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Impossible. You need a firewire connection and a conversion to DV prior to capture or another NLE.
Premiere Pro does not natively capture from TV or graphics cards.
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Supposedly this card should be able to capture and convert through the
Svideo input. Amd does not feel it important to offer any meaningful
help or manual download on their support site. Perhaps you have a disk
with drivers and software and crap to go with the card.
Thanks for your speedy responses. I appreciate the feedback. I am recommending that we invest in a Pinnacle capture card.
I tried to find out if there are driver issues, but to no avail. The lit that came with the card isn't very informative.
>I am recommending that we invest in a Pinnacle capture card.
Not sure that will help with Premiere. Something more like the ADVC110 from Canopus is more what you'll need. (Think Firewire input. Whatever you get has to connect to the computer via Firewire for Premiere to be able to see it.)
Jim's suggestion is a good one. The Canopus gets high marks.
With your ATI, you should have gotten capture software. That would be used, in lieu of PP. When you do capture (through other software), you want to save as DV-AVI Type II.
Eddie's links probably have some 3rd party capture software recommendations in there. If so, these would probably be the best route for now. See if IT will spring for the Canopus though. It will be a better purchase.
I would shy away from any Pinnacle hardware. Even when used with their software, there seem to be problems. Drop by the Pinnacle forums, and see for yourself. Some get it to work, but many others do not. Why? No one seems to know.