Question about Sony Handycam CCD-TRV107E Camcorder
I open the 8mm tape to transfer the ribbon to a new 8mm case, but the small tiny part came off. Now I don't know how to put it back. I need to see the inside of the tape maybe by looking at it I'll be able to put that thing back. Thanks.
I am new to this computer sorry, I am trying to transfur Sony 8mm tapes on to DVD RW disks via the computer, thank you for replying.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
Hi there. You need to transfer your videos to your computer and then burn them to DVD using a program like Record Now, or Nero. You should be able to get this from Best Buy, or you can get it online from their websites. If you have any other questions, let me know with a comment. Thanks for coming to FixYa.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: sticky 8mm sony tape
need to go to an AUTHORIZED SONY REPAIR SHOP to get it fix , these camcorders are very delicate and needs to be tune and realign by a SONY EXPERT TECHNICIAN , thanks AJ
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: transfer 8mm,hi8,digital 8 to pc
Since my request..Found i could answer my own questions. Brought firewire card with 6 pin socket.Also brought a cable with a 6 pin to fit the firewire card @ a 4 pin on the other end for the camera .Found my install cd. Loaded the USB installation. Got my connection completed between the camera @ the computer.With regard to the tape formats no problems at all.With nero 6 not sure yet.My home movies go back as far as 1989 and the quality is as good as new.Hope SONY don't stop making the dv tapes. With the external hard drives for editing @ storage need an answer for capacity James from Auckland New Zealand.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
You will use the DV (firewire) jack on your camcorder. This is located under your A/V out jack (towards the front of the camcorder under the light). Depending on what type of connector your computer has, you will need to get a firewire cable (also known as IEEE-1394a cable). The connector on your camcorder is a 4-pin connector. You will either have that same looking connector on your computer (some laptops now have the 4-pin connector) or a 6-pin connector (D shaped).
This pic is of a 4-pin to 6-pin cable. These are available at many electronic stores and online. To be safe, have your camcorder powered off when connecting to the computer. Once you have connected the cables, turn your camcorder on (playback mode) and insert the tape that you would like to transfer. Your computer should recognize it and install the appropriate driver. Most computers have some sort of free video editing program (like Windows Movie Maker). Depending on the software, you may have the option to import the entire video tape or only parts.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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