cut and edit JVC Everio HDD cam videos
sebastian.spiess at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 13:46:28 BST 2008
Matthew Rossi wrote:
> I wouldn't know as i've never used one of those cameras. I don't really
> like the JVC camcorders because it uses a strange video codec for it's
> recordings. Good luck.
> On Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 9:25 PM, Sebastian Spiess
> <sebastian.spiess at gmail.com <mailto:sebastian.spiess at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi all,
> the last couple of weeks a fried was with us. She brought a JVC
> Everio GZ-MG67E.
> She did some serious filing over the weeks and before she left I
> connected the camcorder to my ubuntu hardy. It was soon
> mounted as a storage device and I could browse the folders on the cam.
> I found the video files (.mod) and was able to play them in totem
> right away although ubuntu recognised them as "Amiga
> SoundTracker Audio" files. See here for a screen shot of the file
> listing in case it matters
> So the playback works with sound _but_ fast forward and backward
> will cause totem to produce error messages.
> My main objective now is to condense the clips in one movie I can
> put down on DVD and play in a normal DVD player.
> Which sotware can you recommend to do this. Some years back I used
> the Windows Movie Maker for some DV-camcorder action and
> it did all I needed despite is was a MS thing so I am looking for
> something similar simple but free.
> I did some search and found this  kino forum post, so did anyone
> have the same problems with the JVC mod files?
> Any help is appreciated
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I installed kino 1.3.1 from getdeb but it would not import the video files... :-(
any help is appreciated
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