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how to put minidv on to your computer

by Animatronica / April 7, 2006 12:01 AM PDT

I have a minidv camera and i want to put the videos i have taken on the camera and then put them onto the computer so that i can edit the videos, Can i do this? if so can somebody please tell me how.


Video camera - Sony DCR-PC120E PAL

It has a USB input but when i have plugged this into the computer it will only work off of the memory card.

Please HELP!!!

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Get a firewire card(iLink) and a firewire cable.
by jcrobso / April 7, 2006 1:09 AM PDT

Firewire is the way to go. A firewire card with a cable is $25~45 in the USA, I don't know what the translates to in your currency.
Here is a link wiht good info. John

http://www.timwerx.net/odds/pcfile.htm

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Thanks
by Animatronica / April 7, 2006 6:32 AM PDT

thanks very much for your quick reply i shall try that, and finally edit my videos, thanks very much

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