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I need a cable to connect Sharp Vl-NZ8 to Usb Port

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Is the both ends of the cable color red, yellow and white.

You can buy it in any electronics center or store. just tell RCA Cable.

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Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Drivers for Sharp Viewcam VL-Z3E

please send to me driver for Mini dv sharp viewcam VL-Z1

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Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Help!! Can not connect my Sharp ViewCam Z VL-Z3U Through FireWire

You've probably fixed this by now, but since nothing is posted:

I have an older Sharp digital camcorder, one of the first. It's the VL-NZ100 and Sharp does not support transferring the video to a PC with this camcorder because they did not include the cable to do it. That said, I WAS told by Sharp that I could figure it out myself if I got a fireware (IEEE) cable.

I got a very inexpensive IEEE-1394 firewire cable, set my camcorder to Tape/VCR, connected the cable to my PC and my camcorder, and Windows Vista recognized it. It asked if I wanted to transfer the video and it just walked me through the whole thing! This is built in to Vista, so if you have the operating system, you are set.

If you don't, I don't know if you can download Windows Photo Gallery from Microsoft. I know that you can download Windows Live Photo Gallery but I don't know if that has the same functionality. You didn't mention what operating system you have.

And FYI, I didn't need drivers.

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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I want to transfer my video to my computer to burn a DVD. What is the parts number for a USB cable for VL-A110U camcorder?


There are no USB cables for analog camcorders. USB is a digital protocol.

You can get videos from this camera, or any analogue video source, into a computer, but you need more than just a cable. You have to play them into an analogue video interface port. These are available as expansion slot cards for a desktop PC, or as a USB plug-in interface (usable on a laptop). The interface will come with drivers and probably software to digitise the video input and record it to a file. Lots of third party video editing software will also be able to accept the input from this kind of port. You don't need any "driver" related to the camera, it is just a video signal source. The connecting leads will be standard RCA signal plugs, like the ones you use to connect to a TV or VHS recorder. You probably already have a lead for this.

Once you have the video on the computer, you will need DVD "Authoring" and burning software, which will usually come as part of the same package. You can download such software for free from the internet- my first stop would be www.download.com.

Jan 24, 2011 | Sharp Viewcam VL-A110U Camcorder

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I want to know what cord I would need in order to import the videos from my SHARP 8 Viewcam VL-E35 to my computer?


This requires more than just a cable.

You can get videos from this camera, or any analogue video source, into a computer. You just have to play them into an analogue video interface port. These are available as expansion slot cards for a PC, or sometimes as a USB plug-in interface. They will come with drivers and probably software to digitise the video input and record it to a file. Lots of third party video editing software will also be able to accept the input from this kind of port. You don't need any "driver" related to the camera, it is just a video signal source. The connecting leads will be standard RCA signal plugs, like the ones you use to connect to a TV or VHS recorder. You probably already have a cable for this.

Once you have the video on the computer, you will need DVD "Authoring" and burning software, which will usually come as part of the same package. You can download such software for free from the internet- my first stop would be www.download.com.

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I need the part # that will allow me to connect my Sharp Viewcam Z VL-Z1 to my computer to download video. Please help.


This type of camera usually downloads better with a Firewire (DV) connection. Some mini-DV cameras only use the USB connection for stills (if they have one) and can only download video by Firewire. This is because you have to play the tape into the computer, not just copy a file.

Most PCs have a USB port, but no Firewire port. Macs often have a Firewire port but may not have USB. As most Windows PCs do not come with this interface, you might need to fit an add-on Firewire interface card. This will come with a driver for the card.

Suitable Firewire (DV) cables can usually be found on Amazon or eBay. Try a search on your camera model number. Most cameras need the kind with a small (four pin) connector at one end and a larger (six pin) connector at the other.

Nov 16, 2010 | Sharp Viewcam VL-Z1 Mini DV Digital...

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I want to transfer my videos taken on my Sharp


Hi,
You will need a firewire cable and a firewire port on your computer. If you don't have such a port then you can buy a firewire pci card.

See this for info and pictures
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_1394_interface

Feb 07, 2010 | Sharp Viewcam VL-Z1H Mini DV Digital...

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Download correct software to burn dvd off of camcorder


You do not need the manual, you need the white DV cable that comes with the view cam. it connects into the DV port on the left side of the camera theto the "Y" port located next to the usb ports in the front of the hard drive. Turn the camera to VCR and XP will automatically open the CD wizard and follow the prompts. then use any burning device on your computer, mine is Media Center to make a DVD. Its easy for those challenged like myself!

Sep 28, 2009 | Sharp Viewcam VL-NZ100U Mini DV Digital...

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Viewcam Z VL-Z100


You may need what's called a 'firewire' port, which was the transfer port of choice for most DV models of the time.

My contact at the local RadioShack advised me that a DV-to-USB cable might work to allow transfers since firewire isn't really supported these days. I've not tested it myself though. The cable should cost less than $20.00... and if you're careful with the packaging, you could always return it if it proves useless.

HOWEVER, this is what you may need to allow correct transfer from the cam to the laptop:

http://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-SBT-PCA4-Firewire-CardBus-Adapter/dp/B0007UY662/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1252477568&sr=8-7

Check, first, to make sure that the pc-end of the cable is, in fact, a firewire connector.

Jul 20, 2009 | Sharp Viewcam VL-Z1 Mini DV Digital...

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Get a firewire (IEEE-1394) cable insteaad of trying to use USB. Make sure that both camera and computer have firewire ports. Set camera to Tape/VCR or whatever setting you use when you playback your tape on your camcorder. Just leave it on that setting, don't hit "Play" or anything. Make sure that you have rewinded to the spot where you want it to start (a few seconds before, actually).

If you have WIndows Vista, you don't need drivers. The built-in Windows Photo Gallery will recognize it and will ask you if you want to transfer the tape. It will walk you through the whole process, if you want to transfer the whole tape or only parts of it. If you don't have Vista, you might try downloading Windows Live Photo Gallery but I don't know if it has the same functionality.

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