Is there a USB cable available for use with NV DS60 or can you only transfer files through firewire? If it is only by firewire, can you get some hardware that will allow you to use firewire in conjunction with USB as my PC doesnt have a firewire port? thanks
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You must connect using a firewire cable to the camera firewire port and computer.
Firewire may also be called iLink or IEEE1394a.
Open Windows Movie Maker for PCs or iMovie using a Mac.
Any other video editing application will also work.
USB will transfer your still photos to a PC.
If you wish to copy movie files you will require a firewire cable and ports.
Usually a 4 to 6 pin firewire cable depending on the computer. eg laptop verses Desktop/Mac.
You must have a Firewire cable to transfer video from the camera to the pc. It can't be done with the USB cable. That's only good for transfering still photos. If your computer doesn't have a Fireware connection, then you must purchase a Firewire card separately then add it to the computer. Windows Movie Maker is all that's needed for the software.
To transfer video from your camera you will need a firewire cable and a firewire port on your PC. If you don't have such a port you can buy a PCI firewire port.
After you connected your camera with firewire cable you can then use windows movie maker to transfer your video. See this for more info and photos
You will need a firewire cable.
It has 2 different connectors on it. On small 6 pin plug for the camera end, and a larger (almost like a USB but with tapers at one end and slightly thicker) plug at the other.
Your computer will also need to have firewire either built onboard, or via an addin card that you can purchase at any PC shop.
The connector for the camera side plugs into the side of the camera near the battery.
Hope that helps =)
You will need probably need a 4 pin to 6-pin firewire cable with adapter.. A software called Showbiz DVD2
was able to detect my camera and allow me to control the Camera options
via the firewire cable to transfer the full video to my hard drive. You
can also use a video program like Pinnacle or Roxio Media. Hope this
helps you out. I know how bummed I was before.
Can't determine this one.
"What is the best and easier way to transfer "...
Sadly this one can't be answered since we'd have to create some list of software, install and connect with USB or Firewire and tabulate the results.
Usually, we have to just settle with others here sharing what works for them, but best is rarely found.