Re: old camcorder to computer file is it possible.
Hey and thanks for the reply! i did find a solution to my problem after many hours of searching. i tried loging into my roxio thingy where you can make your own movie type deal and after fooling around with the pictures and videos i had already chose for my movie, i then created it and saved it to my file. after all that **** i was browsing around and found in the menu to the left videos. so i clicked on it and another list of options dealing with videos popped up. i then read one that said capture videos. capturing from the camcorder to the pc. so i clicked on that number and plugged in my old as hell camcorder to the pc i have wich is an hp pavillion home media center m8020n running with vista compatable and wallah i was able to capture all the old vhs recordings to the pc and into my files labled videos. so thanks for everything and spread the word if anyone running this type of set up that the old can work on this peice of equipment.
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I'm sorry to know that the videos are playing back with low volume. I'll be glad to assist you with this. Make sure that the Camcorder is used with a fully charged battery. Increase the volume of the Camcorder using the Volume + - buttons and check if it increase or decrease. You can also try connecting the Camcorder to the Computer or to the TV and check if the transferred videos are playing with normal volume. There are no settings to be done in the Camcorder to increase the recording volume level. You can also backup the files, format the memory and capture a sample video recording and check if it helps. This should resolve the issue.
Hi, You need to buy USB 2.0 Video Capture Adapter Card to do this action.. Pls visit the URL below as an example.. Hope this helps!Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks
You would need to connect your camcorder
to your laptop via a USB cable. Afterwards, the computer should detect
another drive (which is your camcorder).
Go to My Computer and the drive for your camcorder should be listed. Once
you see the drive for your camcorder, you just need to double click the folder where the pictures and videos are locatedit so
that you can copy the pictures or videos that you want to send to your laptop.
Highlight/select the ones that you want to copy, then hit Ctrl+C on your keyboard (this will send a command to your laptop to copy the files that you want to copy). Afterwards, create a Folder on your laptop where you want to transfer the files to. After creating the folder, double click on it, to get inside it, then right click the mouse and select paste (or you can also press Ctrl+V) to transfer the copied files on to the said folder.
seems problem with hard disk that need to be formatted, please make
sure you have copied/ transferred recorded files in computer or format
HD will delete every thing on HD. Press Menu button on lcd screen and
select settings then select HD and select Format, it will take little
time to format hard disk. Now you can record in camcorder. Hope this will help. Thanks.
Yes, you can transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Mac Computer.
Connect the Camcorder to the Mac Computer using i.LINK/Firewire or USB cable.
I suggest that you use the i.LINK/Firewire cable to connect it to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer.
After connecting the Camcorder to the Mac Computer, open the iMovie Application to capture the Videos from the Camcorder and follow the on-screen instruction to complete the transfer of the videos.
Yes it is, plug your camcorder USB cable to the computer and go to MY COMPUTER, Click on your camcorder to access your files. OR remove the Memory Card from the camcorder and Insert into the computer card slot ( if your System has one).
Hope this will help you out.
your camcorder records in AVCHD format which is a bit specialised at the moment, so your going to need special software to edit it.
you can get sony vegas movie studio 8 from amazon for about £30 ish and that will do the job nicely.
be warned .............. you will need a large hard drive (100 gig ish) as it takes a large amount of room to work, also a 3 gig cpu and a mid to high end video card.