Edit Video With A Jvc Grd370u Digital Video Camera

The GR-D370 camcorder allows you to capture all sorts of images and edit.

The GR-D370 (U.S. version) is a model of video camera manufactured by JVC from 2007 until 2009. It records to miniDV tape format, and users who shot video on it can edit their video using the camera’s functions. This allows them to create a final edited product that compiles all the shots in a personalized format.


1. Turn on your computer and plug either your USB-to-mini-USB cable or Firewire cable into the corresponding port in your computer.

2. Turn on your camera. Put your camera in “Playback” mode and rewind the tape inside the camera. Play back a few seconds within the camera to make sure that it recorded video successfully.

3. Connect the USB-to-mini-USB or Firewire cable from your computer to the corresponding port in your camera. If you are using a USB cable, the big end attaches to the computer and the small end to the camera.

4. Open your video editing software. Popular editing programs include Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Avid, iMovie, and Windows Movie Maker. These programs all have different instructions for capturing (importing) video from a camera, but generally if you select “File” in the upper-left corner, and then “Log and Transfer,” the program should automatically begin capturing video from your camera to the hard drive you select. Edit video within the program once the program finishes capturing your video.

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