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HELLO,I HAVE DCR-HC26 MODEL,I CANT TRANSFER THE VIDEO TO MY COMPUTER ,WINDOWS VISTA.HOPE U CAN HELP ME.THANKS

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HELLO,I HAVE DCR-HC26 MODEL,I CANT TRANSFER THE VIDEO TO MY COMPUTER ,WINDOWS VISTA.HOPE U CAN HELP pleas give me solution my pc refusing usb support

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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How to transfer sony dcr-hc26 videos to pc using usb cable thanks


The Sony HDR-HC26 is a miniDV tape based camcorder. No surprises if you can't get USB streaming working.

ALL miniDV tape based camcorders transfer DV-format video by conneting the DV port of the HD camcorder to the Firewire port of your computer. USB won't work. The "DV" in miniDV = Digital Video. It is as digital as the digital video from flash memory or hard disc drive or DVD based camcorders - only better because it is not compressed as much as the others.

Memory cards are not the only way to store digital video - and while not as good as miniDV tape, memory cards are not as bad as DVD based consumer camcorders...

Firewire IEEE1394, DV and i.LINK are all the same thing.

If your computer does not have a firewire port, hopefully it has an available expansion slot (PCI for desktops; PCMCIA or ExpressCard for laptops), so you can add one.

Oct 17, 2010 | Sony DCR-HC26 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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I have windows vista and i cant install the usb driver and pixela programs for this handycam please help me.


the usb driver and pixela application is not compatible with windows vista. usb streaming is not supported by windows vista and 7 OS. however it would still be possible to transfer videos from your dv camcorder using the dv interface (ieee1394 or ilink) connection. you would need to have an ilink (ieee1394) card installed in your computer. you can check by going to device manager window. if you don't, try checking with your PC manufacturer recommendations for an ieee1394 chipset or card.if you do, all you need is an ilink cable (btw, the cam uses 4pin jack).get the correct cable for use with the PC and camcorder, and use windows moviemaker for your video capturing software.hope this helps.thanks :)

also, here's the support site for your unit:
http://support.sony-europe.com/dime/camcorders/dv/dv.aspx?site=odw_en_GB&m=DCR-PC101E

Mar 31, 2010 | Sony Handycam DCR-PC101E Mini DV Digital...

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I have a Sony DCR-HC26E handycam. It was working perfectly with Windows XP but now I changed my laptop and its having Windows Vista in it. So my laptop is not recognizing the handycam and the software...


I have a sony DCR-HC26E i dnt have the driver i cant transfer my video on my pc by dv can you help me were i can download the driver for free

Apr 03, 2009 | Sony Video Cameras

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Transferring to dvd


hello, heres a link to a web sight were you can get the software to your sony camcorder mini
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=DCR-HC26&region_id=1

Mar 31, 2009 | Sony DCR-HC26 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Sony dcr-hc26


Please go to camera menu and enable USB Streaming. your PC will recognize it and problem will resolve.

Sep 24, 2008 | Sony DCR-HC26 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Sony Handycam DCR-HC26


don't expect any help from sony, they are too lazy to take the time, i'll never buy sony again

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XP does'nt recognise Handycam


you will have to use the supplied software or just about any other video editing software to download the video to your pc. here is a link to a retail outlet for sony software.
http://www.picture-package.com/product_info.php?products_id=127

Mar 23, 2008 | Sony DCR-HC26 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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XP does'nt recognise Handycam


Hello Laura. You cannot transfer video from this camcorder with a USB cable. You will need a DV cable. This cable did not come with your camcorder. You will also need software for the transfer process. Windows Movie Maker can do this although I've never used it. I used a product called Scenalyzer. There is a free demo version at www.scenealyzer.com, but it will leave a watermark on your video if you don't pay for it. You might try Windows Movie Maker first if you already have it.

Once you have captured the video on your computer, you cannot just burn it to a DVD as a file if you want to play it in DVD players. This too requires special software.

I'm travelling for work right now, but when I get home in a few days I can be of more help. If you want to keep going on this, get a DV cable and see if you can capture the video with Windows Movie Maker and let me know.

Jan 12, 2008 | Sony DCR-HC26 Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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