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Re: can I transfer to my computer
Based on the specs of your product yes you can as long as you have IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) or a Video capture card like an ATI all in wonder or just a plan old capture card for the use of S-Video or Composite capture. Unless you have a laptop the your probably only going to have the IEEE 1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) option either through the one on the laptop or by way of PCMCIA Firewire for a laptop. Next you'll need the fire wire cable to go from one to the other. Make sure you gt the right combo on the end either (4pin to 4pin) or (4pin to 6pin) etc. Lastly you need some software to record like Vegas Video, Adobe Primere, or other **** programs. There are free programs out there too.
Just follow the instruction of which ever program you choose, and just record.
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The computer should have all the prorgams that makes video camera record media transferable. Usually the computer is has a built in media decoder program least requiring repairs unless any faults were encountered. Requesting camera recorder prorgams are acquriable at computer retails stores. best buy, target, circuit city, radio shack, wal mart, k mart, sears
This is one of the few models of Digital-8 camera that can transfer video to computer with a USB lead. It will be USB at BOTH ends, but the camera end will be a miniature version. Don't confuse it with the Firewire connection (Sony call this i.Link) which is different and incompatible with USB.
I found several USB leads for this camera by searching Amazon for "DCR-TRV140E usb". The cheapest was about $3.
You can access a Sony tutorial for downloading from this camera, and other information and downloads, at THIS LINK
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.
If the Computer is having Windows Vista installed on it then it's required to use a compatible i.LINK or Firewire cable to connect the Camcorder to the Computer. Once the connection is established, you can use Windows Movie Maker to transfer videos from the Camcorder to the computer. Make sure that the Camcorder is set to the "VCR/VTR" or "Play/Edit" mode and the tape is playing in the camcorder before importing the videos to the Computer.
If you're having Windows XP on the Computer and using USB cable to connect the Camcorder to the Computer then it's required to install the USB streaming driver and the USB driver for connection on the Computer before you can establish a successful connection between the Computer and the camcorder for transferring videos.
You can install the USB streaming driver using the supplied Software installation disc.
Mini dv is a digital recording and VHS is analogue so they are incompatible. Does your camera have an analogue output? That is a lead that ends with something like RCA plugs or a Scart plug. Then you can feed the signal into a VHS recorder.
you can access via USB only SD card on your camcoder.
The only way to transfer from the tape is via Firewire (IEE 1394) . You should have this port on your PC or laptop, if not you can buy external firewire card .