When I download to my computer the video successfully transfers but the audio does not. I have used the software (Windows Movie Maker) in the past with analog camcorders. I have also edited film from an analog camera using Pinnacle Studio 8 software but with this new digital camera........it ain't happening.
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If what you want is to transfer it to the computer, then just transfer it after capturing the video using an usb chord. If what you want is to use this as a digital cam, then you have to install a certain software.
I use the software which came with the camera, and hit unload. It then downloads everything to the computer. To mover it to a CD or DVD I use windows explorer with copy and paste and not the programs supplied with winows vista. Easier to do.
I have the same problem with playing videos from my Samsung Digimax S600 on Windows Vista. The audio plays fine on the camera, but not in Windows Media Player. The only solution I've found is to play the videos in Quicktime...then the sound works just fine. Hope this helps.
You will need a firewire cable to successfully transfer video from your tape to your computer. It also greatly helps to have a firewire port on your computer. Once you have connected your firewire port on your camera to the firewire port on your computer, you can use windows movie maker to transfer video to your computer. (File > Import for Digital Video Camera)
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