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This camera (purchased in 1991) has an output lead to scart. How can I connect this to an iMac. I have bought an Elgato Video Capture device for the iMac. This has an SD lead and the three red white yellow jacks. I can't use the SD lead but can connect the jacks to a scary. I also have a DVD/CD player with various input and output connections....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toshiba DVD-CD SD-R2212
if the problem is that the optical unit do not read, then it might be just dirty... try with a cd cleaner... you can buy it its very cheap... if you have some other problem, like good reading but not recording... I would need more information because it could be caused by many things...
Again if after cleaning it still failing... and that is the only problem, you should take it to a technical service center.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: VHS to Easy capture to computer
The plugs you speak of are called RCA plugs, (Male side has an outside ring with "slots" around the edge, and a pin in the center. Female side has a short round "riser" with a hole in it). You need just standard Audio/Video hookup cables, available at any electronics store.. Walmart/Target/Kmart has them in the TV section. They get plugged into the Audio (Red & White) OUT of the VCR, into the Audio IN (Red & White) of the Easy Capture. The Yellow lead is for Video In/Out between the VCR and Easy Capture. The black is probably the S-Video connector, (round, has very small square hole, surronded by 4, 5, or 7 tiny pin holes) that can be also used to connect video/audio between VCR(if so equipped) and Easy Capture. Get a set of audio/video dubbing cables (abt $10 usually), connect Red to Red, White to White, Yellow to Yellow. Plug the Easy Capture USB cable into your computer (most likely), start the capture program. Start your vcr, hit Play. You should see your vcr tape playing on the computer screen.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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