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Do not know where to plug av to rca 3 cable

I have tried to plug the one male end into the two front receptacles one has an ear and one says mic. Neither allows me to watch the video on my laptop while using a converter called a dazzle 100. any ideas

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SOURCE: Sony TRV128 - Will not transfer sound to DVD

There is an S-video jack in the front of the cam, the S-video cable is rather inexpensive and available at most stores that have electronics.

Posted on Dec 01, 2007

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SOURCE: Get video off Sony Handycam DCR-TRV118 Hi8 to PC or Mac

You can use a Digital8 Camcorder to directly play 8mm and Hi8 analog tapes and output them to your computer via firewire Capturing 8mm/Hi8 with a Digital8 Camcorder

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SOURCE: When connected DCR-SR42 to TV, video and images showing in B&W

yes ur TV might be set to color system PAL /NTSC and ur cam corder in opposite format there is color system changing button on every tv remote just try changing it to PAL or NTSC see if colors work and let me know and pls rate me if i fixed ur problem

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You can recorded in a dvd recorder and then extract to your mac(final cut pro) that's the best way to do it as pinnacle dazzle its useless or you can buy the capture video card with a fire wire that will recognize you pc mac straight nothing to download

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