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Help with Sony TRV10e

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by kevink, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. kevink

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    I have a Sony TRV10E camcorder, a bit old I know.
    I'm looking for guidance on the best way to edit the content, as professionally as possible and then transfer to both VHS and DVD. I have already tried to go through my Acer Aspire 1672lmi PC, I'm usinga trial copy of Pinnacle Studio Plus 9.0, it takes forever for the PC to render the edited film and get it onto DVD+R, but I'll live with that.

    Trouble is, I can’t get it to talk to my Sony TRV10E via the iLink. It only says DV out on the camcorder and I read somewhere that UK Sony’s were set to have DV out and not DV in but they can be reset. Help…anyone know if this is true? And if so how you do it so I can take rendered video from Pinnacle Studio 9?

    Help Please:

    You can mail me on kevin.kelly@ntlworld.com or respond to the forum.
     
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    Hi, I have answered your e-mail that you sent me, but for others this is what I said in that e-mail:

    OK the good news is that your camcorder can have its DV port enabled for
    input. A site a few people I know have used in the past and been very happy
    with is http://www.smartdv.co.uk/product.php/30/0/
    The not such good news is that it will cost you £47 to get the software to
    DV-in enable. Also this will not enable the analogue inputs, so you will not
    be able to use the camcorder to digitise an analogue source such as a VCR.
    But at least you wont have to buy another camcorder to get your footage off
    the PC and back onto DV tape.

    Hope this helps,
    Mark.
     

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