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I'm sorry for the difficulties you're experiencing in transferring videos from the Camcorder to the Computer without using the supplied CD ROM. Please note that the driver and software from the supplied CD ROM is not required to transfer videos from the Camcorder to the Computer.
Once you connect the Camcorder to the computer, the Camcorder will recognize as a removable drive under My Computer. You can copy the required videos from the Removable drive.
Please follow the below guidelines for connecting the Camcorder to the Computer.
Once you connect the Camcorder to the Computer, you will get a display to select the media. Select Either HDD or SD card from the option shown in the LCD screen.
You will get the removable drive under My Computer. Please see the below picture to view the folder structure. I hope the information helpful. Please let me know if you require further assistance. Thanks for using Fixya.
You need a program that will capture data from your camera to the hard drive. Pinnacle Studio will work with your camcorder. Insert USB or firewire cable into your camera and into you computer. Once you turn the camera on and the software has been installed, a dialog box will come up on the screen requesting you to load up the studio program.
Your PC is seeing your camera memory as USB mass storage and this is OK. Nothing is wrong with this. Follow the screens and you will see that the computer will see your camera as USB mass storage, and when you open the folder on your computer the camera pictures will be there.
Windows is set up to see cameras as USB mass storage devices for simplicity, so your computer can accept pictures from any camera that connects by USB without needing special software.
If this bothers you, most cameras are sold with their own special software that starts when the camera is connected. Check your users manual and follow the instructions for installing or downloading the software.
This solution is only applicable for the selected camcorder models. You can follow the steps mentioned below for the DCRHC36 models.
Turn on the computer.
On the computer, install the USB driver from the CD-ROM supplied with the camcorder.
Only the USB driver included on the supplied CD-ROM will properly enable the camcorder for USB streaming. The USB Streaming Driver can only be installed from the supplied Software CD.
Turn the camcorder on to the PLAY/EDIT mode.
Turn on the USB streaming feature in the camcorder menu. P-MENU? PICT.APPLI.Menu? USB SELECT? STREAM
Connect the USB cable to the camcorder.
Connect the other end of the USB cable to the computer.
Cue the video to the beginning of the video footage to be transferred.
Start the video capture software on the computer. You can try Software like Windows Movie Maker
oNOTE: The computer must have compatible video capture software to complete this procedure. Many video editing software applications include a capture function. If you have video editing software, you might not need a separate video capture application.
Begin playing the recorded video in the camcorder.
Begin importing the recorded video with the capture software.
Hi, Software calls SPVD-011 USB Driver and CD Part Number is 308613201 (for DCR-DVD210E model) You can buy SPVD-011 CD ROM at Sony Accessories and price is approx $30 Please write Part Number in search box of above said web page to see result. Bye.
when you hook your camcorder in via USB cord, there will be 3 options, mass storage, DPS, and pc cam, choose the third and usualy chatting websites will automatically recognise the camera and your all set!
This sounds like a device-driver problem. The camcorder will never be recognized by your PC until you get the right driver and then the 'Mass Storage' msg will go away.
Vista is too new for the D363. Check the Samsung website for a Vista driver for USB.