I just downloaded my first set of video's onto my PC as per the instruction manual, and when I played them back from the C drive folder, none of them have any sound. We can hear the sound with no problem when we play them back on the video camera itself, but there is no sounds with the video's on the computer. My volume is not muted, and I have no trouble with volume or speakers usually on my PC, because I skype all the time with it. Thanks very much.
Your PC might not have an appropriate audio decoder for your video files. You may try downloading and installing an MPEG-2 codec (such as this one http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Codec-Packs-Video-Codecs/Mpeg-AudioVideo-Filter.shtml) to get it working.
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Hi, Camcorder video head required cleaning because gray lines come in playback when video head got clogged/ dirty. Put video head cleaning tape and playback it as per instructions. hope this will help you. Thanks.
I believe you are trying to download video footage from your camcorder onto your pc. ( and not the other way around- from pc to camcorder).
If thats the case plug in your USB cable supplied with the camcorder onto your PC and which will register as a new drive on your system. For some cameras you need a special video capture card which needs to be plugged into your PC to allow video to be downloaded. An example is the IEE- firewire series. You will also require a simple video capture software to capture and save the video footage as a workable PC file. Try reading up on the brochure which came with your camera which I believe will provide more details. Normally video cams will come with such software and the necessary cables. Recent camcorders come with a harddisk & it is much simpler to download as such systems are recognized by a PC as just another new drive on the system. Try out the above and I believe you will be able to do it. Bye
Hey that is a classic video camera, very cool, one of the first to have PC connectivity, one of the first to use a firewire connection (fast) to a PC, all that in mind the little docking station that came with it should have video (RCA) type plugs on it that would match up to most TV's and VCR's (if you still have one) DVD players, you can play back your movies. It has the ability to store analog to digital onto your computer - if you have a DVD burner on your PC you can make DVD's out of those old movies with your kids, that would be the way to go. I'll dig around to see if one of my sources still has his manual for this camera. I'll check back with you within the next day.
if you have windows movie maker go thru that an select import video it should bring up the usb video device option if it doesnt make sure you have the camera on pluged in to usb an set to tape play back mod if that works select caputre video and press play on camera and you should see the image on the small screen
All you should have to do is finalize the disc. Put it in your DVD drive and select the scenes and photos. you need to have DVD playback software to play the disc also if its a DUAL layer disc you have to make sure the drive in your PC can play DL. Enjoy, Lee
Download free application WINDV (Small Windows utility for DV FireWire digital video input/output ). buy and connect a firewire cable between camcorder (DV output ) and a firewire input in your pc, if you not hasn't got one, buy it. you can buy a card with this kind of inputs. Connect and run application, play camcorder, and record to your pc, your video.
Sorry for asking, but have you installed the drivers that came with the camera onto your pc, because some of the software has this built in to enable you do as you wish with the recordings.
Also PS2 consoles dont play all types of DVD especially DVD-RW, but normally DVD do have to be finalised before they are playable.
If all else fails just uninstall the drivers that you got with camera and re-install before connecting your camera back up, if they were installed initially.
Normally it's wise to install all the software bundle that comes with it, then later remove what you don't need and don't have more than one editing programme installed as they can conflict stopping your downloads.
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