After you put the cable plug IE1394 into the card IE 1394 your computer or laptop you can use movie maker on microsoft with capture or edit on the movie maker you can import and capture form camera
for USB you must have movie box ( pinnacal ) change IE 1394 to USB ron thailand 0831819970 firstname.lastname@example.org
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-turn on and switch your camcorder to playback mode and make sure that the tape is totally rewounded.(you're going to stream the video from the cam to pc using a supplied software or a thirdparty software like windows movie maker)
-connect your camcorder to your pc and you have to use a dv cable(4 pin to 4 pin or 4 pin to 6 pin type) the first end is a 4 pin which will be connected to your camcorder and the other end depends on what type of dv port you have in your computer(4 pin or 6 pin) Use the optional CV-150F (4 pin-4 pin) or CV-250F (4 pin-6 pin) DV Cable. the dv port on your camcorder is on the strap side on the upper part and its covered by a oval rubber
-once connected to the computer,ready your software(supplied or any other software that could record streamed videos ie: windows movie maker.
-play video from the camcorder then hit the record button from software( you're basically recording the videos from the camcorder live to your pc :)
The USB cable is only to download still images recorded on the memory card, using the software that came with the camera. To download video, you need to connect to a computer with a Firewire cable, and have video editing software on your computer to communicate with the camera.
You need IEEE (Firewire) or "DV" cable to transfer video from the camcorder to your computer. The connection is "DV" and is located on the front of the camera next to the "S" port. The marketing for this camera was deceiving...most customers thought they could hook up the USB to their computer and upload video...well you can't
Mini dv is a digital recording and VHS is analogue so they are incompatible. Does your camera have an analogue output? That is a lead that ends with something like RCA plugs or a Scart plug. Then you can feed the signal into a VHS recorder.
wow, i have the same exact problem. im using a canon too. and i dont have an installation CD or anything, because i baught my camera at a pawn shop. the only thing i can think of is that i might be using the wrong type of fire wire cord? do i need to use a DV fire wire cord? i have no clue.
after you put the cable IE1394 into the card IE 1394 your computer or laptop you can use moviemaker in microsoft with capture or edit on the moviemaker you can import and capture form camera
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yes, I found the manual downloads on Canon's webpage. I wish I could figure out how to transfer my tape videos to a computer. I bought the $50,00 DV-1394 cord and nothing happens--computer doesn't recognize the camera.
I suggest getting the PCI IEEE 1394 also known as FireWire card. Most of the time these Firewire card comes with a Video editing software but verify because you will need some form of video editing s/w to record the video. After recording then you can edit it however you like and transfer to DVD/etc.
Always a pain in the as to edit video. I've done it a couple of times. So have fun. I still have not manage to find a Video editing s/w that will do a 5.1 audio or multiple audio tracks (similar to switching between languages)