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Hello to everybody; how can transfer my video

Hello to everybody; how can transfer my video from canon v75 hi8 to my pc? pls help me?

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Your camera should be USB so just find a usb cable and plug it in.

You computer should reconise it as removable media and you can broswe your files there.

If its a memory card camera you can just buy a memory card reader and plug this in

hope this helps

alex

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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