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connect vcam to pc via usb cable: then copy thru windows explorer
on pc bottom left: click START>>then click My Computer; win explorer opens on the right portion you'll see>> Hard Disk Drives, etc.; then >>Devices with Removable Storage- the location where most probably you'll find your >>hdd vcam- w/some ID- brand? Double click on it, locate your video/picture files and copy/paste to >> my Documents/my videos (my pictures?) located above Hard Disk Drives.
Import the desired video files to video editing software
give me your address and I will mail cd to you .
You need to use a fire wire cable and connect it to the computer. (of course you need to install the driver for the camera first).
After connecting the camera turn it on and youse any film making software to capture the movie from the camera and put it on the computer.
This manual has a good section on connecting the camera toa TV.
It should be a matter of connecting the supplied cable to the correct port on the TV. Basically a red wire to a red input a white wire to the white input and the yellow wire (video) to the video in (yellow input)
Please note that you must connect it to a composite video input (not component input) and select playback mode with the TV on the correct input setting.
For a more specific walk through post your TV's modem number and I will be more than happy to give you a step by step.
As far as the drivers for your computer, let me know what operating system you have and I will posta link to them