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Problem with my new jvc

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by andru, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. andru

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    I have just had my jvc recorder it looks great and all seems to work ok.I have one problem,that is when i connect my analog camcorder to it via a/v out to 2 plugs and connect it to the recorder to the video in and left audio all i get on my tv is a garbled mess of colours and i can bearly make out a picture or sound.Would this be a tv setup problem or the dvd setup?

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    its ok i have sorted out that little prob.Now i i have copied a full tape onto dvd-r formatted in VR mode when i put it in my computer it says windows cannot see this type of file system.How do i get it from my dvd-r onto the computer to edit and then back onto a dvd

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    Sounds like you need a UDF 2.0 driver. Windows XP supports it natively, but for earlier versions you could try installing the Panasonic dvd-ram drivers from http://panasonic.jp/dvdram/english/
     
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    Would i have to use this driver even though i am trying to get a dvd-rw to work?I have a panasonic multiburner on my computer so i gues it would do no harm.
     
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    I think you only need the UDF 2.0 filesystem driver part of this download, but you'll need to install the whole package. Why don't you just try it?
     
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    Hi

    Both DVD-RW and DVD-RAM use the same newer UDF file system.

    You could try these following readers, the Panasonic drivers I think stop you from installing them unless it finds a Panasonic DVD_RAM writer in the PC.

    http://www.softarch.com/pioneer/readdvd.html

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    Download InstantRead from http://www.pinnaclesys.com/docsuppo...id=2&product_id=1154&product_name=&page_id=62

    Also see the thread at the top of this forum for more information about using VR mode discs in computers for editing etc.

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