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Transfer video to my desktop

How can I transfer video to my desktop as a file to email someone like a video clip?

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Re: transfer video to my desktop


you can do that by using your bundled software for your video camera. but if you dont have one, you can always download at

when you already have the video downloaded to your computer, you can always clip it and reduce its filesize so that you can send it thru email to reduce the upload time to your email.

hope this helps you.

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How do you continue to record using previously recorded file on the sanyo xacti

- you can continue recording if you have'nt stopped the recording or if you have'nt turned off the camcorder yet .
-you can pause a recording then continue when you want.
-your camcorder will record clips and you can always connect all those video clips as one using a may use video editing softawares like windows movie maker to connect your clips

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-open your video editing software and arrange your video clips as you want them to then save the video. :)

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Hello. I lost my codec "install" CD for my Vivitar ViviCam DVR-565 Hard Drive Camcorder camera. How can I get the driver "codecs" now? Cannot find them "online". I need them desperately - in...

Transfer media from my camera to my computer manually (Using Windows)
1. Use the USB cable that came with your camera to connect your camera to your computer.
2. MSDC appears on the LCD.
3. A window appears with a list of options, select "Open folder to view files" and click OK.
4. Open the DCIM folder and the folder inside to view the media files.
5. Select the media and copy the files from this folder into your computer. Optionally, select the files and choose Copy from the Edit menu. Then select a folder and choose Paste from the Edit menu.
6. We recommend that you copy the images into the Pictures/My Pictures folder and the videos into the Videos/My Videos folder.
7. Do not disconnect the cable during transfer. Doing so will cancel the transfer of any files on their way to your computer.

This camera does not need specific drivers from Vivitar (driver=instructions for hardward like a camera)
If you miss the old program you can probably download from the vivitar site their "Vivitar Experience Image Manager". If you're having a problem with codecs (the information your computer needs to decode video formats so you can watch them) you can get all the latest codecs by going to google and typing in "download matroska pack" and download the matroska codec pack.

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I have a Panasonic digital video camera and use their videocam suite software. How can I send a video clip by email to friends. Can't seem to work it out! Thanks Emma

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* try to compress the file before attaching it in the email

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JPEGs are picture not video files. Find out if your email provider allows movie files to be emailed they may also have a limit on how large any file can be before emailing it. If you need to share the video files there are sites for large file sharing that you can search for.
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I have the same camera, and after spending frustrating time w/ Panasonic, Apple, support and clerks in Best Buy, etc...the fact is that the camera is currently not supported by iMovie for automatic import. Having said that, there is a workaround, which has been posted in numerous other forum topics, which is the following:

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It's a bit of a pain, but I hope Apple will at some point update iMovie to deal w/ these kinds of camcorders, as they get more popular. Lastly, there are many technical aspects of converting these files, as you'll see in Streamclip. I don't know the ins and outs, but found the 'remove interlacing' gave me a better final video file. You can play w/ the conversion settings and see...
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