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Transfer Videos to My Computer

How do I transfer video recordings from the camcorder hard drive to my computer?

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U also need to turn on the camera and navigate the menu and set it to transfer to pc

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Hi, I would think you could plug it in with the supplied cable to your computer. Once connected, turn on your camcorder, then navigate to the My computer Icon on your desktop, open, then find removeable media, should come up like any other harddrive, open that, then find your video files, copy and paste.

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Once you connect the Camcorder to the Computer, you will get the DVD disc in the Camcorder as an additional drive under My Computer.
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