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CANNOT GET TO TRANSFER MY VIDEO FROM MY CASETTE CAMCORDER TO THE COMPUTER USING MY 4POINT FIRE WIRE CABLE,THEY SAID I CAN USE THE ADOPTER AND THE FIRE WIRE CABLE IF I DON'T HAVE THE JACK FOR THE IEEE 1394 CABLE BUT I CANNOT GET TO DO THE TRANSFER TO MY COMPUTER,I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO.

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You will need to hook your camera up to the fire wire to transfer itto the converter so connet the firewire to the camera and hit the play button however I don't know if your converter has a program that finalizes the video once your done recording. On some camera's it will finalize the DV and then it is the only thing you can use to transfer to the DV converter or to your computer, let me know what type of camera you have and I can tell you how to connect it to do it.

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