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heres your solution. all you have to do is plug-in the Y-RCA to your handycam and connect it in to USB slot( computer_. it is compatible to Windows XPSP2, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Once you done all connection, open your video recorded and play. theres an all instructions..how to capture your video...copying to your computer. If you to get this email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A pictures motion browser software ( bundled in your handycam package) should install in your Laptop before you connect your handycam with laptop ( this is to make easy and fast connection/downloading).
Turn on your handycam and connect the USB cable ( bundled in your package) to make devices connection. You should have a notification on your screen. If not, use device manager to check it manually. If still can not found, replace your USB cable.
Using FireWirecable & card will be the absolute solution.
-Stable,trouble free data transfer during video capture. -Video transferred at its maximum resolution 720*576 pixels or something like that compared to 340*240 via USB transfer. -100% supported by any video editing program,even the simplest Window Movie Maker.In other words,forget Sony's software - use something else that wouldn't run you.
Of course,the cable&card might be not very globally available like USB device.But still easy to find and relatively cheap to buy anyway.