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Old March 14th 10, 01:51 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
Peter Brown
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Default JVC GR-D72

Bought a used JVC GR-D72 in order to use the "passthrough" feature mentioned
in many revies to convert my old analog vidoes to digital. I have spent two
weeks trying without success--any help would be appreciated. I am able to
capture video played from a digital tape into Windows MovieMaker using
firewire (Vista) but no luck with passthrough.

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Old March 14th 10, 07:16 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
PapaJohn
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Default JVC GR-D72

On my Sony camcorder 'pass-thru' or 'DV-in' wasn't enabled by default. I had
to go into the camcorder menu and turn it on.

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"Peter Brown" wrote in message
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Bought a used JVC GR-D72 in order to use the "passthrough" feature
mentioned in many revies to convert my old analog vidoes to digital. I
have spent two weeks trying without success--any help would be
appreciated. I am able to capture video played from a digital tape into
Windows MovieMaker using firewire (Vista) but no luck with passthrough.



 




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