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Connect your Canon camcorder to your computer using the firewire cable.
Allow your computer to recognize the device and automatically set the appropriate configurations. If your operating system does not automatically install the drivers for the camcorder, then you must install them manually, using the CD that came with your camcorder.
Open Skype and navigate to the "Preferences" menu under "File" or "Skype" -- depending on which operating system your computer uses.
Select "Video" from the preferences menu and click on the drop-down menu next to "Camera."
Select your Canon camcorder device name from the list of available options in the "Camera" drop-down menu.
Close the preferences menu to save the new camera settings and begin using your Canon camcorder as the video source.
The DC21 was not marketed in the United States, and I cannot locate an English version of the manual on Canon Europa's site (although the manual is available in six other languages there). But the DC21 appears to be quite similar in specification to the DC22 that was marketed in the US. Here is a link to the DC22 manual. Understand that the specifications for the NTSC model may be different than the PAL model, but operating procedures should be very much the same.
Hi download the manual for the camcorder aqnd follow the instruction on deleting video page 38 Canon Vixia HF10 Manual (http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/CANON/VIXIA%20HF10-_E)
I just solved my own problem by disassembling the camcorder until I had access to the little motor which operates the eject mechanism. It sits on the corner of the mechanics subassembly, close to the cassette. By applying about 3.5 Volts DC from a regulated power supply to the two motor contacts, it started to operate (test which direction it needs to go by trying both polarities) and lifted the cassette out of the play position and ejected it. Only since the tape was still wound around the drum, I had to use a thin tool to turn the cassette hub in order to tighten the tape a bit. Then the protective cover of the cassette closed and I could slide the cassette out of the slot by hand. Bingo!
follow the manuals instructions for this, ergo: leave the tape hatch open for at least 30 minutes to an hour, and try again. If this doesn't work. Call canon, and see if they can repair or replace your XL2