Has anyone of you freaks me an explanation for why you are not using IEEE1394 eg of a laptop to a PC can play?
Both are with the same editing program (Edius Pro 3) equipped. On the one ( "Recorder"), I chose the OHCI s.wie input when connecting the camera, while others I just want to PLAY with the timeline to play.
Reason: In the one we make the rough, which is then used to sound on the big. The cable so it should be no preference, of where to where it transmits.
Or someone knows a secret trick?
For tips, I thank in advance
Litti from Madagascar
Antwort von Andreas_Kiel:
Is probably s.Protokoll, IEEE1394 is now no network protocol, but what kind of external devices (although a PC is not it, unfortunately), the controller can be connected s.einen. This controller does not seem to be another addition to tolerate. Wikipedia: "The FireWire interface is intended primarily for the rapid exchange of data between computers and multimedia or other peripherals, but synonymous in industrial and automotive electronics." Ie, an external device must be a camera, hard drive, etc. to identify, so that the controller so ömkann. Perhaps there is software that a controller another PC as an external device vorgaukeln, but because I would be überfragt. See synonymous:
Antwort von Bernd E.:
someone knows a secret trick?
Even I've tried it yet, but I remember setting up of a network via Firewire in Windows reads it. In principle it should therefore work only with the "how" I am überfragt. Maybe Googling times?
Gruß Bernd E.
Antwort von Gast1:
Thus I have two years without any problems my mini-operated Network: http://www.unibrain.com/Products/DriverAPI/FireNET.htm
With XP is supposedly synonymous with no additional software.