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Re: get output from sony video camera CCD-TRV238E
You need a computer with video card capable to take composite or super video input if you have that then the software it come with that video card then you can transfer from your CAM to computer and burn into DVD or HDD
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With the camcorder you should have a lead with a small (3.5mm) jack plug at one end (connects to the camcorder) and at the other end three phono plugs (red/yellow/white).
These can be plugged into either your TV, dvd/video recorder or, IF you have the card in your PC a video input card.
I'm guessing that you probably won't have the card in the PC (on the back of the PC would be two or three phono inputs) in which case you would need to install a card or use an external capture device such as Dazzle (link below).
If you have a dvd recorder (under the TV) these have the inputs you need and can burn direct to DVD but you can't edit the film.
You would need a Video capture card to do this you can capture it raw then convert it into DVD format. You can get a capture card from any computer store like frys.com,bestbuy.com or tigerdirect.com hope this helps
Only digital signal can be uploaded on PC but your camera is analog model and you can't connect it directly with PC. You need to install MPEG card in PC to digitize the picture signal of camera to upload in PC.
You will need to fit a video capture card to your PC. Most cheap TV cards have video input. Connect the video and audio output from the camera to the PC card, start the camera on playback and record the video on PC.
It will probably record as an avi file which can be converted to DVD format using for example Nero though there are many progs agailable for free on the web. Burn the files to DVD.