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Usb streaming Hi, i have a sony dvd810 hybrid 8gb flash and cant seem to be able to find a way to stream via usb. Is there a driver fix for this or is the cam simply unable to strem using usb. Thanks

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I have this camcorder. According to Sony, the DCR-DVD810 does not support USB streaming. I do believe, however, that you can use the AV port (under the lens) to stream live video.

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