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Recording from your TV?!?!

I need help using this video camera to record off of my tv. I know other cameras can do that by hooking up the A/V cables to A/V out on the back of the TV. Now I need to know if there was a certain setting on the video camera which could let me record off of it. Please can someone help me on this??? Thanks.

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A/V in is different from A/V out. You cannot record tv in the camera if it has no a/v in

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If you have a TV card (affordable nowadays) or video capture card you can connect your old videocam directly to your pc using a S-video cable or the analog A/V cable described above. 

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The yellow and white wires you have are called RCA connectors. There aka media cables too. You should have male ends that can connect to the output of your TV by matching the colors.

I just need to need to know what kind of connects you have on you camera to record the TV signals with.

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