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PE 11 Timecode error 1014

Jun 14, 2013 9:50 PM

Have PE11 installed on new computer

 

Followed instructions that came with PE11

Turned on camera        Panasonic NV-GS 180 DV

switched camera to playback mode

Inserted tape into camera

connected camera to desktop computer using USB port

Started PE11

open video editor

open New Project

click on -  add media

click on -  DV Camcorder (usb 2.0)

 

Debug Event box appears with   Premiere Elements has encountered an error    Srd/Timecode.cpp-1014

 

Click on  "continue"

 

get big white patches on screen  and egg timer   with nothing happening

right click on screen

option to   (a)close program  or  (b) wait for program to respond

choose (b) nothing happens

choose (a) "windows is checking"    message apears briefly before programme shuts down

 

Whats wrong ???

 

Ta Graham

 
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    Jun 14, 2013 10:09 PM   in reply to 1958surferboy

    Being a miniDV tape camera (from what I can tell), what happens if you attach it to the computer via a FireWire 400 (IEEE-1394a/iLink) cable? Does PrE allow you to Capture from the tape in the camera?

     

    Good luck,

     

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    Jun 14, 2013 10:36 PM   in reply to 1958surferboy

    I have a box full of different cables but all cables look too similar and there seems to be a number of different firewire cables on the market

    You are correct. Each will have certain connections, and the one chosen will depend on the two connection types - the one on the computer (the iLink/FireWire-400/IEEE-1394a), and the one on the camera. Get those two connectors correct, and you have the cable that you need. I have a box of those too, plus USB, SCSI, Parallel, and Serial cables too - tons of them.

     

    In general terms, to Capture from miniDV tape to PrE, the FireWire is the standard. There is a rare instance, where one could Capture via a specialized USB cable, but that is not common - still, it did exist.

     

    Good luck,

     

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