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?
Re: Sony Camera Powers off when trying to upload video to...
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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Hi, video can be transferred to your computer from the camera by using the USB cable that came with the camera. Just hook the cable up to the camera and the computer, and then you can transfer files to your computer by using the screen and joystick on the camera.
The only requirement is that the camera has to be on AC power when you transfer files, so you'll have to remove the battery and set up the AC power cable and DC power cable before you can transfer any files. If you try it on battery power, the camera's screen will tell you to put it on AC power.
Did you try uploading using a firewire card and firewire cable? It is an alternative to USB and is the most preferred way of transferring video from the camcorder these days. Also did you try uploading the video using windows movie maker? COnnect your camcorder to your computer and press the capture from camera option to capture the video on your camcorder to your computer. If you have already tried everything then the simplest way to transfer is to remove the 1.5" hard drive connect it to your computer(your computer should have SATA connector), transfer the video and put the hard drive back into the camcorder. Might sound crazy but its a very effective way considering the fact that it is quite easy to remove the hard disk from most camcorders.
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.
This camcorder model has the firewire port. Please check the manual carefully to find its location.
You need to switch on the camera. Keep it in play/ edit mode.
Open movie maker. Its should detect the camera now.
If not, try installing the software which came with the camcorder. It might have any drivers.
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
yES, YOU CAN. yOU NEED THE cord from Sony that goes to your computer usb port or a firewire connection.There was also a cd that you got with that camcorder, but iIwould try this without using that first, it may not be necessary.
With camcorder off, atttach the cord from the camcorder to the computer. Depending on your set up, the connection may turn on your camcorder automatically. If not, turn it on. The computer should recognize the camcorder, you'll get an icon in your system tray, lower right part of screen . Click on this and you should get all kinds of help to go further.
Are you transferring from cassette to memory card and then to Imac? certainly there is software supported by Imac to accomplish this. You can convert your videos to MPEG format using Imagemixer then try uploading with another program. Imac and OSX should have websites that list compatible software.