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Are you asking how to capture analog video or audio or both?
What a/v source machine is connected to CS3 and how is it connected?
"Matt with Grass Valley Canopus in their tech support department
stated that the 110 will suffice for most hobbyist. If a person
has a lot of tapes that were played often the tape stretches and
the magnetic coding diminishes. If your goal is to encode tapes
in good shape buy the 110, if you will be encoding old tapes of
poor quality buy the 300"
I think I've read that Scenalyzer will capture the second stereo pair from a DV tape (through Firewire).
That is correct Jim. There is no need to go the analogue route.
The Matrox Xtrem Pro has analog ports, which will not allow injesting with CS 3, they work with 1.5 This was a combined package with Premier Pro, and the Xtrem Pro 100 card. I dont see why I must get further hardware, when it worked with your earlier version of the edit software.
So with Hi 8 / SVHS material I have to injest using Premier Pro 1.5, which fortuantely I have, as I got the CS3 as an upgrade.
I have now picked up the increasing rare JVC Mini-DV/ SVHS combo which has firewire. So its possible injest anlooge material using that.
But why no CS3 drivers for the Xtrem Pro 100 card???
The reason that Adobe does not have CS3 driver for the Xtreme Pro RT.x100 is because Matrox is responsible for writing those, not Adobe. You should ask Matrox Support about drivers for your RT.X100.