View Full Version : Camcorder Help please cant get computer to read video file .TPD
07-14-2009, 10:40 PM
its a jvc everop gz-hd3 the file it sends to the pc is .TPD file and I cant play it cause windows doesnt recognize...thanks
07-14-2009, 11:22 PM
Is it a hard drive camera or does it have a disc? I'm not familiar with this camera so excuse me for asking, but with my camera you have to convert the video with the camera before you can play or transfer it to the computer. Just a thought good luck hope that you figure it out.
07-14-2009, 11:33 PM
Did you try changing the extension from .TPD to something that Windows understands like mpeg or AVI. I do this with my Canon.
07-14-2009, 11:45 PM
didnt try that yet....and I got the file onto my computer but it doesnt get read
07-14-2009, 11:54 PM
found this info
EDIUS nonlinear editing software is designed for any broadcast and postproduction environments, especially those with newer, tapeless forms of video recording and storage.
EDIUS software offers real-time, multi-track, mixed-format editing, compositing, chroma keying, titling, and timeline output capabilities. In addition to the standard formats of the EDIUS family, it supports Infinity JPEG 2000, DVCPRO, P2, VariCam, Ikegami GigaFlash, MXF, XDCAM, and XDCAM EX video. It also supports all DV and HDV cameras and decks.
This file is used for generating an effect in EDIUS video mixing.
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07-14-2009, 11:56 PM
here's another one
TreePad is a small personal database program, only 465 Kb in size. It allows you to store notes, E-mails, text, hyperlinks, etc. into one or multiple databases.
07-14-2009, 11:57 PM
actually I just went in and changed it to .avi and it worked plays fine on windows ..... thanks skrol
another question this is a high def camcorder and it has hdmi....i plugged it into my tv and it looked really good....but when I just watched it on my computer it didnt...when the camera moves fast u can see the lines of resolution....is that because it got transfered?
07-15-2009, 11:40 AM
I have the same problem with my 2GHz P4 desktop. I believe that it may be that the computer is not up to the challenge. As a test I tried it on my work laptop which is a 2GHz Core2 Duo and it was much better. I read that you should use a Core2 Quad or better for video editing. Uuggg! more money.
07-15-2009, 12:51 PM
Install the software that came with your camera. My JVC camera stores them as a .mod file (is smoe kind of mpeg, with some other encoding thrown in. If I just change the extetion to an mpg it will play, but a scene changes, and high speed it will show the lines you talk of, but if I use the software it came with it is just fine. Also remember that most people don't run there computers at HD resolutions, so you ill get some line doubling at higher video resolution.
07-15-2009, 01:11 PM
Good point. I'll have to look into that. I am new to the digital video thing and am learning as I go.
07-15-2009, 03:37 PM
yea me too.....I didnt get all the software that came with it cause i bought used....not sure whee to download it? can someone help and send a link model gz-hd3
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