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How do you insert a video 8 cassette into the vhs cassette adaptor.


There's no way! They are two vastly different systems.
Video8 tape is nearly 1/4 inch wide whereas VHS tape is 1/2 inch wide - and thats just the begining!
Electronically, everything about them is different which is why Video8 came out from Sony in 1985 to improve on VHS systems and camcorder quality.
The higher quality version Hi8 followed in 1990 which made it's way into the professional market too.
I used the both formats for TV news and other programmes 1989-2000 when I went over to DVCAM, a professional compact cassette system also from Sony so I know the 8mm systems inside out.

Nov 20, 2010 | Panasonic PV-P1 VHS-C CASSETTE ADAPTOR

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I have a GE CG818A Camcorder, when I play it it only plays black and white. Was wondering if there is a used Sony or any camcorder that would play my Video8 P6-120MP tape, in color.


I have the exact same camera and same exact same problem. Any analog Video8 or Hi-8 camcorder or VCR will play these tapes.

By using the same cassettes as Hi8, many (NOT ALL) Digital8 (produced by Sony exclusively) camcorders are able to play analog Video8/Hi8 recordings, preserving compatibility with already recorded analog tapes.

you can connect Digital8 camcorders to your computer to download your movies for editing or Internet use.

As of 2008, Digital8 camcorders have been removed from the equipment offered by Sony.

Sep 29, 2010 | Sony 8mm Stantard Grade 120 Minute...

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What type of cassette do i need for a sharp VL-A10 viewcam 8


You need to use a tape that says 8mm or Video8 only. I have provided a link to the type of tape that we would use.

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-MP-Video8-tape-120min/dp/B0009WUCG6/ref=sr_1_7?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1284056100&sr=1-7

There are tapes that say Hi8 and Dig8 on them. These tapes will not work properly in your camcorder because they are the wrong format. Your camcorder would probably chew the tape at some point if you tried to use this kind.

Hope this has helped.
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Sep 09, 2010 | Sharp Viewcam VL-A10U Camcorder

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Car casette player won't accept cassettes. I put a cassette in and it spits it right back out.


Your casette player must have something lodged in it that's why it spits the casette tape back out. If you are able to, try dislodging the player from your dashboard. Shake it and if there's something noisy inside, chances are that's your culprit. Try to get it out by shaking the player while keeping the casette tape door open - like getting coins from a piggy bank. :)

Hope this helps!

Fix14

Jun 16, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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How do i download from a sony video8 ccd-trv37 to a computer


you will have to connect the audio/video out from the camera to a dvd burner then you will be able to load from the dvd disk into your pc video file
thats is the only way,because on this model
you dont have the usb out put...
hope that will help you
regards Alan

May 18, 2010 | Video Cameras

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I want to transfer casettes to a cd.


Hi
To transfer any audio or video casette to cd you need an audio casette player/vcp or vcr for playing back the video on the computer, a video capture card installed on the computer and the software to capture the video like Pinnacle which will save the audio/video file in mp3, mpeg format on the computer. The casette player or the vcr can be attached to the computer tower through the video capture card.

Jun 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Video8 tapes upload to computer


You need a capture card or firewire output in your camera (This is faster) these capture card bring a software also for editing. If firewire, there is Premier Pro for PC or Final Cut for MAc. Make sure you have the right output connector on your Camera.

Nov 27, 2008 | Panasonic PV-P1 VHS-C CASSETTE ADAPTOR

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Video8 to DVD


First erase the DVD and then try...
you can erase DVD by right clicking the drive in my computer and selecting "ERASE DVDRW"
then you try to write onto the DVD-RW

Apr 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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ERROR: please remove the casette


There is likely a problem with the transport mechanism. This is something that should be serviced be a professional repair shop.

Sep 12, 2007 | Canon Elura 2 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Put tape in new video cassette


TAKING A GOOD QUALITY TAPE FROM ONE CASETTE AND MOVE TO ANOTHER WITHOUT HARMING THE TAPE QUALITY: TAKE A NEW, GOOD CASETTE AND UNSCREW THE 5 SCREWS HOLDING THE TWO PARTS OF THE CASETTE TOGETHER. AT THIS POINT DO NOT OPEN THE CASETTE. TURN THE CASETTE UPSIDE DOWN (SO THAT THE SIDE WHERE THE SCREWS CAME OUT IS NOW SITTING DOWNWARDS ON A FLAT SURFACE) IF YOU OPEN THE CASETTE BEFORE TURNING IT UPSIDE DOWN, ALL KINDS OF SMALL PIECES WILL FALL OUT AND YOU WILL NOT KNOW WHERE THEY CAME FROM. NOW GENTLY SEPARATE THE TWO PARTS OF THE CASETTE AND PAY ATTENTION TO EXACTLY WHERE THE TAPE RUNS THROUGH VARIOUS SPINDLES, ETC. MAKE A SKETCH IF THIS WILL HELP YOU. GENTLY LIFT OUT THE TAPE AND REPLACE IT WITH THE TAPE THAT WAS IN THE BROKEN CASETTE. THIS IS ASSUMING THAT THE ONLY DAMAGE WAS TO THE CASETTE ITSELF AND NOT THE TAPE. REPLACE THE TOP PART OF THE CASETTE (WITH THE SCREW HOLDS STILL FACING DOWNWARDS). HOLDING THE TWO PIECES OF THE CASETTE TIGHTLY TOGETHER, TURN IT OVER AND REPLACE THE SCREWS. TRY NOT TO HANDLE THE TAPE ITSELF. I HAVE USED RIGHT FITTING SURGEON'S GLOVES WHILE DOING THIS, BUT REALLY DON'T KNOW IF THEY HELP, BUT THEY DO KEEP THE NATURAL OILS OF THE FINGERS OFF THE TAPE.

Feb 26, 2006 | JVC HR-J461MS VHS VCR

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