Thanks John, I have tried HDV Split - not working either.
I am using the legacy version of FireWire driver.
It seems the problem might be codecs - I intalled the ffdshow and tweaked some of the settings - can see the footage in the preview of Premiere Pro but still captures as mp3.
Any ideas why?
Are there some preffered preferences for ffdshow that I should use?
I originally had this problem with a #trial version of CS5.5 and it did exactly what you describe, (incidentally Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 11 @ $75 USD, captures perfectly) ,but, on going to full version and upgrade to CS5.5.2 it has been working perfectly for the last 18 months. (It won't help you but, HDV Canon Capture in Premiere Pro 1.5.1. and that is 5+years old was/is very efficient)
And later as well, just double check New Sequence > Presets > HDV 1080i 25 (50) or other .
Click on Preset Descriptions it will show what it is doing.
#Ps. This occurred in a downloaded trial version (Adobe may not have included the HDV/mpeg-2 codec or it may have been corrupted), but, there is no problem here on 2 x i7 64 bit computers running the program from disc.
> http://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/features-presets-missing-premiere-pro.htmlhttp:// This will probably open in Google ?
This really is no help ?
Message was edited by: Bob Dix Photographer