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How do you install a capture model cr4vehd digital video recorder with a vandal proof ir vari-focal dome camera

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Well you can send the Video Out from the camcorder, to a "Video In" device and record it to your PC's hard Drive. Then you could "Burn" them to DVD or simply play from the PC. You can get USB to Video In devices that have SVGA or Composite Video in. also some Video cards have this feature, Video In, as do TV cards for the PC.

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The MOV format is an industry-standard format used by many digital still-picture manufacturers. As with the JPEG format used for still images (the primary purpose of EasyShare cameras), the MOV format provides a video capture file that can be used on most computer operating systems and platforms. Kodak EasyShare digital cameras include the free Apple QuickTime player software. If you are interested in more sophisticated editing capabilities, many MOV editors are available from several companies: QuickTime Pro from Apple Computer Inc. is the initial upgrade package to the free QuickTime player software. Search the Internet using the phrase "QuickTime editing" to find many other sources of QuickTime editing software with a wide range of capabilities.

Posted on Aug 29, 2005

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To get your footage into the computer from DV tape you need a four pin firewire (IEEE1493 or iLink) cable from the camera to a six pin cable into the computer. USB will not do a proper job, it's for downloding photos or as you already mentioned, Web caming.

Posted on Sep 15, 2005

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Sony's website says: "Some digital camcorders must be setup to output a signal through the i.LINK® port prior to being connected to a computer. Consult the instruction manual of your camcorder for specific information before continuing with the steps in this solution. Instruction manuals are available in the Manuals/Specs/Warranty section of the Sony® eSupport Web site.

  1. Ensure the i.LINK cable is connected securely to the camcorder and computer.
  2. Ensure the camcorder is turned on and being powered by the supplied AC power adapter.
  3. Ensure the video capture card and software are configured properly to receive the i.LINK signal from the camcorder.
  4. NOTES:
    • Depending on the video capture card and software you are using, you may need to manually configure the capture card and software to receive a signal from the i.LINK port. If applicable, check the Help files of the software or contact the video capture card or software manufacturer for further information.
    • Sony® digital camcorders are not provided with and do not require special device drivers for i.LINK connectivity. The device drivers that allow i.LINK connectivity should be provided with the video capture software. If the software you are using does not appear to have the required drivers, you will need to contact the software manufacturer.
Likely this is the case where the camcorder needs to be setup in order to connect to the Firewire port. This is done inside the menus. Windows XP and Windows Vista will detect a camcorder connected to a Firewire port automatically. Make sure your camcorder is powered up and configured before connecting it. Does your PC have a Firewire port? Many do not, PCI cards with firewire ports can be bought online or from local retailers. Some sound cards come equipped with one.

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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SOURCE: JVC Digital Video Camera GR-DVL107E

Assuming you don't see any video through the viewfinder, it could be that the CCD has died on that camcorder. It happens, though not frequently.

If the video though the viewfinder is clear, there might be some sensor on the lens ring to indicate a lens cap, or an automatic lens cap not properly disengaging when put in record mode. 

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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Let me preface this by my expertise with Pelco Products.....I have been working for Pelco for over 8 years now......So I need to know what the model number of the camera in you DF5 dome is because that Dome Pack number is not a valid part number....Here is how that part number brakes down...the DF5 tells me its a DF5 Dome and the UY is the section of that part number that doesn’t make sense...its not a valid number it should be either a CA ,MA or CC and the 0V21A tells me that it has a smoked bubble with the 13VD2.8-12 vari-focal Auto iris lens...... On a different note we do not make a fixed camera that will fit in a DF5 Dome that can take up to 26-27VDC (Direct Current) So if you are using 26-27 VDC you might have damaged the camera try a 24VAC transformer instead.....Good Luck and the more information you can give to me about the camera that is in the Dome the better.....let me know if this helped..

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