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if you are watching streaming video from the internet then your computer downloads part of the video and lets you watch it, if the computer plays the video faster than it can download it then it will pause the video while it downloads more this is called buffering. This can be because of many factors which include internet download speed, amount of people online and using the same service. Or a problem on your pc
You don't say how you are connecting the camera to the PC. The only way to download video in AVI quality is thru the Firewire (IEEE1394) connector. You can download composite video using the A/V connector if your computer does not have a Firewire port, but you will have to have a capture card on the computer to input the video to. In either case, you will need software that facilitates video capture, such as Pinnacle Studio or Roxio EZ DVD Creator. The USB connector is only for downloading still pictures if your computer doesn't have media chip slots.
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Download free application WINDV (Small Windows utility for DV FireWire digital video input/output ). buy and connect a firewire cable between camcorder (DV output ) and a firewire input in your pc, if you not hasn't got one, buy it. you can buy a card with this kind of inputs. Connect and run application, play camcorder, and record to your pc, your video.