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How to transfer the video in the web cam to the computer?

How to transfer the video in the cam to the computer?

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I use the software which came with the camera, and hit unload. It then downloads everything to the computer. To mover it to a CD or DVD I use windows explorer with copy and paste and not the programs supplied with winows vista. Easier to do.

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I AM UNABLE TO COPY VIDEOS FROM TAPE TO PC


Welcome to FixYa!

Copying from TAPE to PC requires 4 things. The video cam where the TAPE will be played, a FIREWIRE compatible cable, a FIREWIRE card installed on your computer and a SOFTWARE that supports a firewire device that would record the video.

Unlike Digital Videos that you can just copy and paste the video file from the video cam to the computer, the tape to pc transfer is more of recording the video in from the video cam by playing it in real time while the computer is recording it.

This is a sample of a FIREWIRE card that is installed inside a computer.
An external USB version of this is also available.

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This is a sample of a FIREWIRE cable.

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Windows MOVIE MAKER is an example of a software that can be used to record the videos. It supports FIREWIRE devices.

Here's a sample video.



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I need capture cam to computer


If what you want is to transfer it to the computer, then just transfer it after capturing the video using an usb chord.
If what you want is to use this as a digital cam, then you have to install a certain software.

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How do i copy recorded video unto my computer


Add a firewire port to your computer and get that working. Then, using a firewire cable connected to the DV port of the camcorder (not USB), you will connect to the firewire port you just installed and import the video.

USB is used only for transferring stills from the memory card or maybe using the camcorder as a web-cam.

To get the video off the miniDV tape, you need to use firewire (IEEE1394a, i.Link... all the same thing).

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How to transfer video from my sony handy cam CCD-TRV418E to Comp


You can use a card reader to transfer your file from your handycam to your computer. Remove the memory card in your camera and insert it to the card reader and insert it to your computer to transfer your recorded video.

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How to transfer video from vide cam to pc?


The camcorder has i.Link (FireWire) high-speed digital connection for transferring video in digital format to your computer or standalone DVD recorder in real time with no loss in quality. Also present are USB 1.1 (for picture download and video streaming) and A/V/S-Video outs.
So the way to do it ..its by firewire..and a proper software to manage it ...it came with the camera on a disk

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Need a driver for a panasonic PV-GS9 minidv


try this driver
ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/pub/Panasonic/Drivers/capture/ComMass.zip

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TRYING TO UPLOAD TO COMP.


In order to transfer photos from your camera to your computer, you need to

1- Install the drivers for your camera. The drivers are located in the CD which came with your camera. If you do not have the CD, go to Kodak web site and download the drivers for your cam

2- Connect your cam to your PC.
3- if the drivers are installed correctely, click start, and then the computer icom. There should be an icon with name name of your cam...., double click that and you probably see one or more folders with your save pictures.
4- Now you can copy or cut and past one or more pictures from your camera to your computer. I hope it helps you.
Good Luck!!!!

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Sony DCR-TRV8 video transfer problems


The USB drive for Sony CAM you can download from Sony web but the USB will not allow you to transfer video from your CAM only for memory stick
However if you have firewire input on your Laptop, have you? normaly if you have firewire input on your laptop as soon as you connect your CAM it will detect automatic either with windown movies maker or with Nero
Sometime the firewire from CAM defect I repaired a few of them with this problem
Can you conect this CAM to another computer or try different cable ?
Or tell me exactly what input you have on your laptop such firewire input, PCMCIA slot
Cheers

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Getting dvd's from the tiny video tapes?


When you bought that CAM it should came with the interface cable and software to transfer from your CAM to DVD or your computer if you lost the software you still download from that factory Web
It won.t help you if now you will buy another CAM DVD, your previous mini DV tape still need a computer to burn into the DVD format
Give me your CAM branch and model I can tell you more OK

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