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JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi

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Questions & Answers for JVC JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi

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why it say NO on the stereo recording?

asked 1 year, 8 months ago
By
cindy
on JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi
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answer 1
Probably a misprint, sure sound like stereo to me.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
By
dorro
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is there some type of light that can be attached to this camera to aid in night recording?

asked 1 year, 7 months ago
By
ginger
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answer 1
No light on the Everio GZ EX210WUS. They can be bought for the camera but it works very well in lo light, as shown like with a birthday cake.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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dorro
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Does it need a tape

asked 1 year ago
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Ash14
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answer 1
THE JVC DOES NOT NEED A TAPE
answered 10 months ago
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DVTE
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Software

One of the reviews states you can't watch you movies on Windows Media or burn ot a dvd to use in a dvd player.

How you you watch it then..i am only asking because I am not an electronic wiskid
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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KK
on JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi
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answer 1
It likely uses AVCHD as a "compressed" format--something still somewhat new. The flash memory videocam can play the format through your TV. Such burned DVDs you mention do play through Blu-Ray players, though. Thus, people do often archive (burn) their video to DVD and also may play their unedited videos from those DVDs on a Blu-Ray player: The AVCHD format is small enough to enable that. The format simply is too large and complex to play directly on DVD players--AVCHD isn't supported for them. (A similar compressed format is mp4.) As always--unless things changed recently--Windows Media Player "is behind the times" and can't play AVCHD, mp4, nor Blu-Ray.

As for editing the newer video formats, you need a pretty good PC or Mac desktop/laptop, including a Blu-Ray burner--along with newer, specialized aftermarket software that may encode (decompress/compress) the new format for editing on the computer's hard drive or SSD (solid state drive)--then burning the edited result onto a Blu-Ray. As for mere playback on a PC or laptop, such specialized 3rd-party software, for Windows proves necessary, as well. Such software no longer proves always "bundled" with Blu-Ray burner drives, intended for install in PCs, either.
answered 1 year ago
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gsnoorky
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im having trouble with the files it downloads in something called mts file format and i was wondering how do i convert this to play on a dvd disk?

i need to make dvds that will play in most dvd players. it can't even be played through windows media player or real player op system. i'm using windows 7 operating system.
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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ginger
on JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi
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answer 1
Use your PC to your advantage--point your search engine at "mts file format." (Skip the apostrophes.) The format isn't unique to JVC--Sony uses it, too. Many links pop up--some offer converter programs to convert mts to more "friendly" Windows or Mac formats. Some like-minded Youtube video demonstrations exist, too.

I don't own one of these SD card devices yet (I'm still into mini-DV)--but I'm looking to purchase a good flash-memory camcorder--JVC interests me since they use Konica/Minolta optics. They've made very good camcorders for decades--the company competes strongly with Canon, Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic. I believe that JVC may have come up with the first "megapixel" camcorder.

Finding good video editing software that will do as you desire very likely exists--it isn't free, but it should help you to edit and convert your video as you wish to produce better results--you may find it a very good investment. (Make certain that it will edit and manipulate this format.)

The program must be fairly current, at least--old mini-DV or 8mm/Hi-8 to mpeg2 software from the tape days won't work. I'd also venture to say that Windows doesn't really offer what you need. I'm given to understand that now it will edit mini-DV tape format and other legacy consumer media format, but not the highly compressed formats such as this and other AVCHD/h.264 variants.

I do undestand that Windows may be able to burn certain types of AVCHD to DVD (not Blu-Ray), but it can't edit them--in a sense, the burned DVD really is an unedited archive-copy that will (given that the format is supported) play directly on a Blu-Ray player or a Sony Playstation 3.

For edited creation from today's flash camcorders (certainly including HD Blu-Ray), you must lighten your wallet, somewhat. The same situation was true in the tape days: With micro-DV, one had to buy and install a firewire card that would transfer the video to the PC (firewire still is required for mini-DV transfer) as well as a special editing program to create and burn mpeg2.The burned disc will play as a VideoCD or DVD. As is so true today, people didn't like the hassle and expense of video creation.

The point: The technology must be nearly dead before Microsoft supports it well! For the most part in the media-creation world--even at the consumer level--Windows is merely a PC operating system which provides the necessary framework that allows specialized software to function.

You'll need a PC or Mac powerful enough to manage such complex formats and software, too. The video circuitry of most laptops might not prove suitable--that circuitry is the most likely "bottleneck" for those. (Windows-based laptops are getting better: The fabricator- companies now realize that that these no longer are merely for business-types working leisurely in coffee shops!) The faster and more powerful your PC, Mac, or laptop is, the better. That's true for both audio and video creation....

Software companies which may offer what you need include Roxio, Ulead/Corel, Sony, Adobe, and Nero--among others. Do PC searches and check out whether the software offerings will edit the format. Walmart may have something that may work for you in its PC software shelves (or "Ship to Store")--perhaps from Roxio or other companies--maybe also software from Sony or Adobe, etc. In that case, make certain to read of the software's capabilities--along with its hardware requirements--on the box.

Loads of people online will bend over backwards to help you succeed--and, to succeed well! (They'll also help you with PC and software problems, PC optimization, and upgrades, tips of all kinds, camera and camcorder problems and "quirks," etc., too.)

Really, this isn't the best place to ask for help for this type and level of tech info--that's why, belatedly, I'm the first to respond. Maybe a PC/media creation industry pro or a knowledgeable teen--say a friend or neighbor--may prove a great asset, also!
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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gsnoorky
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how long does the battery last for recording for movies?

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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debbie
on JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi
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ABOUT 110 OR 120 MINUTES
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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JVCWIFI
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can you edit the video from this camcorder in windows movie maker???

asked 1 year, 7 months ago
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mobuckdown
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1 answer How good is it in low light and does it have a sort of night vision?

I looking to buy a camera that is really good in low light and/or in darkness because I would like to record concerts where all the lights are off but the stage lights. What I want to know if it has good quality and will make it look brighter or if it has like night vision.
asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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nrn719
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Does it have HDMI output to play on TV?

asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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roy
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Does it have a light for night shooting? If not any enviro camera have a light ?

asked 11 months ago
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Arle
on JVC Everio GZ-EX210WUS Full HD Flash Memory Camcorder with 40x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD, Built-in WiFi
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