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You should still have a mini-jack to phono cable with 3 plugs R/ W/ Y? You can either connect to a tabletop video recorder or find a suitable computer accessory:- the Video - USB Capture Video USB Capture PC MAC is an example. Check if it works with XP first!
Hi, video can be transferred to your computer from the camera by using the USB cable that came with the camera. Just hook the cable up to the camera and the computer, and then you can transfer files to your computer by using the screen and joystick on the camera.
The only requirement is that the camera has to be on AC power when you transfer files, so you'll have to remove the battery and set up the AC power cable and DC power cable before you can transfer any files. If you try it on battery power, the camera's screen will tell you to put it on AC power.
needs drivers to install camera to laptop. or In order to place taped videos to the PC, you need a Fire Wire port on your computer, a 6pin to 4pin fire wire cable, and a lot of hard drive space. One hour is about 14 gigs when transfered 100% uncompressed. After editing and compression though the file size is very manageable.
**For every minute you record it takes one minute to transfer to the PC* or you need a usb videop capture to transfer video to your laptop
From what I have heard this camera has no firewire, but it has USB download to PC and AV sockets, I hear that a new version soon will carry the firewire mode as I like many other camera user's do find that the firewire to PC connection is the best, but saying that if you record on the flash mem mostly you can plug that card into the latest PC's anyway, if you can do that then it will be very high def movies indeed. I would not like to use a USB download cable as you will find picture suffers badly.
If you have a dvd recorder, you can hook up the cam to a recorder if it has rca jacks on the end of the cable. Or if your handycam has a memory card slot, record straight to memory card or transfer memory to memory card, then place it in a computer with an sd memory card slot.
I have got a sony DCR-HC21 E PAL video camera but i am unable to transfer the video to my computer when i connect it through the usb cable the computer did not recognize the camera at all, can you help me how to transfer the recordered video to my computer through my e-mail email@example.com.