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    Exclamation Is any other way to transfer dv tapes to pc

    Hi guys:


    I always use my camcorder to trasfer my dv tapes to my pc. So im jus wandering if there is any other way to trasfer dv tapes using a camcorder. i dont know something like a dv player


    by the way thanks for your time.

    thankssssss


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    Yeah you can transfer DV tapes using a DV deck so you don't have to wear out your cameras innards (connected with firewire as usual). I don't know the pricing on them though but used to use them in the editing suite at work (A Sony) and it was rock solid.

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    A dv deck is very expensive, even in second hand they are. Don't know what camera you are using but I bought a "cheap" extra sony dcr hc35 which has dvin and out possibilities and I use it to rewind my tapes, transfer them to pc, transfer my finished movies back to tape and as an interface to view premiere pro's previewscreen on a tv.
    This ofcourse is only an option if your other camera(s) are expensive enough to justify such a purchase.

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