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Can i do recorded from surveillance camera with this model? mx6448 gate way notebook?


Sure, you can use most computers as servers to record surveillance video if you have the right hardware and recording software. This would all depend on what brand of surveillance cameras you have and if they are analog or digital and if your video is coming in through your network or by other video capture hardware.

Nov 08, 2014 | Gateway MX6448 Notebook

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HOW TO TRANSFER FILM ON CAMERA TO COMPUTER?


Some cameras have a USB cable and can stream. Others will require a capture card. Either way, you'll also need a capture program to record it.

Nov 17, 2012 | Video Cameras

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I want to use my samsung mobile GT B5722 camera as webcam for video chat on pc...please tell me how can i do it in easy way....


http://www.snapfiles.com/php/download.php?id=107625&a=7121550&tag=4491651&loc=2

Yawcam (Yet Another Webcam Software) allows you to stream a live broadcast from your webcam or DV camera. In addition to streaming video, the program can also save captured snapshots to a local file, upload them to a remote FTP server or serve them via the built-in web server. Furthermore, a motion detection feature allows you to automatically start capturing snapshots or perform other actions whenever the software detects any motion within the monitored area. Other features include optional text overlays, timestamps, motion detection mode, a built-in scheduling engine, password protection, image-to-movie conversion and more. Yawcam can optionally run as Windows service. hope this helps

May 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, I'm wondering if you can help, I have a Sony DCR-TRV340E camcorder and wish to take the video footage from one of the tapes and record/stream it onto my MacBook pro. I've tried using the USB cable...


*reason for not streaming the video: its because you're using the wrong type of cable to stream it to a macbook

*type of cable needed: you need a firewire cable to stream videos from your camcorder to your macbook.

*please make sure to check if your macbook has a firewire(IEEE) port on it and also make sure what type of firewire port it has( 4 pin or 6 pin firewire port)


*check your macbook specification for a firewire port and make sure to check how mny pinslot it has before buying a firewire cable.

* the other end of a firewire cable would surely fit the camcorder and the other end would depend on the firewire port available in your macbook.

* you would also be needing an application on your macbook that would record streamed videos.

Jan 13, 2011 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV340E Digital...

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I have a microsoft HD Lifecam and during playback of recorded videos, sometimes the audio and video are not in sync. we have new PC's with 4gb running win xp. doesn't happen all the time. any thoughts ?...


The problem isn't your webcam, it is the software that is recording it. The software is separating the video stream and the audio stream. Look for a software package that records in Flash, which combines the streams.

Apr 30, 2010 | Microsoft LifeCam VX-3000 Web Camera

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Every time i try to get on youtube it comes up.But when i click on my account it says 400 bad request. when i tryed to click on my friends video of gymnastics it says 400 bad request. Please Help Quick


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The Web server (running the Web site) thinks that the data stream sent by the client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) was 'malformed' i.e. did not respect the HTTP protocol completely. So the Web server was unable to understand the request and process it.

It almost always means bad programming of the client system and/or the Web server. 

400 errors in the HTTP cycle

Any client (e.g. your Web browser or our CheckUpDown robot) goes through the following cycle:
Obtain an IP address from the IP name of the site (the site URL without the leading 'http://'). This lookup (conversion of IP name to IP address) is provided by domain name servers (DNSs). 
Open an IP socket connection to that IP address. 
Write an HTTP data stream through that socket. 
Receive an HTTP data stream back from the Web server in response. This data stream contains status codes whose values are determined by the HTTP protocol. Parse this data stream for status codes and other useful information. 

This error occurs in the final step above when the client receives an HTTP status code it recognises as '400'.

Fixing 400 errors - general

There is a low-level program bug in the client or the Web server or both. If you do not have access to the source code for these systems, the only thing you can do is refer the problem to technical support people at the companies that developed the systems.

Fixing 400 errors - CheckUpDown

You should never see this error at all when you use our CheckUpDown service. It indicates that the two systems (our robot and the Web server) fundamentally disagree on the syntax of HTTP data streams.

Please contact us directly (email preferred) whenever you encounter 400 errors. Only we can resolve them for you. Unfortunately this may take some time, because we have to analyse the underlying HTTP data streams and may have to liaise with your ISP and the vendor of the Web server software to agree the exact source of the error.

Jun 14, 2009 | YouTube Videos

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Can I stream live video from Firewire interface?


Veodia’s recently released streaming-video software is easy to use. Really easy. We’re talking plug-and-play easy. Plug your DV camera into your computer and put it in record mode. Log into Veodia.com and hit “new broadcast.” And you’re live. Instantly. And when you’re done, you hit stop and the video you’ve just streamed is available on demand through your favorite RSS feeder. Instantly. And it works.

When you hit “start broadcast” Veodia takes about 5 seconds while “detecting bandwidth.” The end product is a 320 x 240 live video feed streaming right out of your Firewire DV camera or webcam. This video is embeddable anywhere, meaning you can have this live feed be part of your blog and your viewers don’t need to be registered Veodia members. And each broadcast comes built in with a chatroom for your viewers to interact with you, the webstar, live.

Apr 14, 2009 | JVC GZ-HD7 HDD HD Camcorder - 60 GB Hard...

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Is it possible to record the streaming video on DCS-3220 ? and if yes how to configured the streaming server ip ?


I had a similar issue trying to feed a live stream to the web with a dcs 3220, I found that I had to use this IP configuration; Ip address is XXX.XXX.X.X/cgi-bin/video.jpg then use "jpg pull" from the web server. Hope this helps you let me know http://troyster.com

Jan 26, 2009 | D-Link DCS-3220 Network Camera

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HI.I was watchinglive streaming but there is a eror sudenly.this eror:rtsp://78.129.143.64/broadcast/pull/81.31.32.47:2030/broadcast/pull/81.19.7.50:3051/stv3.rmvb Can you help me...


Streaming audio/video quality can be affected by connection rate and Internet congestion. Many types of interruptions between your computer, your player, your computer's OS, your local network, your ISP and a streaming server can exist and cause trouble....
When you listen to the live audio/video stream, the sound or video skips, cuts out or buffers if the player doesn't have enough network bandwidth, it will buffer. Try increasing your player's buffering setting.Also:
  • Make sure you are choosing the appropriate bandwidth version of a media stream based on your Internet connection.
  • Make sure you are choosing the appropriate bandwidth settings in an Internet media player or streaming audio/video recorder.
  • Make sure NOT to download applications or files while watching/listening to media streams. Your Internet connection is shared between all open applications including your web-browser, your download manager and your streaming player. Closing applications that use your Internet connection simultaneously with your streaming player may reduce buffering.
  • Close other unnecessary applications that may be open on your computer. Reboot your computer. If you have lots of other programs open, they may be using too much processor time and/or RAM for the player to work properly.
  • Make sure your Internet connection is fast enough to reliably listen to streaming audio and/or watch streaming video online. High speed Internet connection is recommended.
  • Make sure your computer is fast enough. If your computer is old, it might be too slow to play an audio/video stream regardless of what else it's doing.
  • Update your media players and streaming audio/video recorders regularly.
Internet congestion can slow down the delivery of the stream, make it difficult for you to connect or cause buffering. Often the interruption is temporary. Please try to connect a few times at different times of the day, if possible. If you repeatedly have problems connecting, please notify your ISP - there are often quick fixes they can make when they learn about your issue.

Try the above steps you will find a solution to your problem....100% it will work.....

Sep 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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JVC Everio GZ-MC275AA


Video streaming is possible with DV camcorders thanks to the Firewire port (IEEE1394), which works very much like a digital video in/out connection. Basically, the camera just sends video, and if there's a computer attached, it receives the video and decides what to do with it on a computer.

USB doesn't work that way, normally. Most tapeless camcorders automatically set up the webcam as a storage device, which is a very distinct thing from a video streaming device.  A storage device is just a disc of some kind... it will show up under some letter (eg, K:) in Windows, when you attach the camcorder.  

Some USB camcorders allow for a "webcam" or "streaming" mode... I didn't find any specifics on your JVC, but I know some of the Panasonics support this. There are two ways. One is that, if you have the camera in record/standby mode, it may just go automatically into webcam mode when you attach USB.

The other way is that the camera will have something in the menus, like "Live mode" or "Webcam mode" that instructs it to configure USB for video streaming rather than storage-class attachement.

And of course, some of the tapeless camcorders have a Firewire port, just like a DV camcorder, which is there specifically to allow for streaming video, etc. You could use your camcorder as a web camera over Firewire, given the proper software... though you might find that's just as expensive as buying
a webcam.

And given the price of actual webcams, I would consider buying one
rather than adding wear and tear to my camcorders, just based on 
price. This is the same  reason I have a DV tape rewind device.. $20 device, $2000
camcorder... easy math.  

Jan 23, 2008 | JVC Everio GZ-MC200 Camcorder

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