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Old December 20th, 2006, 09:03 PM   #1
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HV10 XP Adobe Premiere 2.0 capture problems

Ok I am having issues with capturing using hdv/dv mode set. I have to set it to DV locked mode in order to be able to use capture. Ive tried many of the different settings for HD in adobe. Can anyone help me? I used capDVHS to capture with no problem, but it makes me convert the mpg to avi using sorenson squeeze in order to import it to Premiere then. Ive seen others that seem to be able to import into premiere using the same basic setup. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance! Ryan
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Old December 21st, 2006, 11:24 PM   #2
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Anyone Anyone? Bueller.... Bueller. lol Hoping someone can at least point me in the right direction here, and help eliminate a few variables
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 11:32 AM   #3
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Capture to Sony Vegas 6 using Win XP OS, has problems

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Ok I am having issues with capturing using hdv/dv mode set. I have to set it to DV locked mode in order to be able to use capture. Ive tried many of the different settings for HD in adobe. Can anyone help me? I used capDVHS to capture with no problem, but it makes me convert the mpg to avi using sorenson squeeze in order to import it to Premiere then. Ive seen others that seem to be able to import into premiere using the same basic setup. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance! Ryan
Hello Ryan,
I have problems as well. It seems the Win XP OS will not accept the shipped driver (DVTWN666_JE) found on Canon cdrom. As it is labled Win98/2000. Nor will it load the other driver labled for ME OS. If somebody has had similar problems and found a driver that works in the WIN XP OS, needed to capture the DV from the Canon HV-10, please post a link to that for us.
Also, I downloaded the available drivers from the Canon site, they will not work either.
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 03:17 PM   #4
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Hello Ryan,
I have problems as well. It seems the Win XP OS will not accept the shipped driver (DVTWN666_JE) found on Canon cdrom. As it is labled Win98/2000. Nor will it load the other driver labled for ME OS. If somebody has had similar problems and found a driver that works in the WIN XP OS, needed to capture the DV from the Canon HV-10, please post a link to that for us.
Also, I downloaded the available drivers from the Canon site, they will not work either.
Happy Holidays,
Christo
Not sure on yours Im afraid. I found a solution. For whatever reason my premiere install had and issue. I uninstalled and reinstalled, and the hdv option showed up and worked well. Now Im working on finding the best option for export. The HV10 from what Ive seen so far has alot of interlace lines, so working on a solution for the export that eliminates those and still supports the native resolution. CINEFORM trial works well so far.
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 03:52 PM   #5
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I did not install any driver at all. Using WinXP SP2.
My Hv10 is discovered every time i connect it with firewire. So you might not need to install any driver at all if you use WinXP.
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Old December 22nd, 2006, 10:26 PM   #6
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Hello Ryan,
I have problems as well. It seems the Win XP OS will not accept the shipped driver (DVTWN666_JE) found on Canon cdrom. As it is labled Win98/2000. Nor will it load the other driver labled for ME OS. If somebody has had similar problems and found a driver that works in the WIN XP OS, needed to capture the DV from the Canon HV-10, please post a link to that for us.
Also, I downloaded the available drivers from the Canon site, they will not work either.
Happy Holidays,
Christo
Note- The cable and Canon software/disk drivers are for *USB STILL PHOTO TRANSFER* - NOT for DV nor HDV video. The included cable is a USB cable.

Buy a firewire cable, and WinXPsp2 should recognize it with no driver needed.
Would be nice if Canon included a firewire cable, and this confusion would be avoided...

For info on how HDV cameras show up under Device Manager, see some connection instructions-
it's NOT under Imaging devices, like DV cameras...
it's AV/C device under Sound/Video/Game controllers...
http://www.ulead.com/learning/msp/msp8_02_03.htm
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