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Sony camcorder copy tape to pc problem

I'm having problems trying to copy the recorded video on my camcorder to my pc for editing. I want to upload the whole video tape to pc and edit it then but i can't even seem to upload it to the pc. I'm using picture package software from sony but doesn't seem to be working properly. Can anyone offer me advise please.

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Hi, You need to connect to PC using a 4 pin firewire cable. and then switch on the cam. Import the video using Windows Movie Maker.

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I had this problem very recently. In fact I borrowed camcorders from my friends too and after short periods, they too started having the same problem. Essentially, it looks like there is some choppiness every second or so - like there is noise in the audio and video. After a lot of looking around, I finally found a suggestion posted that ACTUALLY WORKED on all 3 camcorders:

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