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Video transfer from Panasonic NV-GS 11 camcoder

by snehi / December 8, 2004 2:45 PM PST

I am not able to transfer video. Supplied USB cable and DV studio software offers only still picture transfer. Please suggest how I should be able to transfer Video.

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Video transfer from Panasonic NV-GS 11 camcoder
by GaryMason / January 2, 2005 4:02 AM PST

I've uncovered the same problem.

You need to connect your DV socket (the one next to the USB ) via firewire to your PC. If you don't have one on your PC you'll need to install a firewire card - you should be able to get one for

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Video transfer from Panasonic NV-GS 11 camcoder
by paulturton / February 25, 2005 4:59 AM PST

This problem can be overcome (within XP) by setting up the camera and connecting to the PC as if using as a web camera with the USB cable provided (details contained in the user guide), but for one difference..... not select record but instead select playback.

Using Microsoft Movie Maker will now allow you to access and import images directly from your camcorder using play.

Knowledge of the camcorder and Microsoft's Video software are assumed.

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