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You can not use that device with Premiere Elements, Frantz.
Digitizers like the Vidbox are pretty much designed to be used exclusively with the software they come bundled with.
If you need to captured analog or VHS video to edit in Premiere Elements, you should use a DV bridge, like the ADS Pyro AV Link, per this article from the FAQs at the top of this forum.
What do you think of the Canopus ADVC55 over the Canopus ADVC100? Because the ADVC55 is less expensive. Does the Canopus ADVC55 has the same performance than the Canopus ADVC100?
What do you think of saving VHS video files using VHS to DVD 3.0 Deluxe software as an AVI file and import this file into Adobe Premiere Elements? Am I going to lose some quality?
Another question: I've just read that Adobe Premiere Elements 3 isn't compatible with Vista. I've updated it to version 3.02. What do you think?
I think I want to stick with 3.02 version than the new 7 version, because I love the fact that I have everything under my view when I open the software for editing. I've read that the new 7 version has a sort of "hood" that covers every details of the timeline. Is it true? If so, it's sad from Adobe. I've read somewhere that the new version is a "dumb" software.
You'll get excellent quality with either Canopus unit. Much better than you'll get using the DVD Deluxe software to convert.
And version 3.02 should be compatible with Vista 32-bit, Frank.