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That's correct, USB cannot transfer video from the tape.
You must use a firewire cable the suits the camera and computer. Usually a 4 to 6 pin firewire cable. Check your equipment for the correct port.
The camera will be 4 pin. Laptops are usually 4 pin. Desktops are 6 pin with later models having 9 pin as well.

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I found some information that said you could transfer still images and Motion-JPEG video clips to your computer using the USB port.

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