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camcorder connect to tv-monitor, record video


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I am a hobbyist/journalist who records his stuff on a camcorder. Since all firewires don't work, I bought a TV-PC monitor to upload videos. I recently downloaded Hyper-engine AV from your program list, but I can't open dmg files [I searched, but they were all too complicated].

I'm searching for a relatively painless method of connecting

a camera
to a tv-pc monitor

via red/white/yellow cables.
When I connected them to the camera, it successfuly viewed on a different source.
I tried other video-capture programs, but they only recorded the windows.

EDIT:
I also checked out AvidFreeDV.
As it loads it says
exception: ADM_DSOUND_MIXER_OPEN_ERROR
And then it closes
my sound card is
Realtek HighDefinition Audio

Edited by addj, 28 April 2007 - 03:06 PM.

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The make and model of the camera and also the Monitor would be useful
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Thankyou for replying!
Camera: Sony DCR-TRV103 NTSC
-has firewire [which doesn't work (at least on 3 computers)
-has red/white/yellow plugin things, which works on the tv-pc monitor [after switching sources] and on the tv

Monitor: Samsung lns1952wx
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