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Description of JVC GZ-MG60AC Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Copying Files to the PC (Windows®)
Still images and video files that are stored in a recording medium can be copied to the PC and played back on the PC.


● Never disconnect the USB cable while the ACCESS lamp on the camera lights or blinks. ● File transfer takes considerable time in PCs. Usage of a PC that supports USB 2.0 is required.

1 Perform the procedure in “Viewing the
Contents of a Recording Medium (Windows®)” ( pg. 14). The folders in the recording medium appear.

Playing Back Files on the PC (Windows®)
Use an application that can handle the JPEG file format. To view a still image, double-click the still image file (extension “.jpg”).

2 Create a new folder, enter the folder name, Still images
and then double-click it. For example, create a new folder in the [My Pictures] folder.

Video files
Use the PowerDVD 5 NE. You can install this software from the provided CD-ROM. For more details of PowerDVD 5 NE, refer to “Playing Back Copied Video (Windows®)”. ( pg. 20)

3 Select the folder to be copied, and then
drag and drop that folder in the destination folder.

When playing back a file in the recording medium on your PC, copy the file to your PC, and then play it back. If video file is played back directly from recording medium (i.e. the camera is connected through USB to your PC), it may be not played back properly due to the inadequate processing speeds or other problems.

To copy still images: Copy the folder within the [DCIM] folder. To copy video files: Copy the folder within the [SD_VIDEO] folder. ● The ACCESS lamp on the camera lights or blinks, and the folder is copied from the recording medium to the PC.

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