Hello, I hope someone can help me. I have been practicing for fixed etneg weeks a camcorder and so, or to be viewed with Pinaccle 9.4 SE on the computer and processed restored, burned to DVD, etc. If everything worked out perfectly. Now I have a bought external hard drive, which I would like to transfer the movies to edit and save respectively. But it is not possible to transfer the films of the camera, it comes the following message: No recording possible dei max. Data rate is below v. 4213 KB / sec. -2 Have a new USB card and installed on the hard drive is Max.Datentransferrate 480Mbit / s. The computer is 4 years old, XP/SP2 Maybe someone knows what to do, or should I exchange the hard drive, if it should lie in it. Angie
Antwort von Markus:
the bottleneck in data transmission to an external hard drive is usually the connection between the PC and hard drive, but the hard drive itself, at least when high-speed USB, or - even better - uses Firewire.
Probably would be a Firewire hard drive at capturing uncritical, but then again the
Antwort von Angie:
Thanks for the reply,
shift of the internal hard drive to External not synonymous brings a 100% profit (always) again little stuttering.
I'll try yet another record with Firewire connection from, and if the will is not synonymous, for better or worse, I add a larger internal hard drive. Although rumschrauben I wanted nothing more, but needs be, it must be.
Antwort von WeiZen:
Moin, if you are a s.Schrauben, think about a change within the PC. Advantage of higher speeds than external, less problems.