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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: MOV format
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
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
SOURCE: i need a driver
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.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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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