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Re: TRouble shooting help needed for the error E:60:10
Non distilled water is conductive. Salty sea water is the worst.
The fact that it's conductive means that it's short circuiting the camera when still wet, and if you had the camera on at the time or before it dried then you're likely to have fried it to some extent.
apart from that, the longer it has been since it got wet, before you opened it up and serviced it, the more damage you allowed to set in. Corrusion from the salty water is eating away at the electrical boards, and before long the damage is irepairable.
You should take it to a lab ASAP when something like this happens and hope they can save it. If the camera got only slightly splashed then there's a chance the damage is only local and can more easily be fixed.
Sorry, and I hope you get away with it ;]
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Two things here. Is your cam corder a digital one? If so there should be a connector on it for either firewire or USB, and if not, you will need some kind of video capture device if your cam corder has outputs on it. If not, you will need a player (vhs-c or 8mm or whatever your format) that can send out to the computer. Once this connectivity is done, you need video capture software that will "encode" the video files that will be produced. If your cam corder is already data (hard drive onboard or SCD card recording, you will only have to "demux" the format you have into the format that you are seeking (ie.. MPG to AVI or so on).
I hope that helps you out.. let me know if you need more clarification. It also might help if you give the media you have (VHS-c etc.) and the available outputs that you see on your cam corder. Thanks!
My cam corder is model number DCR-PC9 not DCR-TRV525
dileep007 tried to help me was not successful
I have always used DVM60 casset Willappreciate help to solve the problem. Sincerely