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My Camcorder is still not working as far as being able to get video from it into a computer or other video record/view source. The computer now acts like the camera is not hooked up to it (Works with other video cameras) and I am not able to get analog output either from having the camera on the port box. There was a solution posted suggesting that I be sure I have power from AC.. it is... The person also suggested making sure I had the lasted drivers. I'm offloading from it Using Pinnacle Studio and it worked up until this problem happened but downloaded the latest from Pinnacle and it still does not work. I can view video on the display screen on the camcorder, and hear my audio perfectly, but nothing will output from it. Is there a menu item I am overlooking? Or, did I perhaps set some firewire output to off by not having the camera off some time when I disconnected it? Can I reset that on again? I have a trip comming up and want to take this with me. Please help. Thanks

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Though you have checked the firewire card, try the process for your camcorder with a new firewire card.

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sp.gif sp.gif IMPORTANT: The computer must have a composite Video or S-Video input jack [FIG. 1]and compatible webcam software installed. Some computers may require a video capture card and/or sound board.
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