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Re: record the film from dcrtrv460 ntsc to the PC
You will need a firewire cable to transfer videos from a camcorder to PC. If it has USB interface you can also use a USB cable to transfer. Let me know the brand of your camcorder so that we can proceed further..
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You can connect the Camcorder to the Computer using A/V interface to transfer the recordings to Computer.
Once you transfer the recordings from tape to computer, you can use any burning software to burn the recordings to DVDs.
In order to capture the analog videos, you can use the Windows Movie Maker available in the Computer.
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Yes you should be able to get a USB to Firewire cable for about £10 to get your movies over to your PC or Laptop computer, that is what I am doing now, then to edit my films and burn to a DVD to post to mates.
mini usb cable also depends on what inputs your camcorder has but most of them have mini usb inputs then use windows movie maker to put it on the computer if you dont know what cable to get then just take it to the store and they will tell you what cable you need
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I think u r transfering movies or videos wrong way.Actual Procedure is Like this
1.First Connect the camera to the Video capturing cards or Ports of computer.
2.Open Video Capturing Application installed in your pc (comes along with Your capturing device)
3.then Play the videos in Your Camera
4. Then Start Capture in computer.
This is the actual way of capturing Videos to the PC.I think it helps
If it is not Just check the camera audio video jacks.Adjust the TV system(PAL or NTSC) in camera and PC.
If it is not solves u r Problem.Come back with further Information.
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You need a "firewire" card in your desktop or laptop. The iWire cable then connects to that and to the camera. If you are using XP on your pc, you most likely have MS Movie Maker which should work fine for both transfer and editing your movie on your pc.
You need IEEE (Firewire) or "DV" cable to transfer video from the camcorder to your computer. The connection is "DV" and is located on the front of the camera next to the "S" port. The marketing for this camera was deceiving...most customers thought they could hook up the USB to their computer and upload video...well you can't
Several steps are involved.
You will need a firewire or USB cord to connect your camera to your computer. You will need a video capture application on your PC. Macs come with this program, I-Movie. Once captured, the movies can be edited. Your PC will need a combination drive to burn a DVD from the captured material.
An easier way: Take your camera output and feed it directly into a DVD recorder. No editing, but it is a one-step process. I use both methods.
There is no problem on your camera, DCR-HC19E is PAL system(European system) DCR-HC20 is NTSC(American system). Are you in US or Europe? I think your TV is NTSC, cause the tape recorded on DCR-HC19E you played has no color. To confirm, connect your HC20 to TV in camera mode, not recording yet, just look at the TV as your monitor, If its in color, no problem, just erase the old video recorded on the HC19E, but if its important to you, you can convert it to NTSC using a PC. thanks