I record videos from my computer monitor using the motion picture setting on my digital camera When I playback videos I see waves and ripples across the video How can I prevent or reduce the waves?
Well, if you have a notebook, I just found this answer myself. You would need to buy a Firewire cable (6pin to 4 pin)that could connect both in your cam and your mac. Connec…t the cable to your computer in the firewire port, then connect it to your cam. Assuming your computer is already turned on. Go to application on your computer and choose imovie, then choose create a new movie HD. finally, choose create a new project. Underneath where it says video format, choose DV widescreen. Now, turn your cam on play ( of course you need to rewind the tape first). Everything should go smoothly from there. :-) Wow, the description above seems a little complicated, you can adopt an easier way to get the video you want. You can use some screen recorder to help you. Connect your digital camera with computer, and play the video you want, then you can use the program to help you record. I always use it to record Google chat video when I'm making video calls on google.
I dont think it has built in speakers
Answer . With most video cameras you can. I can do it with my camera, just have the camera in Auto (or whatever your usual record mode is) instead of Play or VCR mode. It …should stream straight into your computer.
the usb port, located of the back of most computers, front and back of most newer computers, and possibly not at all on the older ones.
There are a couple of ways to do it. If the camera is a DV camera, it will have a firewire connector as its digital video output. Older cameras will normally just have an anal…og video and audio output.. First, the computer needs a firewire interface (also known as a 1394 interface) or a video capture card. Many new computers have firewire already installed but few will have an analog video capture card. Both interfaces can be bought as add ons.. Once the interface is installed, video capture software is needed to ingest the video signal. Depending on the software package, it will be imported as AVI, for uncompressed storage that is good for editing or MPEG, for archiving with smaller file sizes. Other programs will allow the video to be written direct to a DVD.
You will need a firewire cable (not included with camera) to pluginto your computer. Your computer will also need a firewire port,or else you need to buy a USB to firewire cab…le. There's too many variables to know how to answer this question, butbasically the steps look like this: 1. Figure out what ports the camera has to get video out 2. Figure out what ports you computer has to get video in 3. Figure out what software you have or need to record video 4. Buy the necessary adapters and hardware 5. With cable connections made, play the video in the video player 6. With your video computer software, record the incoming videostream. EXAMPLE 1: I have the camera that created the video 1. I have a Canon Digital8 camcorder with a firewire port. 2. I have a Macintosh with a firewire port 3. I have iMovie 4. I have a Firewire cable 5. I hit the play button on the camcorder 6. I hit the import button in iMovie. EXAMPLE 2: I don't have the camera that created the video 1. I have a Canon Digital8 camcorder with a firewire port andanalog video in port. 2. I have a VHS player with composite video out, and a Macintoshwith a firewire port 3. I have iMovie 4. I have a Firewire cable and a composite RCA to 1/8" video/Audiol/r cable 5. I hit the play button on the VHS player, and send the videothrough the Digital8 player to convert the analog signal to adigital signal 6. I hit the import button in iMovie.
In film and television production... when a character does anything involving a screen, (flips on news, surfs the internet, plays a video game) It is the video playback person…'s job to handle what appears on that screen while the camera is rolling. Hope this helps! :)
Well, I have a Nikon Coolpix s202, so I don`t know about everyone, but for me I have a connecter cord and first (when the camera is off!!!) I plug the small end into the camer…a and the large end into the computer, then turn the camera on. You`ll hear a beep, then it will download you pictures. Select the ones you want to transfer, then pick where you want them to go (I suggest My Pictures). The you can move the pictures around and put them in folders and stuff. Hope this helps!!!
first you have to turn the round thing on top of the camera and make it to a video picture then you will find in the screen like a red point and next to it you will find how m…any minutes or seconds then the place of the when you take a picture you press on it for long time and you can take a video
is your camera Digital if its from 1998 or older it is probly a hi 8 you can buy a rca to usb i recomend firewire connection for anything video unless its just old videos of t…he kids don't buy the expensive bundles they sell in big box stores go to new egg or microcenter newegg.com or microcenter.com Also some video cards have digital tuners for tv
yes on some you can
You have to have a USB cable and in some cases a disc must me installed to the computer . And if you have the format problem, simply use a video converter to change the forma…t to the right way. reference: iFunia Video Converter, Aneesoft Video Converter.
Yes You Can
If you deleted all your pictures or videos on your digital camera is their a way to see your cameras history?
the camera memory can be restored possibly, unless the card has been overwritten or securely wiped.
Digital video cameras like most things can be easy depending on the user and model. Some people already have the knowledge as others need to read instructions.
Sony digital video camera recorders can be purchased from online retailers like Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Target, and plenty of others. Any electronics based sites will sell them to…o.