to convert MOD files on Mac and edit MOD files on MacOS you can click here.

on Sep 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How to Upload/Put and Play JVC, Panasonic, Canon Camcorder MOD Files on Mac


Similar to TOD, MOD is a kind of recording format being used in digital tapeless camcorder like JVC, Panasonic, Canon. MOD video format is comparable to XDCAM EX, HDV and AVCHD.

MOD is used exclusively for standard definition video files, while TOD is used for high definition files. Both MOD and TOD are file-based formats that are stored on a random-access media. Directory structure and naming convention are identical except for extensions of media files. Standard definition video is stored in MPEG program stream container files with MOD extension; in most other systems these files have extension MPG or MPEG.

The following list is about JVC, Panasonic, and Canon MOD camcorders.

JVC MOD camcorders
* 2004: GZ-MC100 (SD), GZ-MC200 (SD)
* 2005: GZ-MG30 (HDD), GZ-MG70 (HDD)
* 2006: GZ-MG37 (HDD), GZ-MG77 (HDD), GZ-MG505 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2007: GZ-MG130 (HDD), GZ-MG155 (HDD), GZ-MG255 (HDD), GZ-MG555 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: GZ-MS100U (SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: GZ-MG7230 (30 GB HDD, MicroSD)
* 2009: GZ-MG630 (60 GB HDD, MicroSD), GZ-MG670 (80 GB HDD, MicroSD), GZ-MG680 (120 GB HDD, MicroSD)

Panasonic MOD camcorders
* 2003: SV-AV100 (SD card)
* 2005: SDR-S100 (SD card)
* 2006: SDR-S150 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2007: SDR-S10 (SD/SDHC card), SDR-H18 (HDD, SD card), SDR-H200 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-H20 (HDD, SD/SDHC card), SDR-H60 (HDD, SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-S7 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2008: SDR-SW20 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2009: SDR-SW21 (SD/SDHC card)
* 2009: SDR-S26 (SD/SDHC card)

Canon MOD Camcorders
* 2008: FS100 (SDHC), FS10 (SDHC), FS11 (SDHC)
* 2009: FS200 (SDHC), FS21 (SDHC), FS22 (SDHC)

For Mac users, when they want to watch MOD files shot by JVC, Panasonic, Canon camcorder with iPad, iPhones, iPods, in Quicktime, in iMovie, in iTunes, or on PCs, etc. They may be annoyed that how to upload MOD files to Mac and play MOD video on Mac OS.

Now, there are tutorial and guide for you below will help you solve these problems.

1. Connect your JVC, Panansonic, or Canon camcorder to your Macs or PCs with cable USB or Wifi.
2. Turn on your camera and select the mode of camcorder like PC mode. iMovie on Mac will open automatically the Import Window.
3. You can review your video or select "Import All"and select your JVC, Panasonic, or Canon camcorder on the computer screen and click "OK."
4. All camcorder MOD videos will have the file extension "MOD" Once the backup is complete, then close the program.

After uploading your camcorder MOD files to your PC or Mac, you can use a MOD Video Converter for Mac to convert MOD files to Mac firstly, and then you can play JVC, Panasonic, or Canon MOD files on Mac. More information about how to convert MOD files on Mac and edit MOD files on MacOS you can click here.

on Aug 12, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Do i need a memory card to record..


No you do not need a memory card to record. The JVC Everio GZ-MG130 is a hard disk drive camcorder with a built-in 30 gigabyte hard drive to record to. You can, however, use an SD memory card if you want to add additional space to save your videos and pictures to.

Jul 07, 2011 | JVC Everio GZ-MG130 Camcorder

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Sd card will not record


I think you need to set first the settings of video capturing while recording. you need to set it to MEMORY. if not working...try to format your SDcard using FAT32...takenote must sure that you format your memory into FA32 partition. or else your SD slot on your cam is deffective..you must bring it to service center of JVC...satified? if you done and o.. just mail me at jeff_tope@yahoo.com

Feb 16, 2011 | JVC Everio GZ-MG130 Camcorder

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I have a JVC Digital video camera model GR-DV500U I'm trying to connect to my computer with a dv cable. my computer handles the 6 pin but the 4 pin for the camcorder is to large for the connection. Can't...


I presume that you are using desk top computer, thus it has bigger connector. Solution, have find this connector so that one end fit to your cam and the other end fits to your PC. This connector have the same format(protocol) and easy to find in computer store. USB streaming is ok for this model for earlier windows OS, haven't try with windows 7 yet. hope it helps

Feb 26, 2010 | JVC Cybercam GR-DV500US Mini DV Digital...

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Hi i cant find out what the maximum size micro sd card i can use in my jvc evario gz-mg365


The official line from JVC is

To record video, a microSDHC card with Class 4 or higher performance is required. microSD memory cards (256MB to 2GB) and microSDHC memory cards (4GB) have been tested for the following brands: Panasonic, Toshiba, SanDisk, ATP. No others have been officially tested and can therefore be guarenteed to work

Oct 01, 2009 | JVC Everio GZ-MG365 HDD Camcorder

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"please insert memory card in GZ-MG130U CAMACORDER


Hi there.
The hard drive will be full so you will need to transfer all your videos to your PC then format the hard drive in the camera's menu, make sure the SD card is removed before you format it.

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

Mar 16, 2009 | JVC GZ-MG130U Camcorder

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Memory format problem


First of all, check the lock button on the side of your sd card to make sure it's not in the lock position. If it's unlocked and you still cannot format the card, you can always format it on your computer via usb.

Oct 27, 2008 | JVC Video Cameras

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Help me


Hi .Just click on Menu-button, then with joy-stick (on left side of cam-monitor)go up tu "Rec Media for Video"...then you push joy-stik to the right...and then you see 2 lines media types -HDD and SD....again with joy-stick you push to up side (where is HDD )...and then again push joy-stick to center( to select the recording media type)...and your cam is ready to rec on HDD

Jul 09, 2008 | JVC Everio GZ-MG130 Camcorder

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