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Sony Camera Powers off when trying to upload video to WVM

My camera turned off while sticking the cord that is used to transfer the videos to the computer. I tried charging it but there is no indication of charging. I tried switching batteries, it would'nt turn on. Help. What's wrong?

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I think u messed it up when u diconnected the device from the cpu...when u dont eject it first the software fu-cks up my ni-gga so what i suggest is goin 2 an electronic store nd askin the expert if not take the camra and simply shove it right up ur tight as-shole bi-tch...

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What model Sony camera? How are you trying to transfer your videos? What happens if you take the memory card out of your camera, put it into a memory card, and transfer the videos from there?

Jul 05, 2013 | Sony Cameras

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Transfer/Edit Sony HDR-TG3 1080i AVCHD Videos on Windows/Mac Sony Handycam...


Transfer/Edit Sony HDR-TG3 1080i AVCHD Videos on Windows/Mac

Sony Handycam HDR-TG3E is a super small camera with full HD recording on Memory Stick in 2008. It includes 4GB and 10x optical zoom for capturing 1920x1080 and 1440x1080 videos. However, this camera does not include progressive recording mode, which indicates that the HD videos are 1080i. Even though it is compact camera, the audio is recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1ch. You can also take 2.3Mp stills while you are recording video footage.
Sony HDR-TG3E features:
- 1920x1080i HD video recording
- 4 megapixel still photo recording
- Dual Rec simultaneous 2.3 megapixel still photo during video recording
- Handy face detection
- Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens
- ClearVid CMOS Sensor and Exmor derived technology
Videos from Sony HDR-TG3E:
Movie Format:
- High Definition: AVCHD (1920 x 1080, 1440 x 1080) in .mts filename extension
- Standard Definition: MPEG2 in .mpg filename extension
Movie Quality:
- HD: FH (1920x1080i, 16Mbps) / HQ (9Mbps) / SP (7Mbps) / LP (5Mbps)
- SD: HQ (9Mbps) / SP (6Mbps) / LP (3Mbps)

Transfer & Edit Sony HDR-TG3 AVCHD videos:
For Windows users:
Install the Picture Motion Browser (PMB) from the bundled CD in box, and connect Sony HDR TG3 to PC via USB cable. Use Sony PMB to download HD .mts videos from camcorder to PC.
For Mac users:
You can capture and transfer Sony HDR-TG3 1080i videos to iMac/MacBook Pro via iMovie after connecting camera to computer with USB cable. However, you may face problem when trying to log and transfer AVCHD videos from Sony Handycam HDR-TG3E to Final Cut Express (FCE) 4 or Final Cut Pro (FCP) 5. After transferring HD .mts videos from camera to computer hard drive, just run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac as the Mac Sony HDR-TG3 MTS converter to deinterlace .mts videos and convert .mts to .mov for FCE and FCP, if you want to edit HD videos.
Alternative way to transfer HDR TG3 videos for Mac and PC:
Just connect HDR TG3 pocket camera to computer via the USB cable, and the HDR TG3 will display as a hard drive on computer. Navigate to the HDR TG3 hard drive to access the memory stick.
Tips: Sony Handycam HDR-TG3E is the model for Europe, and Sony Handycam HDR-TG1 is the model for US.

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Uploading photos to PS3


k first you should use a usb stick for that so just transfer your photos to one. and second no you can just go to the photos option in the main menu

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Transfer video from tape to memory stick


ok well if your camera does have a usb input then you can transfere it to your computer...

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Trying to transfer video from Sony Dig 8 to PC


Hi,
Videos cant be held on memory stick. They are of huge size to fit into memory sticks.

Check if camera has the firewire port. If so, you can get a 4 pin firewire cable and connect to the PC.
Switch on the Cam.
Open Windows Movie Maker and import video from device.


4 pin firewire would look like this:
http://www.pcab.co.uk/ebay/firewire%204%20to%204.jpg

You can use the Movie maker to burn it to the Disk

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Feb 22, 2009 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV730 Digital Camcorder

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Have a sony DCR-TRV103..trying to upload video to my laptop using a USB cable...but the laptop does not recognize the camera..and I can't find any drivers? Any ideas?


You can't do this with USB. You need special cord - 1394 IEEE adapter on one end, and a DV adapter on the other (camera)end. This fits into slot on front of camera under and to the left of the microphone.

Jan 13, 2009 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV103 Digital Camcorder

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Connecting to computer


if it's a digital 8 like you said you should use a firewire cable to stream from cam-your cam has a dv port on it if it is digital-this is 4 pin firewire end-if your laptop or desk has same connect your fine-laptop has same sive end-desktop or mac has larger 6 pin end-if not use a box by pinnacle called dazzle that will convert your video out to usb-use windows movie maker if you want to work with video it's in xp or vista already installed

May 26, 2008 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV330 Digital Camcorder

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How to?.....


You should be able to transfer the images directly to your computer without transfering them to you memory stick duo. Have you tried connecting the camera to your computer and retrieving the images? If you would rather have the images on your camera on your memory stick duo, then remove the memory stick duo connect the camera to your computer, copy the images off of the camera, turn the camera off, put the memory stick duo back into the camera, plug the camera back in, then transfer the images that you just transfered from the cybershot to your computer back to the camera. They should copy directly to the memory stick duo.

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Transferring PC videos TO a Sony Cybershot?


It probably won't work but here is something to try: Make a short video clip with the camera. Then look at the memory stick with the computer to find out the name of the video and what folder it is in. If the camera makes .avi videos, you will have to convert your home videos to the .avi format. Then rename the video to a name similar to the one the camera made. i.e. If the camera named its video Vid00023.avi, then you should rename you home video to something like Vid00034.avi. Then put your video in the exact same folder where the camera put its video. That will give it a chance to be recognized by the camera. But I doubt it will play in the camera.

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