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This is one of the few models of Digital-8 camera that can transfer video to computer with a USB lead. It will be USB at BOTH ends, but the camera end will be a miniature version. Don't confuse it with the Firewire connection (Sony call this i.Link) which is different and incompatible with USB.
I found several USB leads for this camera by searching Amazon for "DCR-TRV140E usb". The cheapest was about $3.
You can access a Sony tutorial for downloading from this camera, and other information and downloads, at THIS LINK
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..
You don't say how you are connecting the camera to the PC. The only way to download video in AVI quality is thru the Firewire (IEEE1394) connector. You can download composite video using the A/V connector if your computer does not have a Firewire port, but you will have to have a capture card on the computer to input the video to. In either case, you will need software that facilitates video capture, such as Pinnacle Studio or Roxio EZ DVD Creator. The USB connector is only for downloading still pictures if your computer doesn't have media chip slots.
Hope this helps.