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transfering 8mm analog tapes to DVD

I bought a used TRV350 over the weekend for transferring my 8mm analog tapes to DVD. I have a Sony DRX-810UL DVD burner. I have Roxio EMC Deluxe Suite 9. I just ordered a new Dell Latitude D830 laptop w/2ghz processor & 2gb memory. It's coming loaded with Vista Business. Can you help with any of the following?

  • Can I burn DVD straight from TRV350?
  • I've been borrowing an HP computer with 32-bit VISTA Home Premium loaded. I found a USB driver that some say work with this VISTA. When trying to capture video from TRV350 to computer using Roxio the video displays (no audio) during the capture but when I stop the capture it always says "unknown capture error". Is it the driver? Roxio? Vista?
  • Is fire wire between TRV350 and computer better than USB 2.0?
  • When I get my new Dell, I'm thinking I should load XP Pro to get this stuff to work. You agree?

THanks a million,

Randy Block
Thu, 31 May 2007 13:57:42 -0700

You will definitely want to look into transferring the video using the Firewire cable, rather than the USB cable. Using the Firewire cable, you can achieve 720x480 resolution. With the USB cable, you can only achieve 320x240.

Chieh Cheng
Fri, 01 Jun 2007 10:56:29 -0700

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