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connecting my JVC Gr-DVL150 Camcorder to PC.

by johnhunting / November 21, 2009 4:47 AM PST

I want to transfer my video tapes from the above camcorder to my Vista PC. I understand that I need a iLink/Dv out(4 to 6 pin)cable,but my pc does not have a 6 pin connection point.Is there such a thing as an adapter to plug into a USB port to connect a 6point cable into? OR what else can you suggest to overcome my problem.Help Please.

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connecting my JVC Gr-DVL150 Camcorder to brand new HP i7 lap
by colinjaxon / March 28, 2011 11:12 PM PDT

here i am in 2011 with same problem. I was sold igrabber hardware but my system cant find the drivers etc. what did you end up doing?

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igrabber is new to me
by Pepe7 / March 29, 2011 2:43 AM PDT

To be honest, you will get better help with your issue if you post this in the camcorder forum. There are some really helpful folks there.

That said, I do not believe you can use USB for (directly) transferring/capturing footage from that particular camcorder model. You will need to use firewire AFAIK. This unfortunately means having the appropriate connections on a laptop or desktop.

If igrabber is what I think it is, you might encounter small issues getting it to work properly with Vista or W7. Of course, YMMV.

edit: I do see their site gives a W7 driver to download. Sounds good. Here's a link-
http://www.mygica.com/download.asp

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