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Video transfer I have a hitachi vm-e110a camcorder and I am unable to transfer the recorded tapes onto a blank video in my vcr. I keep recording tv shows. Is there a way to transfer the video directly onto my computer? (usb cable maybe?) Thanks

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You need a download hardware from Pinnacle. www.pinacclesys.com You may use a simple one PC/TV card with software. If you are from India, you may get several options like www.monarch.com etc.

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