I was in a very bad auto accident, a construction truck in fault crushed my back. I had gone to the auto place where my van was that was totalled and video taped it. My lawyer needs me to get this tape 8mm to burn it to a DVD. I can't find the manual that came with the recorder so I have no idea how to hook it up to my VHS/DVD player/Recorder which is already hooked up to my TV. I also would like to know how you can get a still photo made. I do have a Windows XP. HELP my lawyer really needs this for my trail finally approaching!!!!!!
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Re: Sony Video Recorder CCD-SC5
If your video recorder is one of the latest model you should be able to connect it to your computer straight to download the contents to your computer you will need a soft ware to edit and burn to dvd.can you kindly explain more in detail as to what kind of video recorder you have.will be awaiting your reply,in order that i can help you.good luck.
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I have Sony camera recorder CCD-TRV228E PAl Hi8..... t is working OK,but i cant see anything on the display... Somebody told me it was something like ICT orr TCI4 chip.... Can anybody tell me something about this probllem..??
How to Transfer video from Sony Handycam CCD-TR416 to DVD - You need a DVD Recorder / Player, connected to your TV. Then using the audio / video cables from your camcorder, connect them to the TV as well. Turn your TV on so that you can watch the video out from your camcorder and then select the record button on your DVD Recorder / Player. Then you have a DVD that can be watched in any DVD Player or Computer with out any compression. This is how I transfer my camcorder tapes to DVD.
The problem is a bad CCD inside the camera. I have 3 bad ones in my classroom. Sony was providing free service for some of their other models but failed to provide service (recall) on these models. I think it is important to contact Sony at 1-866-703-7669 and ask them why they are not providing support for this model since it has to do with a bad chip inside the camera. Sony should stand behind their consumer products and keep in mind that some people who use the consumer brands also use or recommend the professional brands to organizations like WEVA and others. If they do not support the consumer line products, will they support the more expensive industrial or professional products? Let's go Sony...fix these problems...there are too many of these cameras which have gone bad to say that it is not a CCD problem.
If your alternate DVD player has digital audio out you can make this connection via the 'optical digital in' port on the rear of the unit which corresponds to the Video 2 function. I have done this myself because the inbuilt DVD function in the Sony unit is dead (fixed once under warranty, problem recurred about a year later, same issue as other unsolved posts on this board, DVD function hangs, system won't switch off, etc. common problem with this unit, crap product).