Are the USB ports (two 2.0 and two 3.0) for "IN" or "OUT"? I understand that the HDMI port is "OUT" only. I'm trying to hook-up a SONY Video Camera Recorder. It has a A/V OUT jack, and a connecting cable with two male adapters to plug into the video/audio of a TV or VCR.
Hello USB ports, allow different accessories to be used including for example an audio headset! in this case, it's an exit! You can connect peripherals such as a keyboard or a webcam in this case, it is the reverse of an entry But it is possible that what you want to test is not compatible Then I did not understand your connection and how you try to use your equipment
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If you let us know the exact model number of your SONY Video Camera Recorder it might help to figure out what connections you need.
From your description it sounds like a VERY old video camera!
The cheapest device that can capture from old video cameras is "UCEC USB 2.0 Video Audio Capture Card Adapter" from Amazon ($21CDN/$15US). It gives you composite inputs (audio and video) as well as S-Video. If your camera has S-Video use that connection to the USB capture card (and red/white for audio) and you will get a slightly better picture.
If you want a better supported device I would recommend "Hauppauge 610 USB-Live 2 Analog Video Digitizer and Video Capture Device" for $66CDN/$50US.
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