I need help interfacing a Sony Handycam CCD-TRV25 NTSC with my PC. Can anyone help me?
Unfortunately this camera was all that I can afford right now. This particular model doesn't have S-Video, only the yellow and white colored jacks to hook up to the television. I thought there might be some type of conversion jacks available. My other thought was if I could hook the camera to the TV and then use the S-Video from the TV to S-Video jack in my laptop. I know these are probably ridiculous ideas but I'm desperate AND ignorant about this stuff. Please help if you can! Thanks, in advance.
- ChuckieLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
You'll need to make sure that the S-Video jack on your laptop can take a input signal - you're OK if it does. If the S-Video jack on your laptop is for output signals only, then you'll need an AV capture card - for example:
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Actually that might work. Test it. Set your TV for AV, use the RCA inputs and see if the S-Video will feed to the laptop.
Otherwise you need a $125 dangle from Turtlle Beach that goes into the USB port of the computer.
- 1 decade ago
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