Meanwhile, I've done it that I can control the camcorder via the software (decks), but if I want to capture the recorded video, it's been synonymous hear again. For some reason it does not save the recorded Viedosequenzen. I press the Record button, and then he starts with the capture, then I press the Record button again to stop the capture process. However, then I can not find anywhere in my Bin folder "an appropriate file. If I could help someone, I would be very grateful.
Antwort von Markus:
I start poking around times "in the fog": Which operating system running on your computer?
erstmal danke für den Hinweis. I have worked for me since this morning through the various possibilities. Results:
1. The two patches: no change. 2. Camera connected before the start: no change. 3. FireWire interface checked: is OHCI compliant. 4. Defragmentation: No change. 5. Fours off program: no change. 6. SP2 uninstalled: because of warnings that some Programs might no longer be fully functional, I raise this possibility to me until the very end! ;-) (Be First time trying to find a colleague who has not installed SP2 ...)
Also I have loaded and Programs winDV ScLive down. With which the capturing works fine. Unfortunately, the picture is no longer as good (strong) pixelated, but at least I can import the video files then. Since my calculator but not the newest of all is, I'm assuming that the poor image quality is due to my Graphic card!? In addition, I'm going to try an original i-link cable to get. Tried out, I suppose that it now can take several days to the rest of the options I have. Once more, I know, but I'll post here again here.
So thank you once more. Funny, but I still think that I control the camera on the program, but nothing can capture ... mmh
Antwort von Markus:
Unfortunately, the picture no longer as good (strong) pixelated ...
This is a typical SP2 error. If you do not want to carry out the uninstall because of the warnings, simply save an image of your system. Then you can try this way and completely restore the previous state when needed with three mouse clicks.