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I have a 1394 cord for my camcorderand my notebook, software says its not compatible to ilink, do i need to buy just a sony ilink 1394 cord? what the difference?

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You emailed me and asked me about a sony tv 34 probelm, i dont have that problem, i have a 1394 cable problem with my camcorder

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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 dnt hav usb cable for my handy cam DCR-HC52E ...


Product Summary
    4-pin to 4-pin IEEE 1394 iLink FireWire Cable dv out to laptop Connect and transfer home movie from your digital camcorder to Notebook computer.

    You will need a Firewire port on your computer, also known as a DV port or IEEE 1394, to use this cable. This is NOT a USB cable.

    This DV cable will connect your laptop (notebook)
    NOTE: for some models, becuase of no DV jack on the body, this cable connects to docking station/cradle instead of connecting directly to your camcorder.
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Mar 20, 2011 | Sony DCR-HC52E Mini DV Camcorder

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I cant download my DCR-TRV250 Digital 8 videos to my computer. I tryed on Win 7 and Win XP, with or without Sony drivers... But no computers recognize my cam. Also I looked for help on Sony eSupport, but...


From the Sony support page for this camera, it has the following:
  • Drivers:
    • The drivers needed to connect your Sony camcorder to a computer and transfer files are already included in the operating system.
  • Not Supported:
    • The USB streaming feature is not supported with the Windows 7 operating system.
    • The Windows 7 Starter edition is not supported.

From the user manual page 184, they explain how to connect a iLink (IEEE 1394) cable from the camcorder to your computer. Since "USB streaming feature is not supported with Windows 7" as stated above, you now how to retrieve your video using the iLink connection instead.
Unfortunately, the camera does not come with an iLink cable, so you have to buy one. Additionally unfortunate is the fact that many computers do not have a IEEE 1394 connector to use with the iLink cable. As a result, you have to buy an adapter card for your desktop computer or hope that your laptop has a built-in IEEE 1394 port.
Once you get the iLink to IEEE 1394 issue resolved, you can then use the software provided by Sony or any DV capture software to download high quality copies of the video from your DCR-TRV250.





Dec 30, 2010 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV250 Digital Camcorder

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Cannot read the tape playing in sony DCR-HC90E even I've used 1394 ilink


to see the video you need to open it with the right software.
try windows movie maker if you have windows XP. it comes for free
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloads/updates/moviemaker2.mspx

Jan 24, 2010 | Cameras

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A sony dcr-trv 103 camcorder and I want to connect to computer


Yes, the brandnames Firewire (Apple) and iLink (Sony) are both IEEE 1394 interfaces.
Your cam should require a 4-pin to a 6-pin, both IEEE 1394. Hope this helps.

Apr 20, 2009 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV103 Digital Camcorder

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Connect Sony Handycam to Gateway laptop


tell me the model of ur gateway laptop if u have firewire port 1394 on ur laptop u can easily connect thru cable u have to buy it separately u can go for generic one no need for an expensive branded one just check the connector type on both sides is it 4 pins or 8 pins pls let me know with details ur cam have firewire port i know but ur laptop i am not sure abt it pls tell me the model of laptop

if u dont have 1394 port on laptop then u have to buy a express card which have firewire 1394 connector or pcmcia card i dont know which card ur laptop supports after u tell me the model i can help

pls rate me for my help

Mar 06, 2009 | Sony Video Cameras

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DCR-TRV19 compatible with an apple computer?


Hi heather719,

Unfortunately, the DCR-TRV19 is only compatible with windows - see the list of compatible versions at this address:

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=DCRTRV19

The only compatibility it has with Macs (and it doesn't always work) is to view still images via USB cable. In order to do this, you must manually install the required drivers from the software CD on your Mac. See the user's manual for instructions on how to do this:

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/DCRTRV19.pdf

The reason the video playback is not compatible with Macs is that you have to use an iLink cable, which is Sony's version of an IEEE 1394 ("Firewire") cable, and the iLink is only compatible with PCs (since that's what Sony makes).

If you want to get content from the tape in your camera onto a Mac, you must either:
1) Load it onto a PC, save it to a portable memory device, and transfer it, or...
2) Connect a MiniDV deck to your Mac, take the tape out of your camera, and put in the deck (like a VCR).

I'm sorry I can't give you better news - please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Kind regards,
H2H

Dec 05, 2008 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV19 Mini DV Digital...

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Firewire


Yes, you can capture camcorder video from a miniDV camcorder using a FireWire cable and video capture software. Your computer came pre-installed with Windows Movie Maker, or iMovie (if you are on a Mac).

FireWire, IEEE 1394 and iLink are all the same thing. There are 4 and 6 pin FireWire cords. My guess is that you need a 4pin to connect to your camcorder and a 6 pin to connect to your computer. But it all depends on what ports you have available.

You can get a FireWire cord for less than $10 at most computer electronics stores

Check out this FireWire guide for more information:
http://www.stashspace.com/video-editing/firewire-guide.stm

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HANDYCAM HOOKUP


YOur camcorder will have to have a 1394, firewire or ilink port. they are all the same thing ( firewire ) , bur sony calls it ilink so they dont have to pay apples licensing fees. If not, you will need a sony8 video tape deck with firewire out.

Any other questions?..keep me posted.

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