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Transfer video to laptop or pc


This requires a i.LINK socket on the PC, is also known as Firewire or IEEE 1394; if your PC doesn't have one of these inputs, adaptors and add-on cards are widely available). This page from sony shows how

How to transfer DV or Digital8 videos to your PC and supplies the software required.

You can buy a Firewire to USB lead from here.

USB to Firewire Ieee 1394 4 Pin Ilink Adapter Cable 5 feet

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I need drivers for this card, OS XP


You can get drivers from www.driversguide.com

Sep 02, 2010 | MSI VIA VT6306 2-Port IEEE 1394 FireWire...

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Hello, My laptop does not have a firewire port. What do I have to do to transfer video to my laptop from my GL2?


What brand and model is your laptop?
Since we don't know the laptop model I have to cover a little more info here.

Most laptops have at least 1 expansion ports available on the side and you can use that to add additional ports or features if needed such as Firewire, USB2.0, or Ethernet, etc

Older laptops came with 1 or 2 full size PCMCIA ports. Those are rarely used anymore.

Newer laptops usually have an ExpressCard port.
These newer cards come with either 54 or 34 pins so you'd need to get the right one for your laptop.

For example, view the main ExpressCard info here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExpressCard


Be aware that Firewire is officially known as the "IEEE1394" protocol. So some sites may refer to it with that name and it's the same thing. Apple calls it Firewire and Sony calls it iLink.

There are several different pin configurations for firewire.
Original 400Mbps speed Firewire from 1995 has a mini 4 pin or a full size 6 pin cable.

Newer Firewire 800 has 800Mbps speed and is called 1394b.
That has it's own cable connector as well and is not very common. It's much faster than USB (even Firewire 400 is ) but it didn't get used a lot.

The firewire connector s are visible here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_1394_interface


The Canon GL2 uses the original 400Mbps 1394 protocol but the connector might be proprietary since it appears to have 5 pins.
It's visible here from the user manual.
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There are 6-pin sockets and smaller (non-powered) 4 pin sockets and they are both still "firewire" but the small one has less options since it has no power connections with it. So the small connections can send data but can't run a portable hard drive or anything that needs power.

The small connectors are used for laptop ports and camcorders while full size desktops usually have the full size 6 pin ports. So to connect the 2 they make adapter cables with one of each type on each end.

Such as this one:
http://www.amazon.com/Phoenix-IEEE-1394-4-Pin-FireWire-Meters/dp/B000165AS0

That fits most applications but I think the Canon cable is proprietary, so hopefully you have the original cable.

So,
You probably need a laptop 1393 DV expansion card, DV editing software and the right cable. The socket on the GL2 doesn't look like a typical IEEE connector in the user manual so that may be Canon specific. If you still have the original cable that came with it then you're all set.

You can find a laptop expansion card online such as doing a search on Amazon.com with the words expresscard + 1394 and you will see many ExpressCard adapters to pick from.
Get the laptop 1394 expansion card that matches your Canon Cable and that can plug into your laptop on the other end (choose the right 54 or 34 pin type) that matches your laptop.


Jul 25, 2010 | Canon GL2 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Windows vista won't pickup my jvc mini dv camcorder


try finding a driver from the manufacturer of the device windows vista sometimes can not find drivers for certain stuff

Sep 01, 2009 | SIIG 4 x 4-pin Type A Female IEEE 1394a -...

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How to connect IEEE 1394 (4 pin) to computer


IEEE 1394 is commonly referred to as Firewire. Your Dell doesn't support it. You will have to purchase a firewire adapter card and install it and its drivers into your computer.

Apr 22, 2009 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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Firewire problem


It should work. Laptops have a 4pin connection. There is a video on how to specifically connect digital cameras to laptops using 4pin to 4 pin IEEE 1394 cable. So it should work... The video is on www.HandBookLive.com under Electronics category. It doesn't cover the software because all softwares would be different, but you can see that it uses 4 pin to 4 pin. You can double check on this site though.

Sep 06, 2008 | JVC GR-D20EK Camcorder

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1394 Header pin-out


http://ritmotech.com.au/onlineshop/product_info.php?cPath=21_25&products_id=57&osCsid=aeefcbb79e7dab18e3439d5d6c64cb0f

Ritmo PCI to USB + 1394 (CC-C15)



PPA USB2.0 + 1394 Combo PCI Card Model 1509

http://www.ppa-usa.com/products/usb/usb_pci/1578.htm

click on get pinouts for pdf file of card

Pinouts:

USB board is slikscreened with numbers but for reference
pin 1 ground is at top edge of board
and pin 5 plus 5v is towards gold connector edge

1. case Gnd (thick black)

2. D- (green)

3. D+ (white)

4. no connection

5. +5v (red)


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Firewire: (8 pin header on board)
this board uses the 4pin firewire connection standard
NOT THE 6/9 PIN!!!! you only need to connect 4 pins
and if you have a thick case ground cable you can use it

board is slikscreened with numbers but for reference
pin 7 is towards bracket towards top edge of card
pin 8 is towards bracked towards gold edge connector

card header

5 TPB- Orange

6 TPB+ Blue

7 TPA- Red

8 TPB+ Green

3 Case Gnd Thick Black (not thin black) if you have one

(white 30vdc) and (thin black, signal Gnd)
wires are not used

pins 1 and 2 are also unused for firewire connections
please note that this card has +12v on pin 2 instead of the
30v dc that a normal firewire 6 pin connection has

Sep 01, 2008 | Televison & Video

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Detection of my digital camera


if your pc has firewire IEEE 1394 ports then it does not need them added, if it does not then it needs them added,
firewire, IEEE 19394 cables have a pc end that is flat D shaped and a device end that is rectangular with one side bent in.
if you have a socket on the backplane of the pc that looks like the ones in the background
f2339e9.jpg then you have firewire, else you can buy a pci firewire card for any vacant slot for ~$20.00

Jul 17, 2008 | Sony DCR-HC19E Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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