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Re: audio and video
If you are in record mode, and you are aiming your camcorder at the TV, you are going to get lines across the screen because the TV and camcorder have different frame rates and you can see this difference when you record a program through the lens of the camcorder. You need to have a camcorder and TV that have the same frame rate, but I don;t think that is viable for the home.
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it seems to be the magnetic head of your camera is either dirty or damaged, if it is dirty please use a head cleaner cassette to clean it, if it is clogged with dirt, clean it manually with some cleaning liquid, use a cotton swab to do this. be careful to avoid damaging the scanning chip on the head drum, don"t put pressure on it.
Not sure what year your set is but These don't have S video cables anymore. They use component and HDMI as well as the standard audio video cables. What you need is a cable that fits the DV out on the camera on one end and a component or audio video (Red White and Yellow) on the other to plug in your set. try Radio shack or your Local Sony dealer. I have found these on E bay for much less than what the Sony stores will charge. There are even sitch boxes that have several variations of connections that can be used.
You must have a Y-cable with a mini USB on one end and two or 3 RCA adapters at the other end. You connect the one-end to the A/V out of the camera and the yellow RCA to the video IN of the TV The other two ends are the audio Left and right signals (if stereo). Connect them to the left and right audio IN ports. You turn you camera ON. With you TV remote you set the input signal to A/V. You should be able to view your pictures or video on a TV.
You have a problem with a stuck shutter lens. Try freeing it by putting the shutter on auto shutter. You can try shaking the camera to free the shutter mechanism. Also try using a solid object to tap around the lens to free the shutter. Do not damage your camera with these fixes. If these fixes do not work for you, you will have to take your camera to a service person and have them free up the mechanism. I hope this information helps you with your problem.
You need to purchase a device that converts analog video to digital. It looks like a little box (or cable) with video and audio inputs on one side and a USB or firewire connector on the other. There are lots of choices and prices depending on whether you want to edit the video or just view it on your computer.
By the way, don't be confused by those set top boxes that convert Digital TV signals to your old TV because of the February change in broadcast standards. That's completely a different issue.
Hi There, Try this: Connect you camcorder to your tv set via a/v input cable. Put camera in cam mode so you can see the picture on the tv. Turn up the volume on tv and if it squeels, the mic on the cam is ok. Record something and then play it back on the tv, if its ok, then all your audio is functioning. This means that the SPEAKER on your camera is defective.
Thanks, mr cicmo
Does your TV have an input which would be lited as Video 1?
There should be video and audio outputs from the camcorder and if you have video and audio inputs to your TV you just need a cable and the capability to view it on your TV. If you don't have audio and video inputs to your TV you should check out the sales at the local electronics store. I hope this helps.
You do noy need an AC adapter to view on your TV.
How are you connecting to the TV.
Also try on another TV and see if the problem still exists.
Let me know the outcome and I will see if I can assist more.
To connect your camcorder to a TV (or VCR), you'll need audio/video cables. These need to be run from the VIDEO and AUDIO jacks on the camcorder to the VIDEO and AUDIO inputs on the TV (or VCR).
Once cabling is completed, follow either of these scenarios:
When connecting the camcorder directly to the TV, turn on the TV and tune it to the video input channel by pressing the INPUT button on your remote control.
# When connecting the camcorder to a VCR that is already connected to a TV: Turn on the VCR and place it in the Line or Camera mode.
# Operate the TV as you normally do to see the signal coming from the VCR.
Select camcorders have an S-VIDEO jack, which offers higher video quality. Provided your TV or VCR has an S-VIDEO input jack, connect the camcorder to the TV or VCR using an S-VIDEO cable. Since the S-VIDEO cable only transfers video, you will also need to use an audio cable. Select the S-VIDEO input on your TV or VCR to view the signal coming from the camcorder.