It's possible HDV Split is not compatible with your operating system (whatever it is) and it's also possible that it's having a problem with your 64-bit video card driver.(Or even an outdated driver. It might be worth visiting the nVidia or ATI site to get the latest.)
But it's strange that your capture keeps aborting. Is the time and date set on your camcorder? If it's not, it's possible that the cam is not laying down proper timecode.
And it's also possible that your hardware isn't powerful enough to work with HDV.
It's just very hard to say.
What happens if you try to capture with Premiere Elements?
Steve thanks again friend. It all works just fine with Premier 7 capture and
all, just that it would be much easier with what I am doing to have a time
Steve: Thanks again. If its a non-compatible problem are you saying that
nVidia or ATI offer free , secure downloads of other better HDV split
What I'm saying is that this is a very new operating system. And, although Microsoft made sure the third-party providers posted up-to-date drivers (something they didn't do with Vista, which accounted for a lot of its problems), 64-bit drivers may not be compatible with all 32-bit programs. So it's possible ATI or nVidia may eventually release 64-bit video drivers that are compatible with HDV Split -- they also may not. So it may be necessary to use other apps for your HDV capture.
Steve: Thanks again. Do you know of other apps for my HDV capture that would
work with 64 bit Vista? That would break the video stream by time code? I
have no idea even where to look?
Unfortunately, no. Not at this time. Sorry.