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the easy way to transfer your footage from your camcorder to pc
is using the firewire cable or the usb. for me the firewire is better
and you can use roxio 10 to edit your video or to put in dvd.
hope that can help you
I don't know if you would call this a solution but I do know that some computers or programs will not except certain cameras. For instance I have a Sony computer and the editing program I have is Adobe Premier which will not except footage from my JVC camera but will except the footage through my Canon camera. I think the Eggheads that design these programs just like to screw with people.
As the camera uses miniDv for video capturing , it need to be converted
in to digital format through a "firewire card". a Fire wire card is a
PCI Card for data transfer. Check whether your system is having the
same. If not, you have to buy one. In addtion to that you need a video
captutirng software like "Sony Vegas" or "Pinnacle Studio."
Why do you need that **** software from Sony?If you have a firewire port on your computer and a firewire cable you can transfer your footage with Windows Movie Maker.In Movie Maker you can choose the DV-AVI option to preserve the full quality of your footage.Later you can use the DV-AVI in Virtual Dub/After Effects/Premiere for editing or encoding.
You cannot transfer the video from Mini-DV to SD card within your camera as your camcorder does not have this feature. If your purpose for finding this function is to transfer your footage to your computer, you may try using the firewire port in your camera to connect it to your pc.
If you need help with the firewire connection, feel free to post a follow up.
Hope this helps!
If you can play the DVD disc on your computer you will be able to transfer footage and edit it.
Put the DVD disc into your PC's DVD drive, then
1. Select 'start' 2. Select 'My Computer' 3. Find your PC's DVD drive in the display of devices shown, right click on it, then left click on 'Explore' in the drop down list. 4. Copy all the files you see shown with the 'Explore' option to a folder on your hard drive.
You can now use the software you normally use to edit the files you've just transfered to your hard drive.
I use ISO Buster to read the AVCHD footage into my computer and then edit with Pinnacle Studio. With ISO Buster, you place the 3" AVCHD DVD into your regular DVD Rom drive on your computer and it will rip the raw files directly from the disk. You cannot transfer the movies from the DX1 to Pinnacle or any other editor using the USB cable.
I am trying to find out how I can transfer the video footage from my camcorder tapes onto my laptop to then store as DVD's. Is it possible? how can free down load driver frmo website is it also posible?