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No. The GRHD1U includes a component cable. Another breakout cable provides composite, S-video and audio left and right. For dubbing the footage to a DVHS VCR or computer, a standard 4 to 4 or 4 to 6 (camera has a 4 pin connector built in) pins firewire cable (not supplied) is required.
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Hard to say without seeing it and more details of the video coding of the files you recorded but I think you shot it interlaced and you are trying to edit/view progressive, or the field dominance is wrong.
Have a look here, this should sort it either way http://www.xs4all.nl/~jeschot/home.html
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If you mean capture webcam footage when you mean download, you can use various programs to record from your webcam. If you want to upload to Youtube, they have a great built-in program to record your webcam footage and upload it from their site. If you wish to just record it for your viewing, a quick search for webcam recorders online will get you plenty of results. One program to try can be this.
The USB cable is only to download still images recorded on the memory card, using the software that came with the camera. To download video, you need to connect to a computer with a Firewire cable, and have video editing software on your computer to communicate with the camera.
You can find the manual here:
The rather long full link is here, which is why I provided the tinyurl:
You probably just need to connect the USB port to your PC to transfer the video. But you will need some DVD burning software as well as a DVD burner to be able to create a DVD of incidents.
You might also be able to save videos onto your PC through the network connection rather than using a USB cable, but I am not familiar enough with the product to know if it supports that.
You can only view hd footage on hd devices. so if you recorded hd footage onto a tape, you will not be able to view it on a standard def camera, ie the dvx100b. The footage should not be harmed. Now if you are trying to view via p2 card over the firewire, whole new scenario.
Try Browsing the folders I Hope your footage is in one of those folders. To Make It easier Goto Folder options click detail for folder check dates for the shooting time & open those 1st also if the camcorders timer is not set right may look in folders day earlier. Also look for big files Dvd takes lot of space.
Belive you are not being given chance to record or finalize becuse camcorder automaticaly did so. Rarely but it happens when a disk will have errors on it & when it finalzies you can lose info/footage. Why I still prefer tape.
-Press ‘Play’ on the camcorder and review the footage on the 2.5” LCD screen
-Connect the DVD-Camcorder to your television using the supplied Audio/Video cables
-Download the file to your PC using the supplied USB 2.0 interface cable(not available on DZMV730A) and view it using a Windows MPEG Player application that supports DVD recording format (.vro file extension).
-Finalize a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc and play it directly through a home DVD player.