Question about Sanyo Video Cameras
Playing back old tapes give no sound - direct/indirectly played from camcorder
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: Jumpy Playback Through TV
but the problem sounds to be that the playback on the LCD is fine while the TV playback is problematic. I am currently having a similar problem using the three to three connection to the TV: audio is fine picture is completely distorted. I tried to adjust NTSC playback mode and changed it to NTSC and not to PAL TV, but nothing changed. Can you only use S-video lines with these cameras? sony dcr
Posted on Dec 27, 2006
SOURCE: Will not playback tapes
a sony cleaning cassette may clear the gunk from your friend ' s possibly ? bad tapes ( do not rewind it - or the gunk will be redeposited ) ; if still no video , get an estimate to have your heads and guides cleaned . . . professionally ;
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
Yes, this sounds like dirty heads, typical symptom for analogue 8mm.
Yes you can clean the heads. It's a delicate procedure, but, requires no disassembly. To clean your heads, I would run to Radio Shack and buy cleaning fluid refils. Take a Qtip and dampen it with the cleaning fluid. Open the camera, remove the tape and look for the video drum. Lightly rub the Qtip along the drum horizontal to the spin direction (not across the grain). Turn the drum and clean until you have swept the entire circumference.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: Video transfer
If you're using a Windows Vista Operating System it'snot possible to transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Computer using the USB connection. The videos from the tape camcorders cannot be transferred to Windows Vista Operating System as there is no USB Streaming ooption available on the Windows Vista Operating System. The Camcorder uses the USB Streaming function to transfer the videos to the Computer. You may wish to purchase a i.LINK/Firewire cable to connect the Camcorder to the Computer in order to transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Computer.
There is an update for driver on the Sony website to transfer the videos from the Camcorder to the Computer using the USB cable.
You may also try installing the driver update for the Camcorder. The i.LINK cable gives a better video transfer qulaity than the USB transfer. The i.LINK cable used to connect the Camcorder to the computer depends on the number of pins available on the i.LINK/FIREWIRE port on the Computer. The i.LINK port on the Computer is a D shaped port which is labelled as i, DV, IEEE1394 and Firewire.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
have tried everything - every combination of settings - my hv 40 and windows 7 and 4 diffrent programs can not capture hd video - will capture dv - can control camera from computer in hd mode but no program will switch to hd capture mode so if you find an answer please let me know
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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