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  1. Thank-you. I will update the forum once I've received and tried it out. You have been very helpful. Many thanks.
  2. Thank-you. I found this Composite to HDMI converter on Amazon: http://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00FPFPBOA/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_2?pf_rd_p=1977604502&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B003FJKHBU&pf_rd_m=A3DWYIK6Y9EEQB&pf_rd_r=117YKKJ7RT6F30T350NN Would you expect a significant loss of quality going from the DV Camera through the composite cables and HDMI converter then Roxio into the PC?
  3. Thank-you for the quick response. I got the idea to use the Roxio from this YouTube video where the uploader seems (?) based on the colour of the cords he is using to be using composite cables. But what you say makes perfect sense. I will look for a composite to component (or HDMI) converter. Thanks again.
  4. Hi - just purchased a Roxio GameCap HD Pro as an interface to transfer video from DV cassettes to my PC. I have attached the an AV male into the DV Camera's female AV jack - the other end of the cable has a typical yellow, white and red composite cable set which I attached to the Roxio GameCap. I then used the cable that came with the GameCap to attach to a USB port on my PC. While I was able to pick up a signal when I played the tape on my DV Camera the footage comes through as black and white on the PC and also seems to be of a lower quality (lack of colour aside). I ruled out an issue with the DV Camera or AV/Composite cables as when I use the same cables to view the video play from the DV Camera on my TV (plugging into the red/white/yellow females on the TV) there is no issue with lack of colour or video quality. Any thoughts of what may be causing this? Thanks in advance.
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