No capture frames detected usually means that 1) That you've reached the end of the tape, or 2) Premiere has encountered a break in the timecode - usually caused when the cameraman reviews a scene but doesn't cue up the incoming material to the previous scene. Batch capturing - omitting this break - usually gets around the problem.
As far as unsupported file type - 'fraid I don't know. If you're capturing through Premiere - using the native codecs - it should work.
What are your settings?,
thnx for help my settings are the standard one that i used before pal dv , uncompressed 10 bit , black magic capture . for the 1) its nt the end of the tape i tried lots of tapes and the result is the same . if i capture for 5 or 10 min thier is no prob but if it exceeded this time when i stop the capture the mac stops for a while and then the no capture settings defined box appear
It may be something intrinsic with the Mac/ BM combo. I'm not a Mac man.
Have you tried different BM capture codecs?