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How to Transfer JVC to Computer and Convert JVC Video to DVD

JVC camcorder is one of the best camcorders. It can create amazing videos, which helps you store the excellent memory of life. You can easily transfer JVC videos from your camcorder to computer. However, it's not that easy to edit JVC videos, let alone converting JVC video to DVD. To burn JVC to DVD, one way is to convert JVC MOD/TOD to other video formats like VOB and then burn the video files to DVD. However, the video quality will be lost during the conversion.

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Here we recommend a DVD burner, which allows you to burn MOD/TOD videos from JVC camcorders to DVD with ease.

1 Get DVD Creator

Once have the JVC videos transferred to your computer, all you need is a DVD video burner that supports MOD and TOD format. Please free download here:

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If you have ang Mac running Mac OS X (Mountain Lion included), please download Mac version and go to the detailed tutorial of DVD Creator for Mac >>

2 Load JVC videos

Click the "Import" button to load JVC camcorder videos to the program. The added videos will display in thumbnails and you can preview them on the right.

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3 Edit JVC MOD/TOD videos

A built-in video editor is provided for you to personalize your videos before burning them onto DVD disc. Choose and select a video clip and click Edit to customize your videos by trimming, cropping, adjusting video effects, etc. to achieve a better overall effect.

4 Convert JVC camcorder video to DVD

Now you're ready to burn these JVC camcorder videos to DVD. Click Burn to start burning JVC video files to DVD. Before the burning process, of course you can define the output parameters: you can choose DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO file as the export format. And you can also change the DVD name, aspect ratio, TV standard, etc.

Below is a video tutorial on how to convert JVC videos to DVD:

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Will the Aimisoft DVD Creator copy movies from JVC Everio MG130 on Windows 8?
Hi, Nancy. Aimersoft DVD Creator lets you burn videos with any format into DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO files. You are free to download the software to evaluate it. But if you are using the free trial, there will be a watermark on the output video. Therefore it's better to purchase the full version for only 39.95.You can explore into more brilliant features.
My JVC came with Everio Mediabrowser 4 which only allows 28 segments to be burned at a time. I ended up with 16 DVDs for my last trip and it took many hours to create. Each DVD only has a few minutes on it, so to view the trip you need to change DVDs every few minutes! Will this DVD creator allow me to copy every segment without dropping and dragging? Some segments are only 3 seconds long. Will a whole DVD be filled? I am looking for some kind of device or download that will copy my whole vacation. Is the download on this page free (I didn't try it)? If so, what is the advertised Aimersoft DVD creator at the top right or what is the difference between the free one and the advertised one? Or, is the download the one advertised for $39.95?
 you need a firewire not a usb cable.
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