I kept encountering the same error 'error \src\timecode.cpp-995'. What I found that works ,at least with Pre8 is
1) hook up the DV camera but leave it turned off
2) Enter Get Media and select DV Camcorder
3) With the Capture window open go to the top line menu and go to Edit->Preferences
4) In Preferences->Capture ensure 'Use device control timecode' is not checked.
5) In Preferences->Device Control select USB Video Class 1.0 is selected in Devices.
6) Turn the camera on.
7) In the Capture window close the error saying there is no DV camera detected.
I was able to capture video no problem this way. Split scenes was active by timecode as well in the Capture window
There is an issue with Windows 7 64-bit FireWire drivers, by the way. So be sure and let us know if you're using that operating system.
This is why it's dangerous to assume you have the same problem as another poster. Some issues and solutions are unique to one operating system or configuration.
The PVGS320 is a miniDV camcorder. You should be capture your video with Premiere Elements over a FIREWIRE connection. Not USB.
If you're still having problems, try Bill's recommendation.
But you MUST use a FireWire connection to capture from a miniDV or HDV tape-based camcorder.
Have you worked through my 8 part Basic Training tutorials? Part 2 shows you how to capture video.
I have a similar error: src/timecode.cpp996
Started with trying to 'edit in audition' from premiere pro, but the rightclick option is greyed out. So, tried the 'toolbar edit' and managed to do the edits in audition. Problem starts when after saving and closing, the updates in audition are not reflected at premiere pro. Tried exporting multitrack to premiere pro. done. but it didn't automatically appear in premiere. as such, I imported the xml file and got the error.
Im a total rookie and learning everything from scratch. All I want to do is do a simple edit in audition from premiere pro, but everything just doesnt work out. Tried various tutorials from adobe, creativecow, but their screenshots differ from mine.
Would appreciate any help. tia.
With one of the PrPro suites, that contains Audition, one has the Edit in Audition function. This does two things:
It does a Render/Replace for the Audio to a separate PCM/WAV file, which will then appear in the Project Panel, and replace the Audio portion of the Clip in the Timeline (color will change in the Timeline).
Then, the function launches Audition, and loads that Render/Replace file into Audition.
Once you have done Edit in Audition once, it will be grayed out, but if you Rt-Click on that Render/Replace Audio Clip in Project Panel, you can then re-edit in Audition (Edit in Audition will be available there).
Good luck, and hope that helps,
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