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Record the film from dcrtrv460 ntsc to the PC

Which cable I need for transferring my videos from dcrtrv460 ntsc to the PC?

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  • vperaka Nov 23, 2008

    I have Samsung VP-D361i - (pal) model and I have a cable connecting 4pin in Camcorder to USB cable of my laptop. the software (pinnacle) is not captureing / transferring video from camcorder to my laptop. Can you please help me can it be possible with this cable or I need firewire 1394 cable connecting to my laptop. Thanks in advance

  • cb20 Mar 07, 2009

    i have canon optura 40 digital video camcorder mini dv... but i cant download video in my pc plz help me out

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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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According to the manufacturer, this particular model appears to allow filming in NTSC format only. Unfortunately this means that in order to play any video footage recorded on this camcorder, the device being used to play the footage back would also need to be NTSC-compliant.

Please keep in mind that while some electronics sold in Europe may be both NTSC and PAL-compliant, it cannot be guaranteed that footage filmed using your camcorder will be compatible with all multi-format model devices.

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