Question about Video Cameras
I hade old model cassette handy cam,only av out is there how to transfer the videos to computer ,now I using tv tuner card but out put quality is very poor looks like 3gp format which one is the right devise for transfer to computer
I recall putting in a transfering chord and plugging it in on the other side and then your computer should make a noise like a cd in a video player and then something should pop up like Imovie and then you have a choice to import or delete them all but don't forget to be very careful which one you choose.
If you don't have a transfering chord go to the closest electronic store you have near you and ask for the help you need.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I would like to know more about this USB adapter cable you bought. The camera has a IEEE-1394 (commonly refered to as Firewire or i-Link) connection that is inherently incompatible with USB. I don't see how one cable could do the trick unless it had some kind of conversion hardware built into it. Does it have a little box on the cable or is it just a straight cable?
CNet.com says that your laptop has a four pin Firewire port on it. I would go to BestBuy and tell them you need a Firewire cable with a four pin connector on both ends. If they give you a weird look tell them that is the small Firewire plug, not the big one. If they are still confused, get somebody else to help you. Then use that cable to plug your camera into your computer. Windows should recogonize it automatically. If it doesn't there may be a problem with you camera.
Posted on May 22, 2009
You can use a card reader to transfer your file from your handycam to your computer. Remove the memory card in your camera and insert it to the card reader and insert it to your computer to transfer your recorded video.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
I think these firms who tell you silly prices for doing what is simple put these costs on because they dont want to do the work, I was told that a washer was going to cost me £190 on my bath taps, simply because I lived too far out of town and they did not want to take the job on.
By running your tape to and fro a bit (not too far) the door will open.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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