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I cannot capture video from my Samsung WB550 compact camera. I have just upgraded my system from XP to Windows 7 also from Roxio MyDVD9. Capturing from my Panasonic DV tape camera through firewire is fine. Also there is no tab for photo in the media import screen.

Any suggestions/advice would be much appreciated.

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I cannot capture video from my Samsung WB550 compact camera. I have just upgraded my system from XP to Windows 7 also from Roxio MyDVD9. Capturing from my Panasonic DV tape camera through firewire is fine. Also there is no tab for photo in the media import screen.

Any suggestions/advice would be much appreciated.

 

Why not simply copy the video/photos from the camera using the USB connection and Windows Explorer. Windows should see the camera as just another USB device. "Capture" is usually only done for tape devices.

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Outputs are 1 micro USB and 1 micro HDMI.

 

Does Windows Explorer see your camera when hooked up via USB?

The HDMI is for playing back the video ona HDTV.

 

You can of course also put the SD card into a card reader on your computer if you have one.

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micro usb

 

You can get an adapter for a couple of bucks. (micro USB to USB) to reach the internal memory. You can just plug the card into your compute rif you have a card reader.

 

What computer do you have?

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