I have the same problems. No fixs or any help at all on this issue. Seen a few other posts with the same problem but nobody seems to be able to figure it out and Samsung says it is your computer but I have formated a few times with differant versions of windows and still the same problems.
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If what you want is to transfer it to the computer, then just transfer it after capturing the video using an usb chord. If what you want is to use this as a digital cam, then you have to install a certain software.
You cannot transfer the video from Mini-DV to SD card within your camera as your camcorder does not have this feature. If your purpose for finding this function is to transfer your footage to your computer, you may try using the firewire port in your camera to connect it to your pc.
If you need help with the firewire connection, feel free to post a follow up.
Hope this helps!
i had a similar problem (other camcorder) and the problem was a software that i had installed before (video coders, and some programing libraries that got missinstaled )... (it worked many times before that).
U can try to change u're capture software, or try a OS reinstall ....
A FireWire connection would definitely help you out here, as they are designed to be much faster and of better quality than a standard Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection. Whoever told you USB is faster is definitely misinformed, or have unusual software issues with FireWire
I have a Sc-D365, which as I understand it, the same as the SC-D363 but has a couple more bells and whistles. You need to download the drivers and other software so it will talk to your computer. Go to : http://www.samsung.com/us/support/search/supportSearchResultView.do?group=&group_cd=&type=&type_cd=&subtype=&subtype_cd=&model_nm=SCD363&dType=D&vType=L&mType=&model_cd=&menu=&language=
to download the stuff you need. The page will have a tab for each of: "Manual", "Drivers", "Software" and you
ll have to select each tab to get the files you need in each category. You will also need to buy a Firewire cable (IEEE 1394) with a small male connector on one end (camera side) and a regular sized connector male on the other (computer side). If you don't already have a Firewire interface on your computer, you will need to get one. That's the only way you can get the video from the TAPE. You will also need to get a USB cable with standard USB male on one end (computer side) and mini on the other (camera side). Once you download the User's Manual, it lists the part numbers of the USB cable and the analog cable to connect it to the TV. The USB cable is used to transfere photos and video files stored on the Memory Stick PRo memory module (user-supplied) and to stream live video to your computer. I use my SC-D365 for webcam applications in video conferencing, it works rather well for that, too. Good luck!
Horizontal bars on the LCD display is ONE indicator of a dirty playback head on the camcorder. Purchase a head cleaning tape (Bestbuy, Target, etc., for about $20) and try cleaning the playback head. I had to do that on my SC-D365 yesterday (9/7/07) and it cleared up the problem.
If you are trying to move video that is stored on TAPE, you need to get a Firewire cable. Using the USB cable, you can only transfer photos and video that is stored on the Memory Stick Pro memory card (user-supplied). The Firewire cable has a standard IEEE-1394 male connector on the computer end and a mini IEEE-1394 male connector on the camera end. If you don't have a Firewire interface on your computer, you will need to get one.