Despite this hand held camcorder being descibed as a very simple film recorder to use I am unable to store footage from the camera on my P.C.
I am able to play it back on my T.V. but not on my P.C.
My opearting system is XP, very confused
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Sony and the other media suppliers do not recommend re-recording over any digital tapes, including MiniDV. Re using tapes can lead to dropouts and errors after only a few times. With MiniDV prices so inexpensive these days (in the grand scheme of things), is there any reason NOT to use new tape? Also, many companies keep all their MiniDV tapes as a kind of stock footage archive. You never know when you might need a shot that you have already filmed, and it saves considerable time and money to pick the tape off the shelf.
hi there i have a sony dcr sr55 camcorder i do videos for clubs turns . they say its good picture but sound is distorted . how to sort it is i need a mixing deck to atatch to camera or do i atach it to theres on stage . not sure how i can sove this problem . on my camera i carnt adust my recording levels. have you got a number so i can ring you about this isue.. paul
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