I wish you luck. This is software from the previous century and for people to remember those intricacies is rather farfetched. Do you remember the most historical event in 568 AD? Typically logging a (beer)tap is a bartenders job.
Actually my 6.5 was from 2002 I believe.
Not much help there...but thanks for the effort.
I remember from the very old days that I only used Scenalyzer Live for capturing with 6.5 and using tape indices (I still do for SD material with CS4) and that at least for me was enough. Sorry I can't be of further assistance.
I am talking about using Device control within the program, controlling a DV deck.
Maybe I'll rephrase:
What feature, in CS4, records a log of a batch capture so I can later on go back and recapture the same footage....using logged in/out points.
I think there is still "Batch" files in CS4. Seem to recall noticing it there yesterday while exploring.
Have you checked the Import / Export Menus?
Yes, there is indeed a batch capture option, which I use.
However, how is a logged tape file kept...previously known as the .pbl?
In CS4 its .csv.
Thanks for that Ann
I cannot find a .csv file however after logging/capturing a tape.
I do see .mvrt files...but those are related to projects apparently
The batch i made was for a test run. I myself have never used batch. I capture the whole tape with scenedetection on and chuck away the scences i do not want in Windows explorer or the Bridge.
I see the scene detect option.....but how frame accurate could that be
if one needed to recapture a tape....mmmmm
I tend not to trust a machine to capture the portion of a tape I want to use. Typically, in the stuff I shoot, only 50% of the footage is used....so a waste to capture 100
Its better to capture a whole tape in one go then letting the camera play stop wind etc. Huge ware and tare.