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Capturing video on Windows XP from Canon MVX200i.


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Kirby Lepley

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I have tried used the programs Windows Movie maker, and Studio 9 to capture videos from tape onto the computer so that i can edit them. However, i have a USB port and it the computer doesnt seem to register this. i followed all of the instructions and i still can't get it to work. If someone could help me or give me some instructions that are easy to understand this would be fantastic. Capturing a video shouldn't be this difficult.
Thanks a bunch, Kirby
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st22

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Hi,

That camera allows FireWire IEEE video transfer. This is what you use rather then USB (it is by far more preferable and less (no?) problems then USB), you can get a Firewire card for around $40.

this is what the firewire port looks like on the computer (you might allready have it):

http://www.coolnerds...rts/ports03.gif

this is what the firewire port looks like on the camera:

http://static.howstu...it-firewire.jpg

so you will also need a cable that goes from that type to the other.
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