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JVC is rubbish. Return them ASAP. For decks you can look at the Sony DSR decks, starting with the DSR-11 or the Panasonic NV-DV2000 (mini DV only).
Does premiere cs3 supports these no matter what the operating system?
If so I may well invest..
Also is there a method simliar for device control when capturing from dvd? or any combined dv/dvd systems at all...this would be V useful. OR
Should I stick to the avc converter and use the software plug in like Pipeline ProVTR for this? Does that work for DVD players etc
Any advice would be appreciated
> Does premiere cs3 supports these no matter what the operating system?
No, but that is because PP does not work under Linux, Windows 3.1, DOS 5.0, and other non-supported OS. Has nothing to do with the deck.
Capture DVD's using the deck and it's pass thru capabilities or just copy the VOB's to HD and rename to MPG.
OK thanks that is really helpful.. :)
Is the Pipeline ProVTR needed at all then?
So If I buy those decks you suggested they will work ok with my vista and xp and if I get the software above they all work in combo?
Is it just firewire lead needed?
Sorry if you've amswered this I'm triple checking as sorting this today!
Have just found out the decks suggested have been discontinued and this has been suggested as a replacement - Sony HVR-M15 HDV VTR -does this seem ok?
A very good one, but make sure you set it up right. Consult the manual carefully.