Hi Everyone, I have just tried to upload some video from my gs75 camcorder to my computer. The computer shows that the camera is connected but only for webcam. I tried installing the software but it is not comaptible. Is there a driver out there that I can get to make this camera work with Windows 7?
I have win 7 Home Premium 64bit
Thanks in advance
*Problem solved, I used the compatability wizard and it worked perfect!!!
Last edited by kimmey34; 04 Dec 2009 at 12:20 AM..
Reason: Problem solved!
I have exactly the same problem! With your hint I was at least able to get Motion Studio running but even this Sw is not detecting my camera as a camcorder. How do you connect your camcorder to the PC? Via USB? I only have a webcam in my device list.
Any help would be highly appreciated!
Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. My camera shows up as a webcam too in My Computer, I connect my camera using the USB cable. But when I start Motion DV(after loading it in winXP Service pack 3 compatability mode) it detects my camera and I am able to upload my video that way. I emailed panasonic and they gave me a link to updated software which did not work for me. This is the easiest way.
Iím trying to also get my Panasonic NV-GS75NV-working with my Windows 7 64 bit PC and am really struggling. To start with I canít install MotionDV. The version that came with my camcorder is 5.3LE. Iíve downloaded version 6.0LE from the Panasonic web site but I canít get that installed either because half way through the install I get an error message "the video camera is not connected" - see attached. When I plug in the camera it appears as a Web Cam in Devices and Printers and has the label DVC. Iíve tried installing the USB and video streaming drivers but again they wonít install. In device Manager it appears as 'Video Edit' under imaging devices.
Please can someone provide some thoughts on how best to proceed?
Did you try using the compatability wizard when installing the Motion DV Studio 5.3E LE. If I can remember right I did not use the autorun but I went into the disk and found the Motion DV Studio setup and then I made it compatible with WinXP service pack 3 I think I did this with the camera drivers too. I got it to install no problems. When I connect my camcorder through usb without the motion dv software I get told it is a webcam too. But I just make sure that the program is running and then I plug the camera in. I have had no problems getting the video footage into my computer.
You donīt explain very well the resolution of the problem. I connect the camcorder to pc and change in the camera to play tape. then with motion dv open i desconnect the cable and connect again and voila. Works perfect!