Capturing Video to a Memory Card

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      I have a JVC HD100U which I bought, of course, just before they did away with tape.  There is a firewire port on the camera.  What I want to know is there a device which will allow me to capture through the firewire directly to a memory card as opposed to using tape.  The problem is I don't have an HD deck and there are no drivers anymore, according to JVC, to allow me to download through any capturing software.  So I thought if I could capture to a card then I could remove the card, put it into my computer and dump the video to the hard drive that way.

       

      Any help would be appreciated.

    • #211178
      Avatarmcrockett
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      Can you no longer capture from your camera using Windows Movie Maker, or as I believe they call it now, Windows Movie Studio?

    • #211187
      AvatarBruceMol
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      I use a datavideo dn-60 on my firewire enabled tape camera. This magazine did a review on them. It records to cf cards.

    • #211193
      Avatarrs170a
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      Thanks for the info BruceMol. I'm always glad to admit that I was mistaken.

       

      Mike

    • #211184
      Avatarrs170a
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      I have friends who used to own that camera and I don't think there's any way of doing what you want to do.

      You can try posting this question on the JVC users forum at

      http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/jvc-gy-hd-series-camera-systems/ and see if any users there have suggestions for you.

       

      JVC did make the MR-HD100, a 100 GB. hard disk recorder for that camera.

      There's also the Focus Enhancements Firestore FS-4 Pro HD hard disk recorder.

      Neither of these are made any longer so Ebay is your only resort.

      Good luck!!

       

      Mike

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