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Camcorder video transfer formats

I have a new JVC miniDV digital camcorder with what looks like 3 methods of video transfer to a computer. Given i have one more purchase to go (unit,bag,tape,battery,DVDburner,cable?), does anyone know which cable would work best? There's SVideo, IEEE 1374, and standard W/R/Y RCA plug ports. Is it just about speed or is one superior in video/audio quality? Thanks

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The IEEE 1374 is the way to go. It is fast, and it is digital. Therefore, the video and audio will not be degraded in the transfer. The others are analog interfaces.

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