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How do i import my tapes to my computer from my JVC handycam

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You must buy a firewire 1394 cable from your camcorder into your computer

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for to import from the Sony handy-cam you need a firewire cable ..not a rca..this one will only help you see the video on a tv ...but you will not be able to import them into computer ...
just ask at the store..and take the camera with you ..
another thing the camera may support even a usb cable that may be available in the box that it came with (infact the iLink cable should be there too )
so ..this is a link to a video I use to explain in detail the procedure to import fom minitape of sony handycam.
.http://www.5min.com/Video/Windows-Movie-Maker---import-from-a-DV-tape-6876
after have them into the windows movie maker..just drag them to the story board..(join them if you need) ..and save them by finishing movie...and save to computer ..in best for computer mode...after that just burn them to **** ..using Nero ..or if they are small enough to get into a cd ...use window feature for burning ..


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Ii the handycam was submerged without the battery on it the electronics may still be fine. you need to take it to the repairman who will open up all the circuit boards and dry them.
If there was a tape i the camera , the tape is damaged and cannot be used again.
The camera mechanism may also be damaged by the water through corrosion , so its absolutely important that you take it to the repairmen for drying as soon as possible.

However if the handycam was submerged with the battery on, then the electronic circuit boards are most likely damaged.

in this case you may weigh the costs of having the circuit boards replaced against buying a new camcorder altogether.

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You need iMovie to get the video and edit to mac.

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