11-13-2008 11:35 PM
11-14-2008 11:13 AM
This may be a little bit late, but Im not a big fan of the programs you mentioned. When you plug in your camera, it may prompt an autoplay dialog if you want to make a movie with Windows Movie Maker. I reccomend YES, because of its straighforward simplicity and ease of use for all kinds of computer users, be it a novice or an expert.
Remember, just because it includes software does not mean you have to use it in order to get something to work and burn a DVD (Well except for driver installation, but most Camcorders (digital) come up as Mass Storage Devices so its not that bad)
11-14-2008 01:34 PM
11-14-2008 03:07 PM
It would be very difficult to trouble shoot your issue without knowing exactly what camcorder you purchased, the operating system you are using, the resolution that the video is shot in, and the output you are trying to record the video too. I do know that most JVC camcorders come with editing software called Cyberlink BD, and this software should work to edit and record videos to the desired format. I would like to try and help you to get this to work for you so I am sending you a private message.
Thanks for posting,
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11-16-2008 08:36 PM
Yeah, it seems as much as these companies advertise ease of use for burning movies, I never found a good one except Ulead Movie Factory. I used Adobe premier and Sony Vegas but even with a dual core 3.0ghz 3GB DDR2 and 8800GT they just dont run fast and are hard to work with.
Ulead isnt GREAT but its the one I clicked with.