When connected DCR-SR42 to TV, video and images showing in B&W
When I try to connect my handy cam to TV using AV out cable, the videos and images are showing in black and white, but in cam LCD it's playing in color only the Videos are recorded in color only when I copy them to my PC, it's working fine.
I think there is some problem with AV out, I have tried with different cable too, if it has to do with any setting please let me know.
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Re: When connected DCR-SR42 to TV, video and images...
Yes ur TV might be set to color system PAL /NTSC and ur cam corder in opposite format there is color system changing button on every tv remote just try changing it to PAL or NTSC see if colors work and let me know and pls rate me if i fixed ur problem
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See page 35 of your manual. This camcorder can play recorded images and video footage to a TV using the supplied cables. The same cable can plug into an AV/USB convertor enabling the digital recording of what you have recorded to your computer.
You probably won't need any additional drivers if you're using a modern operating system. Plug in the camera's USB connector, turn it on, start up Windows Explorer or whatever navigator you use, find the new drive that will show up in a few seconds, then look around in it and drag the files you want into your video folder or desktop.
Hi, the use of TV out is to view files is installed in your phone through the TV set,files like ( images,video clips).
How to use it. The phone comes with a cable that you can use to connect it to a TV, the cable has a Av jack output and a two or three RCA cablemouth at the other end .You will connect the AV jack out to the phone and connect the RCA cable to your TV Input one the RCA cable is for video display whilethe other is for audio output.
The driver normally comes with the XP OS.
Make sure you use firewire cable and not the USB cable.
To download the videos,
- Connect the cam and PC using 4 pin firewire cable.
- Switch on the cam.
- Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video from device.
Mine does the same thing.After it says "connecting" on the LCD of the camcorder, there is nothing to actually do on the camcorder. With the Sony SR42 software installed (supposed to come with the camcorder on purchase-but maybe you can also find it for free online), the software called Sony Picture Utility (which is part of the big packge of software) opens up automatically and offers to either burn your photos/videos to directly to a compact disc, or to import them onto the computer's harddrive.
That's how it happens for me.I'm not-tech savy or anything. Hope this helps.
First, I suggest you consult a web buying guide, such as:
The camera you mention has a built in hard drive for media storage. The main drawbacks are image quality as the picture is highly compressed and you must export your media to your computer. This feature is either really handy or an inconvenience - it all depends on your preference.
Playing Back images/Video Clips on TV
You can also playback your images on a TV screen. Before connecting to any device, make sure to
select NTSC/PAL system to match the video output system of the video equipment you are going to
connect to Vivicam 5340s, then turn all connected devices off.
1. Position Vivicam 5340s on the cradle.
2. Match the docking connectors and carefully insert Vivicam 5340s
until it fits in place.
3. Connect one end of the A/V cable to the A/V terminal of the
4. Connect the other end to the A/V input socket of the TV set.
5. Turn the TV and Vivicam 5340s on.
6. Playback the still images/video clips.
The method of operation is the same as playing back still
images and video clips on Vivicam 5340s.
I hope this helps:)
Any of the following 3 will work.
S-Video ? Composite (Video) ? Audio (RCA)
Information taken from: http://www4.shopping.com/xPF-Sony-CCD-TR748
images of S-Video cable and Composite/RCA cables listed below.