Ihave sony CCD-TRV228E Hi8. i got problems to convert the captured movie into my PC. Do i need the special software or we need only the program such as Nero. please reply our problems as soon as possible. thanks!
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Re: video transfer on to dvd
You will need to fit a video capture card to your PC. Most cheap TV cards have video input. Connect the video and audio output from the camera to the PC card, start the camera on playback and record the video on PC.
It will probably record as an avi file which can be converted to DVD format using for example Nero though there are many progs agailable for free on the web. Burn the files to DVD.
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I have Sony camera recorder CCD-TRV228E PAl Hi8..... t is working OK,but i cant see anything on the display... Somebody told me it was something like ICT orr TCI4 chip.... Can anybody tell me something about this probllem..??
Sony CCD-TRV138 is analog video-8 camcorder that can not be hooked directly with computer because computer needs digital data file where as this camcorder is an analog and has no digital file format.
If you want to transfer CCD-TRV138 movies in computer, you need to convert its analog Audio-Video signal into digital format then save it in computer for further process/ edit etc.
Hook CCD-TRV138 with DVD Recorder in AV Input and burn a DVD, this process will convert analog movie into digital data format, put that CD in your computer and copy-paste files in computer.
Hope this info will help you.
You likely need a video capture card that will accept analog video (several makers like Pinnacle--not a recommend); ...alternatively, if you have a digital video camera, better ones have an analog video input jack by which you can use the digital camcorder as an interface (with analog to digital conversion), and thence to the computer via the firewire cable. ...This technique can also be used to transfer VHS from your old VHS player from its analog output, via the digital camcorder to the PC. ..This way you can transfer into a NLE (non-linear editor) like Adobe Premier, Final Cut, Sony Vegas, AVID, etc ; and edit your video now that it has been digitized. And the Hi8 as you know will have much better resolution potential than the VHS.
CCD-TRV58 is analog camcorder and can not be connected with computer directly as camcorder does not have USB or iLink/ DV ports. Computer needs digital format movie data to store / edit files. You need to hook camcorder audio-video out to DVD recorder and burn DVD of camcorder movie so you will get digital format of movie. Put that DVD in computer and copy files for further process.
Hi, If you are asking about CCD-TRV211 camcorder? CCD-TRV211 is analog Video-8 camcorder so its movie data is not digital and can not be connected directly with computer via USB port. Best and easiest was is to connect camera with DVD Recorder and burn DVD, this will convert analog movie file into digital data and you can copy it to hard disk of computer.
Sony handycam model starts with CCD-XXXX shows that its analog camcorder and its picture signal is analog. You can't connect directly camera with PC to transfer files. You need to install MPEG card or some thing like that in PC 1st and this card will digitize analog picture signal into compatible format.