I am getting this message capturing DVCAM or MiniDV tapes from a DDR-11. I have about 30 tapes to capture and these are mostly 124 or 184 minute tapes so having the capture stop in middle is a problem.
The error message: The record has stopped because the audio format has changed in the media being captured
This appears to happen where there are changes in the scene or perhaps the camera angle, so it is possible that there is something different about the audio format. These are tapes that have been edited by other people.
Is there any way to tell Premiere PRO CS3 3.1.1 to not stop on audio format changes? I can of course capture it segment by segment, every time it stops, but I wonder if I will have other problems with a mix of audio formats when I later go to edit and output to Encore the materials I am capturing.
The computer is an Acer P4 2.93 GHZ 1 GB RAM, WD 1 TB SATA2, WD750GB SATA2, XP-PRO SP2 with current updates.
I don't believe Premiere will capture through audio format changes. There are two that I can think of, stereo to mono, and 16 bit to 12 bit. Either of these will halt Premiere's capture - and rightly so. The files on disk will have significantly different properties.